• Deer Stand Lead

    Job Locations US-WI-Oshkosh
    Live Programming & Entertainment
    Regular Part-Time
  • Overview

    This position is responsible for the choreography and direction of the Wisconsin Herd Deer Stand.  The Deer Stand Lead will oversee and assist with auditions, game-day activities, organization and execution of team rehearsals, and related responsibility and administration. Game night and in-office duties required. 


    •        Choreograph all chants and cheers within Deer Stand
    •        Think of props for purchase that would be engaging
    •        Coordinate the appearances and tracking of those members within the Deer Stand
    •        Continue to engage with people to try to find new members and build the database currently held for the Deer Stand so that it’s consistently filled and energized
    •        Manage & supervise Deer Stand members to maintain the professionalism and performance quality of the Deer Stand; enforce rules, guidelines and expectations and any disciplinary actions that may be needed for those attending the game
    •        Work with Director of Game Production to design and order potential shirts for Deer Stand members
    •        Be the point person for all internal departments with questions and requests for the Deer Stand
    •        Assist in generating new ideas for game entertainment including music direction and prompts



    •        High School Diploma, GED required- College Degree preferred
    •        Excellent communication skills – interpersonal, verbal and written
    •        Management experience with strong leadership skills.
    •        Extremely energetic!
    •        Must be able to work evenings, weekends and holidays when necessary.
    •        Detail oriented with excellent organizational skills.
    •        Able to take creative direction and feedback.

    Physical & Mental Requirements

    •        While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to stand, sit, walk, use handle or feel, reach  stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl, talk and hear.


    In order to be considered you must submit a resume and cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position.  Selection will be determined through an interview and screening process at the Wisconsin Herd office.


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