Looking for a Broadcasting Job with the Chicago Cubs?

Why, just send in your application:

67.) Cubs Game Analyst, Tribune Company, Chicago, IL

WGN Radio seeks on-air talent to serve as analyst for broadcasts of Chicago Cubs games

Preferred candidate will have played with the Chicago Cubs — or played major league baseball with previous broadcast experience as a game analyst.

Materials to:

Cubs Game Analyst, WGN Radio, 435 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611 or email to [Click Here to Email Your Resumé: http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/ApplyOnline/ApplyStart.aspx?el=true&strCrit=&csh=cshtribune&Job_DID=J3H3CF78JY5CN97VZ3S].

WGN Radio is an Equal Opportunity Employer

http://nielsen.careers.adicio.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?jobId=33184121

Forgive me while I chuckle thinking about Dan Plesac pouring over his resume, agonizing over whether to describe his on-air talents as “energetic” or “insightful.”

I also chuckle thinking about some of the application materials they must be receiving.

From me.

(h/t @tonyjewell)

Brett Taylor is the editor and lead writer at Bleacher Nation, and can also be found as Bleacher Nation on Twitter and on Facebook.

5 responses to “Looking for a Broadcasting Job with the Chicago Cubs?”

  1. Mike

    Just give the job to Dave Otto and be done with it. He and Pat had decent chemistry while Ron was out this past season. We all know it’s never going to be the same, but I think having a former Cub in Otto will help make the transition as smooth as it could possibly be.

  2. CubsFanatic

    Call up Ernie Banks. Who better than Mr. Cub in the booth?

  3. pfk (Peter F. Kempf)

    A guy who would be great (unfortunately in 2-3 more years) is Ryan Dempster. He’s respected, funny, bright, animated and loves Chicago.

  4. Dave Smith

    Grace….case closed.

    1. pfk (Peter F. Kempf)

      I spend alot of time in Phoenix and hear Grace alot. I think he’s boring and sophomoric.