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lamberts-lost-tooth
06-07-2009, 02:09 PM
Just for fun and to give some talking points during the off-season.

Based on your personality and ability, what dream job would be a "fit" for you, with the Steelers?

Front Office (Administative)
Coach (Head....Secondary...Linebacker...O-line...?)
Scout
Trainer
Public Relations
Grounds Crew
Steely McBeam

Sarcasm expected, anticipated, and appreciated.

tony hipchest
06-07-2009, 02:14 PM
when it comes to money im real good with numbers. omar khan has a nice job.

i would love to be a capologist and contract negotiator.

lamberts-lost-tooth
06-07-2009, 02:19 PM
What better job than to be able to WATCH games for a living, and to be able to find talent for future Steelers draft picks.

But then again....If it was up to me, we would have drafted Quinten Moses. :thumbsup:

MasterOfPuppets
06-07-2009, 02:44 PM
What better job than to be able to WATCH games for a living, and to be able to find talent for future Steelers draft picks.

But then again....If it was up to me, we would have drafted Quinten Moses. :thumbsup: hmmm ....al davis could use a guy like you.. :scratchchin: .......... :toofunny: oh and lets not forget legursky..:tap:

seriously though .... i'd also be down with scouting ...traveling around to different universitys ? SIGN ME UP !!! :thumbsup: i've already got a BS pick up line planned out for the college chicks.... ummm excuse me miss... i'm with the pittsburgh steelers scouting department ... we're considering adding a chearleading squad , is that something you may be interested in ? great ! ... stop by my hotel room, and i'll give you an interview and get your info...:chuckle:

fansince'76
06-07-2009, 02:47 PM
As a guide, here's a list of the current Steelers' staff (http://news.steelers.com/team/frontoffice/):

Steelers' Front Office

Front Office Staff

Administration
Daniel M. Rooney, Chairman
Arthur J. Rooney II, President
Arthur J. Rooney, Jr., Vice President
Charles H. Noll, Administration Advisor

Coaching Staff
Mike Tomlin, Head Coach
Bruce Arians, Offensive Coordinator
Dick LeBeau, Defensive Coordinator
Ken Anderson, Quarterbacks Coach
Keith Butler, Linebackers Coach
James Daniel, Tight Ends Coach
Randy Fichtner, Wide Receivers Coach
Ray Horton, Defensive Backs Coach
Amos Jones, Asst. Special Teams Coach
Bob Ligashesky, Special Teams Coach
John Mitchell, Defensive Line Coach
Kirby Wilson, Running Backs Coach
Larry Zierlein, Offensive Line Coach
Harold Goodwin, Offensive Assistant
Lou Spanos, Defensive Assistant

Football Operations
Kevin Colbert, Director of Football Operations
Doug Whaley, Pro Personnel Coordinator
Ron Hughes, College Scouting Coordinator
Joe Greene, Special Assistant
Mark Gorscak, College Scout
Phil Kreidler, Pro/College Scout
Kelvin Fisher, College Scout
Bruce McNorton, College Scout
Dan Rooney, College Scout
Dave Petett , Blesto Scout
Bill Nunn, College Personnel
Luke Palko, Player Personnel Intern

Business Office
Mark Hart, Director of Business
Bob Tyler, Controller
Omar Khan, Business & Football Administration Coordinator
Geraldine Glenn, Human Relations/Office Coordinator
Jodie Spagnolli, Assistant Controller
Dan Ferens, Business Department Consultant

Information Technology
Scott Phelps, Information Technology Manager
Jon Pugliano, IT/Network Support Technician

Media Relations/Community Relations
Dave Lockett, Communications Coordinator
Burt Lauten, Public Relations/Media Manager
Michele Rosenthal, Community Relations Manager

Marketing
Tony Quatrini, Director of Marketing
Rick Giugliano, Marketing Coordinator
John Wodarek, Entertainment/Marketing Manager
Kathy Wallace, Corporate Sales/Marketing Manager
Rick Fairbend, Producer/Broadcasting Manager
Lynne Molyneaux, Marketing/Community Relations Manager
Mike Marchinsky, Youth Football/Marketing Manager
John Simpson, Events/Marketing Manager
Brian Tirpak, Production Assistant
Breanne Mueller, Client Services
Amy Regan, Client Services

Steelers Digest/Website Editorial
Bob Labriola, Editor Digest
Teresa Varley, Assistant Editor Digest

Photography
Mike Fabus, Photographer

Training Staff
John Norwig, Head Athletic Trainer
Ryan Grove, Assistant Athletic Trainer
Ariko Iso, Assistant Athletic Trainer

Football Staff
Rodgers Freyvogel, Equipment Manager
Rich Baker, Field Manager
Bob McCartney, Video Coordinator
Andy Lizanich, Video Assistant
Jason McMann, Video Assistant
Garrett Giemont, Strength and Conditioning Coach
Marcel Pastoor, Strength and Conditioning Assistant
Ray Jackson, Player Development
Pat Noone, Equipment Staff Intern
Andrew Ferguson, Equipment Staff Intern
John Murphy, Equipment Staff Intern

Ticket Operations
Ben Lentz, Ticket Manager
Libby Patcher, Ticket Office Assistant
Chris McMurtrie, Ticket Office Assistant

Office Staff
Chrissy Bulger
Mia Daudet
Connie Hoffman
Colleen Kimmel
Stacie Lawrence
Diane Lowe
Maureen Mannion
Renae McNabb
Karen Mercalde
Rebecca Mihalcik
Kelly Serafin
Tyrone Ryan
Emily Scerba
Ellie Sham
Jason Seidling, Media Relations Intern

PSSI - Stadium Corporation
Jim Sacco - Executive Director of Stadium Management
Rob Thompson - Event Operations Coordiantor
Brian Opacic - Operations Coordinator
Don Colton - Operations Assistant
Ken Fulton - Director of Security
Chris Ecton - Sports Turf Manager
John Fox - Playing Surface Staff
Andy Lipinski - Playing Surface Staff
Aaron Ramella - Playing Surface Staff
Jim Tabaka - Shipping and Receiving.Operations
Heidi Edwards - Project Coordinator
Greg Hoyer - Event Operations Assistant
Jody Lutes - Stadium Accounting Manager
Barbara Snyder - Accounting Clerk
Bernie DeLuca - Suite Manager
Cayce Little-Pastoor - Club Marketing/Guest Services Manager
Nikkie Feroce-Dvorchak - Club Marketing Manager
Maria DeNunzio - Guest Services
Dave Steiner - Audio/Visual Technician
Geneva Jordan - Receptionist
Beth Kaniuff - Administrative Assistant
Andrew Heidenreich - Intern


Medical Staff
Dr. James P. Bradley, Physician, Orthopedic
Dr. Francis Mah, Opthalmologist
Dr. Joseph Maroon, Neurological Surgeon
Dr. Abraham J. Twerski, Physician, Consultant
Dr. Anthony P. Yates, Physician, M.D.


Merchandising
Executive Offices
Tim Carey
Robb Gedrys
Kristen Weiland

Heinz Field
Sam Rogiero
Janice O'Toole
Sheryl Speer
Danny Williamson

Grove City Outlets
Brian Rogiero
Debbi Gabler
Susan Kalafut

Petersen Events Center
Scott Eafrati
Kevin Kropf

Monroeville Mall
Jim Moon
Stephanie Smith
Amanda Jendrzejewski

Pittsburgh Mills
Courtney Duzyk
Mary Dattola
Michelle Redinger

South Hills Village
Mimi Zabela
Sam DiMenno
S. Corey Flannagan

For my part, personally?

Information Technology
fansince'76, Information Technology Manager

That's what I'm talking about! :thumbsup:

lamberts-lost-tooth
06-07-2009, 03:07 PM
i've already got a BS pick up line planned out for the college chicks.... ummm excuse me miss... i'm with the pittsburgh steelers scouting department ... we're considering adding a chearleading squad , is that something you may be interested in ? great ! ... stop by my hotel room, and i'll give you an interview and get your info...:chuckle:

I want to traveI with you...if I can change my job to photography!!!

MasterOfPuppets
06-07-2009, 03:28 PM
I want to traveI with you...if I can change my job to photography!!!
well sure... somebody has to operate the video equipment , besides, ya gotta have a wingman incase you overbook interviews.... :popcorn: how's your BS'ing skills?

TackleMeBen
06-07-2009, 03:28 PM
i was going to vote for public relations, but decided that it would be a full time job trying to spin ben putting his foot in his mouth all the time..lol..

Psyychoward86
06-07-2009, 03:57 PM
Front Office, Coach, and Scout I'll leave to the Pro's. Id love to be a trainer for the Steelers tho. Steely McBeam is the worst possible job you can have in the black and gold. Cant you just smell all of the bears youd get thrown your way:flap:

lamberts-lost-tooth
06-07-2009, 04:05 PM
.... how's your BS'ing skills?

Have you not been reading my posts for the last three years?:chuckle:

Shoes
06-07-2009, 04:09 PM
I voted Trainer......but would love to be the Steeler Photographer.

The Duke
06-07-2009, 04:13 PM
Offensive Coordinator

:flap: j/k

Steelers Digest/Website Editorial

Now that would be a dream come true, wrting/editing about the steelers

um....and I want in on the college stuff. would suck as a scout but I can be a wingman :thumbsup:

Texasteel
06-07-2009, 04:17 PM
well sure... somebody has to operate the video equipment , besides, ya gotta have a wingman incase you overbook interviews.... :popcorn: how's your BS'ing skills?

Better than yours if thats the line you plan on using.

I put down grounds keeper. I love working outside with my hands. I can just see it, the team running out on the field, "How you doin Ed. Just fine Ben,,, Oh look out for that hole in the,,,,,,,,,,,,, oh damn.!!!!!!"

19ward86
06-07-2009, 06:17 PM
i would love to be a recievers coach

El-Gonzo Jackson
06-07-2009, 06:22 PM
I'd love to be in Marketing dept as that is where part of my educational background is.

HometownGal
06-07-2009, 06:26 PM
I couldn't find an option for massage therapist. I was certified years back but still have the "technique". :naughty:

lamberts-lost-tooth
06-07-2009, 06:42 PM
I couldn't find an option for massage therapist. I was certified years back but still have the "technique". :naughty:

You could do that in a Steely McBeam costume. :noidea:
Then maybe people would actually like our new mascot.

HughC
06-07-2009, 06:43 PM
I want to be towel attendant for the opposing teams' cheerleading squads.

If that position is not available, how about the guy that hoists the net just before every PAT right after a Steeler touchdown?

Texasteel
06-07-2009, 06:51 PM
I couldn't find an option for massage therapist. I was certified years back but still have the "technique". :naughty:

Ground Keepers are entitled to massage therapy as well, aren't they?

Hapa
06-07-2009, 07:00 PM
What about a player?

stillers4me
06-07-2009, 07:08 PM
Muscle examiner for injured punters. :chuckle:

KeiselPower99
06-07-2009, 07:46 PM
Put me down as a coach. Ill take the most scrutinized postion...Offensive Line Coach. Bring your hate!!!!!! And Im also up for the Cheerleader scouting crew.

MasterOfPuppets
06-07-2009, 08:19 PM
Ground Keepers are entitled to massage therapy as well, aren't they?
and you criticized my pic up BS......:shake01:

Texasteel
06-07-2009, 08:40 PM
and you criticized my pic up BS......:shake01:

I'm Sorry.

rich4eagle
06-07-2009, 08:43 PM
Just for fun and to give some talking points during the off-season.

Based on your personality and ability, what dream job would be a "fit" for you, with the Steelers?

Front Office (Administative)
Coach (Head....Secondary...Linebacker...O-line...?)
Scout
Trainer
Public Relations
Grounds Crew
Steely McBeam

Sarcasm expected, anticipated, and appreciated.

I think if I were GM and have complete player personnel control assuming the Rooney family kept making astute decisions on head coaches...........

well we would WiN the bowl 30% of the time and be a perennial playoff team.

I think I have the formula for winning as obtuse and unknown as it really is in the copy cat NFL:tt03::tt03::tt03::tt03::tt03::tt03:

stlrtruck
06-07-2009, 08:44 PM
I got the FO. Work my way up through the ranks and then when we hit the glory years for the third or fourth time, I'll be close to the helm watching it all go down!!!

SteelCityMan786
06-07-2009, 09:25 PM
Under what category would you consider play-by-play man? I'm looking to go into college to become a Sports Broadcaster

Dino 6 Rings
06-07-2009, 09:46 PM
Head Mother Effing Coach!!!

Dream Job of All Time.

devilsdancefloor
06-07-2009, 10:18 PM
joe greene has a pretty cool job ... scouting would be fun

Preacher
06-07-2009, 11:08 PM
Nahhhh..

Team chaplain.

Take the rookies out for dinner the first free night they have in Pittsburgh. Explain to them the evils of demon rum and demon women going after their money. . .

Give 'em my phone number to call if they find themselves drunk and thinking about driving home. . .

And threating the wrath of God on them if they screw up my chance for a SB ring :rofl:

Galax Steeler
06-08-2009, 03:44 AM
I would say scout because alot of traveling is involved.

steelreserve
06-08-2009, 05:06 AM
My PERFECT job? How about starting quarterback?


Oh, wait ... you meant a job that I'd actually stand a chance of doing well at. That would be some kind of salary cap guru and contract negotiator.

And also the new special assistant coach whose sole responsibility is figuring out early in the game whether Parker is having a shitty day or not. Because we apparently don't have anyone on staff who can identify that.

BubbyBrister
06-08-2009, 09:24 AM
I know two names on that list posted, and I can tell you that the job is just as bada** as you'd expect.

klick81
06-08-2009, 09:39 AM
As a guide, here's a list of the current Steelers' staff (http://news.steelers.com/team/frontoffice/):



For my part, personally?

Information Technology
fansince'76, Information Technology Manager

That's what I'm talking about! :thumbsup:

You would probably do a better job than the dude currently in charge. The Steelers site & board are so outdated, it's not even funny!

lamberts-lost-tooth
06-08-2009, 09:43 AM
Muscle examiner for injured punters. :chuckle:

I take it you are praying for a good old fashioned groin pull?:chuckle:

fansince'76
06-08-2009, 10:00 AM
You would probably do a better job than the dude currently in charge. The Steelers site & board are so outdated, it's not even funny!

That would be my first order of business - get that site (which is an embarrassment compared to pretty much all of the other "official" team sites) out of 1996, which is about where it's stuck with a complete redesign and upgrade.

CanadianSteel
06-08-2009, 10:31 AM
I would choose "Director of concession food".

Basically I want to choose the food and beverages served on gameday and be able to eat and drink while watching all the games.... could also compare versus other teams while on the raod at all the other teams facilities..

:drink:

GBMelBlount
06-08-2009, 10:50 AM
I think being a scout would be REALLY cool.

atlsteelers
06-08-2009, 02:10 PM
the Team President of drunkeness and fan libations. i would throwout the current seating system based on season tickets and create one based on a fan's rowdiness and ability to harrass the opposing team. We would hold open contest based upon ones abitliy to quickly form insults to harass the opponent with the winners to get the prime seats. I would replace the existing beerman with strippers and triple the number of urinals. Of course we would change the cost structure of the beverages at the game. Cokes will cost $7.50 and we would have $1.00 beers with free peanuts. In addition, if you are not in your seat at start the game or at the start of the 3rd quater you lose the rights to your seat.


Of course we would have a family friendly section up in the nosebleeds.

JackHammer
06-08-2009, 06:39 PM
Horticulture ftw! Grounds crew for me.

mesaSteeler
06-08-2009, 08:12 PM
Best job for me?

Minority owner of the Steelers

pittsburghp8baller
06-08-2009, 08:44 PM
Under what category would you consider play-by-play man? I'm looking to go into college to become a Sports Broadcaster

thats the same thing im trying to get into. im taking some classes at my community college heading torwards a commincations degree. Ive been grabing any speech or public speaking classes i can. if the school had any sports teams id apply for that job.

id either go for Radio Broadcasting or some where in the front office. I dont pay enough attention to college football to be a scout but if they offered me the job id take it

PisnNapalm
06-08-2009, 09:01 PM
I chose front office and I guarandamntee you that the first thing I'd do is fire Stupid McMascot.

steelwall
06-08-2009, 09:22 PM
Going off fansince76's list I'd go with photography since art has sort of become a new hobby of mine. Including photography, but wasent sure what that would fall under so I went with PR?

MasterOfPuppets
06-09-2009, 01:06 AM
I'm Sorry.
Tex i was joking :laughing: