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Job listing closed on 13 Feb 2024
6 Feb 2024

Manager, Broadcast Engineering

🇺🇸 Concord, VA, USA
Full Time
6+ years exp.

At NASCAR, you will find a community of passionate individuals who care about our sport and are united in seeing it grow.

We are a company unlike any other. We want you to bring your experience, skills and passion to our close-knit, high-energy environment in which our employees thrive and where you can prosper. We know the key to our success is our employees and we offer highly competitive salaries, a solid benefits package focused on wellness, and opportunities for you to grow and develop both personally and professionally. It won’t take you long to find out that you are on the right track here at NASCAR!

The Manager Broadcast Engineering is responsible for the Engineering operations of all Productions’ At-Home events. The Manager is responsible for understanding operating system and overseeing the technical aspects of live productions from remote sites to Productions facilities and Broadcast partners. They are tasked with managing staff schedules, new technology development and acting as lead EIC for all necessary events.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Build and program live shows in collaboration with Senior Broadcast Engineers.
  • Configure and patch connections between microphones, amplifiers, fiber transmitters, telephone lines, and auxiliary power supplies to relay broadcast material to master control.
  • Manage the weekly At-Home-Production paperwork to coincide with NP remote paperwork and operations.
  • Test and troubleshoot equipment prior to broadcast.
  • Manage parts inventories, cable pulling, equipment installation and integration.
  • Maintain open lines of communications to quickly remedy broadcast interruptions.
  • Provide technical support for the IT and other Engineering Departments.
  • Work to increase knowledge of control rooms, studios and other parts of the Broadcast facility, including switcher programming, audio console programming, intercom programming, and other necessary live broadcast programming.
  • Travel: 10% including weekends


  • Directly supervises assigned staff.
  • Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws.
  • Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.


  • Bachelor's degree (B. A.) or equivalent from four-year college or technical school.
  • Minimum of six (6) years of broadcast engineering and transmissions experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Experience with satellite provider, television stations, and/or remote mobile unit company preferred.
  • Proficient on Company-provided hardware and software. Proficient in both PC and MAC platforms.
  • Ability to read and comprehend drawings and schematics.
  • In-depth knowledge of RTS Intercom systems, HD Video and audio routers, SMTPE 2110, Audio Consoles.
  • Grass Valley production switchers (or similar), and industry standard streaming protocols.
  • Basic understanding of how IT interacts with broadcast areas and the ability to work thru basic system issues.
  • Knowledge of broadcast equipment such as scopes, routers, camera systems, multi viewer monitor systems, EVS, etc.
  • Strong IT base as it relates to the broadcast world.

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