Employer Spotlight: Cleveland Cavaliers
As a Clevelander, you’re probably used to cheering on the Cavs, but even off the court the organization behind the team is committed to positively impacting the community.
Led by Chairman Dan Gilbert, the Cavaliers organization serves a catalytic role in the continued growth and vitality of downtown Cleveland as the city evolves as a place to live, work and play. The organization is also committed to making a positive impact on the lives of children and families in Northeast Ohio.
Actually, in addition to operating Quicken Loans Arena, the organization also owns and operates the Cleveland Monsters and Gladiators, the Canton Charge, and the Cavs NBA Development League team and Legion Gaming Club.
Young professionals represent a large percentage of the Cavs workforce. The Cavs are proud to attract YPs to Cleveland by offering professional development and networking opportunities to keep them connected, engaged and motivated to succeed in their careers.
A career in the sports and entertainment industry can be rewarding and exciting. There are a variety of benefits and opportunities within the Cavs organization that provide the growth necessary for a long, fulfilling career. For example, Cavs team members can take advantage of a fun, casual office environment and dress code. A robust wellness program and an internal “Fun Bunch” committee aims to provide unique opportunities and personal touches throughout the year, especially during the busiest times of the season.
The Cavs also prioritize training and development opportunities for team members to encourage personal and professional growth. Senior leadership members host roundtables with employees at every level to understand what is top-of-mind and most important to them.
Additionally, team members are encouraged to take time to give back to the community with their fellow coworkers through organized volunteering opportunities with Habitat for Humanity, the Cleveland Food Bank, the Boys & Girls Club and more.
Cavs staff are proud to represent the organization and city of Cleveland at the office and in their personal lives.