Niederman Family FarM
Niederman Family Farm is the hardest fun job you’ll ever have.
We are in the business of creating family traditions and memories by providing fall family fun. Our guests come here expecting to have a fun experience and how we interact with them can make a difference. As an employee, you interact directly with people who are looking for a fun family-friendly activity. They have planned their adventure, driven here, and are planning to spend the day with us. All they need is a little help and it’s our job to make sure they get started exploring quickly, find the services they need throughout the day, and have fun during their visit. All we have to do is take care of them. Sounds fun? If it doesn’t, don’t apply for a job.
If you’re not up for smiling and helping people for
six or eight hours, we don’t need you. Why is the
job so great? Every day is different. Some days we
have a small crowd that can be given extra attention,
and some days are so action packed it’ll go by in
a flash. We offer a family-friendly atmosphere that
includes a variety of indoor and outdoor positions.
Some are more physical than others, some have more
interactions with guests than others.
Niederman Family Farm has a variety of positions
available each fall season. These are great jobs for
mature and personable high school and college students, retired folks, stay at home moms and anyone looking for a way to interact with people!
Please keep in mind that many of these jobs are conducted outdoors during both day and night. The weather in September and October can be very warm, very cold or somewhere in between. We can have sun, wind, rain or snow. Be prepared to work in any of these conditions as we do not close unless it become unsafe for staff and customers.
For all positions, you must be:
Able to work ALL WEEKENDS in October. It is crucial to have all staff available on our busiest days of the season.
Sound like something you’d like to try? All applications will be reviewed and we will call qualifying applicants to schedule an interview. Interviews will take place in late August and training will begin early September.