Gillette Stadium Careers
At Gillette Stadium, you are an important team member of one of the busiest stadiums in the world. The venue is exciting and dynamic 365 days a year, providing you with endless opportunities to be part of the most expansive and diverse lineup of events and experiences in sports and entertainment. Gillette Stadium is the full-time home of the five-time Super Bowl champion New England Patriots and the New England Revolution, and regularly ranks as one of the world’s top grossing concert venues, according to Billboard. The stadium’s rich history of iconic events includes the NHL Winter Classic, international soccer tournaments, NCAA Lacrosse National Championships, college football games, high school football state championships and a visit from the Dalai Lama. To be a valued member of the team, you’ll need to work hard, thrive in a fast-paced and challenging environment, have the ability to manage multiple tasks at once, demand excellence of yourself and others and always put the customer first. If this sounds like the place for you, then we want to get to know you.
Kraft Group Careers
Gillette Stadium is the only privately-financed NFL stadium with 100 percent of the facility, land and parking costs paid for privately and 100 percent of the infrastructure costs reimbursed to the public by the stadium. Opening in 2002, the 65,878-seat stadium is New England’s only outdoor sports and entertainment venue of scale to be built in the last 100 years.
As a sports and entertainment venue, Gillette Stadium is the full-time home of the New England Patriots and New England Revolution and is one of the world’s top grossing concert venues, according to Billboard. Gillette Stadium was also ranked as the ninth busiest stadium in the world in 2017 by Pollstar. The venue annually hosts a diverse variety of other major ticketed events, including international soccer matches, NCAA athletics, professional lacrosse, motor sports and high school football state championships. In 2016, Gillette Stadium hosted the NHL Winter Classic.
The stadium became the first venue of its kind to host corporate and social functions unrelated to ticketed events. Today, the company’s special events department is a major part of the stadium’s 365-day operation, managing and hosting hundreds of functions annually.