Now Hiring a DJ Please do not call. To apply, please email your resume and contact info to . MUST BE 18 or OLDER! If you are not contacted within 2 week of your email then most likely the position has been filled. Thank you! Part time DJ needed for local skating rink that has professionalism and a good personality for a family friendly environment. Experience is a plus. Weekend and week night shifts. If you have a lot of energy, a pleasant voice and love electronics and sound equipment, you might enjoy working as an rink announcer or rink disc jockey. This job is for anyone who loves music and likes to announce for competitions, emcee promotions and play the right mix of music and games to keep session skaters coming back. Job responsibilities can include: • Announcing lineups, event status information and results at competitive skating events. • Acting as the host or emcee for session games and promotions. • Playing music for public sessions, skating parties or other events. • Interacting with athletes, spectators, fans or session customers of all ages. Requirements may include: • A consistently high level of energy and enthusiasm. • A pleasant and clear speaking voice. • Must be able to read well enough to follow prepared scripts. • Should feel comfortable with improvisation as the situation allows. • Experience with a variety of sound, music and multimedia systems is helpful, but many rinks and centers will train a smart applicant with a nice set of lungs. • GREAT JOB for COLLEGE STUDENTS • Ability to Skate a Huge Plus! • NOT LOOKING for Professional Club or Radio DJs The roller rink disc jockey has the added responsibility of creating a musical skating environment that suits the taste of the groups who will listen to or skate to the music. You will not be able to please everyone with every song, but must be willing make an effort to keep the energy level high enough to keep the crowd interested and skating. This means keeping up with popular tunes in various genres and knowing what's appropriate for listeners of many ages and from various lifestyles. On the other hand, an arena announcer will need some technical knowledge about any assigned competitive or exhibition skating events in order to report status and results properly. This is where your skating history comes in handy for this specific emcee position. We are looking for people who want to work! Send a resume. No phone calls.