GREEN BAY - Hundreds of people are needed for some off the field positions at Lambeau Field.
Delaware North held a job fair Tuesday in the atrium.
The company is looking for 1,500 seasonal and part-time employees.
Positions include work in concession stands, catering, and jobs at Curly's Pub.
This is the second job fair for the work.
Officials say the need this year is greater.
"Between the new expansion of the south end zone and everything we have existing now, we've got a lot of job openings. The south end zone actually added about 500 food and beverage jobs to the facility, so we're just gearing up and getting ready for Packer football," said Charlie Millerwise of the Green Bay Sportservice, Inc.
Delaware North said most of the open positions are seasonal, however, some do carry over to the next Packers season.
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