Hiring in San Diego: SeaWorld

May 28, 2021 - Heather Dewis

During these rapidly changing times, we are still hearing from companies that are hiring – and San Diegans who are looking for new opportunities. We've compiled a growing list of the local tech, life sciences, and lifestyle companies that are still hiring – and we wanted to share a little more about the great opportunities opening up every day.

Meet SeaWorld:

While SeaWorld is one of the most popular marine parks in the world and is a global leader in marine animal care and welfare, education, conservation, research and rescue, San Diegans might not know all of the career opportunities it has to offer. SeaWorld will re-open the park to near capacity this summer and is hiring for variety of roles across multiple departments. Whether you’re a student, a professional, or just interested in breaking into San Diego’s exciting tourism and hospitality industry, SeaWorld and its affiliate parks have options (with great perks!).

Join SeaWorld if you: 

  • Love a fun place to work
  • Have a passion for animals
  • Seek a position at a purpose-driven park

You’re a professional looking for a full-time, hourly, or salaried position such as:

  • Entertainment Manager, Creative Show Operations
  • Assistant Supervisor, Environmental Health & Safety
  • Business Analyst
  • Product Activation Manager (merchandising)
  • Associate Animal Care Specialist
  • Associate Aviculturis
  • Ride Controls Technician
  • Water Quality Systems Technician

You’re a student or someone looking for a part-time, seasonal position such as:

  • Senior Animal Care Specialist
  • Animal Conservation Educator
  • Show Operator (audio, visual, lighting)
  • Merchandise Supervisor
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Associate Trainer
  • Assistant Supervisor, Guest Services
  • Guest Correspondence Ambassador 

Learn more & apply now

https://seaworld.com/san-diego/jobs

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