I enjoyed meeting new people.... I always had a good team working with me...my team was always ready to work and willing to help the fans...my supervisor was a awesome leader and trusted me to do my job..
Crowd Control (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – October 31, 2017
management is great, they do a lot to accommodate for their employee's transportation and give a positive work vibe to work in and be apart of. personally I just like the opportunities they give you to work which resolves in low stipends, barely a part time.
Usher (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – October 23, 2017
It is a great job to work but it is a super part time job. It's a great starter job to gain experience. The hardest part of the job is dealing with some of the rude guests. I learned how to deal with rude people in a guest service setting. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with guests and working the events.
Event Security (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – October 18, 2017
there is nothing hard about working with s.a.f.e if you love people the enjoymen tabout it is meeting difeerent people around the world so difrent countires coming to see your team play and hiw much love detroit has around the world
Event Security (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – October 6, 2017
Its a part time job. typically for NFL games, but does concerts and college football games. There is no hard part of the job just stressful and lots of standing. The enjoyable part of the job is employees get to watch the games.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – September 29, 2017
Although Safe management has its downfalls, it is a great place to start working if you want to get into security. I took their security class and got my security license. You can grow in the company but it does take time because it is so competitive and there are so many people who have been their a long time.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – September 20, 2017
I start my day getting check in by security which every one does employees and also guest for events and I follow that by scanning tickets for the patrons that are attending the event that day.Once it slows down I'm move to ushering which I show the patron where there sitting are.
The people at the event and being very friendly to patrons.
No wher to keep for to stay cool when emplyeees bring lunch to work other than I hot locker.
They only pick the same certain people to work extra hrs but lie and say schedules are selected randomly. I've asked about a supervisor position and never get a clear answer. I've been with company since 2011. When I was initially hired I was offered a supervisor position but I did not have a security license.
I was a ticket taker-I scan tickets at the gates to let the fans come to the event. I was a usher-I made sure customers get to there seats and safely. I was a head cashier-I did cashier too but at the end of the shifts, I count down everybody drawer to make sure they are accurate to turn in to manager.
OK place to work if you like football or need a par time job
Team Member (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – September 13, 2017
The job was OK it would be better if you enjoyed football because you basically get free tickets to the game to all the games. There is a lot of standing involved like they explain before you get hired.
Event Security (Former Employee) – Ford Field, MI – July 20, 2017
The job is fun because sometimes you can watch the game but your job is to make sure nothing happens with the fans and they can stay under control. The biggest benefit I like is the fact they will send you to the SuperBowl at times to work.