Water World puts out call for 2019 staff

District looking for 1,000, ages 14 and up

Staff Report
Posted 4/2/19

Hyland Hills Water World has kicked off its search for more than 1,000 lifeguards, attendants and other summer employees. Positions are available for the 2019 season for people 14-years-old and …

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Water World puts out call for 2019 staff

District looking for 1,000, ages 14 and up

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Hyland Hills Water World has kicked off its search for more than 1,000 lifeguards, attendants and other summer employees.

Positions are available for the 2019 season for people 14-years-old and older. Jobs include guest services, food services, gift and photo shop attendants, grounds and landscaping teams and lifeguards.

“The Water World job experience is the first job for many kids and we are dedicated to providing a meaningful work experience for everyone that makes the team,” said Water World spokesperson Joann Cortéz.

Water World lifeguards must be certified through Ellis and Associates. Classes are held on site for those who are not yet certified.

In addition to an hourly wage, benefits include a free season pass, and reward points redeemable for free food, free tickets for friends, free gear and more. Detailed information on available positions, rates of pay, age minimums and job applications are on the Water World website, www.waterworldcolorado.com.

Interviews began in March, with hiring usually completed in April.

Hyland Hills Water World is one of the nation’s largest family water parks and it boasts more than attractions covering 70 acres. The community-owned amusement park is now in its 38th season and it has hosted more than 12 million guests over the years. Water World has been named one of the best water parks in the world by the Travel Channel and the World Waterpark Association.

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