go to the stadium, get your security cart and get location to help with cars, cash takers at gates.Have a great security command post, and keeps up going on in and out of the ballpark. it is like running a small city
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – October 3, 2017
The people were great to work with. They are very friendly. I learned what is required behind the scenes of the ballpark. The hardest part of the job is standing in one place for several hours and not being able to see what was going on in the game(working at the gate). I enjoyed meeting the people that came in to the park from all over the world and how excited they were to be able to come to a game.
Very loose and fun work environment. I love everything about it besides the pay. As a former baseball player I love learning about the field maintenance. The hardest part of the job is the long hours on rainy days.
Marketing and Promotions Representative (Current Employee) – Arlington, TX – March 29, 2017
Being part of the ballpark experience is unsurpassed. Managment is great and co-workers are great to work with. Typical days are to help setup the ballpark with regards to all marketing and promotional materials.
Season Ticket Operations (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – March 28, 2017
Fast paced environment with high demands and stiff competition for all jobs. Longer hours during the season, but great atmosphere to work in. This job places you right in the middle of the baseball world.
During my short time working for the Texas Rangers baseball foundation, I have met some wonderful people who I enjoy working for and with. I have made a great influence on them and set a high stand for myself and for my fellow coworkers.
discounted Rangers tickets and discounts at the team store