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Mascot Back-Up Performer

Miami Marlins
Miami, FL
Marketing: Mascot
Position Summary:  
The Back-Up Mascot serves as a primary alternate to the Mascot Coordinator for the Miami Marlins Mascot, Billy The Marlin.
Essential Functions:
  • Will be required to perform at a designated number of appearances such as birthday parties, parades, school visits, hospital visits, charitable events and other events coordinated by the Miami Marlins. 
  •  Represent the Miami Marlins and Billy The Marlin at all times
  • Provide creative assistance to Mascot Coordinator in the areas of presentation, skits, and appearances
  • Distribute promotional giveaways at events, game days and other activations
  • Maintain condition of costume
  • Assist full time mascot at designated number of home games
  • Other duties as assigned by Mascot Coordinator 
 Qualifications & Requirements:
  • Must have ability to be trained, coached and critiqued to perform “in character”
  • Must have experience performing in costume as a mascot
  • Be creative and understand non-verbal acting and communication
  • Be in a physical state that allows you to perform under extreme conditions
  • Possess basic knowledge of the game of baseball
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Must be between 5’5” – 5’10” tall
  • Must have $100,000 in liability and collision for your personal car insurance
Suggested Education & Experience Guidelines:
  • A minimum of  one  year experience as a mascot.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. 

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