Referees can be both a paid and volunteer position. They can also chose between getting free league fees, higher salary, and anything in between. Referees are in charge of controlling the games. Some of their responsibilities include the following:
- Making sure games start on time
- Keeping the games in control and safe for all players
- Reporting any disciplinary actions to the rink director
Scorekeepers can be both a paid and volunteer position. Volunteers will receive free league fees depending on their shift time. Paid positions start at $16 per hour. This is a great opportunity to get to know the game of hockey while making some money. Listed below are some of the responsibilities a bartender will have:
- Starting games on time.
- Tracking games and stats.
- Being our on-site DJ.
Who doesn’t like a bartender? That’s right. No one! And that’s so true at Dry Ice. Bartenders at Dry Ice will be in charge of managing the Neutral Zone bar area. The Neutral Zone is where everyone can have a drink and talk, watch the game being played, or watch some of the games on the big screens. Listed below are some of the responsibilities a bartender will have:
- Serving drinks.
- Cooking smaller food items in the oven.
- Maintaining the cleanliness of the seating area.
- Stocking the bar area with drinks and food.
- Opening the rink, if it is the first shift.
This is a big facility with action every day. We are always looking for janitorial staff who wants to work part time. Janitor positions can be both paid and volunteer. Depending on your shifts, you can receive some free hockey. Janitorial staff is responsible for keeping the facility clean during off business hours (day time). Hours are part time and you usually get to set your own hours. If you have great work ethic and enjoy making things clean, this is a great way to make some money with a flexible schedule and possibly also get some free hockey