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Sky Zone is Coming to Elmhurst!

Would you like to work at the world's first trampoline park?

Credit: Sky Zone Elmhurst
Credit: Sky Zone Elmhurst

By Karen Chadra
Patch editor

Sky Zone, the world's first trampoline park, will open at 325 W. Lake St. in Elmhurst at the end of February. In addition to the main jumping court, Sky Zone will offer four party rooms, four dodgeball courts, a foam pit, the Sky Cafe and the largest slam dunk basketball court around. The company was launched in 2004, and new locations are opening up all over the country.

From Sky Zone's website:

Imagine a seemingly endless sea of trampolines, all connected to form one massive trampoline surface. Now, imagine that surface enclosed with angled trampolines that allow you to literally bounce off the walls! These patented, all-trampoline, walled playing courts are the foundation of Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park. … Sky Zone is enjoyed by just about any age, shape or physical ability on a regular basis. From open jump, 3-D Dodgeball and SkyRobics fitness classes to birthday party packages, group events and corporate team building outings, there is truly something for everyone.

Sky Zone in Elmhurst is hiring for all positions. 

CLICK HERE TO FIND A JOB APPLICATION ON THE COMPANY WEBSITE.

A Sky Zone job fair took place Saturday at Elmhurst Public Library.

"We are the leader in providing active fun while promoting health and safety to the communities we serve," General Manager David Gilbert said. 

Open Positions

  • Court Monitor: Brings the safety and fun to the Sky Zone experience while acting as a lifeguard on the trampoline courts.
  • Cashier: Promotes the Sky Zone brand, products and programs while performing guest transactions.
  • Event host: Brings the 'Wow' to every birthday party and event by leading the event at Sky Zone.
  • Event assistant: Assists in the coordination and execution of all events via phone and in-person bookings and oversees the event process.
  • Facility maintenance: Aids in the execution of a safe experience by executing the Sky Zone maintenance systems.

Follow Sky Zone in Elmhurst on Facebook, and visit the Sky Zone website.

(This event is not sponsored by the Elmhurst Public Library nor is it the location of employment.)

Mike T. McAuley February 02, 2014 at 11:08 AM
Didnt we learn our lesson from the indoor water park? Go to Safari Land on a Saturday night.
Adam February 02, 2014 at 11:24 AM
oh dear, the wave of news how unsafe these places are seems to never end http://www.nbcdfw.com/investigations/Trampoline-Park-Boom-Sparks-Safety-Concerns-225852071.html
Jim Court February 03, 2014 at 09:27 AM
Adam, I understand your concerns but driving a vehicle poises a much greater risk. Should we avoid driving? The free market will determine the success of these type of places. It is probably a franchise who is trying to expand by playing on the hopes of purchasers of the franchise. Will it succeed? I guess we will have to wait and see. There is much less disposable income for many families in the current economic climate. Many restaurants are struggling as well.
D L February 03, 2014 at 10:33 AM
Adam.......Wa Wa Wa !!Rub some dirt on it. If someone is afraid of getting hurt, stay home and stare at the TV with video games!A little physical activity would certainly help our over weight and "soft" youth !! Getting some bumps and bruises are all apart of growing tough. And just maybe, they will have FUN too ! Imagine that !!
Adam February 03, 2014 at 12:13 PM
D L the injuries that occur aren't bumps and bruises.. Everything is padded. The injuries that DO occurs are more spine and leg fractures/breaks. This is why the trampoline industry got together themselves and came up with safety standards to curb the astounding injury rate so they don't get sued into oblivion. Do what you want. They will go the way of tanning salons soon enough.

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