Have you ever wanted to work in baseball? Now is your chance. The Colorado Springs Sky Sox will be holding a job fair where interested candidates will be able to interview for part-time, summer positions in a variety of areas. The job fair is scheduled for Saturday, March 11 and will be held from 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM in the Security Service Field Banquet Hall.
The job fair will be for those candidates interested in applying and interviewing for positions in the following areas:
Stadium Staff: Ushers, Ticket Takers, and Parking Attendants
Retail: Cashiers and Vendors
Ticket Window Reps: Cashiers
Fun Zone: Supervisors, Fun Zone/Game Attendants
Promotions: On-field and Front Gate Entertainment Assistants
Production: Behind the scenes video production and management
Batboys: Includes pre- and post-game equipment work, plus in-game dugout duties
Grounds Crew: On-Field maintenance workers
Concessions: Concession Stand Staff, Food Prep/Stocking, and Vendors
Concessions: In-Stand Food/Beverage Sales Vendors
Catering: Suite Attendant, Servers, and Food Prep/Stocking
Catering: Picnic Terrace Food Service and Bar Servers
All positions are game-day-only positions, requiring night and weekend commitments throughout the 2017 baseball season - approximately 15-20 days per month - April through September. Applicants must be able to work nights and weekends. Those people working on a game day need to be at the stadium approximately 1 ½ or 2 hours before game time. Applicants must also be at least 16 years of age but some positions do require candidates to be over 18 years of age. A neat and clean appearance is required for Security Service Field employees at all times and first-rate customer service skills are a must for all positions.
The 30th season of Sky Sox Baseball begins April 6, 2017. For information about the Sky Sox and the 2017 season at Security Service Field, please call (719) 597-1449 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Get the latest Sky Sox news on Facebook or follow the team on Twitter at @skysox.
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