Chattanooga Lookouts Announce 2014 Job Fair

Thursday, February 20, 2014

The Chattanooga Lookouts will be hosting their annual job fair at AT&T Field this Saturday, from 9 a.m. to noon.  Last year, the team hired over 100 game day employees at this event. 

“Our job fair is one of the most important events we will host all season,” said Lookouts General Manager Rich Mozingo.  “Our game day staff interacts with our fans at every game and they are integral to our goal of providing a unique and memorable game day experience.

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Prospective employees, 16 years of age or older, will be able to interview on Saturday for one of the many positions that are available.

Open positions include:

Ticket Sellers               Suite Servers

Ticket Ushers               Club Servers

Bat Boys                      Grill Cooks

Ticket Takers               Suite Cooks

Picnic Servers              Gift Shop Attendants

Concessions                 Mascot

Promotions Team

All potential employees will be asked to fill out an application and will be subject to background checks.  Individuals are encouraged to fill out the team’s online application and bring it with them to the event.  The team also asks all attendees to bring two forms of identification. 

For more information about the job fair or the application process call the front office at 423 267-2208

The Chattanooga Lookouts begin their 2014 regular season on April 3 at 7:15 p.m. against the Jackson Generals at AT&T Field. Lookouts season ticket packages and mini-pack plans are on sale now at the stadium or by calling (423) 267-4TIX.


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