Retail Assistant (Former Employee) – London – 1 May 2018
At Delaware North your typical day was just serving customers and just enjoying the atmosphere also what i had learned was how to work fast in very busy conditions with customers and also helping people , the hardest part of the job is when halftime comes in the football stadium, but the most enjoyable part about the job is that you work with a team.
you get to pick whatever time you want lunch to start
Waiter/Barman (Current Employee) – Arsenal Stadium – 10 June 2018
- The management is very good - Meeting people from different backgrounds is helpful to any future jobs - I enjoy the surroundings, to have a laugh with the fans and the energy is very positive - I learn how to work fast, but at the same time be efficient - A typical day at work is full of smiles and cooperation, at the end, I was manage to get the job done
Buffet waitress (Current Employee) – London – 22 April 2018
Usually work at Delaware North includes long hours where you are always on your feet. There are very few breaks, and when there are they are likely to last 30 seconds as there is always something to do. They also offer free lunches, but I have spoken to offer employees and I have found that this is not consistent across all jobs offered.
Free lunches, salary is alright
Long hours, standing up for hours, job opportunity is seasonal
Food and Beverage Assistant (Current Employee) – Wembley, Greater London – 22 April 2018
Worked two shifts now and the supervisor I have had is great. Always telling us instructions, advice and motivating us. The staff you work with are new every time you book in a shift so you get a chance to meet new people. Sometimes it can be stressful in a busy environment but I always try to avoid that by preparing right at the start. Working at wembley stadium is a great experience.
Retail (Concessions) Assistant (Current Employee) – Wembley, Greater London – 19 April 2018
Working in Wembley Stadium for Delaware North is a good way to prepare yourself for working in a fast paced environment. Since you shifts revolve around event especially football matches so working there gives you the necessary skills to function in those types of those environments.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 16 April 2018
At my time at Delaware North I managed to gain a variety of skills such as delegating staff and working as a team and help motivate one another. As i believe working part of a team is what got everyone through the day knowing that we can all rely and trust one another.
Till Operator/ Cashier (Current Employee) – London – 3 April 2018
- A typical day at work is busy but a manageable work lowed. - The most hardest part of the job, would be getting more regular work. - The most enjoyable part of the job, would be the location is in Wembley Park.
Cook/Chef (Former Employee) – Derby, Derbyshire – 6 March 2018
It is a good place to work and its filled with good people. The hours you work are great because you can decide when you work. So you can still have a social life and/or have another job if you wanted one.
Hospitality Staff (Current Employee) – Emirates Stadium, Greater London – 21 January 2018
A very fun place to work with flexible hours and locations get to work in great stadiums places amazing perks paid weekly wide range of different staff members throughout the stadium option to work at the biggest sporting events of the year
Hospitality Staff (Current Employee) – London – 9 January 2018
It's a great place to work and very beneficial for those who may be studying because you are able to choose when you would like to work.However, shifts can be really long so if you're not physically fit this isn't for you.
Recruiting Officer (Former Employee) – London – 9 November 2017
I was employed on an hourly rate as a recruiter for the opening of Wembley Stadium. The commute across London was long and meant that I was always in 'trouble' for being late for work despite being on the first public transport available at 0520 every morning. Interesting my immediate manager was also on the same transport - probably why I lasted 3 months!
Kitchen Assistant (Former Employee) – Derby – 31 October 2017
A good balance of things to do around the venues. Always kept busy by the Managers. Learned all about restaurant food service and waiting at functions. Management were very well presented and had a keen eye to detail when it came to the strict conduct of employees for a minimal wage of £5.00 per hour. No realistic ten additional employee benefits like Staff meals, Event tickets or Pension plans were ever received although promised. A good work place culture for Football fans, Students and young people. The hardest part of the job was working late nights for long and tedious hours at a mere wage. The most enjoyable part of the job was working in the Catering industry.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Manchester – 5 August 2017
Just dont do it unless you are desperate. They are overworked and understaffed. the customers are all drunken idiots and its not an executive lounge. It for common people who want to get drunk cheaply before the flight. You do get free food and drink whilst you are there ard the girl who is the manager is fantastic,