MOBILE MARKETING TEAM MEMBER (Current Employee) – Smyrna, GA – December 3, 2016
I thoroughly enjoy being a part of the North Atlanta Wings Team. Every day is completely different from the last and there is always so much to see. I love being entitled to go with the flow and do what feels right. I have learned a million things about how the world of marketing works and I have learned even more about people people in general an how they react to receiving a free gift from a stranger. I have grown to love my coworkers and how to be a true team player.
Sales Trainee (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – November 12, 2016
This job sounds great, on the surface. A sales associate for RedBull? Yes please. The job is not what it seems. You are a distributer working in gas stations and convince stores. I am not knocking that line of work. It takes a tough person to wake up at 4:30 am and work non-stop stocking shelves in freezers until 7 pm. Many of the workers skipped lunch to get their stops done in a timely fashion.
The pay and benefits are solid. Upward mobility is tough from what I heard internally.
Co workers were great, hard working people. This is great working class job, but I was reeled in by the title. Red bull should be more transparent in their job description.
Typical day at work start at 5:45-4:00. Redbull is a premium energy drink. So you manager the accounts in that aspect everything is perfect to standards. Management is second to none, they act as big brothers and help you achieve anything you desire. Co-workers are like family very welcoming and tight knit group. Hardest part of the job is staying motivated through the long hours. The best part is the relationships you build with your customers.
Student Brand Manager (Current Employee) – Oshkosh, WI – October 10, 2016
My job at Red Bull is in my opinion the best college job a marketing student such as myself could have. It gives me the opportunity to strategically market the product, brand, and lifestyle that Red Bull has without having anyone on my back about what I am doing. I have weekly phone calls with my boss and monthly reviews. This job requires excellent communication skills, creative thinking, product knowledge, and social skills in order to be successful.
Where can I get enough music was a very great experience it allows me to travel meet some very interesting people the team but I worked was often different set of people and I must say we had fun was on location not going to say it wasn't hard and I'm not going to say it was easy but it was very challenging for each set up but we have to do
Wings Team Member (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – November 1, 2016
It was a fun atmosphere to work in. Occasionally it seemed slightly repetitive when on "missions". It was nice to be able to make own schedule and have a chance to work with different people on a daily basis.
Basically organizing events and making sure everything runs smooth. Setting up banners. I have learned to work well with others and deal with the daily issues of life. The hardest part of my job was the traveling of to the different locations. The most fun part of the job was interacting with others.
Account Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Van Nuys, CA – June 22, 2016
You go to different accounts every day trying to sell redbull displays and product to grocery stores and independent businesses. 10- 12hr days everyday if you want to make some money. Youll like if you get capable management that are not too stuck up. Its fun theres many events and they take care of their employees.
Wings Team Member (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – November 2, 2016
This was a very fun job. Part time only but pay is good for a college age student. You work with a lot of girls so drama does happen unfortunately. Free Red Bull all the time, Lots of fun event to work.
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Zelienople, PA – May 4, 2016
Fun job, but very physical as a merchandiser. Basically if you have bad legs or back, don't try this job. There are several ways to advance but hard work pays off. Also monthly meetings mean all the Red Bull you can drive, and sometimes there's parties after the meetings with special events or activities.
Good pay, active job, easy to communicate with bosses
Cashier (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – June 17, 2016
This job was one of the worst jobs I got paid 10.00 an hour for only four hours and I had to pay for parking which is 10, so would only get about 26 dollars after taxes but there were a lot of entertainment but still was not worth it.
High stress, fast paced enviroment in a phyically challanging and demanding position. Early work hours contribute to the stress of the job.
District Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Columbia, MD – April 4, 2016
Very early morning start time, 4 am. Majority of the work performed is running the routes and delivering coolers. Not much of a management position. Typical work schedule is 10 to 12 hours a day. Upper Management is friendly and good people to work with.
Friendly staff, off weekends, 401k, paid vacations