South Bend Cubs Hosting Job Fair

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(photo courtesy South Bend Cubs) (photo courtesy South Bend Cubs)
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The South Bend Cubs will Saturday host the first of two job fairs at Four Winds Field. The team is looking to fill a variety of game day positions in eight departments.

The job fair will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m at the ballpark. Front office staff members will be on hand to conduct immediate interviews and attendees are encouraged to fill out the job application in advance.

The available positions include:

  • Custodial Services
  • Fun Zone
  • Fun Zone Leader
  • Gameday Ambassadors (Blue Crew)
  • Hospitality Host (Usher)
  • Mascot
  • Merchandise / Team Store
  • Parking Lot Attendants
  • Speed Pitch & Plinko Operators
  • Ticket Seller
  • Ticket Taker
  • Video Production Team
  • Bartender
  • Cash Manager
  • Concession / Port Cashier and Runner
  • Concession Stand Lead / Port Manager
  • Kitchen Cooks / Prep
  • Venue Server
  • Wait Staff / Server
  • Warehouse

You can find applications and detailed descriptions of each position by clicking here.

"Our organization has seen a tremendous amount of success over the last six years and much of that success is in part to our gameday team members," said Vice President and General Manager Nick Brown. "We would not have won Ballpark of the Year, Organization of the Year or broken the franchise attendance record each of the last four years without our friendly and dedicated staff.

The second job fair will take place February 10 during the same time at Four Winds Field.

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