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Blackpool Pleasure Beach recruiting for more than 100 seasonal jobs

Blackpool Pleasure Beach is gearing up for a new season with a recruitment drive to fill 100 vacancies.

There are hundreds of full and part time roles available to suit a range of skill sets and lifestyles, across multiple departments.

Successful applicants could find themselves learning how to safely operate some of the UK’s most thrilling rides, working behind the scenes at the resort’s shows, greeting guests or serving in the many retail or catering units.

Recruitment days

Applicants are invited to attend one of two recruitment days, which are taking place on Saturday, January 20 between 10am and 4pm, and Tuesday, January 23, between 4pm and 8pm.

Roles will be filled ahead of Blackpool Pleasure Beach’s season launch on March 2.

While the jobs are seasonal, there will be the chance to land permanent work and progress within the company.

Sara Boswell, head of HR at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, said: “We pride ourselves on being a unique and fun brand to work for with a wide range of roles available.

“Blackpool Pleasure Beach is perfect for anyone looking for employment during the 2024 season, with lots of opportunities for people to develop their skills and progress their careers in an exciting setting where no two days are the same.”

The recruitment days will be held at WG Beans, 66 Balmoral Road, FY4 1HR. There is no need to register, but applicants are required to supply a passport or birth certificate on the day, as well as their National Insurance number.

Perks of the job

Perks of working for Blackpool Pleasure Beach include a season pass, free tickets for friends and family, plus discounts across Blackpool Pleasure Beach and other local businesses. Blackpool Pleasure Beach employees also receive free entry to five other theme parks across Europe, including Europa Park in Germany and Port Aventura in Spain.

Flexible shift patterns and both full and part-time positions are available.



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