The Badger Bash Assistant will work at the Badger Bash during Home Football Games working 4-6 hours per game. Starting time will be 4 hours before game starts. They are responsible for greeting guests walking onto Orchard Street, explaining the activities and events going on at Badger Bash, handing out Badger Bash paraphernalia, manage the activity stations on Orchard Street and around the building, and help setup/takedown these activity stations.
Work at the Badger Bash during Home Football Games from 3 hours before kickoff and 30 minutes after kickoff.
- Responsible for greeting guests walking onto Orchard Street.
- Explain the activities and events going on at Badger Bash.
- Handing out Badger Bash paraphernalia, manage the activity stations on Orchard Street and around the building. -Setup/takedown activity stations.
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- 3 month or longer work position
It is anticipated this position requires work be performed in-person, onsite, at a designated campus work location.
Appointment Type, Duration:
This position has the possibility to be extended based on need and/or funding.
How to Apply:
Please complete the Work History form in the online application.
Special Activities Helper(TE011)
A96-WISCONSIN UNION/FAC MGT/FACLTY SUP
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