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Disney Parks, Experiences and Products are amusement resorts owned by The Walt Disney Company. It is the biggest company’s segment in terms of people, employing more than 130,000 associates. Founded in 1971, Disney Parks quickly became an iconic place for children and their families around the globe. Their services include theme parks, hotels, cruises, guided tours, and travel packages, but also include various consumer goods. If you want to become a part of the Disney Parks team, apply for an open position and start your Disney Parks career.


Disney Parks offers excellent benefits to its employees including:

  • Health. Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Health Savings Account
  • Disability Insurance
  • AD&D Insurance
  • 401(k) Plan
  • Pension Plan
  • Retirement Plan
  • Stock Options
  • Performance Bonus
  • Vacation & Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Sick Days
  • Family Medical Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Maternity & Paternity Leave
  • Military Leave
  • Employee Discount
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Job Training

We currently have 56 open positions across locations spread over 50 states.


Orlando, Florida, U.S.




$1B to $5B


Restaurants, Travel, Leisure



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Frequently asked questions about Disney Parks

Do Disney employees get free tickets?

Yes, Disney Park employees are eligible for free tickets. They also get extra tickets for friends and family.

How much do Disney Park employees make?

Salaries at Disney Park vary depending on the job. For example, the average hourly pay for an Attractions Host is $10, $18 for an Undergraduate Associate, while an Entertainment Technician makes an average of $16 an hour.

How much does a Disney cast member make?

The average hourly pay for an Attractions Cast Member at Disney Parks is $10.

How long does the Disney hiring process take?

Most employees report it took about 2 weeks from start to finish.

Does Disney do drug tests?

Yes, there is a pre-employment drug test for some roles. Furthermore, the company also conducts random drug and alcohol testing.

Does Disney Park pay weekly?

Yes, Disney park employees are paid on a weekly basis.

How do you get a job at a Disney Park?

To apply for a job at Disney Park, check out a job of interest. Once you’ve found one, press the “Apply Now” button next to open positions or click the “See more jobs” button to see similar positions near you. You can search by location, market type, work type, or keyword. After that, just follow further instructions.

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Disney Parks awards and recognitions

Some of the company awards and recognitions include: 



  • Best Employers for Diversity, Forbes Magazine


  • America’s Best Employers, Forbes Magazine


  • Employees’ Choice – 50 Best Places to WorkGlassdoor

Disney Parks cares

Family time is the cornerstone of the Disney Parks experience. Within Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, our Corporate Citizenship efforts focus on enriching children and families through shared experiences that nurture, inspire, and empower them to create a brighter world.

Disney Parks reviews



Rating - Job Title



Walt disney custodian

Resort orlando - March 4, 2020


Happy to work for Walt disney for 28years talk to guest make happy give ride pargo when the lost keep communication keep the area clean give some extra towel in the pool


Overnight Custodian

Anaheim, CA - March 4, 2020

You get to work in Disneyland.

It's not a bad place to work at. I recommend it. If you are not a fan of Disney, you are going to hate every moment there. You get to see the inner workings of the park and be part of the magic.



Orlando, FL - March 4, 2020

A great place to work as a server!

Working at Disney's Primetime Café can be a fun yet challenge on every shift. Serving over 1,000 guests at lunch and ensuring they enjoy the experience of dining in the 50's plus the theming is what makes this job fun!


Receiving Clerk

Anaheim, CA - March 4, 2020

loved my job great place to work but didn't pay enough

i enjoyed making the guests happy and fulfilling there magical special day!



Orlando, FL - March 3, 2020

Overall great experience

The job was great it came with great perks, such as taking classes from some of the best. Classes about the Disney culture and ho the company functions so well. Being able to communicate and move around in the company.



Orlando, FL - March 3, 2020

Great company

The company cared for their employees and animals. Having great benefits and 401k. Disney will help with advancement in the conpany and help with college tuition.


Guest Service Host

Anaheim, CA - March 3, 2020

Disneyland is a productive and fun workplace.

Responsibilities of a Guest Host include answering Guest questions, providing information and directions, handling Guest situations, cash handling, problem solving and proactively seeking out Guest contact. The cast members are a great asset to the company and the overall Guest experience. There are chances for advancement within the company.



Orlando, FL - March 3, 2020

Professional and Organized

Disney is a great company to work for. I have all positive things to say about the Company. I have worked in different departments during my six year career with the company and they have all been good experiences.



Orlando, FL - March 3, 2020

I love working here

The company is a hard one to get into, but once you’re in, the work is challenging and rewarding I’ve met a ton of incredible people, guests and coworkers, and it’s been a fulfilling job for me


Security host

Orlando, FL - March 1, 2020

Its truly a dream job come true

Being a Disney fan it was truly the best job I ever had. everyone I worked with was always there to help and I love always making someone stay at the park a lot more enjoyable and would always try to make that my goal on the job every day


Entertainment Costuming

Anaheim, CA - March 1, 2020

Nice place to work

I enjoy working at Disney, especially in my department. The friends I've made there are like a family to me now.


CEO and Founder

Volcano, CA - March 1, 2020


I get paid a lot the give good benefits and i can trust them the hir often and when you first start the give tips and show you how things work for a month still then if you need help they will still



Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World, FL - February 28, 2020

Disney Summosy

It was a fantastic company to work for. Great management, great environment and great training. As a character attendant I thoroughly enjoyed my job and felt comfortable and happy in my position, working for a wonderful company



Orlando, FL - February 26, 2020

Great company

Biggest issue was the lack of respect.



Orlando, FL - February 26, 2020

Working at Disney

Working at Disney can be challenging at times with the high volume of guests in the park and dealing with the heat in the summer months. I loved working as a photographer, and seeing so many smiling faces. I enjoyed most of my co-workers and management. Getting to capture the smiles on people's faces while meeting their favorite Disney characters made everything worth it.



Anaheim, CA - February 24, 2020


Everyday was a joy. Always busy but coworkers were a blast to be with. Its interesting having to dress in a specific style and the clothes are easily accessible and can be taken home.


Ride Operator

Anaheim, CA - February 23, 2020

Best job ever

I worked for Disney for 3 years and was the best job I ever had. Everyday was a new adventure. I learned so much from my time there. I wish I hadn’t moved away and had to quit. Would definitely go back for employment if I ever move back to CA.


Walt disney custodian

Resort orlando - March 4, 2020


Happy to work for Walt disney for 28years talk to guest make happy give ride pargo when the lost keep communication keep the area clean give some extra towel in the pool


Tomorrowland Hostess

Anaheim, CA - February 18, 2020

It's fun

Itcwas a good experience, however the pay wasn't a living wage and you start working late night shifts. It takes 3 years to get full time. I had issues with management. They didn't take concerns I had seriously.


Cashier/ Stocker /Steward

Anaheim, CA - February 17, 2020

Productive and fun workplace with a colorful cast of people

It was all around fun even on the busy days. The managers are really thoughtful and actually want you to succeed outside of the company. they are very flexible with everyone's schedule


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