Work College Football Tailgates | Hiring Gameday Operators | Columbus, GA / Auburn, AL

5th July 2016 by admin Leave a comment

Work College Football Tailgates! 

Tailgate Group is seeking 2 Gameday Operators to join our team this football season! If you are a hard worker, don’t mind getting a little dirty, and enjoy a college football tailgate atmosphere, this is the part-time/weekend job for you. Ideal candidates must be reliable, hardworking, possess good organization skills, and be able to work full weekends. You must also have a clean driving record and understand how to drive a trailer behind a work truck.

Gameday Operators will be working Auburn, Georgia, FSU, Alabama, and Atlanta Falcons tailgates.

Job Responsibilities Include:

  • Prepping tailgate trailers and tailgate equipment prior to the game weekend.
  • Driving work trucks with trailers attached to the tailgate site. (Some weekends will require travel 2-4 hours of travel.)
  • Setting tailgate up, turning generators up, getting TVs to work, and setting tents, tables, and chairs.
  • Greeting customers, making sure customers understand rules of the tailgate.
  • Watch football on TV
  • After the tailgate, clean up equipment, pack it in the trailer, turn off all electronics, lock up trailer, and drive back to storage unit or hotel for the night.

Desired Skills:

  • Experienced Driver
  • Outgoing Personality
  • Good Organization Skills
  • College Graduate or Attending College Now
  • Sports Minded Person
  • Good Employment History with References

Pay Range is $22-30 per hour.

Hourly rate depends on length of tailgate, distance traveled, and time it takes Operator to set up and break down tailgates. Gameday Operators on average will make around $700 per weekend.

Schedules will vary throughout the Fall based on tailgate bookings. On average our Gameday Operators work 6-10 weekends per football season.

If you’re interested please visit fill out your info and submit your resume.

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