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Under the supervision of the Box Office & Ticketing Software Manager, the Bartender/Concessionaire will provide Court Theatre patrons with efficient and exceptional customer service. Sometimes less between productions and sometimes more during the run of a production. Weekend and evening work required.


  • Must be 21 or over.
  • Prep and prepare simple beverages.
  • Processing concession sales during performances.
  • Basic computer skills, working knowledge of Microsoft Office Programs.
  • Must be able to work 3-4 evening performances a week during productions as well as weekend matinees.
  • Occasional heavy lifting. No more than 20-30lbs.
  • Visit to learn more about us and our schedule.
  • University of Chicago Student (Graduate student OR Undergraduate are ok)
  • Individuals must possess strong communication and listening skills, strong computer proficiency, a strong ability to work together and build relationships.


  • Foster Partnership & Collaboration
  • Display Courage & Conviction
  • Lead Performance & Flawless Execution
  • Ensure Decision Quality, Accountability & Drive Results
  • Display Emotional Intelligence

To Apply:
To apply, view the job posting on the Handshake.  Applications not submitted through the University of Chicago’s jobs site cannot be considered.

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Job seekers in need of a reasonable accommodation to complete the application process should call 773-702-5800 or submit a request via Applicant Inquiry Form.

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Posted 9/10/2019