Front Office

John Wojciechowski
Director of Pro Personnel

Biography

Now entering his 22nd season in the NFL, John Wojciechowski begins his sixth season with the Packers and first as the director of pro personnel after being promoted in June 2017. He joined the team on May 23, 2012, as a college scout.

Prior to coming to Green Bay, Wojciechowski spent the previous nine seasons (2003-11) as the Northeast area scout for the Dallas Cowboys. 

He came to Dallas after working for the Jacksonville Jaguars for five seasons (1998-2002). During his first three seasons with Jacksonville, Wojciechowski worked as the team’s Southeast regional scout for the BLESTO scouting organization. He was promoted to Midwest scout by the Jaguars in 2001.

Wojciechowski’s first venture into the NFL player personnel field came with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he served as a player personnel assistant for two seasons (1996-97). With the Steelers, he evaluated both college and pro players and did quality-control work for the special teams units.

Wojciechowski (pronounced woh-jih-cow-skee) was a four-year starter at Duquesne at defensive end (1992-95) and a three-year tri-captain. As a senior in ’95, he earned first-team All-Metro Atlantic Conference honors and first-team All-America honors from Don Hansen’s Football Gazette. He helped lead the Dukes to their first-ever conference championship (7-0 record) and a 10-1 mark overall. The team finished the season with an ECAC Bowl victory over Wagner.

Wojciechowski finished his career at Duquesne as the school’s all-time sacks leader with 24, which now ranks No. 2 on the Dukes’ all-time list. He led the team in sacks each of his final three seasons, posting 9½ as a senior in 1995 (No. 3 in single-season history) and nine in 1993 (tied for No. 4). Wojciechowski was part of a group that helped Duquesne transition from Division III to I-AA following his freshman season.

Wojciechowski was also a three-year starter at catcher and designated hitter for the Dukes’ baseball team. He earned a degree in business administration at Duquesne.

Wojciechowski attended Plum (Pa.) High School in suburban Pittsburgh. He was a first-team all-conference selection and was named to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s “Fabulous 22” team. Wojciechowski was also a team captain as a senior, and was inducted into the school’s hall of fame in November 2013.

Wojciechowski and his wife, Tami, live in Pittsburgh with their sons, Holt and Taft. 

Now entering his 22nd season in the NFL, John Wojciechowski begins his sixth season with the Packers and first as the director of pro personnel after being promoted in June 2017. He joined the team on May 23, 2012, as a college scout.

Prior to coming to Green Bay, Wojciechowski spent the previous nine seasons (2003-11) as the Northeast area scout for the Dallas Cowboys. 

He came to Dallas after working for the Jacksonville Jaguars for five seasons (1998-2002). During his first three seasons with Jacksonville, Wojciechowski worked as the team’s Southeast regional scout for the BLESTO scouting organization. He was promoted to Midwest scout by the Jaguars in 2001.

Wojciechowski’s first venture into the NFL player personnel field came with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he served as a player personnel assistant for two seasons (1996-97). With the Steelers, he evaluated both college and pro players and did quality-control work for the special teams units.

Wojciechowski (pronounced woh-jih-cow-skee) was a four-year starter at Duquesne at defensive end (1992-95) and a three-year tri-captain. As a senior in ’95, he earned first-team All-Metro Atlantic Conference honors and first-team All-America honors from Don Hansen’s Football Gazette. He helped lead the Dukes to their first-ever conference championship (7-0 record) and a 10-1 mark overall. The team finished the season with an ECAC Bowl victory over Wagner.

Wojciechowski finished his career at Duquesne as the school’s all-time sacks leader with 24, which now ranks No. 2 on the Dukes’ all-time list. He led the team in sacks each of his final three seasons, posting 9½ as a senior in 1995 (No. 3 in single-season history) and nine in 1993 (tied for No. 4). Wojciechowski was part of a group that helped Duquesne transition from Division III to I-AA following his freshman season.

Wojciechowski was also a three-year starter at catcher and designated hitter for the Dukes’ baseball team. He earned a degree in business administration at Duquesne.

Wojciechowski attended Plum (Pa.) High School in suburban Pittsburgh. He was a first-team all-conference selection and was named to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s “Fabulous 22” team. Wojciechowski was also a team captain as a senior, and was inducted into the school’s hall of fame in November 2013.

Wojciechowski and his wife, Tami, live in Pittsburgh with their sons, Holt and Taft.