A primary purpose of the Pensacola Blue Wahoos is to provide meaningful employment and training and career development to all of its staff, whether in full-time, training, seasonal-part-time or internship positions.
Our website is the primary resource to learn of opportunities with us. We do not maintain files for applications received when there are not openings, and when openings occur, they are promptly posted and then applications are received and considered.
Full-Time Positions: The full-time staff is quite small, so there are relatively few positions. Applications for all current openings are available through the blue "View/Apply For All Available Positions" button above.
Trainee Positions: Applications are considered in the summer and fall for positions starting in January and continuing until the end of the baseball season. Current departmental openings are available through the blue button above.
Seasonal Part-Time Positions: Applications are received in person at our announced job fair dates in the fall of each year. When the dates are determined, they are promptly posted on our website. Interested applicants should come to the interview session with information sufficient to complete an application with contact information for themselves, their last several employers, and the dates of those employment (starting month and year and ending month and year) prepared to interview for positions.
Interns: These are unpaid positions as required of the students by their colleges or university; we require interns to be part of such a program with their college or university. Interested applicants should email their resume and interest starting in July for the semesters starting in the following January or spring. We do not have internships for the fall semester.
For More Information: Please contact our front office or 850-934-8444.
This link leads to the machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.