Guest Services Representative (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – February 6, 2019
Its a seasonal job, mostly at night and during the weekends. You have to be able to stand and walk for long hours. You also have to really enjoy to be surrounded for a lot of people. You have to be patient and willing to repeat the same information and/or directions over and over again.
Stadium operations (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – January 17, 2019
I was able to set up baseball games and go to media events. At the end of the year i was also able to see the Padres play the Yankees in the World Series. As a blessing too i also saw the Charges play over at Qualcom Stadium
Account Specialist, Membership Services (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 2, 2018
Plan on making 50-100 cold calls a day to turn single game ticket buyers into season ticket holders. Most time spent on phone and running appointments to convert people. It's a busy job but if you do well in the beginning there is room for advancement.
Membership Services Account Specialist & Team Lead (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – June 7, 2018
My time with the Padres definitely provided me incredible opportunities, but there was limited growth and innovation available. The company is stuck in their ways and doesn't allow much room for development and process build out.
Security Officer (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 17, 2018
This is a company that cares about the work environment and employees. Great benefit and awesome that you get to go to games. Am able to work enough t provide for my family and still have time to spend with them.
IT Software Engineer (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – April 26, 2018
Everyone is friendly and they are ready to help each other out. No one has strict work rules, they are flexibile to try and fill each other in order to help. Appreciation and encouragement i what i like the most.
Workers Compensation and Risk Management Coord. (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 23, 2018
Working for the San Diego Padres was one of the greatest experiences of my working career. During my time working in Major League Baseball, I was able to visit old Yankee stadium prior to closure. I worked with many great colleagues.
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – February 21, 2018
fun place to work you get to watch a lot of baseball but there are positions where you sit in an elevator ...but there is rotation to keep you from becoming bored/stale...management is very reasonable except that they want you available for almost every home game ...Note you will not work every game until you have several years experience ...there is a union and dues ...i never had to deal with any of that side of it...you do get time for lunch but it may be a bit of a walk to get to the lunchroom (there are two) and it was not free when i worked there (lot cheaper than the fans pay)
i would re-apply for the job if my situation allows sadly right now i work at the other end of the county
outside a lot, free pro baseball, most co-workers are truly nice folks
it is in downtown SD so you may fight traffic to/from work, after late night games the area is kind of sketchy
Pitcher (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – January 17, 2018
A great way to make a living, if you've got the talent and can stay healthy. Perhaps the biggest thing is to stay healthy, since often it's not the best that make it, but the ones who can keep playing.
Event Operations (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 17, 2017
It was a great place to work, fun environment and learned a lot while working there. Opportunity to move up, but it depends on the department that you are in. Always something new happening at the stadium and a great company to work for.