Knott’s Berry Farm Job Application


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Knott’s Berry Farm Online Application

Knott’s Berry Farm is a 160-acre (65 ha) amusement park in Buena Park, California, owned by Cedar Fair Entertainment Company.

By applying Knott’s Berry Farm you may join Knott’s Berry Farm’s family. At the same time you will be able to look for Knott’s Berry Farm job postings and apply to any notices you like.

Open Positions: Ticket Sales Agent, Sales Clerk, Games Attendant, Park Admissions Attendant, Park Service Attendant, Ride Operator, Ride Technician, Groundskeeper, Food and Beverage Associate, Ride Maintenance Mechanic, Housekeeper, Front Desk Associate, Maintenance Technician, Bellman, Driver, Assistant Park and Hotel Manager, General Park and Hotel Manager

Printable Application PDF/Form: Knott’s Berry Farm Application

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About Knott’s Berry Farm

The theme park sits on the site of a former berry farm established by Walter Knott, Cordelia Knott, and their family. Beginning around 1920, the Knott family sold berries, berry preserves, and pies from a roadside stand along State Route 39. In 1934, the Knotts began selling fried chicken dinners in a tea room on the property, and the Knotts built several shops and other attractions to entertain visitors. Cordelia Knott’s efforts in the Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner Restaurant were essential to putting Knott’s Berry Farm on the map, and the ensuing crowds prompted the creation of even more tourist attractions. In 1940, Walter Knott began constructing a replica Ghost Town on the property. Knott added several other attractions over the years, and began charging admission to the attractions in 1968. In 1983, Knott’s Berry Farm added Camp Snoopy, which began the park’s present-day association with the Peanuts characters.

In the 1990s, following the deaths of Walter and Cordelia Knott, their children sold the family business; the theme park was sold to Cedar Fair, while the food business was sold to ConAgra Foods, which subsequently sold to J. M. Smucker; Smucker’s reduced the range of products but has continued to make jams, jellies and preserves. Cedar Fair has continued to expand the theme park, adding Knott’s Soak City in 1999 and adding other rides to the original park.

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