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Want to work for the Cubs? Meet the woman who can make it happen

Want to work for the Cubs? Meet the woman who can make it happen

The Chicago Cubs have added an HR specialist to bolster their championship lineup — not on the field, but in the front office.

As the team's new vice president of human resources, Ann Weiser is in charge of hiring and developing prospects to join the Cubs' business roster, where jobs ranging from ticket seller to team historian are up for grabs.

The Cubs have about 300 full-time employees and hire more than 1,000 seasonal employees each spring as ushers, ticket takers and other workers to help manage the ballpark during baseball season. In the wake of the Cubs' first World Series championship in more than a century, both full-time and seasonal applications are through the...

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