I'm applying at a Cinemark theater (probably others soon) and really have no idea what to write in the "Position Applied For" blank. The only theater job I know the official title of is usher, but I know there are far more jobs than that...I just call them ticket taker, refreshments, projection room, etc...
What are all of (or as many as you know) the job positions in a movie theater and what do these jobs entail?
(Other than babysitting and dog walking) I'm 16 and I really want to get a job but one where I don't have to be a cashier. I'm good with people and animals. I was thinking of working at a movie theater as part of the clean up crew or ticket taker, will they make me be a cashier? Any suggestions??? Thanks:)
Does anyone in Michigan know how or were to apply for a job at Metro Detroit Airport. It's the one off of I-94.
I'm really hoping someone can give me some direction, I would really like to apply as a ticket taker, or something.
Thanks for the future help:)
My friend and I really want to see Black Swan, but its rated R and we cant get the tickets. So, if my mom buys us the tickets, will they stop you from going into the movie at the booth where the man rips your ticket?
What are some jobs associated with independent concert venues and within entertainment companies that put on events like Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza?
Please share anything you know. Duties of different positions, schooling or degrees required, anything like that. I'm a business student and I'd like to research more into the entertainment industry.
Every job I've had, I've dealt with the public (cashier, telemarketing, sales). I've noticed that I'm slowly losing my patience working with customers, and I feel that I'm better off finding a career that does not involve the public. What kind of jobs should I be looking for? I honestly do not know of any jobs that does not have to deal with any customers. Any input is greatly appreciated!
As well as the people who take care of the animals. Is there any jobs were people educate others about the animals?
I need a job for my male character. I was thinking maybe a bartender or waiter at a flash restaurant.
It has to be a job that he can get easily, because he dropped out of school when he was 16 (because his gf got pregnant) and that makes an alright amount of money.
I want him to work there from the ages of 16-18.
Scratch the bartender lol, I just worked out that wouldn't work :p
In order to get hired? i'm talking about minimum-wage jobs, jobs that pay 8 to 10 bucks an hour, jobs in retail, fast-food, customer-service, such as stocking merchandise, being a stock clerk, gathering shopping-carts in the parking-lot, being an usher-ticket taker at a movie theater, bussing tables and washing dishes, cashier, places like McDonalds and Grocery stores, Walmart, Target, Home Depot, Movie Theaters, etc.
Overall, why are these types of jobs called entry-level when they expect or require past work experience in order to get hired?
because i've applied to these types of jobs before and i have gotten rejected, turned town too many times
what are some of the most common specific reasons a person would be struggling to get hired for even a dead-end, minimum-wage paying job? what are the common reasons for rejection?
My nephew is fifteen, and he desperately wants a job so he can get a cell phone. The only problem is he can't think of what to apply for. He has no wish to work in the food chain business and asked me to ask this question for him. I hope you can help us!
I want to go to college and I think it would be awesome to work with the Steelers, but not as like a ticket taker, merchandise worker etc.
Don't mention physical therapist- Don't wanna do that
I as thinking as like a writer or something-How about that?
Thanks for the answers so far
What kind of jobs could you get with these, and do they pay well?
It is lower than a major league job so i was wondering how much easier it would be and what it would be like.
I'm not applying for anywhere fancy but for some reason they're requiring a resume. It's just for a call representative at Convergys and I didn't take anything relevant to this job in highschool. Does anyone know any way to glorify it? Even with little white lies?
Okay, so twice this summer I met two different girls who were quite cute and were girls I wanted to ask for their numbers but me being the unknowing person I am about that sort of thing failed to. The first was a ticket taker at AMC who spoke with a British accent (she said it was fake) and the second was tonight at a Best Buy who was quite quirky and animated and seemed as nerdy as I am. How do I go about asking them or any similar girl for their number?
What is the general job title for someone who works at an amusment park?
Looks like I might be attending UW Seattle this coming Fall 07, I just a good tip where I can find a good spot to find a place to stay with or without roommate, a place to find jobs as part-time student, and a convenient spot to park and ride public transportation. Any good tips will greatly appreciated. Thanks.
A friend asked me, and I really do not know what to tell them, because that is how I started out.
I am applying for the position of ticket taker at your establishment.
Through my previous jobs I have obtained customer service skills. I am hardworking,honest,reliable and a fast learner.
I strive to maintain excellent work ethics in regards to standards for efficiency,reliability and attendance. I can also adapt to be able to handle the various situations that may occur or additional duties to be assigned.
Enclosed is my resume for your review. I welcome the opportunity for an interview to discuss a possible employment.
Thank you for your time and consideration
What was the average pay and would you recommend it as a part time job for a senior high school student.