Gulliver’s Valley, the theme park in South Yorkshire, is looking to the future as it begins the search for its next generation of leaders.
The region’s newest attraction has made a very promising start with thousands of visitors since it opened last June, but there have been challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic and the important safety restrictions that have been in place. So now, with the Government road map on the horizon and hopes rising for a brighter summer, the family-owned business is starting the hunt for individuals who may be interested in a future management role at Gulliver’s when vacancies arise in the coming months.
Dean Kimberley, director of guests services at Gulliver’s Theme Park Resorts, said: “We have been really pleased with the reaction we have had to the new theme park and it was great to welcome so many visitors since we opened our doors. However, due to covid, there have been some elements that we have not been able to introduce as we originally intended such as birthday parties, school workshops and group visits and coupled with reduced capacity and restricted indoor experiences this meant staffing requirements were affected.
“But looking ahead, we are more optimistic and as a business we need to prepare for any upcoming changes. As such we are now looking to hear from anyone, in any stage of their career, who wants to express an interest in the potential management positions that we will have available as restrictions ease.
“We do not have specific vacancies available just yet, but we want to be in a position to move quickly when the Government confirms the go ahead for each stage of the road map.
“Working at Gulliver’s is a very unique experience providing family fun for children and families across the UK. As a family company our staff are really important to us and we always welcome interest from high energy, ambitious individuals who are looking for an exciting career journey.”
To express your interest, please send your cover letter and CV to email@example.com.
Aimed at children between the ages of two and 13-years-old, the Gulliver’s Valley houses more than 30 rides and attractions, including an Apache Falls ride, full-size diggers, the Ghostly Galleon pirate ship and a Lost Jurassic World area. Accommodation options are also available, including Unicorn and Princess Suites alongside Western Cabins and Lost World Lodges, with sleepover adventures on offer.
For further information, visit: www.gulliversvalleyresort.co.uk