Trash Pandas hosting 2024 job fair on Feb. 3

MADISON – The Rocket City Trash Pandas are hiring! Ahead of the fourth season of baseball in 2024, the team will be hosting a job fair at Toyota Field on Saturday, Feb. 3, beginning at 10 a.m.

The Trash Pandas are looking for people with strong energy, passion, and enthusiasm to work at both Trash Pandas home games and non-baseball events at Toyota Field to help create the best ballpark experience in Minor League Baseball.

Many positions are available for a wide variety of skillsets throughout all departments at Toyota Field, including:

  • Food and Beverage (Bartenders, Cooks, Concessions, Suite Attendants)
  • Ushers and Ticket Takers
  • Promotions Staff and Performers
  • In-Venue Amusements Staff
  • Box Office Ticket Sellers
  • Production Staff
  • Merchandise Sales Associates
  • Parking Lot Attendants
  • Security Staff
  • Guest Services
  • Grounds Crew

Interested candidates must be at least 16 years of age with legal work status. During the job fair, applicants will have the chance to interview for a maximum of three (3) positions. Each interview will take about 5-10 minutes. Individuals who are not hired for one of their top three positions could be offered a role in a different department.

All applicants MUST have a completed job application prior to being interviewed. The application can be downloaded and filled out in advance by CLICKING HERE, and there will also be forms available on-site. Job preference sheets will be available for those interviewing for multiple positions.

The Trash Pandas open the 2024 season on Tuesday, April 9 against the Birmingham Barons. Toyota Field will also play host to additional baseball games this spring, including Auburn vs. Troy on March 12 and Alabama vs. Belmont on March 26. All information can be found at trashpandasbaseball.com

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