Attention Cubs fans: there's a new job opening at Wrigley Field and it could be a dream come true for one lucky person.
The Chicago Cubs are looking to hire a new public address announcer to be "the voice of the Chicago Cubs while in Wrigley Field."
"The Public Address Announcer is responsible for keeping fans, players and media informed with game information, as well as communicating various messaging to fans," the listing, which was posted this week, states. "This includes, but is not limited to, line-up and substitutions, sponsorship reads, ceremonies, wayfinding messages, safety messaging and scoring decisions."
Applicants must have strong vocal talent, excellent enunciation skills, reading skills, strong public speaking skills, a strong knowledge of baseball, flexible hours and more. They must also be available for all 81 regular season home games for the Cubs, along with any makeup games, tie breaker games, play-off games and certain non-game events.
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See the full job listing here.