The New Orleans Pelicans are seeking multiple individuals to play an important public-facing role. The mascot coordinators help bring the team’s mascot, Pierre the Pelican, to life for our fans and community. This costumed position does not require prior mascot experience; however, it requires a captivating personality and the ability to create special moments for people of all ages and abilities without saying a word. By appearing at Pelicans home games as well as community events, the mascot coordinators create goodwill for the team and help cultivate the next generation of Pelicans fans. This part-time position is compensated on an hourly basis and requires a commitment for at least the duration of the 2021-22 NBA season. This role does not require athletic ability, but it does require physical stamina. Its a great opportunity for college students or people who enjoy working in live entertainment. Please note that candidates must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 in order to be eligible for this position, due to the NBA’s health & safety protocols.
Interested individuals must apply online no later than Saturday November 20th. All applicants will then be interviewed in-person on Sunday November 21st. Details for the in-person portion are as follows.
Interview Date: Sunday, November 21st
Time: Sign-in begins at 3:30pm and interviews will begin promptly at 4pm.
Location: Smoothie King Center, Meeting Room B. The entrance is on Dave Dixon Drive.
Parking: Please park in Lot 4, which is at the corner of Dave Dixon Drive & Magnolia Street.
Attire: Business casual.
Please contact Sara.Anderson@pelicans.com with any questions regarding the application process.
Applications must be submitted online. Please do not mail or email resumes to the Saints/Pelicans. All qualified candidates will be contacted by phone and/or by email. Please do not contact the Saints/Pelicans Human Resources or Hiring Manager to check the status of your application. When applying, please be sure your updated contact information is provided.
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