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JOB DESCRIPTION: STORY LAND THEME PARK
LOCATION: GLEN, NEW HAMPSHIRE EMPLOYER INFORMATION
EMPLOYER STORY LAND THEME PARK, GLEN, NEW HAMPSHIRE
JOB TITLE/ JOB
All students should be interviewed by Story Land managers thru Skype prior to arrival to the USA
Park Operations: Safely and efficiently operate amusement rides while also proving excellent service. Within department you may also work ground maintenance, cleaning and completing tasks as necessary. Maintain the safe operation of rides. You may be a cashier, server, cook, table cleaners, dishwasher, prep work. You can expect to safely, efficiently, and accurately perform jobs while also proving excellent service
All positions (except cooks & dishwashers) have a lot of contact with the guests. Students must be friendly, hardworking, team player, flexible, positive attitude, motivated, honest, reliable. Previous hospitality service experience helpful. Being able to speak English well and communicate effectively with the guests is extremely important in all positions
Females for housing purposes ENGLISH LEVEL Upper Intermediate - Fluent
EMPLOYMENT POSITION INFORMATION
WORK DATES Earliest Work Start: Date: June 1st
Latest Work Start: Date: June 25th
Earliest Work End Date: September 10th
Latest Work End: Date: September 30th
HOURLY RATE PAY $8.50-per regular hour. No overtime (seasonal employer)
AVERAGE # OF HOURS 35-40+ average hours per week (After orientation, training & achievement of satisfactory performance). Should be prepared to work on weekends/holidays
PAYCHECK FREQUENCY Paychecks paid bi-weekly
MEAL DISCOUNT Some discount on park food while on duty
WORK The housing is minutes away from Story Land Theme Park
UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS Uniform provided depending on position Dress code is very conservative please see the information on page 3
GROOMING CODE Yes. Facial hair for men should be clean shaven and hair above collar length. Good personal hygiene is a must, including daily shower and bath and use of deodorant. No visible tattoos or facial piercing during work. Please see the information on page 3
EXPECTATION Much depends on the economic conditions in the U.S. during your
employment here. The hours (shifts) you work will vary day by day. If you find a part time job, please make sure that you prioritize your obligation to your primary employer. All the part time/second jobs must be vetted by Janus International prior to student to start working
Students are advised to bring $750 USD to use in spending for food, clothes and other basic necessities for the first month of stay in the United States. The money might also be used for hotel accommodation and transportation to job site (depending on the date of arrival)
HOUSING ADDRESS Motel at 850 NH Route 16, Glen, NH 03838
COST OF HOUSING Rent will be $65+ tax per week, per student
HOUSING COLLECTION All employees will have rent directly withdrawn from their paychecks biweekly
HOUSING DEPOSIT Yes. Students will pay an upfront housing deposit of $150.00 upon arrival
HOUSING DEPOSIT REFUND Yes. The deposit is refundable at the end of the season, if the student works through their commitment date (work end date) and keep all housing
Janus International Hospitality Student Exchange US State Department Designated J-1 Sponsor Agency
18067 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Ruther Glen, VA 22546
Phone: 804-589-1924 Fax: 1-804-876-3113
areas clean throughout their stay. Whatever deposit due back will be returned the day student departs
There will be periodic room inspections by our liaison to ensure rooms are
being maintained. A schedule will be made and prior notice will be given to students so they are fully aware of when our liaison will be coming to inspect their room
*Some of the housing amenities
may no longer be available upon
Students per room: 2-4 Common Area with kitchen: YES NO Basic Furniture: YES NO Public Laundry: YES NO Phone access: YES NO Shared Bathroom: YES NO Public Internet on the property: YES NO
SOCIAL SECURITY INFORMATION
SECURITY OFFICE 177 Main Street, Littleton, NH 03561
HOW AND WHEN TO APPLY
FOR SOCIAL SECURITY The Social Security Administration suggests that you wait 10 days after
arrival to apply. Employer is providing assistance with applying for the Social Security card
SOCIAL SECURITY WEBSITE www.ssa.gov PANY INFORMATION
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE Summer-Fall temperature: 50s to 80s F (10s 20s C) www.weather.com
WHAT TO WEAR Clothing for mild, rainy weather: comfortable shoes, pants, shorts, rain jacket
INFORMATION WEBSITE Job sites: www.janus-international.com, http://www.storylandnh.com
Visitor sites: http://www.visitwhitemountains.com NEAREST CITY Portland, ME - 70 miles
Manchester, NH 100 miles
Boston, MA - 150 miles NEAREST INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT Boston International Airport Pick up is provided from North Conway, NH bus stop only, please read the
arrival instruction below (page 4 of this file). AREA DETAILS
Students should be prepared to live in the very remote (but beautiful!) White Mountains area of NH
Story Land is offering local weekly trips in late June-August, and limited in September. We visit local attractions, local natural beauty spots, local entertainment, the ocean, shopping, etc.
Within the area there are couple local taxi services, but no local buses, trains, etc.
There is a WIFI in rooms recommended personal computers, company computers are limited
With the Story Land Theme Park you will experience great working environment, good work hours and meet a lot of people/new friendships. With your house liaison you will able to visit many places in the area. A lot of extras to working with us incentives, parties, after hour activities. Great area of the country beautiful mountains for hiking, rivers & lakes for swimming and fishing, biking, shopping, restaurants, movies, etc
Your job may not be available if you arrive late. When you obtain your travel
itinerary, please email it to Janus International at [email protected] and Tiffany Murray (e-mail on job offer). Please note that you are responsible for verifying your university schedule prior to your travel arrangements. You must obtain approval from Janus International and/or your employer of any changes in your Job Start or Job Ending dates prior to your arrival in the U.S. If your employer is unable to accept that change, they have the right to cancel your Job Agreement. After your arrival in the U.S., any unauthorized early departure from your program or from your employer, starting the unvetted job may result in loss of deposit, program cancellation and/or denial of a future visa application
All information is current as of today (November, 2016), some changes may apply
Appearance Expectations for Cast Members
Earrings: For females: Conservative earrings no larger than a quarter in size are allowed. No more than 3 earrings per ear.
Any other visible body piercings must be removed during working hours. For males: Earrings are not allowed. Any other
visible body piercings must be removed during working hours.
Rings: No more than 2 conservative rings per hand.
Necklaces/Bracelets: Only 1 necklace may be worn & only 1 bracelet per arm. A watch counts as a bracelet. Necklaces and
bracelets must not be visible over your clothes and they must be small & conservative.
Tattoos: Any tattoos must be concealed.
Hair: For Females: Hair must be one natural color, neat, out of your eyes, simply arranged, & well groomed. Please pull it
back if in the Food Department. For males: It must be one natural color & neat along with being cut above the eyebrows,
above the collar, and above the ears.
Fingernails & Polish: For Females: Moderate nail length, only 1 appropriate polish color, and the polish must be well
mainted. For males, nails length must be short and no nail polish is allowed.
Nametags: Worn horizontal, on your shirt - the opposiste side of the logo. Only wear your nametag.
Sunglasses: Conservative sunglasses are only allowed when working outside. They cannot be mirrored, neon, or fashion
Shoes & Socks: Low top sneakers, clean & predominately one conservative color. Socks must be white or the color of your
Undergarments: Only solid white undergarments are allowed to be worn underneath your uniform/costume.
Costume: belt ~ black or brown, pants/shorts ~ worn as designed; no sagging pants, not dragging on the ground. Shirts ~
not too big/not too small, and must be tucked in with the collar down.
TRAVELING TO STORY LAND
Traveling to Story Land
If flying into New York you will have to take a bus from NY to Boston and then a bus from Boston to New
Hampshire/Story Land. If traveling this route you will take one bus (bus line) from NY to Boston and then have to
change to a Concord Trailways from Boston to NH. Because of bus schedules you will likely have to stay overnight in
Boston, take 9:25 am departure bus in order to arrive at Story Land on the 1:35pm bus.
If flying into Logan Airport/Boston you can take a bus (Concord Trailways) directly to North Conway, New
Hampshire/Story Land. Depending on when you arrive in Boston you will likely have to stay overnight in Boston and
take the bus the next morning (9:25/10am) in order to have you arrive to us at 1:35pm. Pick up is available only
during the day at 1:35 PM arrival to North Conway, NH. Please arrive only on 1:35 PM North Conway, NH bus.
Please call Tiffany/Story Land before leaving Boston so that they know to pick you up that afternoon.
The Concord Trailwaways bus northbound route from Boston to North Conway:
We appreciate students arriving to us Monday Thursday.
**** It is very important that you take the morning Boston bus (9:25am/10am) and arrive to us at 1:35pm. There is
no one at Story Land to pick you up/help you to your housing at night so DO NOT come in on the evening bus. You
will have to take taxi/uber to get to your housing if you arrive any other time then Concord Trailway bus at 1:35 PM.
STORY LAND NEW HAMPSHIRE PHOTOS: