Premium Seating Host

Utah Jazz

Part Time
Utah Jazz
Salt Lake City, UT

Job Details

Job Summary:

The Premium Seating Department is dedicated to providing world-class premium service and delivering unique experiences and benefits to Utah Jazz premium seating holders. The Premium Seating Host position is responsible for greeting, seating, and developing professional relationships with guests before, throughout, and immediately following each pre and regular season Utah Jazz home game.

Premium Seating Host locations include: The Jazz 100 Club, the Lexus Club, the Executives Club, the WCF Terrace Club, the Super Club, Courtside Suites, Suite-level bridges, and club entrances. Specific assignments will be determined by the host’s direct supervisor at the time of hire. Expected hours will vary depending on the Utah Jazz home game schedule and specific host location assignments.

The position is seasonal and is expected to begin mid-September of each year and continue through the last Utah Jazz home game (playoffs included). An anticipated end date will be June 30 of each year. Hosts will be expected to re-apply for the position at the conclusion of each Utah Jazz season if interested in doing so.

     Primary Duties:

  • Warmly welcome guests as they arrive for pre-game dinner and half-time amenities
  • Be knowledgeable and familiar with the arena, premium seating locations and your specific assigned area to best assist guests
  • Present yourself in a confident and professional manner in both appearance and personality
  • Exhibit a positive and happy attitude that is friendly and contagious to those around you
  • Scan tickets to games/events
  • Ensure your assigned area is properly prepared and ready for guests to arrive
  • Make strategic decisions concerning club flow
  • Exemplify the Utah Jazz Premium Seating High Five Principles which include: initiate contact, give a friendly smile, give a warm greeting, create solutions, and make memories
  • Be a good teammate, contribute positively to a winning culture, and be respectful
  • Protect the legal, financial, and moral well being of the company
  • Exemplify the Larry H. Miller Group of Company’s values
  • Other duties as assigned

 Qualifications:

  • Must be available two and a half (2.5) hours before each pre, regular, and post-season Utah Jazz home game and throughout the remainder of each game
  • Must be available to attend two pre-season training sessions in September of each year
  • Must be available to work concerts and other events as needed
  • Must possess and maintain excellent communication skills
  • Must be able to enforce club rules in a pleasant and agreeable manner
  • Must be punctual, groomed, and dressed for a professional environment
  • Must be at least 18 years of age

Physical Requirements:

  • Must be able to communicate and express themselves in English both written and verbally
  • Must be able to observe, inspect, estimate, and assess
  • Must be able to sit or stand for long periods of time
  • Must be able to lift 20 pounds

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