Ring and Ring, Inc. Dba Wright's Amusements Co. Amusement and Recreation Attendants-Carnival in Elbert, Colorado
ONE: Employer Name and Contact InformationBusiness Name: Ring and Ring, Inc. dba Wright's Amusements CompanyPhysical Address: 13002 Co. Rd. 102. Elbert, CO 80106Mailing Address: PO Box 1000. Elbert, CO 80106FEIN: 84-1418970Employer Job Phone Number: (281) 460-4127Employer Job Email: email@example.comEmployer Job Web Portal: www.wrightscarnival.comTWO: This job opportunity is a temporary, full-time position.Number of job openings to be filled: 60THREE: Job OpportunityJob Title: Amusement and Recreation Attendants-Carnival.Duties: Perform variety of attending duties at amusement facility.Set-up, tear-down, operate amusement rides, food concessions and/or games.Minimum Education Required: None.Minimum Experience Required: None.Work Hours and Days: Work schedule varies widely, typically 40 H/WWed-Sun, 1:00PM to 10:00PM.Anticipated Start Date of Job Opportunity: April 1, 2021Anticipated End Date of Job Opportunity: October 31, 2021Other requirements: Post-employment random drug testing and backgroundchecks may be required, at no cost to the worker. The job requires theapplicant to be qualified, ready, willing, able, and available toperform during the entire employment at all the designated worksites; and tofollow workplace rules.FOUR: Geographic Area of Intended Employment:Work starts in Elbert Co., CO with additional work to follow in variouslocations along an itinerary: Elbert, El Paso, Fremont, Mesa,Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas, Jefferson, Gunnison, Conejos, Rio GrandeCos. in CO; Brazos, Midland, Ector, Howard, Harris Cos. in TX;Lea, Curry, EddyMust commute from home at prior worksite, to next worksite. Optionaltransportation offered by the employer at no cost to the worker.FIVE: Wage that the employer is offering:Employer will pay the prevailing hourly wage for each work location, rangingfrom $9.99 to $13.14, weighted average $11.61 per hour.Merit increases and/or bonuses may be awarded at employer discretion.(The wage offer will equal or exceed the highest of the prevailing wage orthe Federal, State or Local minimum wage in effect during employment).SIX: Overtime:Equal Opportunity, FLSA (13)(a)(3) exempt employer not subjectto Federal hourly wage, overtime or recordkeeping requirements. No overtimeexpected. Overtime, if any, calculated and paid as per applicable regulations.SEVEN: On the Job Training?On-the-job training will be providedEIGHT: Wage Computation.The employer will use a single workweek as its standard for computing wagesdue.NINE: Pay Frequency:Wages will be paid on a weekly basis.Due to variability of hours, as a convenience to the workers, a prepaymentplan based upon 40 hours of work per week may be available.TEN: Board, Lodging, other facilities, including fringe benefits.Optional mobile housing (valued at $50.00 per week) and localconvenience travel (valued at $25.00 per week) are available at no costto the worker.ELEVEN: Deductions from Pay:Employer will make all deductions from the worker's paycheck required bylaw. In addition, the employer intends to make the following deductionsfrom the worker's paycheck which are not required by law: NONETWELVE: Initial transportation and subsistence.If the worker completes 50% of the work contract period, employer will,consistent with applicable regulatory requirements, arrange and pay directlyfor transportation and subsistence. Daily subsistence will be provided eitherat a rate of $13.00 per day during travel without receipts to a maximum of$55.00 per day with receipts or the applicable USDOL mandated fee in effecton the date of travel.THIRTEEN: Return transportation and subsistence.Workers will be provided with or reimbursed for outbound transportation andsubsistence consistent with applicable regulatory requirements if the employeecompletes the period of employment or is dismissed from employment before theend of the period of employment. If transportation is provided, it will beby common carrier land or air conveyance at the option of the employer.