Why Work at the District?
At Western Fair District, we give our employees opportunities to grow professionally, and personally and to be a part of our success as a year-round preferred centre for agriculture, entertainment, education, sports and gaming activities in the southwestern Ontario.
Western Fair District is a place to be entertained, providing a wide array of leisure and recreational options to a broad spectrum of customers.
Western Fair District is a not-for-profit Agricultural Association that has deep roots in the City of London and southwestern, Ontario. The ‘District’ is committed to providing entertaining experiences that enrich your life and the community and as part of our “not-for-profit” status we reinvest our revenue surpluses into upgrading our facilities and products to meets the needs of our community.
Our goal is to attract and retain a highly skilled and motivated workforce, respecting the individual and engaging and empowering them to their full potential and talent.
Employees are encouraged to ask questions and empowered to make decisions. As an equal opportunity employer, we strive to create a stimulating and open workplace that promotes teamwork, fairness, respect and diversity.
If you’re looking for a challenging career opportunity, professional development and a place to be entertained, come join us!
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Currently Available Opportunities
The Event Services staff members report directly to the Event & Venue Manager. Event Services personnel are responsible to perform all tasks and duties required for the Setup, Operation, and Teardown of Events in all Western Fair District Facilities.
If you’re interested, please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Concessions Manager oversees the operation of all concessions throughout the District, including but not limited to the Homestretch, Backstretch, Sports Centre and Agriplex concessions, along with temporary setups to service various events. This individual will be guest- and result-oriented, organized and dependable, and have the ability to communicate effectively, think creatively and problem solve.
If you’re interested, please submit your resume and cover letter to email@example.com by Thursday, February 6, 2020.
Yuk Yuks Supervisor
The Yuk Yuks Supervisor oversees the planning, promotion, and operational management of the Yuk Yuks business unit to meet budget targets. Plans and carries out all sales activities of group ticket sales for Yuk Yuk’s to meet or exceed attendance and ticket revenue goals; and ensures the smooth functioning of group bookings and ticket sales by managing the quality of the product and service delivery. Key areas of responsibility also include planning, promotion, logistics, back of house, and public relations in support of the Entertainment Department.
If you’re interested, please submit your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reporting directly to the Senior Sales Manager, the Sales Representative are a part of a dynamic team that sell all opportunities in the District as assigned.