Lookouts Announce 2021 Hiring Fair On March 27th

Thursday, March 4, 2021

Want to join the most fun team in town? On Saturday, March 27, the Chattanooga Lookouts will be hosting their annual hiring fair at AT&T Field from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Opening Day for the team’s upcoming 2021 season is slated for Tuesday, May 4. 

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

Positions to be interviewed:

Suite Servers (must be at least 18 years old)               Picnic Servers                           Ushers 

Beer Pourers (must be at least 18 years old)                Concessions Workers                Concessions Cooks      

Concession Stand Cashiers                                           Camera Operators                    Grounds Crew  

Team Store Attendants                                                Ticket Scanners                        Press Box Staff

Customer Service Representatives                                Bag Checkers                            Ticket Office Staff                                            

All potential employees will be asked to fill out an application and will be subject to a background check.  Individuals are also encouraged to fill out the team’s online application and bring it with them to the event.

Applicants will be required to wear face coverings, should be prepared to interview at the hiring fair and are encouraged to bring a resume and dress appropriately.

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

Game times, 2021 promotions, and ticket information, including 2020 ticket exchange details, will be released at a later date. The Lookouts Team Store is also open for business. Fans are encouraged to check out the line-up of gear and face-masks available. Lookouts gift cards are also available through Lookouts.com.  


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