Jobs at SeaWorld

SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment operates three parks located in Orlando and Tampa Bay, FL; Williamsburg, VA; Langhorne, PA; San Diego, CA; and San Antonio, TX. SeaWorld Orlando is billed as the most popular marine-life park in the world.

Visitors to the site can enjoy seeing a variety of aquatic creatures as well as learn more about the animals that live in the water.

SeaWorld San Diego is located along that city’s Mission Bay. Its 150 acres is home to more than 12,000 marine animals. The park also includes several species native to the Far North. Visitors to SeaWorld San Antonio can check out the largest marine-life park on the planet. Located on 250 acres, it also features a number of rides, including state-of-the-art roller coasters.

SeaWorld hires workers on a part-time and seasonal basis for its locations. Students and seniors are welcome to apply for available positions. Here are some examples of the kinds of jobs available at SeaWorld:

  1. Carpenter
  2. Lifeguard
  3. Line Cook
  4. Maintenance Mechanic
  5. Photographer
  6. Plumber
  7. Security Guard
  8. Waiter/Waitress

Full-time positions include aquarist jobs, administrative positions, animal care professionals, and more.

Benefits for Seasonal Workers

The company offers the following benefits to its employees:

  1. Employee discounts
  2. Family passes
  3. Free admission to the park
  4. Uniforms paid for by the company (if applicable)

How to Apply for a Job at SeaWorld

Applicants must be 15 years of age or older to apply for positions at SeaWorld parks. For some locations, candidates must be at least 18 to be considered.
Available job opportunities are posted in the JobMonkey Job Center. You can search for job opportunities by location and job type. Get going – you’re only a click away:

If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted by a recruiter from the company’s Human Resources department. For some positions, the candidate is invited to attend a panel interview.

Work Environment

The company is committed to operating a drug-free work place. Candidates for positions at the company’s parks must submit samples of their hair and urine for drug testing purposes as part of the application process. Read more about working for SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment (formerly Busch Entertainment):


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