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Please read the job descriptions below, and click the link to fill out the Google Form so we know what part of the Haunted House you are interested in participating in. The form also allows you to fill in your availability (NOTE you may go back and change your availability at any time)

Volunteer List and Descriptions:

Concessions Volunteers (Training Provided): Volunteers will assist with concessions for guests, and meal prep for actors. (Volunteers must have a valid Washington State food handlers’ card, you can take the class and get the permit for $10, valid for 2 years. Visit: to test for the card)

Hospitality Runner (Training Provided): Volunteers would help run games/ activities for guests who are waiting. Runners help run food and water bottles to actors/ managers/ volunteers throughout the night. Runners may also be asked to help with various tasks and to assist is fixing any issues on the front end of the haunted house. Runners will be expected to help answer questions for guests and volunteers.

Line Greeter (Training Provided):  Greeters will greet groups waiting to go into the intro tent. They will be responsible for texting the next group when they are on deck, reviewing rules with guests and keeping the flow of people running smoothly.

Ticket Booth (Interview Required/ Training Provided): Ticketer will check in guests. Process payments and assign line numbers to the guests. Check waivers have been filled out for all guests. Volunteers will be trained how to use the payment system and reservation system. Volunteers will be expected to take calls and answer questions. On the job training will be provided.

Security/ Parking (Training Provided): Security will watch the grounds of Haunted House and check for suspicious activity. Volunteers will help guide guests to parking spots, help control traffic in the parking area, report suspicious activity, and direct guests to the secondary parking overflow space.

Actors (Training Provided): Actors will be required to purchase base costume items for their character. Complicated costume pieces can be provided or reimbursed. Actors will only have shifts in the Haunted House of 2 hours. After 2 hours they will be assigned to a new area, allowing other volunteers the opportunity to be a scare actor.

Stage Manager (Interview Required/ Training Provided): Stage Managers must always be present in the Haunted House during hours of operations. They keep actors on task, move within the Haunted House and make sure the guest groups are moving through at a decent pace. Warn and dismiss any individuals reacting aggressively towards actors. Watch the health and wellbeing of the actors. (Individuals with First Aid certs are preferred for Stage Managers)

Set Designer (Training Provided): Volunteers will participate in decorating sections of the Haunted House. Designers will be required to work on the haunted house outside of operation hours, the work hours will be explained to designers.

Construction/ Clean-Up Crew (Training Provided): Construction volunteers will be doing most of the work outside of normal operation hours and even before the event launches. Volunteers will help with packing away Haunted House each night assessing and repairing damage. And assist with cleanup of the Haunted House after the event is finished. Those who have experience with using power tools will be preferred.

Make-Up Crew/ Props (Training Provided): Volunteers will do make-up for actors in the Haunted House. (make-up artists must be able to come an hour early). Make-up artists who are new or inexperienced with theatre make-up will be trained. Make-up artists are expected to help design props necessary for characters in the haunted house.


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