We are currently accepting applications for the following positions:

TERROR TRAM SHOW CONTROL - Halloween Horror Nights

Provide guest control at our Titans of Terror Tram backlot location during Halloween Horror Nights. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. Candidates must be able to work all nights of the event until 4:00am, and be available for daytime and evening training during September.

FOOD STAND ATTENDANT

Responsible for taking and filling orders of food and beverage requested by guests, operating cash register, maintaining service area and supplies, and interacting positively with guests and providing the Hollywood experience. For more details, and to review the requirements for this job, please click on "Apply".

HHN MAZE HOST

Assist with guest control at our haunted mazes during Halloween Horror Nights. Greet guests, direct them into the appropriate queue lines, maintain guest flow at entrance and throughout mazes, and ensure guest and performer safety. Must be 18 years of age or older. Candidates must be able to work all nights of the event until 4:00am, and be available for daytime and evening training during September. For more details, and to review the requirements for this job, please click on "Apply".

NURSE

We are currently accepting applications for RN and/or LVN to work our Halloween Horror Nights Events. Provide basic first aid care and life support according to state, county and company guidelines. To review our requirements for this position, please click on "Apply Now."

DISHWASHER/STEWARD

Responsible for maintaining and cleaning the kitchen and all equipment.  For more details, and to review the requirements for this job, please click on "Apply".

VALET RUNNER/DRIVER

Greet guests upon arrival to Universal Studios Hollywood and CityWalk. Park and retrieve guest vehicles in a safe and efficient manner.  For more details, and to review the requirements for this job, please click on "Apply".

COSTUME DRESSER

Assist with dressing performers at show venues. Issue costumes and track costume use. Complete basic maintenance and repair duties. Launder costumes and replenish racks with clean costumes. For more details, and to review the requirements for this job, please click on "Apply".

ASSEMBLER

The Assembler is to support the daily operations of the Tram Garage under the direct supervision of the Lead Mechanic & Department Management, performing a variety of maintenance activities to ensure general maintenance, cleanliness, detailing and servicing of the USH Tram vehicles/fleet.

SOUND & VIDEO TECHNICIAN

The Sound & Video Technician supports the daily operations of the department by safely operating, maintaining, and inspecting sound & video systems within rides and attractions employed in the theme park, as well as all of the show quality elements such as show characters, show effects, and other duties assigned within the Technical Services Department.

ANIMATIONS TECHNICIAN

The Animations Technician supports the daily operations of the department by safely operating, maintaining, and inspecting the ride systems employed in the theme park, as well as all of the show quality elements such as show characters, show effects, ride vehicles, and other duties assigned within the Technical Services Department.

MARKET RESEARCH INTERVIEWER

Seeking a natural people-person to support the research efforts of our Marketing Department by conducting surveys of our theme park guests.  For more details and to review the minimum qualifications for this jobs, please click on "Apply".

NIGHT CLEANER

Responsible for thoroughly cleaning the interior of the park’s facilities, which includes restaurants/kitchens, attraction venues, break rooms, retail stores, restrooms, administrative and warehouse buildings.  To review the job description and requirements for this position, please click on "Apply".

HVAC TECHNICIAN

The HVAC Technician is responsible for all maintenance, inspection and/or repair of the heating, ventilation, cooling, and refrigeration systems in all facilities owned or operated Universal Studios Hollywood theme park. For more details and to review the minimum qualifications for this job, please click on the "Apply" button.

PYROTECHNIC SPECIAL EFFECTS TECHNICIAN

Responsible for overseeing the various special effects used in our live theatrical shows as well as supervising the pyrotechnic crews. A detailed description of the job, including qualifications and requirements, is available by clicking on "Apply Now" and selecting the position on the next screen.

PARKING LOT ATTENDANT

Greet guests upon arrival to Universal Studios Hollywood. Help direct guests to the appropriate parking structures and lots. Assist in monitoring the flow of traffic in and out of the parking areas. Will be required to work till 4:00am. For more details, and to review the requirements for this job, please click on "Apply".

For information about professional careers at Universal Studios Hollywood, check out our current openings.

For information about upcoming auditions at Universal Studios Hollywood, check out USHAuditions.com.

Universal Studios is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please be advised that any offer of employment with Universal Studios Hollywood is contingent upon satisfactory Criminal Background and Reference checks.

Grooming Guidelines

Our Image is very important to our success. Your personal appearance is an important part of that image. You are seen by guests from all over the world. Therefore, it is important that every employee portray a professional appearance that is acceptable to a family-friendly environment: consistently neat, well-groomed and approachable. As an employee at Universal Studios Hollywood or CityWalk, you are required to comply with our appearance and grooming standards at all times.  Please note that it is not possible to address every appearance standard and any questionable wardrobe or appearance standard will be addressed by your Supervisor or Wardrobe.

Tattoos

  • One visible tattoo is allowed for employees who interact with guests, subject to the following conditions:
    – Tattoo may not be larger than 2”x2”.
    – Tattoos are not permitted on hands, face, neck or head.
    – Visible tattoos are defined as those visible when wearing the standard issued uniform.
    – The use of bandages, wristbands, make-up or other items to cover tattoos is not permitted.
  • Employees who do not interact with guests are permitted to have multiple visible tattoos provided they are not on the hands, face, neck or head. Employees who do not interact with guests are employees who work in Park Services (Night Operations only), Technical Services, Warehouse, Production Kitchen, and Backstage employees.
  • Tattoos that the Company may deem a violation of our anti-discrimination and harassment policies are not allowed. These may include, but are not limited to, any tattoo that may be perceived as discriminatory based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin or ancestry, creed, age, sexual orientation or any other basis proscribed by applicable non-discrimination laws.

Hair

Hair must be neat and clean in appearance. Many hairstyles are acceptable and it is not possible to address every acceptable hairstyle or what constitutes neat and clean grooming. Therefore, it is every employee’s responsibility to adhere to the guidelines below.

Hair Guidelines (Male & Female):

  • Hair may not cover the eyes and may not be extreme in style.
    – No partial shaving of the eyebrows or head. Completely shaved heads are acceptable for men.
    – No unnatural colors (i.e. orange, purple, etc.). Highlights in natural colors are acceptable.
    – No flat tops or fauxhawks higher than 2 inches.
  • Beads are permitted if they finish the braid and must be complimentary to the wardrobe.
  • All food service employees must wear hair restraints, per the department uniform policy, so that their hair does not possibly contact exposed food, clean equipment, utensils, linens, and unwrapped single-service and single-use articles.

Males

  • Hair may not reach beyond the collar in the back and must be neatly trimmed.
  • Facial hair must be fully-grown and well groomed. “Fully grown” is defined as completely covering the skin. “Well groomed” is defined as trimmed hair that is natural to chin and jaw line and not exceeding ½ inch in length. Goatees are acceptable.
  • Designs, odd coloring, braiding, or other unnatural facial hair looks are not permitted.
  • Mustache must be neatly trimmed and may extend up to 1/2 inch past the corners of the mouth.
  • Sideburns must be neatly trimmed and cannot be extreme.

Nails & Makeup (Male & Female)

  • In accordance with FDA requirements, and for the safety of our guests and employees, food service employees may not wear fingernail polish or artificial fingernails.

Males

  • Nails should be all in one length, clean, trimmed and no longer than 1/8 inch beyond the fingertips
  • Makeup and colored nail polish are not permitted

Females

  • Nails should be all in one length, clean, trimmed and no longer than 1/2 inch beyond the fingertips. Polish color or design may not be extreme.
  • Makeup must display a professional image.

Jewelry/Accessories

    • Jewelry and accessories may not affect the ability to effectively interact with our guests.
    • Two separate earrings per ear lobe are acceptable.
      – For Males, stud earrings are permitted up to 1/4 inch in diameter. Hoop earrings are not permitted.
      – For Females, earrings may not be larger than 2 inches in diameter.
      – Posts and spacers are not permitted.
    • Visible facial (including nose), body, and tongue piercing is not permitted.
    • Up to two pieces of jewelry per wrist are acceptable.
    • Up to two rings per hand may be worn.
    • Necklaces may not be worn on the outside of the uniform.
    • Buttons, pins or badges must be approved in advance by your Department Manager.
    • In accordance with FDA requirements, and for the safety of our guests and employees, line production cooks, restaurant cooks and stewards may wear a plain ring, such as a band, while preparing food.  No other jewelry is allowed, including watches and medical information jewelry, on the arms and/or hands.
    • Food Stand Attendants (male and female) are permitted to wear one stud earring on each lobe up to ¼ inch in diameter.  Hoop earrings are not permitted.  No other jewelry is allowed, including watches and medical information jewelry, on the arms and/or hands.

General Appearance

  • The use of personal mobile communication or electronic devices (i.e. cell phones, text messaging, direct connect access, Bluetooth earpieces, MP3 players, iPods, etc.) is always prohibited while wearing a uniform in guest view. It is also prohibited while working (not on an authorized break or lunch), whether or not in guest view. These devices must not be visible and are to be in silent mode at all times. Company-issued devices used for business reasons are permitted. In no way should electronic devices interrupt your interactions with guests or fellow employees.
  • Sunglasses are permitted outdoors. Mirrored sunglasses are not permitted. Your eyes must be visible through the lenses to ensure good eye contact.
  • Appropriate undergarments must be worn and must not be visible (except for t-shirts).
  • A black or white t-shirt may be wore under the uniform (color varies by department).
  • Due to the close contact you will have with our guests and co-workers, we expect everyone to be neat and clean and practice good physical and oral hygiene.
  • Chewing gum and eating in guest view are not permitted.
  • Name badges must be worn daily, as they are an important part of our uniform and contribute to guest and employee interactions. Stickers, buttons or alterations are not allowed on the name badge unless otherwise approved by the Wardrobe Department or your Manager.

Medical Restrictions and Religious Accommodation Requests

Any request for an exception to the Universal Studios Hollywood appearance standards for religious beliefs or questions regarding the accommodations of medical restrictions must be directed to your Human Resources representative.

The company reserves the right to modify this policy at any time.

Directions to Universal Staffing Services on CityWalk

From San Diego

Take the 5 North to the 101 North
Exit Lankershim Blvd.
Turn right at the end of the ramp onto Lankershim Blvd.
At the first light turn right onto Universal Hollywood Dr. (You will see the Universal electronic billboard)
Drive up the hill past the Sheraton and Hilton hotels and past the light (Hotel Dr.) at the top of the hill. Continue on until you reach the tollbooths.

From the San Fernando Valley

Take 5 South to the 170 South
Exit Lankershim Blvd.
Turn right at the end of the ramp onto Ventura/Cahuenga Blvd.
Turn right at the first light onto Lankershim
At the second light turn right onto Universal Hollywood Dr. (You will see the Universal electronic billboard)
Drive up the hill past the Sheraton and Hilton hotels and past the light (Hotel Dr.) at the top of the hill. Continue on until you reach the tollbooths.

From the San Gabriel Valley

Take the 210 West to the 134 West
Exit Lankershim Blvd.
Turn left onto Lankershim Blvd.
Turn left onto Universal Hollywood Dr. (You will see the Universal electronic billboard)
Drive up the hill past the Sheraton and Hilton hotels and past the light (Hotel Dr.) at the top of the hill. Continue on until you reach the tollbooths.

From the 10 East

Take 10 East to the 110 North to the 101 North
Exit Lankershim Blvd.
Turn right at the end of the ramp onto Lankershim Blvd.
At the next light turn right onto Universal Hollywood Dr. (You will see the Universal electronic billboard)
Drive up the hill past the Sheraton and Hilton hotels and past the light (Hotel Dr.) at the top of the hill. Continue on until you reach the tollbooths.

Once you’re here
Upon reaching the parking tollbooths, let the attendant know you are here for a job interview with Operational Staffing at the Talent Office. The parking attendant will direct you where to park. We are located in the center of CityWalk above Bubba Gump Shrimp Co on the 2nd Floor.

Please check-in at the front desk at your appointment time.

Should you have any questions please contact the Talent Office at (818) 622-3863.