Top Reasons to Work at Metro Fun Center
Are you looking for a rewarding job that will allow you to work with kids, families and adults? Do you need flexible working hours due to other commitments, such as school or children? Do you want to be part of a company that rewards hard work and perseverance? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you may want to consider applying for a job at Metro Fun Center in Atlanta.
We are currently seeking people who are interested in the following positions.
Why Work for Us
Metro Fun Center is currently looking for smart, diligent individuals to join our team. Here are just a few reasons why you need to apply for a position today!
Do you need to work weekends because you have commitments during the work? Do you prefer daytime hours or nighttime hours? Do you need to work part-time? Apply now and we will work with you to develop the best, most flexible schedule to meet your needs.
Relaxed Working Environment
You won’t have to wear a suit when working at Metro Fun Center. Our customers are in relaxed attire, and so are our employees!
Options to Work with Kids, Groups and More
Metro Fun Center is not just an entertainment center for adults, but one that caters to families, children, groups and more. Metro Fun Center also hosts corporate team building activities, school trips, fundraisers and other events. You will get to work with all ages here at Metro Fun Center.
Our rates and salaries are competitive with other entertainment centers in the Southeast.
Hearing from us is one thing; hearing from our current and past employees, however, is the best way to decide if Metro Fun Center is the next place you want to work!
I’ve been here since the summer of 2016, since then I’ve learned so much and I’ve also grew to love my job and the people it surrounds me with. Interacting with the guests as well as my fellow co-workers. The opportunities here are endless and so is the fun really there’s no better place to work than somewhere where you can entertain the guests and have fun doing it.Marcus Smith