Types of Jobs
Entry level jobs at Regal Cinemas include ticket sales, ushers, and concessions stand operators. There is also a need for projectionists, assistant managers, and general managers. Entry jobs tend to start out at minimum wage. Projectionists can make $10 or more per hour, especially if they gain some experience here. Management roles vary quite a bit in pay. Low level managers and supervisors start out at around $11 per hour, but general managers with experience can make $50,000 a year or more, especially if they prove themselves to be beneficial to the company.
This job does have corporate level positions available. Their corporate headquarters are just outside of Knoxville, Tennessee, and applying for one of these jobs may be worthwhile if you live in this area, or plan on relocating their soon. Their website has a list of current openings at this level.
Why Regal Cinemas?
Regal Cinemas is the biggest line of theaters in the U.S., and that means that there are many opportunities for growth here. Besides advancement opportunities, there are also employee benefits for qualified employees, such as 401(k) accounts, health insurance, company discounts, and paid time off. Most of these perks apply to management and other fulltime roles, but all employees qualify for reduced theater admission prices.
Who Can Apply?
To apply for a part time job at Regal Cinemas, you need to be at least 16 years old. Fulltime jobs require you to be 18. A high school diploma or GED is not required, but they can be helpful because they are an indication of maturity to a hiring manager. Managers, and those that someday wish to be in that position, should have a diploma. Having a college degree is helpful for supervisory positions, but not a requirement. Applicants do not need to have any prior work experience if they are looking for an entry level job.
Regal Cinemas employees are expected to be at each shift on time. They are expected to adhere to company guidelines, and follow any additional rules or regulations that have to do with their specific tasks, such as food safety laws if they work in concessions.
Tips for Gaining Employment
You can apply for a job in person at your local Regal location, or you can apply online. Go to their company website, scroll down to the bottom of the page, and under the “About Regal“ header, click on the “Job Opportunities” link. Down at the bottom section of the next page, there is a big blue button that says, “Apply Now.” This will take you to the application section. Select the opportunity that you wish to apply for, being careful to set aside more than enough time to fill things out completely and accurately. Before you submit it, read everything over once more to make sure you’ve done everything right. You shouldn’t need more than 45 minutes or so to finish the application process.
Once you’re done, you can expect to wait between a week and two weeks before you hear back from someone for an interview. At your interview, dress nicely and act professionally. This is a job that revolves around customer service, and the hiring manager will want to see that you can look and act professionally around customers. Answer questions directly, bringing attention to any experience you have working in the past or any sort of volunteer work you may have done. Also, it can be helpful to prepare a few things you’d like to talk about or learn more about ahead of time. This will let a manager know that you are not applying to work there on a whim and have put thought into the position and the responsibility that it entails.
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