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Beautiful stadium..home of Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals Spring Training. Very physical active job overseeing concessions . Filled in for employee breaks (except for pouring beer..LOL) oversaw inventories and cash receipts at end of day with all stands. Great exercise as I walked between 8-10 miles per day.
productive, a lot of lifting up to 50 pounds , bending walking and standing for long periods of time
been with the company for 5 yrs now, I find it enjoyable, great hours awesome people . the great thing about Aramark you do have room to grow and showcase your skills.
meeting new people
A typical work day involves a morning meeting. Followed by an individual inventory count of all of my concession stands and portable beer stands, then I conduct a meeting with all of my stand managers, I then assign responsibilities to those who are not familiar with concessions and operations. I then check to make sure food levels and equipment are in order. Finally before the event starts I take a head count to make sure I have enough employees to operate each individual stand and I make sure they are in uniform. Then the event begins and from that point on its basically oversight and micromanaging until the end of the event. Which at that time i repeat the final inventory count, verify that with money received and submit all reports. Make sure the stands are cleaned to stadium standards and then I wait till all my employees are gone, lock up and leave.
Supervisory Role and experience
new people every-time and sometimes understaffed and under prepared inventory wise.
Because our location was based at the sports complex for all of the philly teams it was a very fun and enjoyable place to work.
Besides being paid by the event which usually averaged out to about $9.54 an hour there is not much i can say about aramark. They will usually hire u for a seasonal position and basically if you make the cut at the end of the season determines if you maje ut to the next.
It was a fun and very fast paced place to work, especially being a Red Sox fan my whole life, I over seen a Beer stand and a food stand with about 15 people on my stand, but also, would walk around 1the park checking on and assisting other stands
Fun and nostalgic
Sometimes had 2 weeks on and 2 weeks off and seasonal
cool place to work, flexible. Must work all mandatory events even on thanksgiving or christmas. The job could be stressful at times, you need to be able to deal with pressure of thousands of customers.
You get to be at foot ball games, and concerts.
Sometimes you have to work holidays with no holiday pay.
I feel the company is great but also has areas of opportunity. Hourly employees are hard to come by. Supervisors do all the work (in 40 hours/week or less) with very few benefits and Managers just kick their feet up. There is a ton of manual labor. Nevertheless, there are several perks such as being able to meet celebrities and a great work/life balance when there are not many events going on.
Depending on your job title, Aramark can be a friendly second job for some individuals or a good job for a student. Working at a ballpark provided opportunities to view and experience the live experience of being at a stadium.
Parking for events and the price of the parking.
A typical day at Heinz Field was at least a 10-12 hour work day. I enjoyed working there, my coworkers, and the excitement of the customers.
Heinz Field was considerate of my available time due to my full time job.
It was a very lengthy day with issues not always resolved by higher management.
Pirate Games are a very friendly and family oriented environment which makes this job very enjoyable.
A typical work day at PNC Park is never the same twice. It's a very enjoyable place to work. No two days are alike. Variety of employees and customers along with a fast paced day are something I look forward to. Life truly can be a day at the ball park.
They allow me to set my own schedule which is great because I work 40 hours a week at Get Go.
Rain delays and extra innings can make it a very long work day, escpecially after already working 8 hours at Get Go.