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Food and Beverage: Server/Concessions
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 The Washington Wild Things are looking to hire for the following part-time, seasonal positions: 


Stand Leaders: The Concessions Stand Leader is responsible for the game day operations of concession stands at Wild Things Park, including ensuring that the stands are operating efficiently and that inventory levels are controlled. Stand Leaders are expected to ensure that the staff provides the customer with "wildly outrageous customer service". This includes greeting the customer, welcoming them, and assisting them with a smile. This person will direct approximately 7-10 game-day food service employees including cashiers, runners, and cooks. He/she is also responsible for maintaining proper inventory levels at the concession stands throughout the event, reconciling inventory counts, and proper rotation of product at the conclusion of the event. Stand Leaders are responsible for setup, cleaning, sanitation and closing of workstation and area.  Ability to work in an extremely fast-paced environment is necessary. Stand Leaders will report to the Food and Beverage Supervisors. This is a part-time seasonal position. The season runs from May through mid-September, and this employee is expected to work a majority of the baseball games (47 games per year) and any other events held at the facility over the course of the year. This schedule varies and includes nights, weekends, and holidays. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age in order to serve alcoholic beverages.
 
Stand Cook: Cooks are responsible for the preparation and production of food items on the hot line. Candidates will use grills, fryers, and flat tops daily. Cooks must handle preparation and production of food items on the hot line. They are responsible for setup, cleaning, sanitation and closing of workstation and area. The Concessions Stand Cook reports directly to the Concession Stand Leaders. Previous experience strongly preferred. Ability to work in an extremely fast-paced environment is necessary. Cooks must have the ability to operate kitchen equipment safely such as fryers, knives, etc. Knowledge of proper sanitation techniques is essential. This is a part-time seasonal position. The season runs from May through mid-September, and this employee is expected to work a majority of the baseball games (47 games per year) and any other events held at the facility over the course of the year. This schedule varies and includes nights, weekends, and holidays. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age in order to operate the grills, fryers, and flat tops. 
 
Stand Cashiers: Cashiers are expected to provide the guests with "wildly outrageous customer service". This includes greeting the customer, welcoming them, and assisting them with a smile. She/he will be responsible for operating and balancing a cash register. Cashiers must be able to accurately take the guests orders and fulfill them, if necessary.  He/she will also assist with pre-stocking and post-stocking the stands. Cashiers will assist the Stand Leaders with the setup, cleaning, sanitation and closing of workstation and area. Ability to work in an extremely fast-paced environment is necessary.  Cashiers will report to the Stand Leaders. This is a part-time seasonal position. The season runs from May through mid-September, and this employee is expected to work a majority of the baseball games (47 games per year) and any other events held at the facility over the course of the year. This schedule varies and includes nights, weekends, and holidays. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age in order to serve alcoholic beverages.
 
Stand Runners: The Concessions Stand Runners are responsible for assisting the cashiers by fulfilling the guests’ orders. Runners must provide the customer with "wildly outrageous customer service".  He/she will assist with pre-stocking and post-stocking the concession stands. Stand Runners will assist the Stand Leaders with the setup, cleaning, sanitation and closing of workstation and area. Ability to work in an extremely fast-paced environment is necessary.  Stand Runners will report directly to the Stand Leader. This is a part-time seasonal position. The season runs from May through mid-September, and this employee is expected to work a majority of the baseball games (47 games per year) and any other events held at the facility over the course of the year. This schedule varies and includes nights, weekends, and holidays. 
 
Pizza Cook: The Pizza Cook is responsible for the preparation and baking of pizzas for Wild Things Park. This position will require an individual to provide many pizzas within a short period of time during events. This will also require an individual with excellent time management and organizational skills. The Pizza Cook reports to the Food and Beverage Supervisors.  This is a part-time seasonal position. The season runs from May through mid-September, and this employee is expected to work a majority of the baseball games (47 games per year) and any other events held at the facility over the course of the year. This schedule varies and includes nights, weekends, and holidays.
 
Suite Servers: Suite Servers provide wildly outrageous customer service to patrons at the suite level during all events at the facility. They will assist with suite set-up, procuring food and beverage orders, delivering food, and suite clean-up at the conclusion of the event. As one of the front-line customer service employees, suite servers must be professional, helpful, and enthusiastic to excel at this job. The suite server reports directly to the Food Services Managers. This is a part-time seasonal position. The season runs from May through mid-September, and this employee is expected to work a majority of the baseball games (47 games per year) and any other events held at the facility over the course of the year. This schedule varies and includes nights, weekends, and holidays. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age in order to serve alcoholic beverages. 
 
Suite Attendants: Suite Attendants provide positively outrageous customer service to patrons at the suite level during all events at the facility. They will assist the Suite Server with suite set-up, maintaining food buffets, and suite clean-up at the conclusion of the event. As one of the front-line customer service employees, suite attendants must be professional, helpful, and enthusiastic to excel at this job. The suite attendant reports directly to the Food Services Managers. This is a part-time seasonal position. The season runs from May through mid-September, and this employee is expected to work a majority of the baseball games (47 games per year) and any other events held at the facility over the course of the year. This schedule varies and includes nights, weekends, and holidays. 
 
Suite Cooks: Suite cooks are responsible for the preparation and production of food items for the suites. Cooks will use grills, fryers, flat tops, and ovens daily. They are responsible for setup, cleaning, sanitation and closing of workstation and area. Suite Cooks must accurately fulfill the suite orders and present the food in a professional looking way. Suite Cooks will also be responsible for preparing baked goods for in-game promotions.  The Suite Cooks report directly to the Food Services Managers. Previous experience strongly preferred. Ability to work in an extremely fast-paced environment is necessary. Cooks must have the ability to operate kitchen equipment safely such as fryers, knives, etc. Knowledge of proper sanitation techniques is essential. This is a part-time seasonal position. The season runs from May through mid-September, and this employee is expected to work a majority of the baseball games (47 games per year) and any other events held at the facility over the course of the year. This schedule varies and includes nights, weekends, and holidays. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age in order to operate the grills, fryers, and flat tops. 
 
Food Portable Worker: Game day portable workers are responsible for different functions within the portables as outlined below (these are examples):
-- Pretzel Cart- Responsible for procuring pretzels from one of the main stands. Responsible for selling canned beer in a manner according to Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board guidelines. Operate cash register. 
-- Bartender/Beer Wagon- Responsible for preparing frozen mixed drink and selling draft and canned beer in a manner according to Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board guidelines. Operate cash register.
-- Nacho Cart- Responsible for preparing walking tacos and nachos according to customer’s expectations. Operate cash register. 



All portable positions are expected to service the customer with "wildly outrageous customer service". This includes greeting the customer, welcoming them, and assisting them with a smile. The Portables Staff reports directly to the Food and Beverage Supervisors. This is a part-time seasonal position. The season runs from May through mid-September, and this employee is expected to work a majority of the baseball games (47 games per year) and any other events held at the facility over the course of the year. Applicants must be 18 years old to serve beer and to prepare and serve mixed drinks.

Qualified candidates for all positions must be creative, enthusiastic, self-motivated, detail-oriented, and outgoing individuals that truly enjoy having FUN. Must be able to work flexible hours including day, evening, weekend and holiday hours. Must arrive at work properly dressed - cleaned and pressed! Tattoos and jewelry should be in accordance with the Wild Things policy manual. 
Candidates should have the ability to be on their feet for extended periods of time while carrying up to 50 pounds and ability to work in outdoor elements.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. 

Job Questions:

  1. How did you hear about this job?

  2. Which position are you interested in? (i.e, Stand Leader, Stand Cook, Cashier, Runner, Suite Waitress, Suite Attendant, Suite Cook)

  3. Have you been referred by a current employee? If so, who?

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