Talladega Superspeedway was created as a palace of speed in 1969 by NASCAR founder Bill France, Sr., who coined it “the Greatest Race Track in the World.” At a mammoth 2.66-miles with 33 degrees of banking in the turns, it is NASCAR’s Most Competitive venue. The “Fun” track prides itself on being family friendly, especially with the introduction of the Talladega Garage Experience in 2019 where guests are immersed into motorsports like never before. The host of two major NASCAR weekends a year, the iconic ribbon of asphalt is easy accessible off I-20, located between Birmingham, AL, and Atlanta, GA.
Gate Guards are responsible for opening the facility gates, signing people into the track and closing and securing the facility.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Open and close gates of the facility.
Greet all people entering the facility.
Requesting all visitors sign waivers.
Responsible for keeping people out of unauthorized areas.
Communicate with Security Managers to relay information about track activity and on property needs during an event.
High school diploma and related experience.
Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment.
Excellent communication skills.
Must be willing to work evenings and weekends and work in all types of weather.
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