Operations Technician (Current Employee) – Foxborough, MA – February 1, 2016
Gillette Stadium has multiple avenues for part-time work. Gillette Stadium and a company called Cushman & Wakefield works within the stadium to facilitate all the daily functions of the stadium operation.
They do not hire from within very heavily, they are good at giving false hope and stringing you along, and for a multi-billion dollar operation, they are one of the cheapest and most disorganized facility I have had the ability to work for.
One of the only good things about the stadium itself, is the people who work within. Only a handful of them are actually hard-working and desirable people with the work ethic that's required.
In closing, if you need a part-time job that can pay a bill or two, this is the place. If you are looking to advance yourself, steer clear.
Entertainment industry, Mostly busy, mindless work
Not paid enough, no benefits, not part of a union as a part-timer, all labor, and cut-throat
Worker (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – January 31, 2016
It was hard work to be there and people ordering a lot of different things with little time and trying to get them a good beer without anything spilling or overflowing. Got me very stressed at some point because all people wanted were beers and most the machines weren't working but we got through it.
Ticket Agent (Former Employee) – Foxborough, MA – October 15, 2015
Fun working environment. Working Patriots games, Revolution games, and all different types of concerts were a great experience. I learned a lot, working with experts in the sports industry. It was a fast paced environment, doing a bunch of different jobs, dealing with a lot of different problems each shift. My favorite overall part of this job was being in the sports atmosphere at all times. The job was an awesome experience.
Working in the sports industry, getting to watch all the games live.
I love working here. You get to be at all the best games and concerts, do different jobs every event, work with and meet all kinds of people. I work all full stadium events and get emails for avalible shifts that I can also sign up for. I even have the opportunity to do Boston College and Harvard events. The pay is alright but I normally work 8-12 hr shifts so my pay checks are pretty good. I would say do your research on how to pat someone down and how to use the wand because I didn't and I had to learn as I went at a pats game with 10,000 people at my gate (NOT FUN).I don't even feel like I'm going to work. I get excited on work days and that is something I've never felt until joining this team!
Security Officer for events and everyday activity (Current Employee) – Foxborough, MA – May 22, 2015
-Maintain organization’s stability and reputation by complying with legal requirements.
-Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
-I've learned how to command my presence in a professional and authoritative way showing compassion for others throughout my day.
-I work long hours which sometime conflict the inability to rest or use the restroom when needed since I deal with serious as well as every day circumstances with the public but I am able to experience the happy environment this location brings to anyone who comes to enjoy the benefits which Robert Kraft has worked so hard to achieve for the happiness of the people and success in his abilities to assist.
Hawker (Former Employee) – 1 Patriot Place – May 18, 2015
Walked up and down the walk ways selling food and drinks to patrons to both patriot games and Revolution games, Staff was rude and very unhelpful. No job security, No employee screening process (no interview, no drug test, no background test)
Intern/Volunteer (Former Employee) – 1 Patriot Place, Foxboro, MA 02035 – April 2, 2015
i would work at the football events, also did the soccer i would go to the venue at least 3 hours before the game started so are team could get everything ready for the game. if i was nothing cooking the food i would work in the front doing the cash register taking people orders. learned how to keep calm when you have multiple people yelling at you at once. the management was fine co workers was good just as long as every one was doing their job working as a team. hardest part about the job was when the fans would rush at half time so we go really busy at high time. best part about the job was when got to eat the chicken wings and chicken tenders.
General maintenance (Former Employee) – Gillette Stadium for DTZ – February 5, 2015
I worked for DTZ in the facilities part of the stadium. A typical day at work was taking orders from a security guard on how to perform my job that had no experience in facilities or any construction background except watching an episode of this old house.If they ran the stadium the way they run the team it would be a great place to work . If you want a job to say that you saw Tom Brady it's a great place for you to work ,but if you want to job to provide for your family then you are better off looking somewhere else like walmart employees there get treated better and probably make more money. For a family run business they really don't give a s,,, about yours its all about krafts .Out side of football its a p,,, pour run operation with no direction or organization. The only good part of the job was the health insurance witch the union provided if it was up to Gillette and dtz they would hand you a first aid kit that they would deduct out of your pay . It's really just a revolving door of employees and management. If you enjoy being watched by security cameras all day and treated like a robot than this is the place for you !