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01/04/2017 12:16 PM ET

The Iowa Cubs have employment opportunities in several areas this season for part-time, game-day positions. The Iowa Cubs play 71 home games with the season running from April 11 through August 27. Interested persons should apply at Principal Park during office hours -- 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, or contact the appropriate staff member listed below.

This position will be the driving sales force behind the 50/50 Raffle Program benefiting the Iowa Cubs Foundation.
The ideal candidate will be a punctual, hard-working and an enthusiastic salesperson with excellent communication skills. This employee will be responsible for the nightly sales of raffle tickets to help benefit the charities selected by the Iowa Cubs Foundation.
Send applications to Nic Peters

Attendants will oversee Iowa Cubs' parking lots during home games and the high school baseball state tournament. Attendants work skybox and season ticket pass lots, as well as handle cash for paid lots. The position requires employees to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions with the average shift lasting five hours.
Send applications to Andrew Quillin

Bat boys must be at least 16 years of age and will work before, during and after all Iowa Cubs home games. Bat boys report to the clubhouse manager and also assist Iowa Cubs players and field staff in a variety of duties.
Send applications to Jeff Tilley

Ushers assist all fans with locating their respective seating location within the ballpark, and assist fans by answering questions about the facility and team. Ushers will also assist in keeping Principal Park clean and will work with the management staff to resolve any situation that requires attention. Other related duties may be assigned.
Send applications to Nic Peters

Workers are needed to sell tickets at Iowa Cubs ticket windows at Principal Park during game days. Workers are also needed to serve as ticket takers at entrance gates at Principal Park.
Send applications to Jason Gellis

Non-profit groups seeking to raise funds by working concessions this season at Principal Park should contact Jeremy Armison

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