If you're in need of a job, then you're in luck because the Greeley Stampede is hiring.

According to a press release, organizers are looking for seasonal staff to help clean the Greeley Stampede arena before and after rodeo and concert events.

"An event the size of the Greeley Stampede takes a lot of people and many various jobs. An important part of the event is helping to keep it clean," read the release. "The Greeley Stampede is currently looking for individuals that would like to support the event with a seasonal position looking to do just that."

The position would pay $17 an hour. Interested parties can apply online here. 

The COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of last year's event, but now, the Greeley Stampede is returning in full force for its 99th year.

From Thursday (June 24) to July 4, attendees will get to enjoy the PRCA Rodeo Series, a fireworks show, music from their favorite country artists — including TobyMac, Dwight Yoakam, Dylan Scott, and Lauren Alaina — and more.

"This longstanding event has grown in diversity and popularity since its inception and has provided music and rodeo entertainment to hundreds of thousands of people every summer," read the release. "Plans for the 100th annual event are underway to make the most memorable celebration yet."

2019 Greeley Stampede