Bob Dylan is scheduled to be the first artist to take the stage of the newly renovated Met Philadelphia in December. But before the rock icon does that, some housekeeping needs to be tended to.
The Met Philadelphia on Oct. 26-27 will hold a job fair to fill 200 positions that include event staff, ticket takers, security, box office, VIP hosts, event cleaning, porters, supervisors and superintendents. The Met’s food and beverage provider, Brûlée Catering will hire bartenders, bar porters, wait staff, runners and utility workers, writes Kenneth Hilaro in the Philadelphia Business Journal.
The job fair will run from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Oct. 26 and from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Oct. 27. The fair will be held at The View, a student apartment complex near Temple University at 800 N. Broad St.
Interested applicants are instructed to apply online prior to attending the job fair, or they can bring a copy of their resume and two forms of identification to the job fair.
“The Met will change the way people see live entertainment in our region,” said Geoff Gordon, regional president of Live Nation Philadelphia. “Therefore, it is important for us that we seek qualified candidates to join our team in delivering a high-quality experience for our guests.”