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Amusement and Recreation Attendants

at Palace Playland Associates LLC in Old Orchard Beach, Maine, United States

Job Description

4 Temporary, Amusement and Recreation Attendants needed from 4/01/2022-10/31//2022.

Palace Playland Assoc. LLC, Old Orchard Beach, ME 04064

Job duties: Operate, maintain, erect, repair and troubleshoot rides and attractions both mechanically and electrically to ensure their safe and efficient operation. Perform visual and auditory inspections of rides and attractions. Maintain proper records for all inspections, maintenance and repairs performed. Keep a ride parts inventory. Work in conjunction with other staff. Clean rides and facilities. Inspect rides and attractions daily. On the job training available.

Requirements:  3 months amusement and recreation attendant experience, Ability to lift 50 lbs. Lift and lower 25 lbs. above shoulder level. Stand, stoop, crouch, twist, push, and lift for brief and/or extended periods of time. Work in a variety of weather conditions including exposure to direct sunlight. Work in heights at up to 80 ft. Employment reference. Candidates must possess the ability to read, write, and communicate in English.

Work hours: 40+ hours per week, April thru May:  M-F Occasional Saturdays 7a-3:30p 30 min lunch break.

June-thru October: Shifts Vary7.-3:30p or 3:30p-Closing (Closing times vary) Workdays/hours vary depending on need.

Pay Rate:  $13.55/hr, $20.33/hr OT.

Pay Frequency:  Weekly

Location: Work in York County.

Optional transportation to worksite is not provided.

Housing: Employer will provide optional housing for a deduction of $100 per week.

Benefits: N/A

To apply call 207-934-2001 x115, or apply at the nearest Workforce Center, 207-822-3300 or 877-594-5627

             

Single workweek used as standard for computing wages due.

At a minimum, both domestic and foreign workers will earn the prevailing hourly wage; however, the employer may choose to pay experienced workers, regardless of origin, more than the required minimum wage rate.  Raises and/or bonuses may be offered to any worker, at the employer’s sole discretion, based on work performance, skill, or tenure.

Workdays may begin/end earlier or later on any given day depending on season demands or weather conditions. Workers may be requested to work additional hours, weekends, holidays, and the Sabbath depending on need. 

Employer will make all deductions required by law.  Other deductions may be taken at employee's written request, i.e., internet, cable, cash advances, medical expenses, etc.

If the worker lives outside of normal commuting distance, employer will reimburse the transportation/subsistence from the place from which the worker has come to work for the employer to the worksite once the worker completes 50% of the work contract.

Return transportation/subsistence from the place of employment to the place from which the worker departed to work for the employer, disregarding intervening employment, will be paid once the worker completes the entire contract period or if dismissed early. 

The transportation reimbursement will be the most economic, reasonable common carrier cost.  Subsistence will be $13.17/day, max of $55 (receipts required).

Employer will reimburse H2B workers in the first workweek all visa, visa processing, border crossing, and other related fees, including those mandated by the government. 

Tools, supplies, and equipment required to perform the job duties provided at no charge.

Employer may charge the worker for reasonable costs related to the worker’s refusal or negligent failure to return any property furnished by the employer or due to such worker’s willful damage or destruction of such property. 

Employer will offer the worker employment for a total number of work hours equal to at least three fourths of the workdays of each 12-week period, if the period of employment covered by the job order is 120 or more days, or each 6-week period, if the period of employment covered by the job order is less than 120 days.

At the sole discretion of the employer, workers may be required to submit to a post hire drug test, paid by the employer. Positive results or refusal to take the test may result in immediate termination.

Any worker found to have a criminal conviction, DWI, commits serious acts of misconduct, refuses to follow instructions, violates work rules, fails to perform job duties in a competent manner, or other lawful job-related reasons will be subject to termination.

Workers who have a clean driving record and insurable driver's license may be required to drive company vehicles.  

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Job Posting: 643815

Posted On: Nov 22, 2021

Updated On: Dec 01, 2021