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Become A Performer

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Working As A Performer

  • Assisting and Caring for Others
  • Getting Information
  • Updating and Using Relevant Knowledge
  • Documenting/Recording Information
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Deal with People

  • Unpleasant/Angry People

  • Unpleasant/Hazardous Environment

  • Repetitive

  • $68,970

    Average Salary

What Does A Performer Do At Seaworld Parks & Entertainment

* Performs show/act in assigned area according to show schedules.
* Performs daily warm-up on individual basis to insure performance without injury.
* Develops skills/knowledge to maintain excellent quality show/appearance
* Follows through on show notes to insure progress in specific areas.
* Maintain personal appearance by meeting costume and make-up requirements
* Assist in general cleaning of specified areas.
* Assist in the daily operational aspects of assigned show, reporting prop/costume repairs in a timely manner.
* General cleaning of assigned area.
* Works with cast/crew and management to maintain the integrity of the show.
* Consistently demonstrates courteous and professional behavior in all work aspects with all ambassadors and guests.
* Works as part of a team to increase productivity and while providing excellent guest service.
* Maintains a professional appearance that meets grooming standards

What Does A Performer Do At Seaworld Parks & Entertainment

Perform up to 10 shows a day in park shows and events, media appearances, and outside events

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How To Become A Performer

Diagnostic medical sonographers and cardiovascular technologists and technicians, including vascular technologists, need formal education, such as an associate’s degree or a postsecondary certificate. Many employers also require professional certification.

Education

Colleges and universities offer both associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs in sonography and in cardiovascular and vascular technology. One-year certificate programs also are available from colleges or hospitals.

Employers typically prefer graduates of programs accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP).

Sonography, cardiovascular, and vascular education programs usually include courses in anatomy, medical terminology, and applied sciences. Most sonography programs are divided into the specialized fields that correspond to the relevant certification exams, such as abdominal sonography or breast sonography. Cardiovascular and vascular programs include coursework in either invasive or noninvasive cardiovascular or vascular technology procedures. In addition to classroom study, most programs also include a clinical component in which students earn credit while working under a more experienced technologist in a hospital, physician’s office, or imaging laboratory.

High school students who are interested in diagnostic medical sonography, cardiovascular technology, or vascular technology should take courses in anatomy, physiology, physics, and math.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Most employers prefer to hire diagnostic imaging workers with professional certification. Many insurance providers and Medicare pay for procedures only if a certified sonographer, technologist, or technician performed the work. Certification is available from the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonographers and Cardiovascular Credentialing International.

Diagnostic imaging workers can earn certification by graduating from an accredited program and passing an exam. Most of the certifications are for specialties in diagnostic imaging; for example, a sonographer can earn a certification in abdominal sonography. Most diagnostic imaging workers have at least one certification, but many earn multiple certifications.

In addition, many employers prefer to hire candidates who have a Basic Life Support certification, which shows they are trained to provide CPR.

Few states require diagnostic medical sonographers to be licensed. Professional certification is typically required for licensure; other requirements vary by state. Contact state medical boards for more information.

Important Qualities

Detail oriented. Diagnostic imaging workers must follow precise instructions to obtain the images needed to diagnose and treat patients. They must also pay attention to the screen while scanning a patient’s body because the cues that contrast healthy areas with unhealthy ones may be subtle.

Hand-eye coordination. To get quality images, diagnostic imaging workers must be able to accurately move equipment on the patient’s body in response to what they see on the screen.

Interpersonal skills. Diagnostic imaging workers must work closely with patients. Sometimes patients are in extreme pain or mental stress, and they must get cooperation from the patient to create usable images.

Physical stamina. Diagnostic imaging workers are on their feet for long periods and must be able to lift and move patients who need assistance.

Technical skills. Diagnostic imaging workers must understand how to operate complex machinery and computerized instruments.

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Performer Demographics

Gender

  • Female

    53.9%
  • Male

    44.7%
  • Unknown

    1.4%

Ethnicity

  • White

    79.2%
  • Hispanic or Latino

    11.3%
  • Asian

    7.2%
  • Unknown

    1.7%
  • Black or African American

    0.5%
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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

    40.9%
  • French

    22.0%
  • German

    7.5%
  • Mandarin

    4.4%
  • Italian

    3.8%
  • Russian

    3.1%
  • Chinese

    3.1%
  • Japanese

    2.5%
  • Korean

    1.9%
  • Tagalog

    1.9%
  • Arabic

    1.9%
  • Hawaiian

    1.3%
  • Portuguese

    1.3%
  • Swedish

    0.6%
  • Romanian

    0.6%
  • Hindi

    0.6%
  • Khmer

    0.6%
  • Norwegian

    0.6%
  • Welsh

    0.6%
  • Tahitian

    0.6%
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Top Skills for A Performer

DramaticPerformancesCustomerServiceSafetyChoreographyEnsembleMagicKingdomGuitarSpecialEventsBirthdayPartiesNewCastMembersImprovCharacterIntegrityDinnerHalloweenHorrorNightsGuestInteractionFrightFestCommunicationSkillsAudienceMembersGuestServicePublicSpeaking

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Top Performer Skills

  1. Dramatic Performances
  2. Customer Service
  3. Safety
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Created dramatic performances, collaborated with student group to adapt classical plays to contemporary times.
  • Make outbound calls * Sign clients up for specific meetings * Provide customer service
  • Account for guests' special needs and take precautions to ensure guest safety.
  • Memorize and perform multiple pieces of choreography to be performed multiple times daily.
  • Coordinate dancing with that of partners or dance ensembles.

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