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Human Resources Coordinator

Reports To: Manager of Human Resources

Job Responsibilities:
The primary responsibility of the Coordinator of Human Resources is to provide overall support to the Human Resource objectives of the Chicago White Sox. Specific areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to:

  • Oversight of the onboarding process for all new hires, including the completion of all pre-employment screening procedures

  • Assist in the benefit orientation process; including the annual Open Enrollment period

  • Assist on all issues of compliance and regulatory reporting

  • Coordination and support of the Chicago White Sox Internship/Sales Associate program. The Coordinator will work closely with the Manager of Human Resources to identify diverse recruitment opportunities. In addition, will pre-screen candidates, oversee the interview schedule, and conduct orientation interviews.

  • Oversee resume collection process, including the collection, sorting, database input, and response of both solicited and unsolicited resumes. Participate in the analysis and selection of an Applicant Tracking System

  • Oversee vacation accrual and record keeping processes

  • Assist in the risk management program

  • Provide assistance with the workers compensation claim processing/filing

  • Provide administrative support to the department as needed

  • Additional departmental projects as assigned

 

Requirements:

  •  College degree; preferably with a degree in Human Resource Management or Business Administration

  • Two years experience in Human Resources; generalist experience a plus; 1 year benefit administration

  • Ability to multi-task and oversee the development of a wide variety of projects at the same time

  • Must be trustworthy and have the ability to maintain confidential information

  • Strong organizational skills; must be detail oriented

  • Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office, with advanced knowledge of Word and Excel

  • Previous HRIS database management preferred, experience in Ulti-Pro a plus

  • Must possess exemplary communication skills both written and verbal

  • Must be comfortable dealing with all levels of organizational structure  

 

Candidates interested in applying for this position should e-mail a resume to: Jobs@Chisox.com

Please insert Human Resources Coordinator as your subject line

Deadline for applications is: May 31, 2019

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE


Coordinator of Public Relations

Reports To: Sr. Director of Public Relations
 

Job Responsibilities:
 

Media Relations/Public Relations

  • Actively assist with proactive outreach to generate earned media coverage about the organization, marketing and sponsor-related news and announcements, community outreach events and initiatives, among others.

  • Provide on-site staffing for various public relations events and opportunities involving media.

  • Coordinate visits with members of the media to secure coverage of the gameday experience among various types of non-sports outlets.

  • Assist with the development and editing media materials, including advisories and news releases.

  • Support communications planning and execution around news related to corporate partnerships, marketing, ticket sales and promotions.

  • Manage the development of internal communications documents, including front office talking points and organizational highlights.

  • Maintain and develop year-round program with networks of influencers, including parenting, Chicago-based, media, etc.

  • Identify unique angles to promote the White Sox community programs, including the youth baseball programs such as Amateur City Elite.

  • Contribute and manage the content development process with Design Services to produce White Sox publications, including White Sox programs, yearbook, community relations newsletters, alumni newsletters, White Sox Charities annual report.

  • Monitor and track PR-related metrics, such as media coverage, to analyze strategies and results.

Special Events

  • Support director with the planning, execution and promotion of the annual SoxFest event.

  • Serve as the day-to-day contact with venue to help oversee work flow within organization.

  • Work with director to oversee logistics with internal departments and ensure execution.

  • Help support events related to public relations initiatives, including Game Changers event series.

Multicultural Public Relations Support

  • Provide support as needed to multicultural public relations team.


Requirements:

  • 2-3 years of experience in the communications field (public relations, communications, or related field)

  • Excellent writing, editing and communication skills

  • Special event experience, including logistical planning and execution

  • Superior organizational skills

  • Interest in fan market research and analysis

  • Ability to network and maintain positive relationships with various community networks

  • Creative and innovative mindset to bring energy to existing networks

  • Strong interpersonal skills to collaborate with other internal departments

  • Experience with Microsoft Office programs

  • Familiarity with local media landscape

  • Willingness to work long hours, during the summer including weekends and evenings

  • Passion for White Sox baseball history and culture

  • Ability to self-start, multi-task and problem solve

  • Teamwork, collaborative mentality to support colleagues to get projects done
     

Candidates interested in applying for this position should e-mail a resume to: Jobs@Chisox.com

Please insert Public Relations Coordinator as your subject line

Deadline for applications is: June 8, 2019

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE


DelawareNorth Sportservice

DelawareNorth Sportservice, located at Guaranteed Rate Field, has some fun, part-time, seasonal jobs available. All jobs require evening and weekend availability. We are particularly looking for SEAT VENDORS, who walk the stadium selling beverages and snacks. Vending is one of baseball's greatest traditions and is a great way to experience the excitement of every game.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities needed to be a Seat Vendor are:

  • Must be at least 16 years of age to sell food products
  • Availability to work 25 games throughout the baseball season, including nights and weekend and holidays
  • Self-motivated with a high level of self-confidence to aggressively sell assigned items
  • Ability to raise and project voice to market and sell product for entire length of shift
  • Superb customer service skills with a friendly, pleasant demeanor, as well as strong communication skills to communicate with guests
  • Basic math skills, so you can accurately account for cash and inventory
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, dependable and punctual
  • Frequent walking throughout venue for entire length of shift
  • Ability to walk up and down stairs frequently for entire length of shift
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 25 lbs to 50 lbs

To apply for a job as a Seat Vendor or any other job, go to our website at www.delawarenorth.com and search for jobs in Chicago.


At Your Service, LLC

Are you friendly and dependable? Do you enjoy entertainment? At Your Service is now hiring. Many positions offer year-round employment at the United Center and Guaranteed Rate Field. All positions require evening, weekend and holiday availability.

Motivated guest service personnel needed in the following positions:

  • Guest Service Representative - Greeter, Ticket-scanner, Usher
  • Team Leaders - Experience supervising 10+ subordinates required
  • Event Security Representative - Active or retired law enforcement certification required
  • Security Crowd Managers - Criminal justice studies preferred
  • Guest Relations Representatives - Dedicated guest service booth representatives, complaint resolution
  • Suite Representatives - Premium seating access control