Pros: free lunch, great atmosphere, lots of responsiblility for a growing manager
Cons: poor compensation (especially comparable to the cost of living in the area)
This job is a great learning experience, especially for young managers entering the work field. My current position is challenging by managing 50 separate kitchens, 1200 employees, a full time staff of 20, 3 main vendors, 6 contractors, and numerous other responsibilities. My coworkers are terrific, but most have moved on because of the long strenuous days with little compensation. This job is challenging, like I mentioned, but it is an amazing feeling watching all of your hard work become a reality on game day. Your hard work provides 84,000 fans with the opportunity to enjoy themselves at a wonderful sporting event.