Among the various summer internships and game staff positions offered by the Alexandria Aces to provide the best fan experience each night at Frank Mann Field at Four Mile Run Park, three in particular remain vacant as of February 29th. Interested personnel from the local area are especially encouraged to apply. These positions are only required for scheduled home games.
The Concession Stand Coordinators set up and operate the Aces Concession Stand located adjacent to the Press Box behind home plate. These coordinators: 1) arrange for the delivery or, most likely, pickup of the hot food items (e.g. hot dogs, hamburgers, pizza); 2) run the concession stand; and 3) maintain the inventory of all items offered such as drinks, chips, and candy. Upwards of two personnel are required each game to complete all of the tasks and provide proper coverage of the stand. One of these coordinators will need their own transportation if pickup of the hot food items is required either before each game or during a game if the hot food inventory runs low.
The Post Game Meal Coordinator arranges the menu and the delivery or pickup and set up of the Aces post game meal. Reestablished in 2015, the post game meal is either home cooked by one of the Aces fans or purchased by the Aces from a local dining establishment. This coordinator can be dual-hatted as one of the Concession Stand Coordinators provided they have their own transportation available to pickup any meals provided by a local establishment prior to the conclusion of the game.
Finally, the Aces are looking for an Official Scorer who not only understands how to properly score a baseball game manually, but is comfortable with scoring the game on the computer, in this case, via Pointstreak. The Official Scorer is required to arrive at the ballpark at least 1 hour prior to game time. Duties include: 1) inserting the starting lineups into the Pointstreak scoring software as provided by the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League (CRCBL); 2) keeping the detailed “live scoring” of the game that is accessible via the CRCBL website; and 3) properly closing out each game at the conclusion of the contest. Past experience as an assigned Official Scorer is not required. Access to a laptop to load Pointstreak is a plus. Of all the Game Day positions, this is most critical as the Official Scorer creates the statistical record that become the historical recap of the CRCBL and impacts player selection to the CRCBL All-Star Game, All League Team and All College Summer Baseball League Teams, in addition to populating professional baseball databases. Official Scorers will be required to complete formal computer-based training on Pointstreak prior to the start of the CRCBL season.
If interested in these or any of the other vacant internships, please contact General Manager Lou Nolan at firstname.lastname@example.org.