Aviva Stadium Employee Reviews in Dublin
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I enjoyed working there it’s a great atmosphere and all managers and other staff were very nice and every night is a bit different but fun I would return if I could would recommend for college students
Experience football/rugby matches while still working of course
Limited hours as only when events are taking place
The General Assistant role is well suited for people who are in college and have several hobbies they do in their spare time. You can work whenever you wish as it is on a casual basis. However, if you state that you are available and you don't show, it will result in a strike and if you receive 3 strikes you are made redundant from the job. The role is a fast-paced job which you have to be alert and responsive to customer needs and to your team-leaders' requests. Overall its a great starting job for secondary school and college students as you'll gain experience and get immersed in all aspects of the hospitality sector.
Chance to progress and develop as a person
Alot of food wastage after events that isn't given to the workers or homeless
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i was very happy with the time i spent working at the aviva stadium as it really helped me find my footing in dealing appropriately with customers and making good quality food and serving drink i would highly reccomend taking up this line of work .
free lunches, freindly people
my review of this job is that it is very fast paced but a very good job you work when events are on such as football matches which is a good bonus its very easy access to get into the aviva lots of transport such as a bus or train the staff are very friendly and very efficent the managment are good and always there to help overall very good experince
Aviva Stadium is one of the most visitor friendly stadiums I have visited. Staff are all very keen to help, and are very friendly. Its a great stadium, great atmosphere. Fantastic array of food/drink.Worth catching a game if you're in the city!
Great for students an people looking to start off work grwat experience get moved around alot so you get to learn new skills an the staff is lovely also get to see concerts an matches while working
Short hours means more social life
I gained a lot of experience working with Drinks2u. I was working in a very stressful environment with constant queues of people to be served. It was vital to work as part of a team and to communicate both with customers and with each other in order to be as efficient as possible. Overall I enjoyed my time working here and am often asked to work at events such as concerts and rugby matches when they know that there will be large crowds.
My typical day at work would include working on the tills on any of the numerous kiosks and bars in the stadium, the team leaders and management team were a great group of people who would always be around to help with any issues had while working your shift.
Great atmosphere to work in, free/discount lunches
Job security, no guaranteed hours
Overall a good second job to have on the side. Jobs can be accepted or refused, but be prepared for when you accept a job, no one really tell you what to do or where to go. You'll eventually find where you're supposed to be working, it's a fun and fast paced job. But at the end of your shift you have to close your til and sort out your cash intake - again not much help given here. But if you've a decent head on your shoulders you'll be fine.
When I first started working in the Aviva Stadium I didnt know what it was going to be like to work in a stadium with a capacity of over 50,000 people. On my first day I received a warm welcome from my team leader and I was shown how to do everything I would need to do throughout the day. When I progressed and became a team leader myself I was shown how to do everything at that level as well from paperwork to stock checks.
hours can sometimes be long but are very rarely