Player (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – January 13, 2018
It was the best experience in life. Loved working everyday and enjoyed the people i worked for. its a great job to work when all your life you have dealt with football. learning the industry of professional sport is a wild process that is not all ways fair but understandable.
Very challenging work enviroment, mostly due to the hours worked per day, but exciting to meet the NFL players
Customer Service in the VIP lounge (Former Employee) – AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Tx – November 12, 2018
A typical workday involved cleaning the stadium before, during and after an event, taking tickets at the entrance and assisting fans with questions/problems. The most challenging part was cleaning up spilled beer/food from intoxicated fans who seemed to enjoy making the messes while we quickly cleaned up around them, but since many of my friends from school were also working there, it kept things light-hearted and we encouraged each other to keep a good attitude.
The best part about it was once I got promoted to the VIP lounge and was able to work directly with the NFL players, and being present for big events like the NFL Draft.
I was promoted after my second week and the Supervisor requested that I remain there indefinitely. I assisted the waitstaff and bartenders, tended to customers who were dining, and kept VIP area clean at all times.
Our shifts would vary from 12-20 hours in one day with minimal breaks, which is pretty brutal on anyone ~ Management was very dis-organized and was not consistent with paychecks on designated pay-days.
The most valuable aspects I learned from this job was endurance, the importance of excellent customer service, and willingness to do whatever it takes to get the job done. (that's what got me promoted so quickly)
meeting NFL players and being present for big NFL events like the Draft
extremely long hours and minimal breaks with minimal pay
It is very pleasure to work at NFL, I enjoy to work over there, but unfortunately it is a seasonal job, only Sunday,.
Guest Service Representative (Current Employee) – East Rutherford, NJ – November 5, 2018
NFL is the best place to work, if it was full time I would not look for another job.all of us work as a good team members,they treat us fairly.It is seasonal job ( September-December), also it it is once a week, if it was full time work I would love to work there.
Consumer Products / Licensing Expert (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 31, 2018
The NFL is an exciting place to work, as it resides at the intersection of sports, entertainment, and media. THere are a multitude of opportunities there, be it Licensing, Marketing, Sponsorship, or Media. What heightens the experience there is that the NFL is constantly in the public eye, so every move is under the microscope! It's very competitive, however, and the workload is intense. Having been to 20 Super Bowls, I can also tell you that the perks are good! Thank you
Events Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 8, 2018
Worked as a summer intern for the NFL. An incredible experience, mostly due to an amazing manager and the overall friendliness of my department. Internship program isn't particularly well run—mostly comes down to how good your manager is and how interested they are in giving you a good summer experience.
Cornerback (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 4, 2018
Played cornerback position - Attended five meetings a day - Practiced for two hours Travel on weekends for game day Played during the games Went through four weeks of training camp that included twelve hour days Mandatory community service events, Play 60 children’s event, took underprivileged youth Christmas shopping, visited the youth detention center Attended one hundred percent of all off season workout activities Recorded three tackles
Injury Video Review System Technician (Field) (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 20, 2018
Awesome work place, The NFL will ensure the employees are provided with all necessary resources and materials to perform their jobs as well providing a friendly, secure, and welcoming work environment.
Professional Athlete (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – September 7, 2018
I loved playing football and feel as though it has helped me in life. Teaching me many skills along the way. Working with people of all sorts, and maintaining great relationships has taught me to be great at communicating.
IT Specialist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 25, 2018
Expectation is to work hard. Really hard. You'll probably burn out. Lot's of meetings that don't always have a purpose for interrupting your work and then you may be questioned what you were doing in meetings all day.