South Bend Cubs To Hold Job Fair

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The South Bend Cubs will host a job fair on Saturday, February 16 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Pepsi Stadium Club at Four Winds Field. They are looking to fill game day positions across eight departments.

Some of the available positions include game day ambassador, ticket seller, hospitality host, parking attendant, custodial services, team store employee, concessions team member, and more.

This year, an online job application will be available. All applications will be reviewed by the South Bend staff and those whose qualifications coincide with a position will be contacted to set up an interview.

Although an online form is encouraged, the job fair is open to the public and walk up interviews will still be conducted. 

"Our game day staff is pivotal to what we do here in South Bend," South Bend Cubs Vice President and General Manager Nick Brown said in a news release. "We rely heavily on the leadership and diligent work ethic they show every game. With this being our All-Star summer, we need All-Stars working around the ballpark too. If you are passionate, energetic, and customer service focused, we would love to have you." 

Job seekers can fill out an application and find more information by clicking here.

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