The Creative Services Intern reports to the Director of Video Operations and the Digital Media Manager and will be responsible for assisting them in areas such as, but not limited to, shooting and editing video and photo content for social media, working with the communications department to assist with marketing needs for the team, and operating camera, graphics and replay for live television production. Interns will average 40 hours per week.
Interns produce live video broadcasts for the stadium video boards, live television and closed-circuit TVs inside Principal Park. Interns rotate positions among camera operators, director, replay operator and graphics coordinator. Four camera operators and four control room personnel work every home game.
Process all walk-up, internet and phone ticket orders, exchanges, and other transactions. Provide customer service in all areas and answer questions from ticket holders regarding ticket policy, digital ticketing issues, game schedule, and promotions. Develop and market group ticket and skybox sales. Assist with game-day duties including event setup and in-game promotions. Provide assistance for birthday parties, special projects, and theme nights as needed. Interns will develop an understanding of ticketing systems, digital ticketing, ticketing strategy and policies, and customer service.
Group ticket sales interns will assist in all aspects of group sales which will include, but are not limited to, selling of tickets to customers in need of 25+ tickets, selling picnic and birthday packages and working with our concessionaire to ensure the picnic order is correct for that day's game. Develop and market group sales, assist in game-day duties, fill in at ticket windows during walk-up, and any other duties that may arise.
The Sales and Marketing Intern reports to the Marketing Manager and will be responsible for assisting the Sales and Marketing departments in areas such as, but not limited to, execution of corporate sponsor activations, updating and maintaining marketing assets, documenting elements of corporate partner agreements, creating Proof of Performance materials, and developing content across Iowa Cubs social media platforms. Interns will average 40 hours per week, including traditional office work and game day responsibilities.
Are you creative, friendly, organized, and have an attention-to-detail? We are looking for professional minded individuals who excel in customer service. This position includes but not limited to; providing excellent customer service, establishing professional relationships with our fans and co-workers, driving revenue through the sale of merchandise; both in store and online,
This individual will also learn different aspects of the back end operations of retail such as handling social media accounts, visual merchandising and displays, creating ideas in design, as well as assisting in the ordering of merchandise, inventory, and reporting. Must be able to lift at least 50 pounds and spend a majority of the shift on your feet. The intern will report to the Director of Merchandise, Lisa Hufford. Please send your resume with cover letter to Lisa Hufford
Are you looking for a part-time position in a fun environment? We are looking for professional minded individuals who excel in customer service, and have an attention-to-detail. The part-time position would average about 20 hours a week, exclusively during games. Please note the season starts March 31, 2023 and goes until September 17, 2023.
This position will be responsible for the following:
- Greeting customers
- Good communication skills
- Open to learning
- Knowledge of Merchandise
- Completing sales transactions
- Pricing, folding, restocking merchandise
- Maintaining cleanliness and organization of the store
- Providing a memorable experience
- Upbeat and outgoing personality
- Friendly sales driven spirit
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Please email your resume to Lisa Hufford at [email protected], and mention the part time position.
Centerplate, the Iowa Cubs’ food service provider, is hiring part-time employees for the 2023 season! Positions to be filled include: Cashiers, Prep, Runners and Cooks.
Applicants can make $17/hr or more depending on previous experience. Hours will be built around the Iowa Cubs’ home baseball schedule. Resumes can be sent to Ryan Castel via the link below:
Looking for full, part time and substitute ushers.
Ushers assist all fans with locating their respective seat location within the ballpark, and answering questions about the facility and team. Ushers work to keep Principal Park clean and communicate with management staff to resolve any situation that requires attention. Other related duties may be assigned. For more information, and to apply, please contact 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.
All applicants must be fully vaccinated.
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Attendants will oversee Iowa Cubs' parking lots during home games and special stadium events. Attendants work skybox and pass lots, as well as process payments. The position requires employees to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions with the average shift lasting five hours. For more information: