I have a question for you awesome CM MouseWaiters.
I WAS going to be patient and wait until attractions had a posting again to apply; but due to my hours being cut at my current job, I cannot afford to be picky (literally) anymore. So I am going to apply for a position outside of attractions I think.
My question is: how long do I have to wait to transfer departments? What about within one department, but to a different area?
If you want to transfer, you will have to wait until your "probation" period is up (about 100 days) to transfer to a different department (also depends on that department's availability of open spaces for CMs). For transferring to a different area within your department, you will have to talk with your manager(s) to see what is available at the moment. - BaseballMickey_CM
2817.7 #16 2:18PM
Dept transfers at least a year. - Froggyfriends
242.7 #1071 1:10PM
I went for an interview this past Monday for "vacation planner" which is ticket window. During the application process u r asked for alternatives and I selected attractions. During my interview I was asked the order of priority an was told Id be on the wait list for both until the number of available positions were finalized. I was advised that I could transfer after 4 months. I was a little shocked its just 4 months. Good luck. - CM_Tamstirr
314.8 #541 1:11PM
Yup. Four very quick months. and the you put in a request to transfer and its just a waiting game until the next available position - BlackPearlMermaid
48.7 #3773 2:09PM
120 days is when your probation is over then you can transfer or cross train, thats what I've been told - CMallyg92
79.7 #3276 2:36PM
Thanks guys! 😊 As a general aside, am I correct in assuming its a bit easier to transfer to attractions then to apply straight into it from outside because that's what so many people wait for? - rebray10
245.1 #1051 3:23PM