Friday, February 21, 2014
Are you an outgoing person who enjoys helping people, working outdoors, and happen to be seeking a part-time job?
The Charleston RiverDogs’ annual Job Fair, where interested folks may apply for gameday staff positions that include ticket takers, ushers, ID checkers, parking attendants, cleanup crew, and the Kids Zone’s operators with the Class-A affiliate of the New York Yankees, will be held at Riley Park on March 8 from 9 a.m. until noon.
Fans who come to Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park for Charleston RiverDogs games enjoy a multitude of experiences that range from quality baseball, tasty food and thirst-quenching beverages, fun time with family and friends, fresh air and much, much more. They also expect first-rate service while at the park.
The RiverDogs are seeking those first-rate people who want to contribute to fans’ positive experience at The Joe as a member of the friendly, hard-working staff of the RiverDogs.
“We simply couldn’t do what we do to make The Joe such a great place to catch a baseball game without our hard-working gameday staff,” RiverDogs General Manager Dave Echols said. “Our employees fully embrace what it means to be a RiverDogs staff member, and it shows through every day in how hard they work to uphold it.”
Lowcountry residents now have the opportunity to not just simply fill a gameday position, but also to help fans enjoy everything that makes being at Riley Park special on a nightly basis.
For more information on the gameday staff Job Fair, contact Ben Abzug at email@example.com or at 723-7241. However, the RiverDogs request that those interested attend the Job Fair to apply. Resumes will not be accepted in advance.
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