“Promote the highest standard of quality for football equipment and the continued improvement of football
equipment, to ensure athlete safety and maximize performance.” (PFEMS) Educate players when dealing with all
football equipment in order to best assist players’ health and safety throughout the season. Contribute to the
logistics of equipment day-to-day activities, apparel, maintenance, and facilities for the Cleveland Browns
Duties and Responsibilities:
“Continue standards set for fitting, maintaining, and managing professional football equipment at the highest
level of sport.” (PFEMS)
Assist in cleaning and maintaining the facility’s clothing and gear, and redistributing daily.
Maintain practice equipment and keep outside sheds organized and functional.
Assist in packing player bags, making sure each player has two molded, one detach, thigh and kneepads,
helmet, shoulder pads and shower sandals.
Maintain inventory records of both serialized and expendable items.
Work week loosely structured around a 40-hour schedule. In season, week is structured around a 55-hour
schedule following a Home game, and 60-hour schedule following a Road game.
Working under and with the direction of the Assistant Equipment Manager.
Help organize and lead the set up and breakdown of equipment for practice and tryouts.
Help lead in the preparation and packing of players’ game day clothing.
Organize, update, and prepare the game day gloves and socks in a timely manner.
Prepare and pack the equipment travel bags weekly.
During offseason help stock, inventory, and issue coaches/staff/player gear.
Help oversee the day-to-day laundry duties.
Minimum Job Requirements:
1-year intern program. (Start date: Mid May – End date: Mid May 2025)
Knowledge of AEMA best practices and methodologies. –Athletic Equipment Manager’s Association.
AEMA certified or working towards certification.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent training/ experience; minimum 2 years of experience between both collegiate
athletics and professional sports equipment, related to the duties and responsibilities specified.
Problem-solving skills: multi-task, ability to work with frequent interruptions, and effective listener.
Proficient in the use of basic computer applications. (i.e. Microsoft word, excel, outlook)
Ability to use web-based inventory system. (Sport Soft Inventory system preferred)
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with rapid changing events and multiple priorities while being
Organizing and coordinating skills.
Ability to lead, train, and functionally work with staff and football personnel.
Working Conditions and Physical Effort
Moderate physical activity. Requires handling of weighted objects up to 50 pounds or standing and/or walking
for more than (4) hours per day.
Work environment could involve some exposure to physical risks, which require following basic safety
Please send resumes to: https://us232.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-