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Whether you are looking to join one of our 32 NFL teams, the NFL League office in New York City, NFL Films office based in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, the NFL Media offices in Inglewood, California or one of our international offices, you are sure to experience the excitement that comes with working for the NFL along your journey.

We are stewards of the game of football – we work tirelessly to bring football to millions of fans across the globe, and most importantly, we have fun while doing so. Every day, we work together, bringing knowledge and experience from diverse backgrounds, to achieve a common purpose. Whether you are working to deliver a memorable Super Bowl experience or responsible for bringing live game action  to millions of fans every week—all of us play an important role in fulfilling the NFL's mission to unite people and inspire communities. The joy in delivering the world's most exciting sports and entertainment experience is unmatched, and we experience this season after season.

We are an NFL family – a family that is stronger together and teamwork is critical to our collective success. Each of us embraces our unique role in society. With our powerful platform comes tremendous responsibility, and we each assume the trust, character, and accountability that comes with this position. We unite communities and fans from all walks of life together to celebrate a game that is constantly evolving, balancing the authenticity of tradition with the power of innovation. It is a responsibility we take incredibly seriously, and we hope you will do the same. The NFL is an organization unlike any other, and we hope you will consider joining us on your professional journey.

Career success at the NFL is defined not just by the results you deliver, but equally importantly, how you deliver. Our six leadership attributes and our core values guide  our actions. At the NFL, leadership is everybody's responsibility and is demonstrated when we (1) Know our business, (2) Inspire, (3) Think Big, (4) Build Talent, (5) Execute, and (6) Live Our Values:


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Respect Everyone matters. Everyone contributes. In a game of Xs and 0s, we embrace all people for who they are regardless of status, title or background. We celebrate diverse opinions and perspectives. We honor hard work and commitment. Every contribution makes us better.
Integrity We always look to make the right call. We do the right thing when no one is looking, and even if it's unpopular when they are looking. We demand accountability and we expect fair play. We say what we mean, mean what we say, and always follow through. We accept responsibility when we get things wrong and then work to make them right.
Responsibility to Team As a team, we support one another. We depend on one another. Our fans give us their hearts. Our communities see themselves in us and we see ourselves in them. No matter how much we accomplish, no matter how successful we are, no one is bigger than the game. Everything we do has a consequence for someone else. We embrace our interdependence. We humbly strive to make our teams, our players, our fans, and our communities proud and better.
Resiliency We set high standards, and continuously strive for excellence. Anything is possible. No matter how great the obstacles, we overcome adversity. We turn losses into lessons. We adapt to changing circumstances and lead in new contexts. We embrace the greatest challenges and rise to meet them.

The NFL prioritizes having an in-person workplace as it enables us to more effectively collaborate, connect and build a workplace culture that will drive our continued success. We remain steadfast in our belief that working together as a team, in our physical office spaces, is critical to the successful execution of our season. For those reasons, except under limited circumstances, NFL employees are expected to work from an NFL office five days per week. However, we also recognize the importance of flexibility and therefore NFL employees are eligible to work remotely up to four days per month as desired. We also continue to prioritize the health and safety of our NFL workforce. Consistent with that commitment, considering the substantial and growing body of evidence that vaccinations remain the most effective protection against the spread the COVID-19, we require that members of our NFL workforce be fully vaccinated, inclusive of the COVID-19 Booster for those who are eligible under CDC guidelines. Exceptions are available only for those who need an accommodation for a qualifying disability or sincerely held religious belief or practice.