Attention! Universal Orlando will hire 2.500 workers

Hourly pay for Universal Orlando team members starts at $15 and can be more depending on the position. While when it comes to career opportunities they offer competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits packages. They are looking for 2.500 workers for different positions at the resort.
Universal Orlando is seeking 2.500 new team members, the company announced Tuesday.

Positions available are full-time, part-time, seasonal, and professional throughout the resort. This means that they can be at attractions, restaurants, aquatic areas, as concierges, in parking lots, security, paramedics, entry operations, call center, among others.
As for the professional positions available, careers can be found in the areas of entertainment, technical services, IT, finance, marketing and sales, and human resources.
Hourly pay for Universal Orlando team members starts at $15 and can be higher based on responsibility. Workers get perks like free park admission, discounts, complimentary guest passes and more.
As far as professional opportunities are concerned, they offer competitive salaries and comprehensive benefit packages, according to Universal.
Those interested should apply online. They will then be contacted for an interview.

Starting this month, workers at Universal Orlando theme parks will need to be fully vaccinated or take weekly tests for COVID-19 to meet federal guidelines, company representatives said Wednesday. Most workers are already vaccinated. The new policy does not affect visitors.
Under federal regulations that took effect Monday, businesses with 100 or more employees must require workers to get vaccinated or unvaccinated employees to undergo weekly COVID tests. The regulations are being challenged in the US Supreme Court.
Workers at Universal's theme parks must be fully vaccinated by Feb. 9 or get tested every week, Universal officials said in a statement. They indicated that the company will initially provide free trials on the site.
"The health and safety of our visitors and team members has been our continued focus during the pandemic," the statement said. "We will also be monitoring legal action involving these regulations by a variety of state and private interests and will adapt accordingly if there are changes."

Miami Daily
Author: Patricia Chung 7:57 pm

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