Cashier/Usher (Current Employee) – Norwalk, CA – December 12, 2017
It's a stressful job at times and those times are more consistent than one would think. It is a demanding work environment and you have to be quick, friendly and efficient. Always wear a smile and try to connect is crucial. Earning that smile from a guest is the best part of the job.
Box Office, Concession , Usher (Former Employee) – East Hanover, NJ – November 26, 2017
a typical day at work would be for me clean the bathrooms and theatres, serve food and drinks to the guests, and also sell tickets to the guests. I have learned about upselling and a little about the movie business. Management was very good, they treated their employees with respect and helped us out any time they can. Their really was no hard part of the job except when a bunch of people would come in all at once and it would get a little stressful. Most enjoyable part was the free movies we would be allowed o watch on our breaks.
Usher/Concessions (Former Employee) – Sioux City, IA – October 30, 2017
Cleaning the theatres, setting up concssion, setting up props, changing lights. took tickets as movie started. I would help find seats if movie was pact. The hardest part of the job was the cleaning. The best part was find money. The hours were awful. The pay was awful.
Usher (Former Employee) – Springfield, PA – October 21, 2017
My jobs were to clean theatres, give the guest there tickets, and work concession. Also clean lobby and bathrooms I learned how to deal with all types of different personality.management were a pleasure to work with and they actually promoted me to supervisor after 6 months. There was really no hard part about the job and my most enjoyable part of the job was pleasing the customers
Usher (Current Employee) – Manhattan, KS – October 13, 2017
At the Manhattan dine in theater it is a good solid first job. The managers are very relaxed but the job gets extremely monotonous over time. With the extreme turnover rate at the theater the company is always hiring so you get very very few hours even if you are a solid worker.
Usher/Cashier (Former Employee) – Missoula, MT – October 4, 2017
Its a blast working a theatre, everything's movies all day and all night. The rushes are minimal and theirs lots of time for extra special customer care and service. Cleaning up after people gets frustrating but that's about it. By far the most laid back work experience I've ever had.
Cashier, Usher (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 17, 2017
This can be a very laid back job in the usher position. You literally tear tickets, clean theaters, and watch movies all day. The cashier position tends to be a bit fast paced, especially when school is out or on holidays. Certain management can make working here feel stressed.
While I was working there, no one ever had a full time work schedule (excluding management), unless they swap w co workers to pick up hours they didn't want for the week. Like, maybe one or two days out of the week, you'd get 8 hours, but then the rest were measly 4-6 hour shift. No one had set shifts, from what I understood your schedule was set at random.
Overall, I'd work here again if they offered full time positions with a set schedule.
Free movies for family, discounts
Its hard to get more than 30 hours a week, no set schedules
Usher (Current Employee) – Albany, GA – August 13, 2017
I love working hear I love the people I work with. The only two complaints I have is ever since we changed to AMC all the ushers including me are only getting two days to work in a week. The other complaint is that the management could be handled differently to improve Customer and employee experience.
Concessions/Usher (Former Employee) – Mesquite, TX – August 7, 2017
I don't know how management is now it was improving when I left but my advice do your part the best you can because in the end that's all you really do. Coke machines breakdown too often on the weekends but the weekdays are usually slower paced.
Cashier, Porter, Usher, Box Office (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – July 17, 2017
I've really enjoyed my time at AMC. The team is a great group of people, free movies for all employees, and flexible schedule. It does get hectic, and sometimes you feel as though you don't get paid enough to deal with the things that you have to deal with, but overall a great experience. I work in concessions, box office, ushering, and portering the lobby. Concessions stresses me out because the guests aren't always too happy with the price of popcorn, but box office is my favorite place to be scheduled.