Guest Service Representative/ Supervisor (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – July 24, 2017
Typical day at work consist of customer confidentiality. Ive learned lots of patience working with different attitudes day today.Management was very helpful.The hardest part was going back to work after being on break from watching the game.The most enjoyable part was meeting new peopled the concerts.
Guest Service Representative (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – July 22, 2017
I enjoy giving the guest exceptional service when they arrive in the ballpark. The guest look to me to answer their questions, participate in picture taking, accept their family stories, interact with them when dancing, singing and cheering.
Free lunches, bobble head, T-shirt give aways. First aid on site. Family like co-workers.
Short breaks, no healthcare, standing on concret long lengths of time.
Productive , fun , and energetic place to work and enjoy yourself at the same time
Guest Services (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – February 15, 2017
A typical day at work is dealing with fans and customers in a fun and positive way with all the energy you can provide to make a fun and challenging game , The enjoyable part of it all is the home run , the win and how the crowd go crazy. The workplace culture is amazing how everyone create a positive vibe and make the environment great for each other to enjoy the event.
Everything (Former Employee) – In the Tunnel – February 12, 2017
It was hard to depart but the decision became easier with the dissatisfaction of management. Some departments, a lot of departments had poor management and still do. The upper management were more supportive than your manager however their jobs are to support their direct reports and you have to follow the chain of command. HR was ineffective and didn't help with most concerns and those that wanted to help couldn't because they were scared for their job security. It just changed for the worst. Best of luck to the team!! I hope things change around there and get better for all the small people working their butts off night and day behind the scenes, you know the people keeping things going.
Free lunch during season, free parking
Short breaks, poor management, poor HR, great upper management but they dont always know whats going on downstairs, clubhouse great, grounds people great, facilities people are so, so.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – January 14, 2017
prep my work area,make sure the store is ready to open up to the fans. Greet the fans and talk about baseball with them. Management is great and understanding. Great co-workers. The commute on the bus and train is sometimes a lot but worth it. All the fans I get too meet and team players family is really exciting.
Batting Practice Pitcher (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – December 21, 2016
The Nationals' full time staff are exactly the type of people you would want to work with: energetic, engaging, and dedicated to doing a good job the right way. The managers care about their employees, and do everything to allow us to do our jobs effectively. In my job, which involves interaction with fans and clients, the best part is knowing that you are helping these people create cherished memories of their time at Nationals Park. To me, there is no better feeling.
Escort customers to desired location (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – October 27, 2016
A typical day for me it start out being exciting and fun.I learned that if you be nice to other they will do the same to you.There's always a supervisor who know how to manage people I had some of the best co-workers that was on my team and i wouldn't change them for the world.Is saying no to a fan when we have a giveaway day.Seeing the smiles on the fans face and how happy they wear when we win a game.
Retail Associate/ Cashier (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – July 18, 2016
i really like my job my co-workers are nice funny and energetic and very helpful my customer come back all the time to visit our store they are really nice and all my manager are nice and very helpful to the employees and i just really like working there
Cook,Food Prep, Cust Excellence Player-Fan Liason (Former Employee) – Viera, FL – January 27, 2016
I truly enjoyed working for the Nationals and their Management. It hopefully gave me some opportunities for the future. As far as meeting the players, working the locker room with them was a once in a lifetime experience I'd say. I would like to work for them again however they are leaving Space Coast Stadium, very very sad. They will be truly missed by many!
Getting to meet the players, coaches and be in a great work atmosphere
Senior Ticket Specialist (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – January 21, 2016
Every day is different depending on if it's a game day or not, if the team won the night before, if we're getting ready for a season ticket holder event or if it's the off-season. The job can be incredibly stressful at times, but if you're a passionate sport fan and can live off of coffee and ballpark food for 6 months at a time, it's worth it!
Grounds Crew (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – December 21, 2015
I love working for a professional baseball organization and my co-workers are a fun group of people to be around. You must be professional at this job because you never know who is watching you. The president and CEO of the Washington Nationals could be watching your every move.
Graduate Communications Intern (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – November 1, 2015
During the baseball season, full time staff is very busy with the day-to-day operations of the front office. Unfortunately, this means they do not always have time to educate interns and seasonal staff.