FORT WAYNE, Ind. - The Fort Wayne TinCaps will be hosting a Job Fair at Parkview Field on Monday, Feb. 19 (5-7 p.m.) and Tuesday, Feb. 20 (5-7 p.m.) in search of part-time and seasonal employees for the 2018 baseball season. Each year the TinCaps hire approximately 600 part-time workers to serve in a variety of roles around Parkview Field, which has been ranked the No. 1 Ballpark Experience in Minor League Baseball four years in a row.
Open positions include:
- Bartender (Must be 21 or older and able to obtain a valid Indiana Alcohol Permit)
- Cleaning Crew (Including third shift positions available)
- Commissary Runner
- Concession Stand Back Counter
- Dish Washer
- Food Runner
- Group Party/VIP Areas
- Specialized Food Cart
- Stand Cashier (Must be 21 or older and able to obtain a valid Indiana Alcohol Permit)
- Vendor (Commission)
- Wait Staff (Must be 21 or older and able to obtain a valid Indiana Alcohol Permit)
Note: Those who have already submitted a 2018 application with the TinCaps don't need to attend.
Applicants are encouraged to print an application to bring to the Job Fair, where they'll have a chance to interview with current TinCaps staff. (Click here to access the application in PDF form.)
Those who cannot make the Job Fair are still welcome to apply online at TinCapsJobs.com or by completing an application and dropping it off at Parkview Field's Administrative Office during business hours.
Candidates must meet age requirements and pass a background check. The TinCaps, a proud equal opportunity employer, are flexible with employee schedules.
Questions can be directed to TinCaps Office Manager/HR Administrator Cathy Tinney (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Opening Night for Parkview Field's 10th season is set for Saturday, April 7 (6:05 p.m.) when the TinCaps host the Lake County Captains (Cleveland Indians). The complete 2018 TinCaps schedule can be found at TinCaps.com. Tickets for all games will go on sale Wednesday, Feb. 21.
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.