More Nats Job Openings
But there are other Nats-related job openings (and no, I'm not talking about the starting rotation jobs), and I'd like to highlight a few of my faves. (Btw, as the Post noted last week, the team is particularly partial to "retirees, because they are dependable, and mothers looking for part-time work. "Parents have those basic skills of patience," a team official said.
If you ever waited for three weeks last year to buy a cup of brew, yes, that's right, it's the employees who need to have those basic skills of patience.
Anyhow, the jobs:
Warehouse Manager: "We are currently seeking a Warehouse Manager for the New Nationals Park in Washington, DC. Duties include but are not limited to: Directs the warehouse and product distribution for a large-scale NFL operation."
Always knew it would be tough to make the transition to a baseball town here. Baby steps.
(And will the Warehouse include "Frozen Ropes?" What the heck is a frozen rope?)
Build a Bear Workshop Employee: We've heard how Build-a-Bear Workshops will have a Nats Park location, which apparently is opening on March 29. MLB.com has said kids will be able to construct their own Racing Presidents, but the job ad says workers will "experience the fun of making teddy bears and of course 'Screech,' the Nationals' mascot.
Seccurity Officers: Yeah, seccurity officers. "We are looking to hire security officers for work ASAP at the Washington Nationals Baseball Stadium." Yeah, Washington Nationals Baseball Stadium. Makes you feel confident in the competency of those who will protect you from rampaging Giant Racing President Heads.
Nat Pack: "Athletes, Dancers, Promotional People, Gymnasts, Cheerleaders and Overall Outstanding Personalities Wanted to Join the Nat Pack." Promotional people? Has Jim Bowden applied? If you google "Promotional people" the second response is "Promotional people bother me sometimes."
"Must be able to perform activities and interact with fans on camera in front of 40,000+ people," says the ad. So at least maybe this will stop Svrluga from harping about a lack of attendance goals. 40k plus would seem to be the goal.
Screech Keepers: Requires "tenacious work ethic."
(Incidentally, Screech Keepers make $7.50 - $8.50 an hour, despite The Post saying last week that new employees were going to make between $9 and $14.)
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