||Why the Stampede?
When you work for the Calgary Stampede you are part of a family of employees, volunteers and sponsors committed to the community. The Stampede is more than a 10-day celebration – it is a world-class, year-round gathering place dedicated to youth education, agricultural programs, connecting rural and urban communities, and creating exceptional experiences. We are a group of passionate, curious, team-oriented folks who love what we do.
Position summary: To provide operational service and support as well as technical expertise for various audio/visual and other electronic systems utilized in our venues.
• Daily interaction with internal/external clientele to determine and fulfill their audio/visual needs.
• Providing high quality, front line service to internal/external clients.
• Working within a team environment in cooperation with other technical, sales, administrative and trades personnel.
• Operating various audio, visual and other electronic systems, as well as installation of staging, banners etc. when required.
• A diploma from a recognized post secondary institution in Audio/Video Systems operation, design, repair, installation and maintenance. A/V system networking skills are an asset.
• 3-5 years of experience operating various audio/visual systems including event & stage lighting, as well as installing, testing & troubleshooting same.
• Working knowledge of Biamp Audio and Omnivex display systems is an asset.
• Excellent interpersonal, communication and customer service skill; team player.
• Ability to work under pressure in a constantly changing environment.
• Valid Alberta driver’s license.
Benefits: We offer a unique and exciting work environment, an excellent pension and benefits package, 3 weeks vacation pro-rated in the first year, and flex days, opportunity for advancement and employee training.
Hours: 40 Hours per week. Various shifts including evenings, weekend and holiday work.
Physical demands: Frequent lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling up to 50 lbs. Occasional lifting, pushing/pulling up to 100 lbs. Repetitive arm, hand and finger movements, squatting/crouching, kneeling, reaching, bending, climbing ladders 6 – 10 feet in height and daily stair climbing. Exposure to noise, dust, fumes, odors, animal dander, and changes in temperature. Adequate visual acuity, color vision, and sense of smell. Accurate auditory perception encompassing conversation and audio from public address and music systems.