The Chicago Cubs are looking for a real team player -- in the announcer booth as the voice of Wrigley Field. The North Side team posted a position on Cubs.CareerBuilder.com for a Public Address Announcer, who calls out the players as they take the field.
Applicants should create a video of three scripts, which will be posted to youtube.com, and fill out an online application. All the details can be found at Cubs.Careerbuilder.com
Requirements/qualifications include strong vocal talent, public speaking skills and a knowledge of baseball. Also, the announcer should be available for all home games-- 81 regular season games, makeup games, tie breaker games, play-off games and non-game day events --and be able to work outdoors during extreme weather.
The schedule includes "nights, weekends, non-traditional hours and holidays as needed."
Applications are due by March 7, 2011.