There are a few places at the Disney Parks that are highly coveted. Whether you are visiting your favorite attraction or entering an iconic area such as Cinderella’s Royal Table at Cinderella Castle, Disney is full of special areas that allow Guests to feel a little more magical.
For many Disney fans, being around anything that Walt Disney created himself is always an honor. At Disneyland, Guests often feel closest to Walt, as that was the only Disney Park he could see from start to finish — even if Walt has said that Disneyland would never be complete! Walt had areas in the Park that he would use for his own use, such as his apartment on top of the firehouse, which still has his lamp lit to this day, as well as the Disneyland Dream Suite (AKA The Royal Suite, now 21 Royal), which was intended to be built so that Walt’s family had somewhere to stay when they were at the Park. Roy put a stop to those plans after Walt’s passing, but a suite was configured in the end after all!
Another massively popular and highly coveted area in Disneyland (and any Disney Park) is Club 33. Walt created Club 33 for his personal business dealings. Now, Guests pay a very high price to step into the space. Members must pay $33,000 to join as well as the annual fee of $15,000.
Now, there is a way you can enter Club 33, and Disney will pay you! Disney is currently hiring Cast Members for Club 33. If hired, you would have the opportunity to work at Club 33 and enter the area without paying the large fee that members must pay. Below are the two job offerings currently listed on the Disney Careers website. The jobs are for the original Club 33 location in New Orleans Square in Disneyland Park, California.
Club 33 Fine Dining Food & Beverage Busser/Steward – Part-Time
- Job Summary:
Fine Dining Food & Beverage Busser/Stewards are responsible for creating an exceptional dining experience by greeting Guests and anticipating their needs throughout their entire dining experience. They are responsible for welcoming and interacting with Guests in a positive and friendly manner while working in a fast-paced environment.The starting pay for a Fine Dining Food & Beverage Busser/Steward is $15.45/ Hour.
- Club 33 Fine Dining Table Service Food Service Worker – Part-Time
- Job Summary:
At the Disneyland® Resort, dream jobs do exist. After all, a company built on imagination and wonder means the work will definitely be interesting. Table Service Food Service Workers provide food and beverage services to Guests throughout our Theme Parks and Resort Hotels in a fast-paced environment, interacting with Guests every day by sharing information, answering questions, and providing great Guest Service. Table Service Food Service Workers perform various duties, including Greets, checks in Guest, maintain cleanliness of the podium and lobby.The starting pay for a Table Service Food Service Worker is $15.45/ Hour
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Have you ever been to Club 33 at any Disney Park? Let us know if you would want to work there in the comments below!