Universal Orlando says it is now hiring 3,000 new employees for full-time, part-time, seasonal and professional career opportunities across the entire resort.
According to the resort, full time and part time positions are available in all areas including Attractions, Food Services, Culinary, Custodial, Warehouse, Entrance Operations, Sales, and more.
Universal Orlando says it will hold multiple job fairs over the coming weeks.
Job fairs are by appointment only.
Interested candidates should apply online, and will then be contacted to schedule an interview appointment.
But Universal Orlando is doing more than hiring.
If deeds filed with the Orange County Comptroller are any indication, the resort could be ramping up for some serious expansion.
There is every sign that this could mean a long-rumored fourth theme park is, indeed, in the works.
While there have been strong indications that the property could be devoted to a new, Nintendo-themed park, that is not an absolute certainty.