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lots of hours, lots of hockey
Ice Hockey Scorekeeper (Current Employee), San Jose, CAAugust 23, 2013
Pros: discounts on proshop purchases, free skate sessions
Cons: it's freaking cold if you aren't used to it, you must supply your own space heater(s)
If you can stand the cold (40F air temps on average during the winter), and you are needing a part-time and flexible job, scorekeeping for the in-house programs with the San Jose Sharks is a good way to go.

While it barely pays over the minimum wage, if you have the time to work...you will be given work. Especially during holidays when major tournaments – more... happen. – less
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If you love ice-sports, you should work here
Scorekeeper (Current Employee), San Jose, CAJanuary 30, 2013
Pros: free drink while working, discount on food any time
Cons: facility is open nearly 24-hours a day, so shifts can be very early or very late
With ice hockey, figure skating, speed skating, curling, broomball...as well as a concert venue at HP Pavilion, there's so much variety in the work day that you cannot be bored.
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Amazing!
Sales Associate at the Sharks Store (Current Employee), San Jose, CAMay 29, 2012
I love working here. I get to interact with many people who are interested in the Sharks hockey team and merchandise, and assist them in finding the perfect new addition to their Sharks merchandise collection. The management is incredible, all very friendly and great at what they do, and the co-workers are the same. It makes for a very good working – more... environment.

The hardest part of the job was interacting with some customers who were peeved that we did not have a certain piece of merchandise that they wanted. However, it taught me a lot about how to work with difficult people, which helps in many different aspects of life. – less