The ticketing assistant will work closely with the Front Office to assist with individual and season ticket inquiries, general telephone questions, walk-in appointments, and create an efficient and friendly environment for all fans. Individuals will receive hands-on training of the team’s online ticketing system and assist with daily operations of the ticket office.
Requires ability to work flexible schedule, including nights and weekends. Comfortable interacting with all levels within the organization as well as outside contacts. Strong time management and attention to detail. Internship hours can be applied toward college credit.
The Everett AquaSox are looking for game day team members of all ages to fill a wide variety of positions at Funko Field for the 2024 season.
Our goal is to provide affordable family entertainment and excellent customer service to every guest who walks through our gates. Do you have what it takes to help create the best fan experience in baseball?
All those interested in working with the AquaSox this season must be at least 16 years old and able to work the majority of the AquaSox 66 home games.
Day of Game Staff Orientation (Funko Field)
*Saturday, March 30 - 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Professional Sports Catering (PSC) is hiring friendly concessions stand attendants to join their team at Funko Field.
Current open positions include: cashiers, runners, cooks, bartenders, waiter/waitress, warehouse attendant and concession supervisors.
How to access your schedule and clock into your shift
- Log In with provided username and password
- Select Employee Portal
- Click Schedule on left hand side
- Check to see when you are working (may need to scroll through dates to see all shifts)
If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Front Office at 425-258-3673 or contact your supervisor directly.
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