Timing & Scoring (2 Openings)
The Timing & Scoring leader is responsible for the Association’s timing and scoring at OMRRA’s race weekends. At the track, leader will setup the equipment on Saturday morning, run T&S throughout the weekend’s practices and races, and post printed results to the Scoring Shack. T&S resumes on Sunday and then after the event has concluded the equipment is put away. Grid posting may also be assigned to T & S, currently it is processed through Registration.
The T & S assistant runs results to the Scoring Shack, assists and/or operates T & S, and will train to be perform all the same functions of the lead position.
The T & S team works in conjunction with Course Control and Registration, applying consistent rules and procedures at the track to provide unified and non-conflicting direction and support to club operations.
Typically there are two leaders and two assistants, one crew performs the work on Saturday and the other on Sunday.
Saturday; 7:30am-5:30pm *OMRRA has a Saturday team but training will occur on Saturday April 24.
Sunday; 7:30am-5:30pm ** crew for Sunday’s is needed
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Manage T & S Process – Set up T & S equipment at the race track on race weekends which consists of Windows laptops connected to a Linux laptop server, two routers, one printer, and PIR’s internet & decoder.
Printing & Posting results
Scoring Protests – Work with race membership to provide excellent customer service, trouble shoot problems and process Scoring Protests per the OMRRA rulebook. Be familiar with pertinent rulebook sections such as race length, red flag scoring procedures, and scoring/transponder protests.
· Must be available and attend all (ideal) race weekends, although typically two crews will split the Saturday and Sunday duties. Expected hours are 10 per race day.
· Basic competency with Windows 10 operating system.
· Basic knowledge of networking or at least ability to connect as instructed.
· Advanced networking knowledge can at time be a HUGE plus.
Core Competencies The ideal candidate must possess the following:
Professional communications skills. Must be friendly, courteous and well spoken. Must be able to provide clear direction to racers and co-volunteers. Must be able to maintain and project positive, calm presence in a fast-paced and time-sensitive environment