One of things that you want to avoid when doing this blog is becoming a propaganda outlet for the M's, but at the same time, you do have to post a few things here and there when you think they are relevant or necessary.
This is one of those times. In these economic times, lots of people are looking for work or supplemental earnings and the Mariners do have some opportunities for summer employment. Will you make as much in one summer as Erik Bedard gets paid to pitch in one game for the Mariners? Not even close. But if you are looking feel free to check the information below.
MARINERS HOST JOB FAIR TO HIRE SAEFCO FIELD STAFF FOR 2009 BASEBALL SEASON 150 positions open for part-time, seasonal jobs
The Seattle Mariners are preparing to host a job fair to hire approximately 150 people to perform a variety of jobs at Safeco Field on game days. The positions start at $8.55 or more an hour for 10-20 hours of work per week from April through September.
Positions range from seating hosts, elevator operators, ticketing staff, parking attendants, Team Store clerks and ballpark security. There are also a number of openings in the Fielders program specifically for high school and college age students. The work for all positions is primarily nights and weekends during Mariners home games.
Beginning February 24, those interested in applying for a job at the ballpark must call the Safeco Field Job Hotline at 206-346-4006 to set up times for interviews. The interviews will be conducted March 10-11.
"Jobs at Safeco Field during the Mariners baseball season are perfect for retired folks, teachers, college students, anyone with nights and weekends available during the season," said Marianne Short, Seattle Mariners Vice President Human Resources. "These are all customer service positions and we are looking for people that enjoy being at the ballpark and are motivated to provide the high-level of customer service our fans have come to expect at Safeco Field."
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