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The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of facility building maintenance and ice production operations including building conversion, ice maintenance, flooding, refrigeration plant operation, janitorial and building maintenance duties, scheduling, supervising and training of part time staff, ordering supplies & equipment, and following budgets & costs. This is a hands-on management role – actively involved in day-to-day operations. This position is a key member of the facility management team.
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Operations during Fargo Force home games:
-Helping with parking prior to home games
-Helping to shovel and clean ice during all media time-outs (if candidate knows how to skate, they can bring skates for the shoveling-not required)
-Ensure all preparations with the ice are complete prior to the game
-Help to move nets during intermissions for zamming
-Help with any on-ice contests during both intermissions
-Other duties as assigned by facility manager on duty for the game
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Currently accepting applications for the 2017-18 Fargo Force season.
If you want to be a sports business version of a 4th line defenseman, you shouldn’t waste your time reading the rest of this job description.
If, however, you want to be a superstar in sports business, you should do one thing before you read the rest of this. Click on Mapquest.com and look and see where Fargo, ND is. Print out the map and then circle Fargo. That’s the spot where people with drive and energy and ambition are being trained to become superstars.
HOW TO GET THERE
To become a superstar with teams, you need to first know that it all starts with tickets.
Tickets are the lifeblood of sports. Once you learn tickets – truly learn how to market tickets – then it’s on to sponsorships. Learn both, and you’ve got the right ticket to run teams.
So, we start our people on our lifeblood-remember, that’s tickets. We don’t give you the Yellow Pages and tell you to go sell. Our philosophy is train, train, train, and when we get tired of that, we train some more. Our goal is to accelerate your growth as fast as we can. You see, we want you to get better quicker for what you can contribute to Fargo.
WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING
Primarily tickets. You’ll be considered an account executive and will be making sales calls to group organizations (schools, youth hockey teams, churches, etc.) and the average sports fan. The position will be selling group tickets and small ticket packages. We don’t expect you to know how to sell our different ticket packages right away, so we provide training starting to help you learn. We will provide you with the perfect sales pitch for every situation.
Do you want to be a superstar in sports business? That’s the first qualification. If you answered yes, then answer two more questions: 1) do you have a strong work ethic and 2) do you have a desire to learn and excel?
You should have strong communication skills (you have to like to talk to people) and a willingness to listen and learn. If you don’t have sales experience, don’t worry about it. Because we don’t worry about it.
Paid on a per hour basis (15-20 hours per week), plus a 5% commission on all that you sell. You will also be compensated in hands on sports organization experience. This includes team meetings, promotion ideas, game nights, etc..
Whenever you’re ready.
HOW TO APPLY
Send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Currently accepting applications for the 2017-18 season.
Are you passionate about sports? Do you enjoy entertaining groups, large and small? Do you have an outgoing and creative personality? If you can answer yes to any of these questions, then the Fargo Force is looking for you!
Duties will be as follows (but are not limited to):
How to Apply:
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The Scheels Arena Box Office is currently looking for Box Office personnel to work Fargo Force games, as well as other arena events. We are seeking flexible event staff to help sell tickets, work will call windows, & assist in customer service and general office duties. Most hours revolve around scheduled events at Scheels Arena, but we are also looking for those with some daytime availability.
Minimum Qualifications and Abilities:
• High school diploma or equivalent
• Ability to work in a fast paced environment
• Ability to work under tight deadlines
• High standard of professionalism, ethics, excellence and integrity
How to Apply:
Fill out the application below and email to email@example.com
Mail application to:
Scheels Arena Box Office
Attn: Box Office
5225 31st Ave S.
Fargo, ND 58104
The application deadline for 2017-18 season long internships is March 31, 2017. Interviews will take place during a two-day span in April. You will be contacted to sign up for one of the interview days at least two weeks in advance if you have been selected.