VIRGINIA INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
• Arrive on time for the morning meeting.
• Ability to work a day shift of 7:45 am – 5:30 pm at a minimum.
• Ability to work weekends if needed.
• Work may require employees to work outside in the elements
• Work may require long periods of times of standing on their feet
• Employee can not have any visual or audible handicaps
• Needs to have the ability to be able to wave two flags with separate hands at once
• Ability to speak English clearly and to communicate on a radio in a controlled manner
• To constantly visually observe and monitor the track and the on-track participants as they pass through your station zone.
• The ability to use the proper flags to communicate with drivers.
• The ability to use the radio to clearly communicate pertinent information dealing with traffic in your Station area.
• The ability to monitor people outside of the hot track fenced areas to ensure they stay behind the fenced area and to call in anyone climbing or jumping over the fence.
• The ability to watch for photographers to ensure they are in the restricted to only the areas that they are allowed to be in.
• Must return all equipment to the flag shack at the end of the day.
• The ability to take direction from Control as to which flags and calls that they have directed to be displayed.
• To be on station prior to hot track activities, ensure you have all the issued equipment needed for the day.
• Constant inspection of your track area for debris or hazards.
• The ability to stand for long periods of time in the elements and to make yourself visible to the drivers.
The items listed above are the priority but do not exclude you from being a VIR World ambassador at all times and offering assistance to all VIR programs/employees when they are in need.