Football Game Student Worker
Department - Athletics
Number of Positions: 30
The Football Game Student Worker in the Department of Athletics is a one-semester part-time position. All student employees are hired on a semester basis.
Salary: $7.25 per hour
Expectation of Time: 6-8 hours per home game
Employment Dates: Fall 2020
- Work various tasks on home Football game days to include working the ticket gates, acting as a stadium usher, and monitoring entrances to various on site locations
- Game day experience preferred but not required
- Must be punctual
- Must show enthusiasm
- Willing to perform job for the duration of the assignment
Interested applicants can complete and submit the interest form at the following link: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=jgFBWKQgw0azxOrTxcj-XfJIwiNQNL9JmrkwPFS_tnpUOUE4MTVZVEY0TkgxRVE5MlZNSUEwTFdIRC4u
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