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Chicago White Sox Job Opportunities

DelawareNorth Sportservice

DelawareNorth Sportservice, located at Guaranteed Rate Field, has some fun, part-time, seasonal jobs available. All jobs require evening and weekend availability. We are particularly looking for SEAT VENDORS, who walk the stadium selling beverages and snacks. Vending is one of baseball's greatest traditions and is a great way to experience the excitement of every game.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities needed to be a Seat Vendor are:

  • Must be at least 16 years of age to sell food products
  • Availability to work 25 games throughout the baseball season, including nights and weekend and holidays
  • Self-motivated with a high level of self-confidence to aggressively sell assigned items
  • Ability to raise and project voice to market and sell product for entire length of shift
  • Superb customer service skills with a friendly, pleasant demeanor, as well as strong communication skills to communicate with guests
  • Basic math skills, so you can accurately account for cash and inventory
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, dependable and punctual
  • Frequent walking throughout venue for entire length of shift
  • Ability to walk up and down stairs frequently for entire length of shift
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 25 lbs to 50 lbs

To apply for a job as a Seat Vendor or any other job, go to our website at and search for jobs in Chicago.

At Your Service, LLC

Are you friendly and dependable? Do you enjoy entertainment? At Your Service is now hiring. Many positions offer year-round employment at the United Center and Guaranteed Rate Field. All positions require evening, weekend and holiday availability.

Motivated guest service personnel needed in the following positions:

  • Guest Service Representative - Greeter, Ticket-scanner, Usher
  • Team Leaders - Experience supervising 10+ subordinates required
  • Event Security Representative - Active or retired law enforcement certification required
  • Security Crowd Managers - Criminal justice studies preferred
  • Guest Relations Representatives - Dedicated guest service booth representatives, complaint resolution
  • Suite Representatives - Premium seating access control


Senior Graphic Designer

Senior Graphic Designer

Reports to: Manager of Design

Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Design digital, multimedia and interactive creative
  • Design publications, marketing, sales, sponsorship and community relations materials
  • Develop and design digital display ads, social graphics, micro-sites, e-newsletters and e-mails
  • Assist with consistent presentation of the White Sox visual brand
  • Create high quality designs under tight deadlines while managing multiple
  • job requests and revisions
  • Work with purchasing department to keep design projects within the budget allocated
  • General administrative tasks

Skill Requirements:

  • BA or BFA in Graphic Design or Multimedia Design
  • 3-5 Years of Professional Design Experience
  • Solid print and typographic skills
  • Strong verbal, written and visual communications skills
  • Ability to design and multi-task within a team environment
  • Design expertise to take a project from concept to completion
  • Up-to-date understanding of social media platforms
  • Interest in and understanding of Chicago White Sox baseball

Technical Requirements:

  • Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, After Effects)
  • Video Editing Technologies (Final Cut/Premiere) are a plus
  • HTML, HTML5, XHTML and CSS are a plus
  • Microsoft Office

The Senior Graphic Designer position is a mid-level position; the ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of full-time design experience. Portfolio review required during interview process.

Job posting info:
Candidates interested in applying for this position should e-mail a resume to:

Include a link to website or relevant work with your resume.

Please insert Senior Graphic Designer as your subject line.

Application Deadline: August 11, 2017


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