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Broadcast Technician


Etobicoke  |  Full-time (Non-union)  |  Broadcasting
Broadcast Technician
Full-time (Non-union)
Broadcasting
Etobicoke
Our rich history is a big part of who we are.  With historic roots dating back over 135 years, Woodbine is steeped in tradition. We have been the engine that drives the Ontario horse racing industry, creating winning experiences for all our guests.

We are also currently on an amazing 20-year journey to ‘build a city within a city’ and transform the largest privately held land in Toronto into one of Canada’s premiere entertainment destinations.  This journey will unlock the value of approximately 700 acres of land, leading to job creation and the revitalization of our communities, while enhancing our ability to share the thrill of horse-racing and cementing our place as an entertainment powerhouse. 

We also take care of our PEOPLE. Here are some of the things we offer:

Full Group Benefits Plan
Pension
Paid Vacation
Discounts on Food
Ontario Attractions Discount
Free Parking
Opportunities for Advancement
Social Responsibility Initiatives
 
We need dedicated people to join our cause. Be part of Woodbine Entertainment and get inspired to make work awesome!

Our Values & Beliefs
 
| WOW EVERY GUEST | OWN IT! | LISTEN & CONNECT – PEOPLE MATTER | FUEL THE FUN & PASS IT ON | TRUST IN OUR TEAM | #WE CARE | PURSUE YOUR POTENTIAL |BE BOLD| BE ALL IN | 

JOB SUMMARY
 
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

  • Technical Broadcast experience, online and social experience is a considerable asset
  • 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

Working Conditions

  • Able to work shift work, days, afternoons, weekends and holidays
  • Travel between Woodbine, Mohawk and other corporate properties as required