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EPCOT’s Mexico Cultural Representative Program Now Accepting Applications for Positions Starting in 2021

As Walt Disney World prepares for reopening in July, and with EPCOT reopening on July 15, we’ve already started to see the theme parks taking steps to get ready for guests to return. With EPCOT, both Germany and Norway have already been looking for cultural representatives to return, and as of today, Disney Careers has posted that Mexico is currently accepting applications for their cultural representative program for 2021.

Disney Magic at Home_Donald Duck _ Mexico _ Epcot

Mexico Cultural Representative Program 2021

Accepting applications for positions that could start between January and June 2021. Application deadline is June 12th, 2020.

Our Mexico Cultural Representatives can be placed in a Merchandise, Attractions or Food & Beverage role. Below are descriptions for each position.

Epcot World Showcase – Merchandise:

  • Proactively greeting and interacting with every Guest that enters or leaves the shops
  • Demonstrating and selling merchandise (including alcohol and tobacco) in indoor and outdoor areas
  • Filling orders, preparing and assembling food items
  • Cash handling – manual and using computerized registers
  • Stocking and cleaning shelves and carts
  • Receiving/putting away stock and deliveries
  • Stroller/wheelchair rental – including repetitive lifting, stacking and pushing strollers and wheelchairs
  • Preparation of food/candy
  • Preparing packages for shipping/delivery
  • Possible prolonged exposure to weather conditions

Epcot World Showcase – Attractions:

  • Working at one or more of the “rides’ or theater shows
  • Loading and unloading Guests from an attraction
  • Operating sophisticated ride systems
  • Memorizing and delivering lengthy narrations on a microphone to large groups
  • Retrieving and arranging strollers
  • Assisting with emergency evacuations of attractions when necessary
  • Monitoring Guest flow and providing a safe Guest experience
  • Working with FASTPASS®, the ticketing system that distributes attraction ride times

Epcot World Showcase – Food and Beverage:

  • Proactively greeting and interacting with every Guest that enters or leaves the restaurants
  • Escorting Guests to tables
  • Selling food & beverages, including alcoholic beverages
  • Utilizing a computerized reservation system for seating Guests in the restaurant
  • Setting and stocking tables, carts, and restaurants side stations
  • Cash handling – manual and using computerized registers
  • Bussing tables, cleaning kitchen and counter equipment, emptying trash cans
  • Heavy lifting, pushing carts, carrying heavy trays
  • Providing resort and park information to Guests
  • Possible prolonged exposure to weather conditions

Basic Qualifications:

  • To be eligible to apply for the Mexico Cultural Representative Program, you MUST:
  • Speak English fluently.
  • Be at least 18 years of age to apply.
  • Be able to authentically represent Mexico.
  • Be receptive to Disney LookLink opens in new window guidelines.
  • You must be fully available to work Sunday through Saturday, including days and nights, holidays and overtime.
  • Candidates may be required to attend a presentation and in-person interview in Mexico City.

You are required to upload your Resume/CV and Cover Letter (in English) for this job application.

Additional Information:

Pay rate: Cast Members will earn an hourly rate of pay starting at $13.00 per hour depending on the role they are selected to perform. Some roles will be with one of our Operating Participant Companies. For these roles, the pay rate will be provided by the Operating Participant.

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