Pro Sports Club Jobs in San Francisco, CA

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3 days ago

Game Night Staff - Group Sales (Sports Management/Finance/Admin) – new

Pro Sports Oakland, CA

• Assisting with facilitating Fan Experience Programs (Primetime, Halftime, Fan Tunnel, Anthem Buddies, Courtside Shoot Around) • Supporting… ClickCast

6 days ago

Receptionist (Sports Management/Finance/Admin)

Pro Sports Oakland, CA

• Professionally answer, direct and manage a high volume of incoming telephone calls on a multi-line phone system • Respond to visitors, guests… ClickCast

23 days ago

Ticket Sales Coordinator (Sports Marketing/Sales)

Pro Sports Oakland, CA

• Making outbound sales calls. • Compliance with CRM, including properly documenting activities, touch points, rewards/gifts, etc… ClickCast

30+ days ago

E-Commerce Customer Service Supervisor (Sports Media/Graphics/Web/IT)

Pro Sports Alameda, CA

s, attributes, and related meta data into Master database. • Upload new and… ClickCast

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Mark Dedomenico
25 Ratings
  • Helpful (1)

    Just don't do it.

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    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO


    Free gym membership, some people can be really nice, discount on certain food items and at the PRO shop.


    After working here for a few years, I have to say that the environment is incredibly stressful. Management seems disorganized and the majority of departments seem like they're understaffed and their employees are overworked (especially the internal operations departments). Hourly employees are not really allowed any overtime and salaried employees are expected to work more than 40 hrs a week without additional pay (and reprimanded if they don't), Upper management seems to care more about revenue and the company's public image than employee satisfaction and happiness. In addition, there's a cult-y feel due to the PROBEST policy and the uniforms that all "cast members" are required to wear. Having to do "warm ups" each week to go over the PROBEST ideal is childish and stupid. Don't drink the kool-aid! Personal expression is not permitted, which is very old-school thinking especially in the Seattle area. This place is nothing short of a nightmare.

    Advice to Management

    Ditch the uniforms and take care of your employees!

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