Concessions Attendant (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 April 2017
The job is event-based. The cool thing is you can make your schedule to your own preference. However when playoffs come, you will most likely get required even when you can't work it for school or other reasons. A good job for people that are either in school, or doing this as a side job.
Snack Vendor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 December 2016
I had a great time working for this company and had fun with each day that I got to work there. My job was to sell snacks which I was very good at doing. It was always fun selling snacks and helping the company money. At the end of night I would go back to the Vending room and cash out. The way the cash out system works is I would take out all the money I made on that night, pay the managers what I owe them and the rest is all yours along with all the tips that I made.
Selling snacks and having free views of concerts and games
Security coordinator (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 December 2016
I greatly enjoy working here because of the unique events experienced and the ability to impact a wide array of visitors and colleagues. I work with a great team and enjoy every shiftime I work regardless of the challenges faced at times. I hope to continue working in this job sector if given the opportunity.
CO-OP Student (Former Employee) – 50 Bay Stree Toronto Ontario – 30 May 2016
MLSE is the place to be at if you love sports. It is a very team oriented company. I worked in multiple departments and from personal experience all of them did a lot to teach me about how the daily operations went.
Work hard, play hard mentality..."Left hand" has no idea what the "right hand" is doing.
IT Implementation Coordinator (Former Employee) – Air Canada Center, ON – 15 April 2016
From an IT standpoint, I understand the organization was trying to get a handle on their problem of being uniquely understaffed, while having entire teams bear too much work, while other teams go under-utilized.
Food & Beverage Supervisor (Current Employee) – Toronto On – 6 July 2015
My reasonability is to setup the beverage stand I will be managing to ensure my employees can complete service during the game successfully. Document inventory prior, order missing product and verify floats for cashier before gates open. During the sporting event ensure all the policies are being followed by your employees and alcohol is shut down at the standard times. Verify income from each cashier and complete end count to make sure everything matches with the reports before locking up.
cash supervisor (Current Employee) – Toronto – 23 February 2015
I am grateful to have the opportunity to be employed by Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment. In a way they've put Toronto on the map with their marketing of "We The North". The passion they put into Toronto's teams is endless and pure dedication, which I absolutely love.
They're more than just sports, they're also dedicated to reaching out to communities in need. Management and executives are always finding ways to get all employees involved in community projects, fundraisers and setting up camps. I've certainly learned to be more outgoing, hands on and involved.
My co-workers are some of the best people I have met, they make the more difficult days worth it as we have the "we are one team" mentality. Including management, you usually don't see corporate companies with management that are leading by example and aren't absent managers.
A typical day for me - there is no typical day. I have certain routines that are to be completed in the morning portion of my shifts. And then my afternoon is spent completed more routines. In between that I spend my time helping others, completing miscellaneous tasks as needed and providing supervision for our front of house staff.
The hardest part is with it being a larger corporate company, I would have to say it's harder to meet new people outside of your department and with people staying in their positions for long lengths of time - it's more difficult to advance or be considered for promotions. But overall, it's a great company.
Overnight Custodian (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 December 2013
The job is pretty hard but it's possible to do within reason. After a long period of time working you eventually learn how to be efficient, co-workers will help you to get through the day. The hardest part of the job is having to clean up after the local team won the game on that previous night. It is fun to work there.
Productive workplace striving to fulfill customer needs
Event Porter (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 31 August 2013
A typical day at Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment includes managing inventory at all games and events while assisting customers' as required. Working there has polished my customer service skills as well as my organization skills.
merchandising sales associate (Current Employee) – Centre, NS – 2 July 2013
Hours are fair and decent only for the Team Store that is, other locations such as BMO field requires more labor for work in general shift hours averaging from 9-12 hours with the same minimum wage pay doesn't make sense.
Corporate Partners & Marketing Intern (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 May 2013
• Finalized End of Season reports for corporate partners • Researched new perspective Corporate Partners • Assisted with distribution of marketing materials • Finalized group and single seat ticket sales packages • Followed up with • Maintained computerized records of all ticket sales • Used Archtics ticketing system daily • Administrative duties
Office Administrator, Bookkeeper and Supervisor (Former Employee) – Toronto, Ontario – 13 February 2013
Office organization, administrative duties, associate with many staff corporate experience part of management team in a large, high volume restaurant work with many people on a daily basis 4am closing hours was hardest part of job working with many different personalities daily was most enjoyable
free lunches, availability to leafs, raptors tickets