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A group of scary-looking ghouls are standing in front of a roller coaster. The Fright Fest logo is next to them, along with the text "Now Hiring Ghouls."


Six Flags is now hiring performers for our annual Fright Fest event! We are also looking to fill positions in Food & Beverage, Security, Rides and more.

Pick your park below and apply now!

Rather not limit yourself to one park? Positions are available in our Corporate Office that open doors to all of our properties.

Work Where You Play
Don’t take a lame summer job. Work at Six Flags where the work environment is as fast-paced as our coasters. Time will fly by! Plus, you’ll work around plenty of great people so you can make lots of friends while making a lot of dough.
All Kinds of Jobs
Whether you’re looking for an entry-level position, side gig, internship or leadership opportunity, Six Flags has a job for you. All departments are hiring including food service, rides, lifeguards, security and maintenance to name a few.
Perks and Benefits
Six Flags is a workplace built for fun with great team member perks including flexible scheduling so you can work as little or as much as you want. Enjoy free park admission, health benefits, on-site training, employee events, and more.

Once you’re part of the team you’ll help make the thrills happen in an exciting work environment as fast-paced as our coasters. You’ll also take home the perfect souvenirs: valuable leadership skills, lifetime friendships, access to exclusive events, and a paycheck as big as those winning stuffed animals.

Six Flags wants all of our guests and employees to have a welcoming, inclusive experience in our parks. To facilitate this, we have updated our grooming policy to allow tattoos below the neck, nose rings, multiple ear piercings, and most modern hairstyles. We can’t wait to welcome you aboard.



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