Cabin Nite Performer - ARAMARK (denali, AK)

Cabin Nite Performer Ref No.: Category: Food and Beverage Company/Department: McKinley Chalets Position Type: Seasonal:Full Time Start Date / End Date: 05/04/2013 / 09/19/2013 Our Parks and Destinations group specializes in serving consumers; recreational and entertainment needs in national and state parks, zoos, aquariums, science centers, museums and other day:use cultural attractions. Some of the national and state parks in which we operate include: Asilomar Conference Center, California Denali National Park, Alaska Glacier Bay, Alaska Lake Powell Resorts and Marina, Arizona Zephyr Cove Resort and Marinas, Nevada Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado Olympic Peninsula, Washington Shenandoah National Park, Virginia Togwotee Mountain Lodge, Wyoming Position Summary: Required to wait on tables and perform in two shows nightly. Must be able to sing and act in a musical revue; vocal/acting training and/or experience required. Must be able to speak in a loud atmosphere, sing during show and maintain enthusiasm while working with guests. Essential Functions: Sing and act in a Musical Revue Strong vocal ability Serve dinner while in character and perform after dinner twice nightly Maintain high enthusiasm for entire length of dinner and show Able to lift a minimum of 20 pounds Team oriented as well as working independently when needed Other duties as assigned Status and Scope: Reports to Assistant Cabin Nite Manager or Cabin Nite Operations Manager Qualifications: Minimum of two years of Acting/Vocal training and/or Professional Theatre experience. Equipment Used: Wireless microphone systems Travel Requirements: Little or No Travel (:10) Lifting Requirements: LIGHT : Lifting 20 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying objects up to 10 pounds Physical Requirements:BENDING FREQUENT KEYING/FINGERING NOT REQUIRED HEARING CONSTANT REACHING FREQUENT SEEING CONSTANT SPEAKING CONSTANT STANDING CONSTANT WALKING CONSTANT LIFTING FREQUENT ARAMARK is an Source:

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