Marketing Supervisor (Former Employee) – Flowery Branch, GA – August 7, 2014
I loved my time with the Falcons and wish that I was able to stay longer. I worked the retail department. That involved selling merchandise throughout training camp and supervising numerous retail locations during every home game. The hardest part of this job was learning how to deal with employees that I was supervising that were less than ideal employees. All things considered though, I truly loved this job and would accept another internship or job offer from them in a heartbeat.
Excellent experience if you love and appreciate football.
Beyonce- Lighting Crew Formation tour- (Current Employee) – SUPER DOME – April 17, 2017
there was a lot of hard work but the staff are a group of professionals that make the simple and safe.overall though i mainly worked with other companies contracted to work along with my company for the NFL.
Writer, Editor, Producer, Researcher (Former Employee) – Mount Laurel, NJ – April 17, 2017
My professional life has a simplr story: I got my Drea, Job way to early. I came out of college and landed a full-time gig at NFL Films. Every day I walked those halls and felt blessed to be in this place with these people. The ultimate example of that is I still stay in touch with those award-winning prople. By the time i left I had a wife and child and was making 12K a year. I had to go. But the lessons I learned there are with me in every aspect of how I ran my own creative firm.
Utilities for international broadcasting (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 14, 2017
I loved working as part of a team with the NFL films crew. As part of the team I was a part of the international broadcasting team who's duties included interviewing of players, coaches, owners. Field access to incredible events such as the super bowl. I really enjoyed my time with this team.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – February 22, 2017
The team I worked with were wonderful individually but together we pulled off a great show. The experience was extremely fun, especially being able to converse with some of the guest of the show. There was a great vibe throughout the entire show; if any of the volunteers needed help it was given to us without any questions or hesitation.
Free lunches, got to tour the whole auditorium, met some wonderful people.
Production Coordinator (Current Employee) – Culver City, CA – February 16, 2017
a typical day at work varies depending on if we are in season or not, and whether there are remotes happening. I have learned a lot about managing busy schedules and adapting to changes at any given moment. Management was okay. Although they are very open to hearing feedback about things that work or not, it does not always translate into changes that are beneficial. The workplace culture feels like you are working with friends most of the time. The hardest part of the job is when communication starts to break down and you have to guess what is supposed to happen or when no one seems to know the answer. the most enjoyable part of the job is all of the wonderful people we get to work with.
Running Back (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – January 18, 2017
The NFL is first and foremost a business. Therefore there will be decisions made that aren't always easy to make. As a former player it was very rewarding to see all the hard work and preparation pay off to reach that level. The NFL has allowed me to reach many different people from different backgrounds and have the ability to come together to be one.
Sales & Marketing Intern (On Location Experiences) (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 16, 2017
I received hands on experience with assisting the Sales, Marketing, and Partnerships team at On Location Experiences, the official hospitality provider of the National Football League. I assisted with business developments and research, corporate level partnerships with other companies and clients, managed the company's CRM database, and more.
Professional Football Player (athlete) (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – January 12, 2017
NFL was a great experience I really enjoyed my time with the Pittsburgh steelers. It was one of the best organization in the NFL. I had the to be surrounded by a great group of guys and an awesome coaching staff. A typical workday was from about 6 in the morning until about 4-5 in the evening. I learned how to grow as a person and player.
Senior Animator/Designer (Former Employee) – Culver City, CA – December 6, 2016
I had a fun time at the NFL Network would be going back if they need me again. I was in charge to do all my own design and animation. The hard part of my job wasn't the work it was more disappointing that almost nothing I did ever made it to air because shows they do tend to get cancelled. The most enjoyable part of working at NFL was the group of artists I was working with were very talented and fun to work with and also learned a lot.
challenging and fun projects
shows tend to get cancelled so the work is not aired.
Working at NFL Films is great. Work days could be long and hectic, but for the most part things run very smoothly on a day to day basis. Management is great. Co-workers are very relaxed and laid back. There is nothing too hard about working here besides getting put on a new show and learning the ins and outs of the workflow. The most enjoyable part of the job is definitely getting to work the games.
Great work environment. Laid back employees. Football.
Accounts Payable Specialist (Current Employee) – New York, NY – November 21, 2016
Fun place to work but not run for advancement. Great benefit package. Many events for employees to volunteer. Super Bowl the best to attend. NFL has a great inter ship program for college students for the summer.
Football Player (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA & Jacksonville, FL – November 16, 2016
I had the opportunity to live a dream and very thankful for every opportunity. Get your college degree if you plan on playing. It won't last as long as you think. They are ALWAYS trying to upgrade their roster with new talent. Earn your keep.
Professional Athlete (Former Employee) – United States – November 9, 2016
Stay healthy, Don't be Late, Perform or it could cost you your job. A very demanding career with its employees held to a very high standard of excellence. A 24/7 365 day career that will push you to blur the lines between work and everyday life in the most positive way.
Great Pay & Benefits, Elite Class, Dream Job, Highly Promotes a Healthy Lifestyle, Familial Security