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  • Road Crew

    Category: Road Crew
    Date: June 30, 2024
    Location: Mesa, AZ
    Hours: 8-12 per day for five (5) days
    Pay: Dependent on experience
    # Positions Available:12 out of 12

    The Special Event Road Crew position is supervised by the Race Director with support from the Events Organizers, who will be present at all events. This is NOT a full time position but a position that is filled during our event weeks. Typically the time period for this position is either Wednesday-Sunday for a Saturday event or Thursday-Monday for a Sunday event.

    Major Responsibilities

    Under direction, carefully load and unload all exhibits, assets, and equipment from semi truck and trailers. Position all exhibits, assets and equipment under the direction of the Race Directors and/or other Event staff. Set up and take down the fencing perimeter and pop-up tents at each event. Strictly follow safety guidelines to maintain safe working conditions for all team members as well as the integrity of all exhibits, assets, and equipment. Under direction, provide set up and take down of equipment and assets along a certified marathon route

    Qualifications:

    - Ability to lift and carry up to 60lbs - Availability for weekend events, early mornings and late afternoons/evenings - Punctuality and reliability - Follows directions; eager to learn systems - Must have own transportation (to get to and from airport/office) and Valid Drivers License - Experience driving box trucks up to 26 ft a plus - Preferred: experience with events, moving furniture, warehouse stocking, exhibit/trade show installations, inventory management, physical labor  

    Perks:

    - Paid transportation and lodging as you travel to different states throughout the US as we put on marathon events - Daily per diem for food and drinks - Opportunity to work with a wide range of people from all over the United States! - Experience the full, fast-paced style of event life! 

    *This can be an all expense paid visit to another city that you may have not been to before, it is hard physical work but very rewarding. Come work hard with us as we travel all over the Western United States!

    Please email to crew@brooksee.com if you are interested.

    Apply

Careers

  • Mechanical Engineer

    Brooksee is a dynamic entrepreneurial-minded company with a dual focus on technology and running events. We are seeking a Mechanical Engineer with a background in mechanical and electrical devices to  You will design housings, fixtures, enclosures, etc. for our race timing technology.

    Required Skills:

    • 3D CAD
    • A strong work ethic with ability to complete projects largely on your own.

    Bonus Skills (you will likely learn these on the job if you don't know them yet):

    • Linux/Command line
    • Scripting for automation

    This job is for on-site work in our offices in Pleasant Grove, UT. Travel to work with contract manufacturers may be required.

    This position is open to any level. Brooksee values a strong work ethic and creativity over experience and educational level. Competitive salary based on experience.

    Email resume to jobs@brooksee.com

  • Race Timer

    Location: Pleasant Grove, UT

    Position Type: Full-Time

    Introduction: Join the dynamic team at Brooksee, a leader in organizing and managing sporting events. We are seeking a dedicated and technically adept Race Timer to oversee and manage timing systems during our races. This crucial role ensures accurate and reliable race results, enhancing the experience for participants and stakeholders.

    Job Responsibilities:

    • Operate and manage race timing equipment during events to ensure accurate tracking and reporting of results.
    • Monitor data inputs and outputs, swiftly identifying and resolving discrepancies or technical issues.
    • Coordinate closely with race directors and other event staff to ensure seamless integration of the timing system with race operations.
    • Participate in pre-race setup and post-race breakdown of timing equipment, often during early morning hours.
    • Maintain consistent and professional communication with race directors through conference calls and on-site interactions.
    • Keep meticulous records of race results and timing system operations.
    • Train and supervise a team of assistant timers or volunteers on race day to ensure efficient operations.
    • Stay informed about the latest technologies in race timing and recommend system enhancements.

    Qualifications:

    • Strong organizational and multitasking skills.
    • Proficiency in technical systems, particularly timing and data management.
    • Excellent problem-solving abilities for immediate technical issue resolution.
    • Ability to work under pressure and adapt to the dynamic environment of live events.
    • Professional communication and interpersonal skills for dealing with diverse groups.
    • Experience in managing or coordinating live events, preferably in sports or race settings.
    • Technical certification or degree in a relevant field is advantageous.

    Work Schedule:

    • This position requires the availability to work weekends, holidays, and early mornings to ensure race setup is completed prior to event start times.
    • The role is based on-site at our Pleasant Grove office and requires on-site presence at race locations during events.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Benefits:

    • 401(k)
    • 401(k) matching
    • Employee discount
    • Flexible schedule

    Please send your resume to jobs@brooksee.com

     
  • Race Timing Assistant

    Job Title: Race Timing Assistant

    Company: Brooksee

    Location: Southern Utah and surrounding areas

    Job Type: Seasonal Part-Time

    Job Description:

    Brooksee is on the lookout for an enthusiastic and detail-focused Race Timing Assistant to be part of our dynamic team. In this role, you'll play a pivotal part in timing various endurance races and offering essential technical support during these events. Ideal candidates are proactive, quick to pick up new skills, and tech-savvy.

    Opportunities for growth include advancement to Race Timing Captain and Lead Race Timer roles.

    Responsibilities:

    • Assist in timing and scoring for endurance races.
    • Set up, monitor, and dismantle timing equipment in line with event schedules.
    • Collaborate with race directors to ensure seamless timing processes.
    • Offer on-site technical support, including efficient troubleshooting and problem resolution.
    • Manage, organize, and accurately record timing data and results.
    • Contribute to course preparation and dismantling when necessary.
    • Support overall race day operations and logistics.

    Requirements:

    • Proven ability in problem-solving and technical troubleshooting.
    • Comfort with technology and a willingness to learn new systems.
    • A passion for endurance sports (running, cycling, triathlons, etc.).
    • Team player with the flexibility to adapt in a fast-paced environment.
    • Strong communication skills and meticulous attention to detail.
    • Availability to work on weekends and holidays.

    Experience:

    No prior race timing experience is necessary. However, a background in technical support, event management, or active involvement in endurance sports will be advantageous.

    We invite motivated individuals keen to learn and excel in a fast-paced, dynamic setting to apply for this exciting role at Brooksee.

    About Brooksee:

    Based in Pleasant Grove, UT, Brooksee is a rapidly growing company specializing in marathons, half-marathons, and other endurance events across the western United States. Notable events include the Revel Race Series, The Portland Marathon, The Mesa Marathon, and the Las Vegas Marathon.

    In addition to organizing our own events, we offer race timing and event management services for third-party races. Our team comprises skilled engineers and software developers who work alongside our field timers to deliver top-tier race timing services. With cutting-edge technology, we ensure accurate and reliable timing, complemented by our commitment to exceptional customer service.

    Our ethos is grounded in integrity, teamwork, and innovation, driving us to create memorable experiences for participants and clients. Whether you're an experienced athlete or a newcomer to the field, we aim to make every event a celebration of achievement and community.

    Join us in our journey to inspire and empower through endurance sports.

     

    Apply for Race Timing Assistant

  • Software Engineer

    Brooksee is a dynamic entrepreneurial minded company with a dual focus on technology and running events. We are seeking a software developer for a new project focusing on race timing technology. You will architect and write code for embedded systems, mobile applications, backend servers, and frontend user interfaces. You will have a lot of opportunity to help shape the future of the company.

    Required Skills:

    • C, C++, Java, Python, and/or Javascript.
    • Linux/Uniux and command line.
    • A strong work ethic with ability to complete projects largely on your own.

    Bonus Skills (you will likely learn these on the job if you don't know them yet):

    • Firmware/Embeded software development
    • PCB schematic design and layout
    • Signal/Image processing
    • AI/ML

    This position is open to any level. Brooksee values a strong work ethic and creativity over experience and educational level. Competitive salary based on experience.

    Email resume to jobs@brooksee.com

  • Transportation Coordinator

    Brooksee is a fast-growing endurance event company committed to elevating the event experience for endurance athletes. We own and operate the REVEL Race Series, Portland Marathon, Mesa Marathon, and the Las Vegas Marathon.

    As the Transportation Coordinator for Brooksee, you'll play a crucial role in organizing and coordinating parking and transportation logistics across all our race events. The Transportation Coordinator position will be responsible for sourcing, securing, and managing all aspects of parking and transportation needs. This includes but is not limited to coordinating parking venues, transportation services, parking attendants, and route planning. The position will oversee the flow of participants, spectators, and volunteers between parking venues, expo venues, as well as start and finish lines. Ensuring the success of parking and transportation logistics is a critical part of our race events and therefore, the role requires strong organizational skills, excellent communication, and the ability to work well under pressure. Applicants should email their resume to jobs@brooksee.com.

    Travel to race locations during race weeks is required and includes days leading to and following the race day. Current race calendar is outlined below:

    • Denver, CO -REVEL Rockies: 5/27–6/2
    • Salt Lake City, UT - REVEL Big Cottonwood: 9/9–9/15
    • Portland, OR - Portland Marathon: 10/1–10/7
    • Las Vegas, NV - Las Vegas Marathon: 10/29–11/4
    • San Bernardino, CA - REVEL Big Bear: 11/11–11/17
    • Mesa, AZ - Mesa Marathon - 2/5-2/9 - 2025
    • Las Vegas, NV - REVEL Mt Charleston - 4/2-4/6 - 2025
    • Conway, NH - REVEL White Mountains - TBD - 2025
    • Walnut Creek - REVEL Mt Diablo - TBD - 2025

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Collaborate with Race Directors and Operations team to understand parking and transportation requirements for each race event.
    • Identify suitable parking facilities and transportation options based on event location, size, and participant count.
    • Negotiate contracts and agreements with parking facilities, transportation providers, and other relevant vendors to secure services within budgetary constraints.
    • Coordinate logistics for shuttle services, including route planning, scheduling, and staffing.
    • Work with internal teams to communicate parking and transportation details to participants, spectators, and volunteers across various channels, including event websites, race program, emails, and signage.
    • Oversee onsite parking operations, including setup, signage and traffic device placement, and traffic management.
    • Monitor transportation services during events, addressing any issues or emergencies that may arise.
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of transportation plans and make recommendations for improvements based on feedback and performance.
    • Maintain accurate records of transportation expenses, invoices, and vendor contracts for budgeting and reporting purposes.

    Qualifications:

    • Proven experience in event planning, transportation coordination, or logistics management.
    • Strong negotiation skills with the ability to secure competitive pricing and favorable terms with vendors.
    • Effective communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate with internal teams and external partners.
    • Strong organizational and multitasking abilities, with attention to detail.
    • Ability to work effectively under pressure and adapt to changing circumstances.
    • Proficiency in Google Workspace (ie. Gmail, Drive, Sheets, Docs, Calendar).
    • Ability to routinely lift, carry, and move materials weighing 50 pounds is preferred.

    Location:

    • Pleasant Grove, UT with a hybrid work schedule or Remote

    Compensation 

    • Negotiable depending on qualifications.

    This position offers a unique opportunity to create memorable experiences for our runners by contributing to the success of our events. If you have a passion for organizing endurance events and a knack for coordinating logistics, we encourage you to apply!

  • Volunteer Coordinator

    Brooksee is a fast-growing endurance event company committed to elevating the event experience for endurance athletes. We own and operate the REVEL Race Series, Portland Marathon, Mesa Marathon, and the Las Vegas Marathon.

    As the Volunteer Coordinator for Brooksee, you will play a pivotal role in ensuring the success of our race events by recruiting, coordinating, and managing volunteers. You will be responsible for sourcing and securing volunteers both as individuals and groups, ensuring that our events run smoothly and efficiently. This role requires excellent organizational and communication skills, as well as the ability to engage and motivate volunteers to contribute their time and skills to support runners and the overall race experience. 

    Volunteers are the backbone of our race events and the Volunteer Coordinator position is essential to ensuring volunteer needs are effectively planned for, coordinated, and executed. The Volunteer Coordinator position will be responsible for fulfilling volunteer needs across various segments throughout the race week, including but not limited to race packet assembly, race packet pick up, start and finish line support, aid station support, course marshaling, and event cleanup. The Volunteer Coordinator will also oversee specialty volunteer positions, such as pacers, lead cyclists, and sag vehicle drivers. Applicants should email their resume to jobs@brooksee.com.

    Travel to race locations during race weeks is required and includes days leading to and following the race day. Current race calendar is outlined below:

    • Denver, CO -REVEL Rockies: 5/27–6/2
    • Salt Lake City, UT - REVEL Big Cottonwood: 9/9–9/15
    • Portland, OR - Portland Marathon: 10/1–10/7
    • Las Vegas, NV - Las Vegas Marathon: 10/29–11/4
    • San Bernardino, CA - REVEL Big Bear: 11/11–11/17
    • Mesa, AZ - Mesa Marathon - 2/5-2/9 - 2025
    • Las Vegas, NV - REVEL Mt Charleston - 4/2-4/6 - 2025
    • Conway, NH - REVEL White Mountains - TBD - 2025
    • Walnut Creek - REVEL Mt Diablo - TBD - 2025

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Volunteer Recruitment:
      • Develop and implement strategies to recruit volunteers for race running events.
      • Utilize various channels such as social media, community organizations, schools, and online platforms to attract volunteers.
      • Actively engage with potential volunteers to communicate the benefits of volunteering with our organization.
    • Volunteer Coordination:
      • Determine and plan volunteer needs based on race week operations and functions.
      • Assign roles and responsibilities to volunteers based on their skills, interests, and availability.
      • Develop a schedule for volunteer shifts and ensure adequate coverage for all event activities.
      • Provide clear instructions and guidance to volunteers regarding their duties and expectations.
      • Serve as the main point of contact for volunteers before, during, and after events, addressing any questions or concerns they may have.
    • Volunteer Management:
      • Maintain a database of volunteers including their contact information, availability, and skills.
      • Regularly communicate with volunteers to keep them informed of race day details, position responsibilities, and any training materials or resources.
      • Oversee race day volunteer operations, evaluate performance, and provide feedback or implement action plans to improve operational effectiveness.
      • Gather feedback from volunteers at the conclusion of the event and determine opportunities for improvement.
      • Recognize and appreciate the contributions of volunteers through various forms of acknowledgment and appreciation.
    • Group Volunteer Engagement:
      • Cultivate relationships with local organizations, schools, corporations, and community groups to recruit volunteer groups.
      • Coordinate with group leaders to facilitate their involvement in our events, ensuring a seamless and enjoyable experience for all participants.
      • Develop tailored opportunities for group volunteering that align with their interests and objectives.

    Qualifications:

    • Previous experience in volunteer coordination or event management.
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills across channels (ie. in-person, online, email, phone). 
    • Proficiency in Google Workspace (ie. Gmail, Drive, Sheets, Docs, Calendar).
    • Strong organizational abilities with attention to detail.
    • Strong leadership and group management skills.
    • Ability to work effectively under pressure and adapt to changing circumstances.
    • Passion for promoting community engagement and supporting charitable causes.
    • Ability to routinely lift, carry, and move materials weighing 50 pounds is preferred. 

    Location:

    • Pleasant Grove, UT with a hybrid work schedule or Remote

    Compensation 

    • Negotiable depending on qualifications.

    This position offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the success of our race running events while gaining valuable experience in volunteer coordination and event management. If you have a passion for endurance events and the skills to effectively engage and mobilize volunteers, we encourage you to apply!

Don’t see the position you’re looking for?

Brooksee is always looking for talented people to join our crew. Send us your resume and tell us why we should hire you and for what position.

jobs@brooksee.com