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- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Relaxed office environment, great staff, great leadership. I loved working at Films, and wish I could have continued there. My former boss is one of the best people to work for, understood work/life balance and trusted employees to do their job.
Not many head count positions, a lot of workers are seasonal. I left because I wanted a full-time position and head counts weren't available at the time.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at NFL Films (Mount Laurel, NJ).
I applied and heard from them a little over a month later. The interview was very relaxed. They asked me about my experience, but I do have to say that I was very nervous and babbled for quite some time about irrelevant things and they were able to look past that and extended an offer.
They didn't ask me anything about weaknesses or strengths or anything tricky. We just had adult conversation about the work that I have done and the type of work I'm trying to do.
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NFL Films promotes and preserves the history of the gridiron. Every year, the National Football League (NFL) subsidiary films about 270 professional football games, consisting of about 1,000 miles of film. Since its inception, NFL Films has shot more than 9,000 games. It also records other sporting events such as the World Series, produces content for the NFL Network, and offers commercial and corporate video production services unrelated to football. All told, NFL Films produces more than 4,000 hours of programming every year. The company has won more than 90 Emmy awards...