How old do I have to be to work for GTP Corp?
Child Labor Laws require an individual to be at
least 14 years of age. Positions for 14 and 15 year olds
are limited in quantity due to the individuals’ availability
and Child Labor Law regulations.
Do I need any qualifications?
GTP Corp offers two types of positions: Sales Representative
and Commissioned Photographer. Individuals seeking the Sales
Representative position should be customer service orientated,
outgoing, and have the desire to work in team environment.
Individuals seeking the Commissioned Photographer position
should be customer service orientated, outgoing, and self-motivated.
Photography experience for this position is encouraged,
but not necessary due to onsite training.
How much will I get paid?
Pay rates are determined by minimum wage standards. Pay increases beyond minimum wage are determined by the total accumulative hours worked and performance standards. Commissioned photographers will be paid their base wage in addition to various commission structures that can result in substantially increased hourly rates.
How do I apply to work for GTP?
An application can be filled out and submitted online
at anytime. Please keep in mind the bulk of our hiring is
done March through August.
What do I need to bring to my interview?
Please bring a photo ID card, which can be a driver’s
license or school ID card and your Social Security Card.
If you are unable to provide either of these documents,
please ask for a list of acceptable alternative identification
documents. Please also remember to be punctual and dress
professionally for your interview.
How many hours will I work each week?
Employees under the age of 18 are restricted by
Child Labor Laws on the number of hours of work each week.
Please discuss your availability, including sports/band
camps, vacations, and other schedule conflicts with management
at the time of your interview.
How does scheduling work?
During the months of June, July, and August, schedules
are posted one week in advance and can be obtained from
your manager. During the months of September through May,
GTP uses an online scheduling format, where employees can
sign themselves up for shifts. GTP does its best to be flexible
and accommodate all types of schedules. It is the employee’s
responsibility to notify his/her manager with any conflicts
in a timely and proper manner.
What do I wear to work?
GTP provides each employee with two uniform shirts
at a discounted cost to the employee. It is the responsibility
of the employee to provide the rest of the uniform and to
keep it neatly groomed. Each location has specific uniform
requirements which will be discussed during the interview.
Is there anything I need to do before my
first day of work?
Yes, there are several tasks which needed to be
completed before the first day of work. Minors (ages 14-18)
are required by law to have a working permit on file. It
is the employees’ responsibility to contact their
school office to begin the working permit process. Please
complete all necessary paperwork given to you at the time
of your interview and turn it in on your first day of work.
HERSHEYPARK® employees are also required to have an
employee ID card, which can be picked up at the Hershey
Entertainment and Resorts Employee Resource Center. DUTCH
WONDERLAND® employees are also required to have an employee
ID card which can be picked up at the Human Resources Department
next to the Staff Center.
When is my first day of work?
Each individual’s first day of work depends
on the individual’s availability. A first day may
be discussed during the interview or you may be contacted
by a manager to discuss your schedule.
Who should I contact if I have questions
after my interview?
You may contact Seth Hollinger at 717-689-7958 with
any questions or concerns if you were hired to work at HERSHEYPARK®
or HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE WORLD®. You may contact Kate
Dussinger at 717-689-0707 with any questions or concerns
if you were hired to work at DUTCH WONDERLAND® or Strasburg