Aviva Stadium Employee Reviews for Steward
Found 16 reviews matching the searchSee all 83 reviews
Indeed featured review
The most useful review selected by Indeed
You are 1 cheerio among 500 cheerios. Seasonal work here meaning 0 hour contracts, a shift could be from 5 to 10 hours depending on what you're working, where you're working and who you're working under. There are many units in Aviva commonly supervised by people who lack the experience to supervise. Lunches are €2.50 out of the paycheck. If there is either 10 euro missing from one till in one unit, the whole unit is subjected to search and check meaning anywhere from 4 to 10 staff are checked.
0 Hour contracts, lunch is €2.50 out of paycheck, unstable workforce, new people all the time and inexperienced supervisors.
Great job, as I work inside the stadium so it's best job in Ireland on match days !! There is a good atmosphere from the supervisors, they encourage us to have a bit of banter with the fans and concert goers etc The stadium is very well organised, very professional.
Good supervisor and I get to see the matches free !!
It's fine, no down side.
Firstly you check in and get your work jacket or high vis ( depending on the weather) Then there is a brief meeting, where key information is relayed ie fraudulent tickets circulating and their markers Once assigned your area, you and the group your in will have another meeting specifically about the area you will be working
Get to watch games in the stadium and free lunch
Help us improve!
Is Indeed your favorite place to learn about companies?
I started this job while I was attending college. At the time it was a good idea as i could balance work, college and still have time for myself. Only bad thing is that it doesn't pay much got each event, which is bad as i needed to pay for transport etc.
people are more laid back and cheerful
Typical day at work involves taking car park passes off patrons coming to park in the car park at the Aviva Stadium and assisting patrons in the car park who require assistance getting to and from their car also to and from the stadium. Whilst working here I have learned very valuable skills such as how to assist a member of the public or a patron at the stadium as best as I can to my ability. Very friendly management. My co-workers are all very friendly people who make working at the Aviva Stadium a joy. The hardest part of the job is the very long hours when working a double which can be anything from 6-18 hours long all whilst standing on your feet the whole day. Most enjoyable part of the job is getting to go in and watch the games or concerts.
Free lucnches for the Rugby games
Long hours when working a double
Show up for match day get jackets and get assigned to a location. Open the door for people and make sure they didn't enter the seat location with glass. Hardest part of the job is that you have no breaks, Enjoyable part was being able to watch the games from great locations
Worked for Assistant Chief Steward Pat Flynn, and Chief Steward Larry McGrath, both great mentors and bosses. Got to meet a lot of people, including the future President, Enda Kenney. Was quickly promoted to Supervisor on VIP turnstiles.
Get to listen to the games, got to see the Haka in person
See more Aviva Stadium reviews
You may want to try: