Broadcast Technician

Toronto  |  Full-time (Non-union)  |  Broadcasting
Broadcast Technician
Full-time (Non-union)
Broadcast Technical
For over 100 years, we have been the engine that drives the Ontario horse racing industry. From King’s and Queen’s trips to Canada, to first dates, anniversaries and unforgettable horse races, we create winning experiences for all our guests.

Join a certified Great Place to Work team and be part of the future of horse racing and entertainment. Access exciting programs that can help unlock your potential while developing challenging and rewarding career goals. As we grow, we need dedicated people to join our cause. Be part of Woodbine Entertainment and get inspired to make work awesome!

This position is a part of the Broadcast Technical team responsible for ensuring the continuity of broadcast and audio-visual operations at Woodbine Racetrack and across Woodbine Entertainment’s properties.  This includes troubleshooting, installation, maintenance and repair of broadcast, transmission, audio-visual, broadcast IT and related equipment

Key Responsibilities

  • Troubleshooting, installation and maintenance of broadcast, audio-visual and related equipment
  • Recommending procurement of materials needed to maintain and improve the Broadcast department
  • Maintenance, distribution and installation of televisions throughout our properties

Key Success Factors

  • NTSC and ATSC broadcast technical standards
  • Familiarity with broadcast production
  • Wiring for video, audio, intercom and RF
  • Proficiency with PC-based computer software applications, including MS Office Suite
  • Advanced organization, verbal and written communication skills
  • Problem solving and troubleshooting skills required on a regular basis
  • Ability to work both independently and part of a team
  • Post-secondary diploma or certification in television technology or a related field
  • Minimum of two years in a broadcast setting

Working Conditions

  • Able to work shift work, days, afternoons, weekends and holidays
  • Travel between Woodbine, Mohawk and other corporate properties as required
  • Standing and walking required for approximately 50% of the work time
  • Regular interruptions and multiple demands