Want to sing the National Anthem before a Ports game? Fill out the application below to sign-up for this year's auditions! The auditions will take place on Saturday, March 7th from 12:00pm - 2:00pm at Banner Island Ballpark.
Game Day Team Opportunities
Want a fun and exciting part-time job? The Stockton Ports are looking for enthusiastic, friendly, hard-working, service-minded individuals to be part of the 2020 Game Day Team at Banner Island Ballpark! We are now accepting applications for part-time, seasonal employees to fill a variety of roles listed down below. Online applications will be automatically submitted to the Ports, who will review it and contact you in the near future.
Fill out the online Game Day Staff application below and Go Ports! #SeasTheDay
Our ushers and seating area attendants will be responsible for helping direct guests around the ballpark, making sure people are sitting in the correct areas, helping with stadium atmosphere, and crowd behavior. Ushers will be responsible for their specified seating areas and must be outgoing and friendly. Ushers should also be knowledgeable about all promotions going on during each game, and locations of key spots in the ballpark. They must wipe down seats before games and assist in promotions; ushers are not paid to watch the game.
Ticket Takers welcome the fans to Banner Island Ballpark as they enter the stadium. They will be responsible for scanning tickets and must be outgoing and courteous to all fans. Other responsibilities include passing out giveaways, promotional items, and the game day magazines. The staff members in this position will also help enforce the Ports policy of no outside food or beverages. Ticket takers must be familiar with the setup of the ballpark to help direct guests to the correct area.
Ticket office members must be proficient with computers and quick thinkers. Staff members will need to have a thorough understanding of the stadium seating, ticket pricing, will-call, and will be trained in Ports ticket software. Members will be responsible for handling money and therefore must be trustworthy. Members should also have a clear knowledge of the promotions for each game.
Members of the Kid's Zone must have patience and most of all be kid-friendly. This position requires watching over the bounce house, speed pitch, and team slide. The staff needs to be able to manage multiple tasks at once and encourage children to be careful while playing in the Kid's Zone.
Members in the team store should have retail experience and be comfortable handling money and card transactions; therefore staff members should be trustworthy. Other duties include taking inventory, helping fans, and cleaning and organizing the store. At points throughout the game, merchandise store members may be responsible for hawking store items. Customer service is important, as it is in all positions with the Ports. Fan interaction is necessary for both working in the store and making sales in the stands.
Parking attendants are the first person a Ports customer encounters every game. Therefore, attendants must be approachable, enthusiastic, friendly, and willing to offer any necessary help. Parking attendants should have a basic understanding about the setup of the ballpark and also be aware of any promotions going on so that they can share that information with the customers. Duties include handling cash (therefore parking attendants must be trustworthy), selling parking passes, directing traffic, and flagging down cars.
Promo Team Talent
Promo team members must be extremely outgoing, energetic, and willing to participate in skits that include dancing and outrageous behavior. Promo team members will be responsible for keeping the crowd involved during the game and between innings. Members of the promo team will be responsible for signing up all in-between inning contestants. The Promo Team must be willing to make sure every child/person involved in a game always remains safe, and above all, has a positive and FUN experience at Banner Island Ballpark.
Camera/Video Board Ops
The Ports will be utilizing new cameras and new technology in 2020. Camera operators will be responsible for learning the ins and outs of a baseball television and in-stadium broadcast. Position will include a rotation of Camera Operator, Replay Operator, and Video Board Operator. Experience working with cameras/video equipment is preferred.