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18 days ago

Product Manager - Enterprise Solutions - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

NFL New York, NY

As Product Manager, you will guide a function that is charged with optimizing a portfolio of products to achieve the business goals while maximizing… VelvetJobs.com


10 days ago

TEMP - Event Accreditation Assistant - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

NFL New York, NY

• Support NFL Accreditation Manager in all facets of Super Bowl accreditation process • Work closely with accreditation manager… VelvetJobs.com


8 days ago

Manager of Youth Football - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

NFL New York, NY

Manager of Youth Football will assist in executing strategy implementation, and league initiatives to help grow youth football participation, promote… VelvetJobs.com


8 days ago

Transactional Paralegal - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

NFL New York, NY

• Draft, review and revise media agreements (e.g., TV, radio) submitted by NFL teams for compliance with League policy and correspond with team… VelvetJobs.com


15 days ago

Sr. IT Project Manager - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

NFL New York, NY

" Oversee tasks associated with all phases of a software development work: requirements gathering, design, development and testing. " Review… VelvetJobs.com


8 days ago

Analyst - Financial Planning & Analysis - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

NFL New York, NY

The Analyst will be a key member of the Finance department and will also work closely with other League departments on various projects. The… VelvetJobs.com


15 days ago

Director, Talent Aquisition - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

NFL New York, NY

• Work with senior management and HR Business Partners to assess staffing needs against the business strategy. • Build excellent relationships with… VelvetJobs.com


22 days ago

Head of Digital Licensing - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

NFL New York, NY

The NFLs Head of Digital Licensing will execute the strategic planning, partner management and execution of the Leagues gaming, ecommerce and trading… VelvetJobs.com


28 days ago

Player Engagement, Director of Education - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

NFL New York, NY

The position will play a strategic role in the Player Engagement departments mission to have a lifelong positive impact on all individuals and… VelvetJobs.com


30 days ago

Vice President, Media Strategy & Business Development - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

NFL New York, NY

The successful candidate will: •Drive the NFL's media strategy efforts, including constant analysis of the ever evolving media landscape and its… VelvetJobs.com


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    Pros

    Great opportunity to learn various areas of a business through hands on and volunteer projects. If you're looking for networking opportunities then this is a great company because you will meet tons of people if you place yourself in the right place and don't just keep yourself in your department. This company worked well in regards to departments melding together to get a project done. This company is great as a stepping stone. Get your experience and move on to bigger and better things. To move up in this company it's definitely "who you know" or "who knows you" as opposed to skills/merits.

    Cons

    For a multi-billion dollar nonprofit organization they under pay their employees across the board. This is a reoccurring theme I've experienced as well as heard from many others. SVPs salaries in the $100k and up range, VPs salaries $85 and up range, Managers/Directors salaries $55-70k and up range, Administrative Assistants $35k. They will definitely try to change your title which equals changing your pay. Do not be afraid to ask for more when they give you the offer letter. Do not get caught up in the "brand" of the company if your main objective is to get paid what you're worth. As of 2014, the environment has become very hostile. Coworkers will definitely throw you under the bus if it means keeping their job or getting that promotion. A lot of snitching as if we're in high school. A lot of obvious favoritism. You definitely need to sign up for this company with a "don't take it personal" attitude. It is not for the faint. You will be expected to work 60 or more hours a week and answer your company phone on the weekends and at nights.

    Advice to Management

    No advice to management. They know exactly what they're doing. They feel they've been doing it for this long, why change now. Unfortunately, every great empire comes to an end. I just hope they stop letting certain people run it like it's their company without a check and balance system and be fair across the board.


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