Theme Park Jobs: So Many Different Kinds of Work at Amusement Parks

Theme park jobs! What a great opportunity for RVers and campers, with amusement parks across the USA hiring seasonal workers to do everything from crafting to cooking to costume making. Take a look at this long list of the various kinds of work RVers can do at theme parks.



Types of Work at Theme Parks

Theme parks hire working campers and RVers to do all sorts of jobs. Many of the positions are seasonal or very short term. Amusement park employment requirements range from enthusiasm to professional degrees.

Here’s a list of over 100 kinds of work available to RVers at theme parks:

  • Blacksmith
  • Boiler maker
  • Animal care
  • Appliance repair
  • Clean-up crew
  • Comedian

  • Theater worker
  • First aid responder
  • Float builders
  • Candle maker
  • Leather worker
  • Light show technician

  • Costumed character
  • Crafts demonstrator
  • Candy maker
  • Security guard
  • Tin smith
  • Usher

  • Valet
  • Vehicle maintenance
  • Veterinarian technician  
  • Tram driver
  • Stage hand
  • Railroad engineers

  • Security personnel
  • Railroad track maintenance
  • Shuttle driver
  • Soda jerk
  • Refrigeration personnel
  • Ticket sales

  • Relief manager
  • Restaurant worker
  • Retail clerk
  • Ride attendant
  • Photographer
  • Pirate ship captain

  • Plumber
  • Pottery maker
  • Accountant
  • Activity director
  • Actor
  • Artist

  • Assistant manager
  • Attendant
  • Barista
  • Bread baker
  • Broom maker
  • Bus driver

  • Metal caster
  • Mill operator
  • Ride operator
  • Road maintenance
  • Character actor
  • Campground workers

  • Carpenter
  • Off-season caretaker
  • Package pick-up person
  • Set builder
  • Tour guide
  • Traffic control

  • Cook
  • Costume character
  • Bartender
  • Float riders
  • Food safety worker
  • Game operator
  • Gate attendant

  • Gift shop workers
  • Glass blower
  • Greeter
  • Grounds upkeep
  • Guest assistance
  • Baker

  • Jewelry smith
  • Juggler
  • Lawyer
  • Mime
  • Motel front desk workers
  • Museum worker
  • Musician

  • Naturalist
  • Office staff
  • Ordering personnel
  • Parade announcer
  • Costume sewer
  • Craftsman

  • Dish washers
  • Electrician
  • Parade marshal
  • Payroll guest services
  • Guide
  • Housekeeping

  • Supervisors incident investigators
  • Interpreter
  • Janitors
  • Photo sales
  • Prep cook
  • Put up Christmas lights

  • Safety personnel
  • Sanitary engineers
  • Seamstress
  • Float designers
  • Security worker
  • Set designer

  • Book keeper
  • Float operator
  • Set-up crew
  • Sidewalk maintenance
  • Sign maker
  • Statistician

  • Stroller rental booth worker
  • Supervisors in all fields
  • Table bussers
  • Tax people
  • Artisan
  • Ticket taker

  • Train engineer
  • Waiter/waitress
  • Warehousemen
  • Put up holiday displays
  • Rail road track maintenance worker
  • Sidewalk maintenance

  • Safety inspector
  • Welder
  • Costume designer
  • Maintenance
  • Makeup artist
  • Entertainer

  • Environmental engineers
  • First aid personnel
  • Bentwood craftsman
  • Float driver
  • Woodworker
  • Petting zoo attendant
  • Retail sales

Read more about RVers workers in the tourist industry.