Highmark Stadium needs snow shovelers for the Wild Card Game against the Steelers.

Highmark Stadium needs snow shovelers for the Wild Card Game against the Steelers.

You must be 18 years or older (or under 18 with proper work papers) to shovel snow inside Highmark Stadium tomorrow night (Saturday night) at 10 p.m.

If you want to help get the stadium ready for the Buffalo Bills Wildcard Playoff game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, you can do so at Highmark Stadium.

If they need to, shovelers can clear snow from Saturday night into Sunday morning. The hourly wage is $20.

During the shifts, free food as well as breaks will be given in a warm and cozy area. People who want to shovel must have a valid photo ID (driver’s license or state ID) to do the job.

People who want to shovel snow should wear clothes that are right for the weather, like coats, gloves, scarves, and hats.

If they can, they should bring their shovels, but if they don’t have one, they will be given to them.

Shovelers can park in Lot 6 off Abbott Road, which is just north of the Team Store. To sign up for work, they should go to the Jani-King office trailer that the bottom of the steps.

All shovelers should click on the link below to pre-register, which will save time and make sure all the information is correct.

The Buffalo Bills playoff game against the Steelers of Pittsburgh is going to happen during a winter storm, so the team wants fans to give a hand.

The Bills are willing to pay shovelers $20 an hour. The team said that shovelers can work all night Saturday and all morning Sunday if they need to.

New weather forecast for the Buffalo Bills vs. Pittsburgh Steelers game: At Highmark Stadium, it was cold, windy, and snowing.

On Sunday, strong winds, very cold wind chills, and lake-effect snow are expected. There is a chance that there will be whiteout conditions before, during, and following the game.

Lake snow is likely to start on Saturday and last until Sunday morning, with 6 to 12 inches of snow possible by the start of the game.

The team will offer free meals and breaks in a “comfortable warm area” during the shifts. People who want to shovel are asked to wear clothes that will keep them warm and, if possible, bring their shovels. People who want to work as shovelers must show the right picture identification.

For the Bills-Steelers wild-choice playoff game on Sunday, Buffalo needs snow shovelers to assist with getting Highmark Stadium ready. Western New York is getting ready for a winter storm.

Starting Saturday at 10 p.m., the Bills will hire anyone over the age limit of 18 (or under 18 with the right work papers) from Jani-King, a US cleaning company. The rate is $20 per hour.

During breaks, workers will be able to rest in warm places with free food and drinks. If possible, they have been instructed to bring their tools.

The field isn’t covered in snow yet, but temperatures are going to drop on Saturday and Sunday.  There could be seven inches or more of snow and strong winds this weekend, which could make the field look like a Winter Wonderland.

On Saturday and Sunday, it will snow between 6 and 12 inches in Orchard Park. The Bills need extra help clearing Highmark Stadium before their Wild Card playoff game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The team put out the call on Friday afternoon, asking anybody over the age of 18 to come on out at 10 p.m. on Saturday with hats, coats, gloves, as well as yes, shovels. If you don’t have one, they say they’ll provide one.

The notice said, “Shovelers can clear snow all night Saturday and all morning Sunday if needed.” “You’ll get $20 an hour.” Free meals and breaks are going to be given during the shifts in a warm and cozy area.