Ambassadors Will Help Fans With Directions, Information
Mar 10, 2010 9:30 am US/Central
The Cubs are looking for a few good men and women to be ambassadors at Wrigley Field.
The job would require the ambassador to help the Wrigley faithful as they enter the stadium during Cubs games. They would help people who needed help with directions to the ballpark, where to park, what’s available to eat, and other questions.
The Cubs are planning to hire 25 to 30 people. The pay is yet to be determined, the Cubs say.
Cubs Director of Fan Experiences Jahaan Blake told cubs.com she is looking for “friendly, energetic, happy people who are fans of baseball,” and who are “genuinely nice and will help others.”
You don’t need to be a Cubs fawn, but some knowledge of baseball is helpful.
The part-time job requires someone who is flexible and can handle odd hours – including nights and weekends – and be available both game days and non-game days.
Not all the ambassadors will work at Wrigley Field. Some may spend the day at the ‘L’ stop to interview fans attending the games and make sure they don’t have problems getting to Wrigley, according to cubs.com.
And the Cubs emphasize that you’re not getting paid to watch the game.
For more information, click here and scroll to “Wrigley Field Ambassadors.” You must submit a résumé to the Human Resources/Ambassador Program, either via fax at (773) 404-4742, or e-mail at email@example.com.