The marketing department of Chicago’s second most successful professional baseball team is hiring a DJ.
The Chicago Cubs are looking for a DJ for some 60+ dates over the summer of 2015, and their job listing for the position outlines possibly the most scientific definition of DJing we’ve ever read. The applicant must be able to “mix audio sources (music, organ, clips, etc.) to appropriate levels” and “prepare and execute playing of pre-game, in-game, situational and post-game music selections.”
Though the posting does call for a “deep knowledge (of) music, both current trends and classic hits,” you should probably leave the white labels at disco edits at home.