August 10 - 13, 2023

Donald E. Stephens Convention Center

FAN EXPO Chicago

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CREW

Interested in being a part of the FAN EXPO Chicago team? Connect with us and become a part of the experience fans remember. Sign up to find out more and apply for one of the crew positions and we will be in touch with you… in a Flash.

The Crew application for FAN EXPO Chicago will be available in 2023.

IT'S ALL ABOUT THE CREW

It’s true! You can get paid to work at FANEXPO Chicago as part of our Crew!

We are recruiting for paid positions roles in the Ticketing Hall, Autographs & Photo Ops Lines, Theater Lines, Info Booth, and more!

We have lots of fun together at the show. You’ll be wearing our shirts, working with our Leads and Show Management, and sharing the fandom!

We are proud to partner with RemX as our staffing agency partner. Keith David and his team from RemX in Dallas, TX have worked with us on our other US shows, and if you’ve met Keith, you know he likes bad jokes and terrible memes. Keith and team will manage the nitty gritty of applications, scheduling, and payroll. They will be your primary contact as a Crew member. 

CREW PERKS

A commemorative FAN EXPO Chicago T-shirt and Crew Lanyard

When off-duty, your badge gives you access to enjoy the event

Meet and connect with people in the industry and make new friends

Bragging Rights

CREW FAQ

Common questions about Working with FAN EXPO Chicago

  1. A FAN EXPO Chicago Crew T-shirt will be provided.
  2. Casual dress code includes the following: jeans (without rips or tears), khakis, shorts, knee-length skirts, capri pants.
  3. Footwear – please wear comfortable shoes.
  4. Cosplay is permitted however your Crew T-shirt must be worn. All costumes must be approved in advance to ensure it does not limit your ability to perform your duties.
  5. Practice good personal hygiene. Avoid using excessive amounts of perfumes, colognes, and/or hairsprays that may cause a problem for allergy sufferers.

Crew members are responsible for dressing according to this policy for their shifts and checking with supervisors about dress that is appropriate and safe to wear. In the case of a different dress requirement based on an activity or event, crew members are responsible for ensuring they have the appropriate clothes for the shift.

For more information, reach out to RemX at:

Keith David

fanexpo@remx.com

972.726.7369