It's a sweltering summer on Isla Nublar in 1995. After a painstaking interview process and background check, you were one of the lucky few to be accepted to work for Jurassic Park.
You don't know much about the park, not more than anyone else anyway. It was dreamed up and put together about a year ago, by a man named John Hammond, the CEO of a bioengineering company called InGen. Shortly after everything was built, he had a group of famous scientists tour the park, seeking their approval. Everything went along smoothly, aside from the death of one employee. But, after an investigation from the feds and seeing as Doctors Grant, Sattler, and Malcolm gave their approval, the park was officially given the green light a few months ago, and has just recently opened to the public.
You, however, have been living on the island for the past month. The first week-and-a-half was for training purposes, but that's well behind you now and are just beginning to settle into the rhythm of your new job. Most people would be terrified to visit a place like this, let alone work there, but it doesn't bother you. You're separated from the... attractions by 25 feet of metal and 10,000 volts of electricity. Plus, in every single interview he's given about the place, Hammond has emphasized how he's "spared no expense" on the park. You're confident that the park is safe, and besides, you have people to take care of as long as you're here.