More Disney Employment Opportunities

Disney’s creative departments are one of the world’s best places for creative people to work. Creativity is one of the center points of what Disney is all about. Disney offers opportunities in every type of field you can imagine – from audio visual technicians to roller coaster designers to radio personalities. Disney is more than just theme parks; they are one of the most prominent creative businesses around. It’s a great place to work. Take a look at these life-changing job opportunities.

Disney Imagineering – Not only is imagineering a cool word, but it’s a cool job. Imagineers are the creative team who design the park. They design rides, attractions, shops, restaurants, shows, and every other aspect of the park. They are like theme park puppet masters. Their work is a huge reason for Disney’s success because they are responsible for making Disney what it is. They take on all the tasks of architects, designers, engineers, planners, producers, product managers, animators, writer, financial advisor, researchers, and developers – in whole it’s over 150 different disciplines. Awesome. In order to even be considered for these jobs, you’ll need either a related internship or prior experience on your resume and a killer creative portfolio. These are the people that make the impossible possible. That’s Disney.

Disney’s Creative Entertainment – This group of talent writes, designs, and produces all of the entertaining shows you will encounter at a Disney park. This includes parades, fireworks, stage shows, and special holiday events. But they also work Off-Disney to produce shows like The Lion King and The Little Mermaid on Broadway in both New York City and in London. They are responsible for Disney on Ice, shows on Disney cruise ships, Pixar, Touchstone Pictures, Miramax, and Radio Disney. Pretty much the only way to get into this, is to advance up the Disney job totem pole by showing hard work and specialized skills.

Internships – Disney likes to promote young people that work hard. If this sounds like you, it’s worth looking into internships with Disney. It’s a great way to build your resume, and possibly get your foot in the door for an exciting creative career.

Disney may have some of the coolest jobs ever available. And they’re yours for the taking if you want them. It’s hard to say how much you can make, but the sky’s the limit.

You may make little to nothing as a hard working intern or have a $100K job as an architect or engineer. Either way, Disney pays you well for your position. With a little hard work, dedication, and creative mind, you’ll be able to land your dream career in no time flat.


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