Midco Sports Network is hiring for part time team members in the Crew House working events as needed. Crew House team members do not regularly work at least 20 hrs per week. Schedules could vary and could include nights and weekends. To learn more about Midco Sports Network, please visit www.midcosn.com.
Midco Sports Network® showcases a wide array of sporting events and syndicated sports programming reaching thousands of fans. The Midco Sports Network team produces highly professional broadcasts that connect fans with their favorite teams and sporting events. If you have a passion for sports, and a strong desire to deliver highly quality sports content to the living rooms of our customers, consider one of our exciting opportunities!
Shades cameras during live game and uses equipment to verify that the light levels and coloring meet specifications.
On-the-job-training provided by the Engineer.
Assistant to Audio 1, the primary audio operator. Participates in setup and troubleshooting technical issues during game.
One year experience on Cal Rack and Avid Audio systems.
Operates EVS, Dyno and DNF controls for in-game highlights and replays.
One year experience on Dyno and EVS controls.
Creates team, statistics, and Midco SN graphics using the Chyron system. Proof all graphics prior to sending to Technical Director.
One year experience operating a Chyron system and Photoshop software.
Assists Chyron 1 by accurately providing accurate recent statistical information.
Experience operating a Chyron system and Photoshop software.
Operates the Scorebug with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail to ensure the score, timeouts, etc. are accurate.
Some experience operating a Chyron system and Photoshop software.
Works closely with Producer and game officials to ensure breaks run on schedule.
On-the-job training provided by the Producer.
Responsible for handling cables for the floor camera operators.
On-the-job training provided.
Responsible for running the parabolic microphone.
On-the-job training provided.
Assists with audio, camera and graphics.
One year experience with advertising or television production.
Responsible for sideline reporting during a game.
One year experience with reporting.
Assists with equipment set-up prior to a game or event.
On-the-job training provided by the Engineer.
Midco Sports Network is looking for candidates that can work in a fun, fast paced environment and have the flexibility to work nights and weekends. Positions may require the team member to occasionally lift and/or carry loads up to 70lbs and be exposed to outside weather conditions and loud noises. Crew House members are expected to communicate effectively and professionally in all forms of communication with internal and external customers.
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