FANgineer FAQs


Where are you located?

  • Seminole Hospitality is located in Building C of Doak Campbell Stadium.

How does the hiring process work?

  • You will need to submit an application using the button below. We will then conduct interviews for selected applicants.

When would I work?

  • Seminole Hospitality FANgineers are required to work all 7 home football games. Each game day will require around 8-10 hours of work. We would like to make sure you are aware you are unable to watch the game while working.

Is this a paid position?

  • Yes.

Would I get to watch the game?

  • No. Please understand that this position is not an opportunity to watch the game. FANgineer responsibilities require a high level of service and attentiveness. A dedicated and focused staff is essential to the success of the suite, club, and all premium areas. Furthermore, the guests notice and appreciate the hard work of the FANgineers and rewarding relationships can be built not just with the peers, but also with the guests.

Would I get a break during the day?

  • Of course! Each FANgineer will receive a 30 minute break, which includes a boxed meal.

Do I get to pick where I work on game days?

  • In order to place each person in a position that highlights his/her strengths, placement decisions are left up to the Seminole Hospitality staff.

Are there any physical requirements to be a FANgineer?

  • Yes. To be a FANgineer, you must be able to meet the following physical requirements.
    • Ability to stand on your feet for a minimum of 8 hours straight outside of a 30 minute break
    • Ability to arrive at Doak Campbell Stadium and leave on your own
    • Ability to navigate Doak Campbell Stadium, walking in confined spaces amongst guests within multiple areas of the stadium
    • Ability to communicate with staff/guests, including general interpersonal communication as well as potential radio communication
    • Ability to work outside with some exposure to environmental conditions including various changes in temperature and general weather
    • Visual acuity necessary to make general observations of guests and premium areas with specific regard to enforcing policies and realizing issues on game day

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