T-Mobile Park is now hiring for the upcoming Mariners season

Dec 20 2019, 11:33 am

Attention teenagers looking for a summer job, or Seattle Mariners fans who are out on their luck: boy, do we have news for you: T-Mobile Park is currently on the search for part-time and seasonal workers.

If you’re a team player who loves being outdoors, apply to any one of these different roles:

Navigator – Promotions Team Member

Navigators are one of the most important components of every Mariners home game. They represent the Mariners at both T-Mobile park and throughout the community, assisting with on-field and in-park contests, hosting live features, greeting guests, promoting upcoming games, and so much more.

You’ll need to be available to work 20 hours a week (March through September) and be able to move up to 35 pounds. You must have a strong customer focus, strong communication skills, and the ability to work as a part of a team in a fast-paced environment.

Navigators applications require a cover letter and resume, which must be submitted online by 5 pm on January 15, 2020.

Event Staff

Event staff at T-Mobile Park are guest service-oriented people who want to ensure that guests enjoy a safe, clean, and friendly environment. This part-time role continues even when there are no Mariners games scheduled.

Event staff work event security, retail, parking, ticketing, promotions, and attractions at baseball games, concerts, and other special events.

You’ll need to a team player, have the ability to stand for long hours and work long nights, and possess great communication skills. Those selected as event staff will enjoy the following perks: competitive wages, free public transportation, subsidized parking, complimentary tickets to games, and discounts at the concession stands and Mariners Team Stores.

Interested applicants can apply online.

Keyholder – Southcenter Team Store

Those who’ve worked retail know that being a keyholder is a necessary step in the path towards becoming a manager. Start your management career at the Southcenter Team Store, where you’ll be in charge of opening and closing cash registers, executing change runs at the bank, monitoring the store email, evaluating staff, and assisting with training new employees.

You must be able to work on game days, weekends, evenings, nights, and holidays, and must be able to move up to 50 pounds.

As this is a higher position, only those who have had at least a year of keyholder or retail experience will be considered. If this sounds like something you’d like to challenge yourself with, apply¬†online.

Retail Sales Associate – Alderwood Team Store and Bellevue Mariners Team Store

Not as glamorous as the keyholder position, but just as necessary, is the position of retail sales associate. You’ll need to be comfortable approaching guests and completing transactions as one of the main points of contact that customers will be interacting with.

T-Mobile Park is looking for those who can compute basic math, are comfortable learning new point-of-sale systems, and have an excellent customer focus.

If you’re interested and have worked in retail before, apply to the Alderwood Team Store¬†here¬†and the Bellevue Mariners Team Store here.

Seasonal Stock Crew Member

The third players in the retail game are the stockists. You’ll need to be able to help process daily shipments and move them to the sales floor. Yes, this role requires lifting up to 50 pounds.

While no previous retail experience is necessary, it is preferred. You’ll need to be able to tidy the store and be able to access out-of-reach items for guests as necessary.

Interested applicants can apply online.

Warehouse Associate

As a warehouse associate, you’ll have to be able to work like a stockist — minus greeting customers. You have to pick and pack merchandise for all team store locations, as well as help deliver merchandise from Kent to store locations throughout the Puget Sound Area.

Interested applicants can apply online.

Ballpark Event Operations Crew Member

As a crew member for ballpark event operations, you’re in charge of setting up, executing, and breaking down events at the ballpark. You will need to work closely with clients and Front Office departments, as well as supporting the ballpark operations team during games.

In order to be considered for the role, you must be a team player, have excellent communication skills, and be able to work any day of the year.

Interested applicants can apply online.

Diamond Club Stand Host 

This part-time role is perfect for those wanting to work with VIPs. You’ll be managing table rotation at the Diamond Club, which involves running a floor plan, providing friendly guest service, scanning tickets, as well as controlling who gets let into the restricted areas of any events.

Previous restaurant host experience or customer service experience is preferred, but not necessary. You must be able to work in an outdoor work environment and during afternoons, evenings, and weekends, and you must be able to carry and lift up to 20 pounds.

Interested applicants can apply online.

Those wanting to find out more information about these roles can do so at mlb.com.