Are you looking for a side gig this summer and fall to add a few extra bones to your wallet? Are you looking to work in a fun and unique environment? Do you love the Griz with all your heart so much that you want to work at Washington-Grizzly Stadium just for the sake of it regardless of pay?

If you answered 'yes' to any of the above check out these gameday/concert positions the University of Montana is seeking.

2024 Summer Concert Series

Wa-Griz hosts three banging concerts this summer: Pearl Jam on August 22, Tyler Childers on August 24 and P!nk on August 28th. Working these events may not be the best way to enjoy a concert, but you could listen to the live performance AND make some cheddar. Note: There's a good chance you won't be able to WATCH the show. The four listed jobs are Ticket Takers, Ushers, Guest Services and Low-Level Security. Working the concerts will earn you $20/hour with a 4 pm to midnight shift

There could be openings for "production work during the days leading up to or after the shows."

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Griz Football Event Staff Positions

August 31 kicks off the new Griz Football season against Missouri State. Positions for Griz football are similar, and sometimes identical, to the concert positions. Ticket Takers, Split-The-Pot Sellers, Guest Services and Low-Level Security. Note: You must be available for all 7 home games, with limited exceptions. These positions start at $15/hour.

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You can also work as a parking lot attendant which will give you the opportunity to watch the game. Confirm people park where they're supposed to park before the game and you're free to go 15 minutes after kick-off. Pay starts at $15/hour.

Full details and how to apply are found here. 

If you're looking for a career rather than a side gig with the University you can check out a full list of positions here.

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