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Audio Visual Coordinator - Daytona International Speedway (Daytona Beach, FL)

Daytona International Speedway is the home of "The Great American Race" - the Daytona 500. Though the season-opening NASCAR Cup event garners most of the attention, the enormous 480-acre motorsports complex boasts the most diverse schedule of racing on the globe, thus earning it the title of "World Center of Racing." In addition to eight major weekends of racing activity, rarely a week goes by that the Speedway grounds are not used for events that include car club racing, motorcycles, civic and social gatherings, and car shows. 

Daytona International Speedway is seeking a full time employee with audio visual technical expertise that will interact with our guests and participants during racing events and onsite special events.

JOB SUMMARY

  • Plan, setup, and manage audio visual aspects of Daytona Intl. Speedway related events. This includes large spectator events and track and client meeting room rentals. (not TV production)

     

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Work closely with the DIS Operations, Venue Tech, and Special Event teams on upcoming events.
  • Attend site tours with the sales manager and their clients to discuss upcoming events in greater detail to understand the client’s audio visual needs.
  • Manage audio/video in fan areas to include the Fan Zone, D500 Club, Garage areas, as well as with special events held in the DIS Stadium and Hall of Fame.
  • Assist the Event Operations team as need to support events.

  • Manage vendors for potential upgrades & troubleshooting.
  • Maintain inventory and operation of AV equipment; assess existing equipment and make recommendations for replacement and upgrades.
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.

     

    OTHER DUTIES

  • Be a team player, helping others whenever assistance is needed.

TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT NEEDED

Basic office systems including but not limited to computer system & programs, cellular phone.

All types of microphones (wired, and wireless)

Live sound public address systems (mixing consoles and speakers)

Digital Audio Matrix operation (Symnet audio matrix inside Fan Zone)

Laptop to LCD projector interfacing (Standard VGA or DVI conversion)

Standard DVD video playback (presentations, corporate pieces)

Operate forklifts, boom lifts, or scissor lifts preferred.

DIRECTION EXERCISED

This position supervises seasonal direct reports as needed during large events.

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS

Hours will vary but will include all hours the office is open, evenings, weekends and holidays as necessary to attend events and to fulfill job responsibilities.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

 

  • Professional:  Minimum of three years related experience. Related college degree strongly preferred. Projects a professional company image though verbal and written communication. Presents self in a professional manner and have ability to interact with all levels of organization internal and external. 
     

  • Interpersonal Skills: Listens to others, ability to follow oral and written instructions effectively, responds to manager’s instructions and accepts feedback.
     

  • Personal:  Project a positive image to internal (employees) and external (fans, vendor, other sports professional, community members) customers, communicate effectively and professionally at all times, comfort and experience with public speaking, exercise excellent managerial judgment, ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, problem solve and be a team worker. Dependable transportation to and from work is required.

     

    This job description reflects the general details of the specific job identified and is not necessarily a complete

    listing of all the work requirements that may be involved in the job.

     

    ISC is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace committed to pursuing and hiring a diverse workforce

     

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Yes/No: I have experience working fan-based events.
2. Yes/No: I have experience working with and near celebrities
3. Yes/No: I am available to work extended hours at consecutive days.
4. Yes/No: I am at least 18 years of age.
5. Yes/No: I understand that I will be assigned to an area that is outdoors and open to changing weather conditions.
6. Yes/No: I have experience with MS Office, MS PowerPoint, MS Visio, AutoCAD, Photoshop and Adobe.
7. Please provide two employment references with contact name and number: (At least on current employer is preferred)
8. Please indicate your availability including days/times you are available and if you are willing to work overnight shifts:
9. Yes/No: I am capable of lifting 50 – 75 pounds.
10. Yes/No: I am comfortable working on a ladder.
11. Yes/No: I am currently certified or have operated a forklift or scissor lift?
12. Do you have any friends or relatives who work for Daytona International Speedway or International Speedway Corporation? If so provide their name, and relationship.
13. Yes/No: Is there anything that could interfere with your ability to arrive to work on time each day?


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Staff Engineer - Motor Racing Network (Concord, NC)

Motor Racing Network is the primary source for NASCAR stock car racing and related radio programming. Our award-winning play-by-play coverage of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR XFINITY Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is delivered via satellite to nearly 700 radio stations nationwide. This makes Motor Racing Network the largest independent sports radio network in America.

The Motor Racing Network was founded in 1970 by William H.G. "Big Bill" France, the founder of NASCAR and the world famous Daytona International Speedway. Since signing on the air with the 1970 Daytona 500, the Motor Racing Network has thrilled listeners with its unique and innovative broadcast style, earning numerous awards and developing legions of fans for the sport, as well as the broadcast. In its history, the Motor Racing Network has developed a track record as an outstanding advertising vehicle, capitalizing on the loyalty of the growing number of NASCAR fans.

MRN STAFF ENGINEER

The Staff Engineer is responsible for assisting in the installation and maintenance of all broadcast equipment systems utilized at the MRN Broadcast Center and at remote broadcast sites. 

Responsibilities:

  •  Aids in installing, upgrading, maintaining, and repairing studio and remote broadcast equipment.

  • Assures reliable technical set up of remote broadcasts.

  • Assists with documentation and maintaining documentation of engineering systems; includes updating logs and executing checklists to discover equipment and system anomalies.

  • Works with the Operations and Production staff to identify, and repair basic technical problems; brings larger issues to the attention of the Chief Engineer.

  • Troubleshoots audio impairments and provide rapid resolution.

  • Coordinates with the MRN Chief Engineer to ensure technical problems are quickly resolved.

  • Investigates interference issues, provides and implements recommendations for resolution.

  • Performs and documents preventative maintenance of the MRN studios and remote vehicles.

  • Ability to quickly and accurately troubleshoot issues in a high pressure fast paced environment.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Basic knowledge of technologies used in a radio broadcast environment including digital audio routing, automations systems and wireless microphones.

  • Understanding of basic studio and large venue remote engineering.

  • Understanding of basic electronics concepts and the ability to troubleshoot equipment problems.

  • Basic understanding of IT with the basic level of IT skills.

  • Basic knowledge of radio station recordings, storage and playback systems.

  • Ability to prioritize and complete tasks on time and with quality.

  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs and work at heights from ladders, billboards or similar equipment up to 50’.

  • Ability to work outdoors in adverse weather conditions and on uneven terrain.

  • Valid state drivers license with acceptable driving record.

  • This position requires extensive travel.

  • This position requires the ability to stand for extended periods of time, kneel, squat and walk long distances. Will also require the ability to, at times, work under tables and counters in odd positions and tight spaces.

Qualifications and Other Requirements:

  • Minimum of one year of trade/technical school in electronics or related field.

  • One year or more broadcast engineering experience, or related field.

  • Previous experience in routing audio signals to destinations and performing basic troubleshooting of audio.

  • Have a valid passport or the ability to obtain one immediately after being hired.

  • Have a valid CDL or the ability to obtain one immediately after being hired.

Education and/or Experience Desired But Not Essential:

  • Network or station engineering experience.

  • Satellite uplink experience.

  • Knowledge of Wide Orbit Automation for Radio, (Scott Studio) and Axia Audio Equipment.


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