The South Bend Cubs are looking for enthusiastic, hardworking and customer service oriented people who want to be a part of our championship team. Over the last eleven years under Andrew Berlin's ownership, the organization has focused on creating summer memories for our fans by focusing on the details: clean facilities, quality food and beverages, providing the best customer service, and developing family friendly entertainment. Four Winds Field has become the gold standard in Minor League Baseball.
We encourage you to read about the employment opportunities with the South Bend Cubs and how you can become a part of our winning team. All applicants who wish to apply must be 16 years of age or older.
To view our open full-time positions, click here.
To view our open internship opportunities, click here.
The South Bend Cubs held two job fairs across Michiana to fill part-time, seasonal positions for the 2023 season. Those positions have been filled. Dates for future job fairs will be announced as needed.
Click the button above to apply. Below is a brief description of each open position.
Prepare and keep the stadium clean at all times. Areas of focus, but not limited to, seating bowl area, restrooms, concourse, indoor/outdoor suites and stadium grounds. The cleanliness of Four Winds Field is of the utmost importance to ensure a positive fan experience.
PARKING SHUTTLE DRIVER
Responsible for the safe movement of people entering and leaving the parking lots. Facilitate guest transport from parking lots to the stadium and back again.
For a job description of each position and to apply, click each position title below.
Professional Sports Catering is an equal opportunity employer. At PSC they are committed to treating all Applicants and Team Members fairly based on their abilities, achievements, and experience without regard to race, national origin, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by law.
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