Race Office Administrator - Evenings
SB Race office MHK
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Reporting to the Racing Secretary, this position's purpose is to operate the race office during live racing. This position will perform administrative duties for the Standardbred Department and will be a key point of contact for horse people and race officials throughout each race card. This is a part-time opportunity and candidates must be flexible to work 4 to 5 days a week from 4pm - 9:30pm to support race days.
Day to Day Responsibilities
- Responsible for taking horse entries from trainers/owners for races via telephone. Use information from the condition sheet to confirm race information (race date & condition eligibility)
- Be a liaison to the horse people and AGCO Judges
- Accept equipment & driver changes
- Collect all claiming Authorizations
- Distribute Access stickers and update the Security database
- Contact trainers directly should any discrepancies or problems with an entry arise
- Assist with Winner Circle presentations for OSS and Woodbine Stake races
- Assist in Department initiatives such as Caretaker Appreciation Day & Woodbine Cares events
- Review and process Standardbred Department invoices
- Using InCompass, ensure accounts have been created for each horse, trainer, driver, owner
- Work with the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario to confirm any scratches, ensuring regulations are being followed
- Maintain a professional relationship with internal departments including Printing, Customer Services, Marketing and Media, and external clients such as trainers, drivers, owners and the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario
- Lead by example, to exhibit, encourage and motivate WEG's Values and Beliefs
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma
- General to advanced knowledge of the horse racing industry
- 1-2 years working in an office environment
- General knowledge of horse racing rules and regulations
- Advance attention to detail.
- General communication, interpersonal and organizational skills are required to interact effectively with all staff, horse trainers and owners
- General computer skills in a Windows environment
- General ability to work in a fast-paced, team environment