Disney World is a very guest-focused resort, and everything they do strives to make the guests’ experience top of the line. This includes making their hotel room a home away from home. Mousekeepers are responsible for that.

Mousekeepers perform housekeeping duties for Disney resort hotels including cleaning the rooms, making the beds, vacuuming, dusting, and replenishing linens, amenities, and supplies that guests use.

They are also on the front lines of the guest experience and will interact with guests on a daily basis, so they must be well-versed in directions and all things Disney World so as to answer questions that guests might ask.

This is a very important job, and Disney is looking for new Mousekeepers to join the team!

Become a Mousekeeper and get a sign on bonus!

Become a Mousekeeper and get a sign on bonus!

Become a Mousekeeper!

Disney is holding a hiring event on Tuesday February 13th and Wednesday February 14th from 8am to 7pm and 8 am to 5pm respectively at the Casting Center (1515 Lake Buena Vista Drive). Interviews are open to the public, and interested candidates can apply onsite. Disney will interview on the spot, and there’s a chance you could be hired right away. Full-time and part-time positions are available starting at $10.50 per hour.

To apply, you must be at least 18 years old and be comfortable lifting heavy objects and working with chemicals. You should have open availability days, nights, weekends and holidays for shifts beginning as early as 5am and ending as late as 3, 4, or 5am. Part-time applicants must be available at least three days per week, and those who are bilingual will be given preference. Applicants should have at least one year of housekeeping experience.

Once hired, you must complete Disney Traditions. You’ll then start your work cleaning up to 14 rooms per day. If you work continuously for 30 days, you may be eligible for a $1,250 sign on bonus!

Apply Online!

If this sounds like a great opportunity but can’t make it to the hiring event, you can apply online here! If you do plan to go to the event, you can also apply ahead of time and save some time once you arrive.

Would you like to work for Disney World?