General Manager, Eco-Adventure Park - Jamaica

Our client, a leading eco-adventure park developer and operator is looking for a General Manager to join their team at their Jamaican location! In this challenging and rewarding role, you will bring your themed entertainment industry experience to the park, providing leadership in planning, development, and operational success. An understanding of adventure park attractions (zip-lines, chair lifts, tube runs, etc.) is required as you will be a hands-on manager, ensuring smooth and efficient operations of the park’s attractions. You will also use your guest services, marketing, sales, finance, and hospitality industry knowledge on a daily basis, as you will guide and direct company initiatives across the park’s various department teams. In this General Manager position, you will revise and improve all operational procedures; make hiring decisions to establish, build, and maintain your perfect support team; establish and review product offerings with the sales team; work in tandem with the Operations Manager to maintain attractions; and take ownership of the financial success of the park. This is a great opportunity to join a growing company at the forefront of destination experiences! 

You should have:
- a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Finance, or a related field [Master’s degrees a plus!]
- 10+ years of industry management experience (adventure theme parks, water parks, ski resorts, or related industry)
- a Positive, Guest and Employee focused attitude 
- a love for adventure!
- expertise in Excel, KPIs, Indexing, SAP

This is an on-site, full time opportunity in Jamaica, with compensation between $100-120k plus additional benefits. For consideration, please send your resume to

Electrical Ride Engineer - Theme Parks [Japan]

Our client, a worldwide entertainment company, is looking for an experienced Electrical Ride Engineer to join its team! In this role, you'll be responsible for providing technical guidance and vendor management of the design, fabrication and day-to-day detailed installation, test, and adjust activities of new attractions: you’ll oversee all technical interaction with other project team personnel, vendors, subcontractors, and other relevant internal and external parties involved with Show and Ride systems, participate in hands-on technical duties, and advise senior management of any areas of current or future risk. You’ll also advise project management teams in regard to reasonable timelines to deliver high quality deliverables, and provide updates as needed. This is an excellent opportunity to grow with a world leader in themed entertainment! 

You should have:
- a Bachelor's degree in Computer or Electrical Engineering [a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering a plus!], with 7-10 years related relevant experience within themed entertainment
- a minimum 3-5 years experience with vendor management, including contract management, directives, and change orders  
- experience with design, installation, and commissioning of electrical systems in the theme park, transportation, pharmaceutical or general manufacturing industries 
- expert level proficiency with Microsoft Office and AutoCAD
- experience designing life safety systems & safety-rated control systems preferred
- an active Professional Engineer License 
- the ability to understand and write Japanese a plus! 

This is full-time role which starts in Orlando, FL, area with extended relocation to Japan. Compensation around 80-125K, DOE. For consideration, please send your résumé to

Director, Architecture

Our client, a themed entertainment design and production company, is looking for a business minded Director of Architecture to join its team! In this role, you’ll be responsible for the overall management of the Studio team, including staff and financial operations, project profitability, marketing and business development, client success, and employee development. You’ll manage and build client relationships, oversee internal project production, including budgets, schedules, and project communications, work with Project Managers to ensure quality control and effective work, and be responsible for the mentoring, training, and development of all levels of staff, among other duties. You’ll also represent the team in regards to coordination with other department heads and internal teams to ensure consistency of processes and deliverables. This is an excellent opportunity to take your career to the next level with a themed entertainment industry leader!

You should have: 
- a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture [Master’s degrees a plus!]
- a minimum 10 years of experience within architecture [experience in themed entertainment, retail, museums, or resorts/mixed use space highly preferred] 
- hands on client relationship management experience, including business development and pitching
- a proactive approach, and results driving attitude
- the ability to liaise with a variety of staff, and the proven ability to effectively communicate technical information to nontechnical contacts
- excellent communicative, collaborative, and project management skills

This is an on-site, full time opportunity in the Orlando, FL area, with compensation between $165-195K, DOE. For consideration, please submit your resume and portfolio to 

Landscape Designer - Part Time

Our client, an industry leading Entertainment and Tourism Destination, is seeking a part-time Landscape Designer to join their team. In this 20-30 hour a week role, you will work in the planning and preparation of designs for landscape projects and will be responsible for design research and execution, overseeing the installation of your designs in the field. This is a great opportunity to expand your Landscape Architecture experience with one of the most highly regarded companies in the world! 

You should have:
- 3-5 years of experience in topographic surveying or landscape design
- Knowledge of horticulture and plant identification
- Expert skills in preparing of maps, plans, and specifications
- Skills in the use of CAD, drafting, and survey instruments
- A design portfolio is REQUIRED
- Master’s Degree Preferred 

This is an 8 month contract, part-time role located in Anaheim, CA with compensation around $28/hour. For consideration, please submit your resume AND portfolio to

Digital Fabricator, Themed Entertainment

Our client, a custom 3D prop fabrication and production company, is looking for an experienced Fabricator to join their team! In this role, you’ll use your technical and creative expertise to assist in the production of a variety of artistic and sculptural endeavors: you’ll manage workflow from the concept phase through final fabrication, oversee the digital modeling process to ensure that creative intent is honored, participate in the production process, and serve as the point person for any troubleshooting needs. You’ll also serve as the primary liaison between the production team and clients, and translate client action items into project management tasks. This is an excellent opportunity to develop with a themed entertainment leader!

You should have:
- solid carpentry skills and the ability to easily read and generate diagrams and plans 
- expert level knowledge of and experience with Rhino 3D, ZBrush, Maya, or a similar sub-D modeler, Powermill, Sketchup, the Adobe Creative Suite, and the Microsoft Office Suite
- proven CNC experience, with the aptitude to learn multi axis setups
- familiarity with DMFA engineering constraints 
- knowledge of machine tool and base offset setups, use of caliper, dial gauges, and traditional indexing setups for multi part large scale fabrication
- experience with a Kuka Robot and basic knowledge of KRL programming language
- top notch communicative, collaborative, leadership, and project management skills

This is a full-time, on-site direct hire opportunity in the New Orleans, LA, area, with compensation around 55-75K and full benefits. Relocation provided for the right candidate. For consideration, please submit your resume to

Architectural Talent [Entertainment]

Our client, a notable entertainment company, is looking for top tier Architecture Talent to join its team! You'll use your architectural chops and construction administration experience to support large scale project development: you'll create full architectural drawings, sketches, and models, monitor field construction to identify and resolve inconsistencies between execution and design intent, assist with managing and coordinating between third party vendors and internal teams, and ensure that deliverables are met on time with your guidance and suggestions on budget, design, schedule, code requirements, selection of resources for the projects and different strategies for execution. You’ll also assist with proposal documents, the pre-qualification and selection process of potential Architecture and Engineering vendors, responding to questions during the proposal process and the analysis of the development for vendors. This is an excellent opportunity to develop with an entertainment leader!  

You should have: 
- a Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management, or a related field [a Master's degrees in these areas preferred] 
- a minimum 7-10 years experience in project/construction management, with an emphasis in large scale projects [experience in entertainment a plus!]
- thorough knowledge of and experience with AutoCAD, Sketch Up, Microsoft Office, & the Adobe Creative Suite
- proven experience with forecasting & budget allocation
- excellent communicative, collaborative, analytical, and organizational skills
- a valid Architect's or Engineer's license a plus! 

These are full-time opportunities in the Orlando, FL, area, with compensation around 100-120K, DOE. For consideration, please send your resume to

Technical Manager, Show/Project

Our client, a global themed entertainment company, is looking for a Technical Manager well versed in set design to join its team! In this role, you'll be responsible for managing the fabrication, installation, testing, and implementation of all visual scenics for various projects. You will work with and coordinate multiple vendors, design consultants, and contractors throughout both design and implementation stages. This entails traveling to vendor facilities in order to track progress, quality, and creative intent review and approvals. As Technical Manager, you’ll also flex your project management skills by monitoring production expenses and ensuring all developments comply with any relevant codes and regulations. 


You should have: 

- A Bachelor's degree in Set/Scenic Design, Architecture, Building Construction, or an equivalent combination of education and Scenic Construction experience

- Minimum 5-7 years design, production, and project/contract management

- Experience in field construction specific to set/scenic, creative architecture, and the theme park industry


This is a full time role in the Orlando, FL, Compensation DOE. For consideration, please send your resume to

Technical Creative Manager - Theme Parks

Our client, a worldwide entertainment company, is looking for a Technical Creative Manager to join its team! In this role, you'll provide technical guidance and vendor management, including but not limited to specification, production, installation, and acceptance testing, and ensure that all ride/show equipment and elements (show/ride systems, set/scenic, props, animated figures, ride mechanical systems, etc.) are maintained to the highest level of safety in accordance with internal, local and state standards. You'll also serve as liaison between internal and external technical attraction personnel.


You should have: 

- A Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering 

- Minimum 5 years related experience [theme park or contract law specific experience highly preferred] 

- 1-3 years experience in in-field installation

- Minimum 1-3 years vendor & contract management experience 

- P - Licensed Professional Engineer (State of Florida)


This is a full-time role in the Orlando, FL, area. Compensation DOE. For consideration, please send your résumé to