• Entertainment

    Posted Date 3 years ago(10/26/2015 3:24 PM)
    Job ID
    Venue Name
    NBC Philly
    Regular Part-Time
  • Overview

    Philadelphia has been chosen to host the first ever, NBC Sports Arena, at XFINITY Live! Philadelphia. The NBC Sports Arena offers fans a one-of-a-kind sports viewing experience, featuring a 32-foot diagonal, 6mm, LED HD television, high impact LED Rings displaying the NBC Sports Ticker, and in-game promotions that will rival any live sports experience in the world, making for a true fourth stadium experience at the Philadelphia Sports Complex. With a full service menu, the NBC Sports Arena is the best place to catch the game or host an unforgettable event.


    We are looking for a talented individual to join our entertainment team as a Host to get the crowd hyped and people on the dance floor.


    Includes, but not limited to:


    • Must be willing and able to show that you are energetic, outgoing, fun person while maintaining professionalism at all times. Must be willing to provide outstanding and professional service with a smile to ensure contribution to the atmosphere of the venue. 
    • Communicate with guests clearly, patiently and with good humor. 
    • Attends practices to ensure organized choreography is learned for performing in front of venue crowds.
    • Dances during open hours of venue to draw guests to get on the dance floor.
    • Promote teamwork and quality service through daily communication and coordination with other departments.


    Prior experience with dancing in public performances preferred. Must have knowledge of musical trends and relevant dances and be comfortable dancing in public.  Must be at least the age of 18, if required to serve alcohol, age must be appropriate per state regulations.


    This job requires the ability to perform the following:

    • Be able to work nights and weekends.
    • Be able to stand and dance for long periods of time.


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