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Hundreds vying to work for the Bucks at new arena job fair

Posted at 4:53 PM, Jun 20, 2018
and last updated 2018-06-20 19:22:07-04

The Milwaukee Bucks are looking to hire 600 part-time people to help run the Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center and many job candidates said working at the new arena would be a dream job.

"I just feel excited even being here doing the interview you know... I'm a fan of the Bucks," said Dashawn Turner.

Interviewers are looking for candidates with a strong work ethic, excellent customer service and problem-solving skills.

Robert Haw is going for an usher position.

"I love meeting people and love talking with people and helping people out," said Haw.

Vietriz Hrenak is hoping for a supervisor spot.

"I'm very good at giving orders, telling people what to do.  But that's just like a mom that I am making sure that things are taken care of and having fun," said Hrenak.

The job fair is going on until 7 p.m. Wednesday at The Wisconsin Center.  Positions might all be filled after the job fair, but if you're still interested in applying click here.

Positions start at $12.50 an hour.