Fancy watching a football (or any other sports match) for free? Well, you can make a career out of working as a stadium attendant.
The work of a person in this position includes performing general and specific stadium maintenance duties, to ensure that the premises remain clean at all times.
The work is challenging in the sense that there is a lot of physical effort required, but if you like working outdoors, this may be the right job for you.
Working as a stadium attendant will require you to possess a high school diploma or a GED equivalent at the very least. If you have held a similar job before, even if in a summer job capacity, you will be considered a good person to hire.
When applying for this position, you will need to convince the hiring manager that you have the skills necessary to do the job, including the ability to use pertinent tools and equipment for cleaning and maintenance purposes, and knowledge of basic rules of major sports.
You might be asked to perform your work duties while a game is in progress, or you may be required to handle the aftermath of the game. Or you may be rotated in both these areas, which is why you should know how to perform your work duties under all circumstances.
To see what you will be doing while working as a stadium attendant, have a look at the following list:
Stadium Attendant Duties & Responsibilities
• Maintain fields designated for various sports activities, ensuring that grounds are well-kept, and maintained.
• Perform aerating, seeding, fertilizing, and watering activities on assigned stadium grounds.
• Collect trash and debris, and ensure that it is properly disposed of, according to the procedures outlined by the management.
• Plan sod, and rolls, and perform leveling duties, as instructed by the supervisor.
• Maintain the cleanliness of the stadium areas outside, by disposing of trash, removing graffiti, and handling snow removal activities.
• Prepare fields for various sporting events, by marking them according to the instructions provided by team coaches.
• Perform cleaning, maintenance, and sanitization of locker rooms, lavatories, and offices, according to provided instructions.
• Oversee the preventative and regular maintenance of stadium equipment and machinery.
• Repair, maintain and calibrate scoreboards, and time clocks, to ensure that they run optimally during the times that games are in progress.
• Store, use, transport, and dispose of cleaning and maintenance supplies, according to the specific directions provided by the supervisor.
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