Universal’s yearly Halloween event, Halloween Horror Nights, will create 2,000 jobs for Central Florida!
Universal Orlando Resort will pay a starting rate of $15 an hour for every position at the theme park, including Halloween Horror Nights. Here are the positions Universal is looking to fill and how you can apply.
Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights is the largest ticketed event at the Resort. The event takes place over two months and opens up many temporary jobs for Central Florida. According to a report by WFTV, Universal has 300 positions for house attendants and 1,000 for food and beverage.
Universal announced earlier this year that they will begin paying a starting rate of $15 an hour for all theme park employees, and Halloween Horror Nights is no exception. All of these positions start at $15 an hour, making Halloween Horror Nights a fantastic part-time job for the fall!
You might be asking what responsibilities a house attendant is required to perform? Here is how Universal describes the house attendant role, you can apply for this role here:
Provide support to Halloween Horror Nights Haunted Houses and Shows by building and breaking down queue equipment, providing crowd control, and maintaining the flow of the Haunted House or Show by monitoring the queue and venue to proactively ensure compliance with safety standards & restrictions.
Universal has many open positions for food and beverage, including bussers, bartenders, and coordinators, and more. You can apply for any of these positions here. The themed food and beverage is a big part of Halloween Horror Nights for the Guests visiting the event and you have a chance to be a part of that! Did someone say pizza fries?
Universal has already made some big announcements for the event this year which will celebrate the 30th anniversary of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando Resort. Everyone’s favorite clown, Jack, is back! Plus haunted houses themed to Beetlejuice, Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House, The Bride of Frankenstein, and more!
Universal will also be hosting Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood this year as well, bringing frightful fun back to Hollywood after the 2020 pandemic closure canceled the event last year.
Universal Orlando Resort did not hold Halloween Horror Nights last year, but they did have a few haunted houses open at Universal Studios Florida for Guests to enjoy during the day for the Halloween season.
Will you be working Halloween Horror Nights this year? Let us know in the comments!