Typhoon Texas water park in Pflugerville is now hiring approximately 600 part-time seasonal jobs in anticipation of its opening in late May.
Typhoon Texas in Pflugerville hiring 600 for seasonal jobs
Applications for administrative, cash control, food and beverage, front gate, in-park entertainment, maintenance, park services and water safety positions should be submitted at TyphoonTexas.com. The water park is located at 18500 North Texas 130 on the southbound service road.
“We are eager to establish our Typhoon Texas team here in the Austin market,” said Typhoon Texas General Manager Ty Weitzel. “We have a fun work culture that promotes teamwork, dependability, excellent customer service and a positive attitude. We are going to have a great first summer working together here at Typhoon Texas.”
Completed applications must be submitted online and will be reviewed by the park’s management team. Applicants must be at least 16 years old and will be contacted to schedule an interview at the park.
Season passes for 2017 are available for $69.99 until March 31 at TyphoonTexas.com. Website visitors can also sign up for special offers from the Typhoon Texas Double-T Club.
Single-day tickets are $29.99 on weekdays and $34.99 on weekends for guests 48 inches and taller. Single-day tickets for seniors (55 and older,) active and retired military and guests under 48 inches are $24.99 daily. Typhoon Texas also offers a daily twilight rate after 5 p.m. for $19.99. Children age 2 and younger are free. Admission includes parking and the unlimited use of mats and tubes.
Typhoon Texas Austin will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. with extended hours Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. The park also will be open for special themed nights and group gatherings for schools, churches and company outings.
Typhoon Texas has a new Facebook page for the Austin location at fb.com/typhoontexasaustin. Follow Typhoon Texas on Twitter and Instagram @TyphoonTexas.
— Typhoon Texas media release
Staff – Austin-Statesman, Austin Statesman, 2/23/17, statesman.com