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5 days ago

Director, Ticket Sales - Washington Wizards & Washington Mystics (Washington

NBA Washington, DC

Works closely with the Senior Director, Ticket Sales, Vice President, Sales and Service, and the Chief Revenue Officer in the staffing, management… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Specialist, Guest Services - Washington Mystics (Washington

NBA Washington, DC

Responsible for all revenue goals associated with an assigned account base of existing Mystics season ticket members, focusing on renewals and… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Director, Guest Services - Washington Wizards & Washington Mystics (Washington,

NBA Washington, DC

Works closely with the Vice President, Sales and Service, and the Chief Revenue Officer in the staffing, management and implementation of a dedicated… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Manager, Regional Sales - Washington Wizards (Washington

NBA Washington, DC

• Sell Washington Wizards ticket plans to businesses and individual consumers via… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Account Executive, Inside Sales - Washington Wizards (Washington

NBA Washington, DC

Responsible for selling and servicing new accounts, creating and implementing new ideas to drive ticket sales revenue, and performing basic office… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Assistant, School and College Programs - Atlanta Hawks and Philips Arena (Atlant – new

NBA Atlanta, GA

/DUTIES: · Provide support for the new College Ambassador program o Help execute the tactical plans for the for each major college/university… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Digital Activation Specialist - Phoenix Suns / Sports & Entertainment Services/P – new

NBA Phoenix, AZ

• Attend meetings with potential marketing partners, as requested, to understand clients goals and digital needs. • Produce and maintain a… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Retail Sales Associate (Warehouse) Part Time/Event Staff - Miami HEAT (Miami

NBA Miami, FL

of the Job: Receive and process all shipments for The Miami HEAT Store and website. Properly price and tag all merchandise. Accurately pick… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Account Executive, Group Sales - Phoenix Suns / Sports & Entertainment Services/

NBA Phoenix, AZ

Group Sales Account Executives plan and coordinate large group events and theme nights, directed at generating ticket revenue. The selected candidate… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Director of Sales - Utah Jazz – new

NBA Salt Lake City, UT

• Protect the moral, legal and financial well-being of the Company • Continually teach associates new and better ways of doing business with and… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - NBA Associate in New York, NY
    Former Employee - NBA Associate in New York, NY

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    Pros

    If you're into basketball, you'll enjoy the corporate perks, which include the ability to request free basketball tickets/concerts for you or friends, as well as a generous gym stipend. There's the name recognition too, and meeting famous basketball players is fun. Free frozen yogurt during the summer is a good treat. Depending on the department, you may be able to travel.

    Cons

    During the Associate program, you're not given a real say as to which department you'll work in, and HR is not transparent at all about the placement process. Which departments you work in highly influences where you could eventually be placed (if at all). This severely limits your growth possibilities, as switching between departments is very, very difficult. HR is not your ally, they only look out after their own interests.
    Culture and hours vary a lot by department. You'll have no work life balance at Global Marketing Partnerships, for example (typical hours are 8:45am-7pm).
    Some rotations are based in the Secaucus NJ office, meaning you'll have a lengthy commute you need to cover out of pocket.
    Departments at the NBA are very siloed-off. It's hard to see the full picture of what the League does when departments don't talk to each other.
    Even though the Associate Program is supposed to offer leadership training, it's pretty much limited to useless corporate seminars. If you're assigned to a department you know nothing about, you're on your own. HR is quick to chastise and slow to help.

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    Communicate effectively. Be honest.
    Have departments interact more with each other and make it easy for workers to learn about what they do, familiarizing themselves with the company.

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