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TCMS Team Members ROCK!

NOW HIRING for 2021!

Tri-City Motor Speedway provides on-the-edge-of-your-seat stock car racing action for fans of all ages on Friday nights between late April and early September. We provide a family-friendly, safe environment for our fans and race car drivers to make unforgettable memories. We are looking for like-minded individuals to fill open positions who will help us exceed customer expectations.

We are looking for individuals to fill a few new positions at the track for 2021. If you are interested in working please contact us. Thank you!

Current Open Positions

Grandstand Sales

Tri-City Motor Speedway is seeking a reliable and energetic individual for Friday evenings from 5:30 pm-11 pm (hours may vary) selling merchandise, admission tickets and 50/50 through the grandstands.

Skills Needed:

  • Must be people-oriented and have great customer service skills
  • Walk up and down steps
  • Adaptability and work under pressure
  • Positive attitude
  • Attention to detail
  • Work in a team environment
  • Basic computer skills
  • Run point of sales register
  • Cash handling skills
  • Must be able to stand for up to three hours at a time
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds, twist and bend
  • Age 18 and older

Best Candidates Include:

  • Retired individuals looking for part time work.
  • Individuals who have full time employment and looking for steady side work for extra income throughout the race season.
  • Highly motivated, hardworking individuals seeking summer employment when not in school.
  • Work or have worked in the customer service, sales, business or management fields.
  • Enjoys a fun, fast-paced, action-packed environment.
  • Reliable transportation.

Who Should Not Apply:

  • Race fans. You will never see a race and go crazy hearing it.

Food Concessions

Tri-City Motor Speedway is seeking a highly motivated individual working in concessions on Friday evenings from 5pm-11pm (hours may vary) helping with prepping food and taking customer's food orders.

Skills Needed:

  • Must be people-oriented and have great customer service skills
  • Adaptability and work under pressure
  • Positive attitude
  • Attention to detail
  • Work in a team environment
  • Basic cash handling/math skills
  • Run a cash register
  • Able to stand on your feet for the entire shift
  • Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds, twist and bend
  • Able to work in a hot environment
  • Michigan Servsafe certificate is not required
  • Age 18 and under may apply

Best Candidates Include:

  • Individuals who are eager to work and available for each race night and special events [SE].
  • Highly motivated, hardworking individuals seeking summer employment when not in school.
  • Work or have worked in the food service industry in the past.
  • Enjoys a fun, fast-paced, action-packed environment.
  • Reliable transportation.

Who Should Not Apply:

  • Race fans. You will never see a race and go crazy hearing it.
  • Individuals who do not like working in a hot environment.

Grandstand Operations

Tri-City Motor Speedway is seeking a reliable, dependable and detail-orientated individual for Friday evenings from 4pm-12am (hours may vary). Occasional and weekly positions available. Open positions could include ticket sales, merchandise sales, 50/50 Sales, customer service gate check-in, etc.

Skills Needed:

  • Must be people-oriented and have great customer service skills
  • Adaptability and work under pressure
  • Positive attitude
  • Attention to detail
  • Problem solving skills
  • Work in a team environment
  • Basic computer skills
  • Run point of sales register
  • Cash handling skills
  • ID people who look under the age of 30
  • Must be able to stand for up to two hours at a time
  • Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds, twist and bend

Best Candidates Include:

  • Retired individuals looking for part time work.
  • Individuals who have full time employment and looking for steady side work for extra income throughout the race season.
  • Highly motivated, hardworking individuals seeking summer employment when not in school.
  • Work or have worked in the customer service, sales, business or management fields.
  • Enjoys a fun, fast-paced, action-packed environment.
  • Reliable transportation.

Who Should Not Apply:

  • Race fans. You will never see a race and go crazy hearing it.

Track Maintenance

Tri-City Motor Speedway is seeking a self-starter who can identify, prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks to help fix and maintain equipment and perform routine property maintenance mid-April through late September. Hours vary each week; will mainly be weekdays or evenings, 20-30 hours per week depending on the projects being performed.

Job Duties: Mowing the grass, trimming trees, painting, hanging signs, installing fencing, pouring cement, welding, building construction and mechanical work on track vehicles to keep them operational. A mechanically inclined individual with knowledge of operating heavy equipment and has attention to detail is ideal for this position.

Skills Needed:
• A self-starter who can identify, prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks
• Skilled in operating a variety of large vehicles
• Attention to detail is required
• Intermediate knowledge of tools
• Quick learner
• Able to work quickly and safely
• Adaptability and work under pressure
• Positive attitude
• Work in a team environment
• Must be able to stand and sit for up to two hours at a time
• Must be able to lift up to 100 pounds, twist and bend

Best Candidates Include:
• Retired individual or someone with an open schedule looking for long-term; seasonal employment at TCMS
• Mechanically inclined
• Able to operate heavy equipment
• Able to problem solve and fix road vehicles
• Likes to get their hands dirty
• Can prioritize daily tasks and efficiently multitask without supervision
• Receives personal satisfaction from fixing issues, solving problems and a long day’s work
• Reliable transportation

Apply:
E-mail your resume to Justin@MiServiceSolutions.com

Safety Crew

Tri-City Motor Speedway is seeking a reliable, dependable and thrill-seeking individual for Friday evenings from 6pm-1am (hours may vary) for the safety crew. This individual will work on a team cleaning up car accidents, towing broken race cars and cleaning debris off of the track. You are able to work at another race track that runs on a different night of the week.

Skills Needed:

  • A self-starter who can identify, prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks
  • Must have strong problem solving and time management skills
  • Adaptability and work under pressure
  • Skilled in operating a variety of large vehicles
  • Attention to detail is required
  • Work in a team environment
  • Knowledge of basic tools and car parts
  • Quick learner
  • Great customer service skills
  • Positive attitude
  • Must be able to stand for up to two hours at a time
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds, twist and bend

Best Candidates Include:

  • Individuals who have an open schedule on Friday’s and looking for side work for extra income and some thrill seeking work throughout the race season.
  • Have advanced knowledge in racing or worked in the racing industry in the past.
  • Enjoys a fun, fast-pace, action packed environment.
  • Reliable transportation.

Who Should Not Apply:

  • Individuals who are uncomfortable giving, receiving or speaking on a radio.
  • Individuals who dwell on being told they did something wrong and continue to worry about it.
  • Individuals who are afraid to make a move until they are told to do so.

Safety Crew (Fill-In)

Tri-City Motor Speedway is seeking a reliable, dependable and thrill-seeking individual for Friday evenings from 6pm-1am (hours may vary) as a fill-in for the safety crew. This is a fill-in position to assist the safety crew when someone needs a day off. You are able to work at another race track that runs on a different night of the week.

Skills Needed:
• A self-starter who can identify, prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks
• Must have strong problem solving and time management skills
• Adaptability and work under pressure
• Skilled in operating a variety of large vehicles
• Attention to detail is required
• Work in a team environment
• Knowledge of basic tools and car parts
• Quick learner
• Great customer service skills
• Positive attitude
• Must be able to stand for up to two hours at a time
• Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds, twist and bend

Best Candidates Include:
• Individuals who have an open schedule on Friday’s and looking for side work for extra income and some thrill seeking work throughout the race season.
• Most likely will be working 1/2 of the race nights and maybe called in to work as late as the current race day to fill an open position.
• Have advanced knowledge in racing or worked in the racing industry in the past.
• Enjoys a fun, fast-pace, action packed environment.
• Reliable transportation.

Who Should Not Apply:

  • Individuals who are uncomfortable giving, receiving or speaking on a radio.
  • Individuals who dwell on being told they did something wrong and continue to worry about it.
  • Individuals who are afraid to make a move until they are told to do so.

Property Clean-Up

Tri-City Motor Speedway is seeking a reliable, dependable and detail-orientated individual(s) for to clean up after the races on Saturday or Sunday and have the work completed by 5pm on Sunday evenings. This individual is paid by returning the cans they return from cleaning the property. The grandstands are cleaned by raking and picking up items by hand. The pits and driveways are cleaned by driving a golf cart and using a hand grabber for cleaning. Trash bags, gloves, rakes, use of golf cart and hand grabbers are provided. Position opens mid to late May 2017.

Skills Needed:

  • Motived to work and clean
  • Self-Starter
  • Ability to work unsupervised
  • Attention to detail
  • Must be able to stand, walk up steps and bend at the knees
  • Must be agile to maneuver through the grandstands framing
  • Must be able to lift or pull up to 50 lbs
  • Be able to use a rake and open trash bags
  • Drive a golf cart
  • Hand-eye coordination

Best Candidates Include:

  • A family or group of two-three teenagers looking to earn summer cash
  • Must be able to clean each Saturday. The cleanup job must be completed by 5pm Sunday.
  • Extra cleanings are needed for 6/18 and 7/29 special events.
  • Have use of a truck or trailer to haul bags of cans away each week
  • This is a full season job, not just a few weeks out of the summer
  • Individual(s) who don’t mind getting dirty, digging a little in the trash to fetch cans and enjoys a physical workout.

Other Notes:

  • It takes one person about nine hours, two people about four hours and three people about three hours to properly complete this cleaning job.
  • There is a direct correlation to the amount of garbage left over after the races and the amount of cans you’ll receive to cash in. The more garbage, the more cleanup, the more cans you’ll receive to return (except for Kids and Autograph Night).
  • From cleaning after each race in 2015, $2,456.80 was returned in cans and $74.50 was found while cleaning.

Who Should Not Apply:

  • Individuals who quickly get tired from physical labor.
  • Individuals who need to be supervised.

Pit Operations Leader

Tri-City Motor Speedway is seeking a reliable, dependable and outgoing individual for Friday evenings from 5pm-1am (hours may vary). The position will begin in late April and runs through early September. Applicants must be able to work the full season (up to one scheduled day off per race season). You are able to work at another racetrack that races on a different night of the week.

Pit Operations Leader is in charge of overseeing all pit operations including: hauler inspections, driver check-in, tire barn sales and service, vehicle inspection, training and running through drills with the safety crew, line-ups (text, pit board and vehicle), scales, line-up chute, hot pits, payout and general pit safety. Pit Operations is the go to person for drivers to get their questions answered or to find the answer for the driver in a reasonable amount of time.

Job Duties Include:
- Welcomes all drivers to TCMS each week.
- Makes sure new driver’s questions are answered and they are familiarized with the track procedures, layout and rules.
- Is present at the drivers meeting and after all races are completed where drivers can get their questions addressed.
- Coordinates and directs racing activities at racetrack.
- Line-ups up cars for each race.
- Observes team member’s performing duties to make sure compliance with TCMS guidelines.
- Controls traffic to make sure only authorized vehicles are in pit.
- Directs vehicles to assigned places in pit.
- Speak with drivers about their concerns and questions throughout the night.
- Make notes of driver concerns that need to be addressed.
- Oversees hot pit stops
- Oversees line-up area ensuring crew members stay by their own cars and that cars are ready and lined up two races early to keep the show moving.
- Consults with race scorers to resolve scoring disputes.
- Assesses race procedure penalties for rule violations based on TCMS rule book.
- Writes reports to record all complaints, actions taken and penalties imposed.
- May inspect vehicles drivers for safety equipment, like seat belts, harnesses, window nets, and helmets.

Skills Needed:
- Ability to remain calm and keep your composure in adrenaline filled conversations.
- Adaptability and work under pressure
- Be able to make unbiased decisions very quickly
- A self-starter who can identify, prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks
- Must have strong problem solving and time management skills
- Must have great communication skills
- Attention to detail is required
Knowledge of racing and race cars
- Quick learner
- Great customer service skills
- Positive attitude
- Work in a team environment
- Must be able to stand for up to five hours at a time
- Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds, climb, twist and bend

Best Candidates Include:
- Individuals who have a passion to help build and grow Tri-City Motor Speedway long into the future.
- Individuals who have full time employment and looking for steady side work for extra income throughout the race season.
- Individuals who are not tired or stressed out after working a 40 hour work week before coming to work at the track.
- Individual who has a predictable work schedule and is not scheduled for working on call.
- Be available and willing to train on non-race days when your schedule allows.
- Individuals who are not directly related or associated to race car drivers or teams.
- Individuals who do not have a personal relationship with a Tri-City Motor Speedway race car driver or team.
- Individuals who do not race at Tri-City Motor Speedway, other racetracks or plan to in the future.
- Have advanced knowledge in racing or worked in the racing industry in the past.
- Work or have worked in the customer service, sales, business or management fields.
- Enjoys a fun, fast-pace, action packed environment.
- Reliable transportation

Who Should Not Apply:

  • Individuals who do not like telling other people "no".
  • Individuals who easily get upset when they get yelled at.
  • Individuals who want other people to like them.
  • Individuals who need to stop working at a set time.

Social Media

Tri-City Motor Speedway is seeking a team member to operate our social media who desires to advance to the position of scoring or race director on Friday evenings from 6pm-12am (hours may vary).

The social media person posts race updates to Facebook, records driver interviews in victory lane, sends text line-ups to drivers and records the heat and feature races for tower personal to review footage and quickly make calls. The social media person assists the tower staff with watching certain areas of the track, watching for cars leaving the track and calling out hazards. The social media person mainly works from inside of the scoring tower and walks down the grandstand steps for each victory lane interview.

Skills Needed:

  • A self-starter who can identify, prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks
  • Adaptability and work under pressure
  • Must have strong problem solving and time management skills
  • Must have great communication skills
  • Skilled in operating a variety of computer software
  • Intermediate knowledge managing a Facebook Page
  • Intermediate knowledge of working and problem solving an iPad
  • Great attention to detail
  • Must have basic to intermediate racing knowledge
  • Quick learner
  • Positive attitude
  • Work in a team environment
  • Must be able to stand for up to two hours at a time
  • Must be able to walk up and down grandstands several times per night
  • Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds, twist and bend

Best Candidates Include:

  • Individuals who want to advance to the position of Scoring or Race Director when these spots need to be filled at a future date.
  • Race fan with advanced knowledge in racing or worked in the racing industry in the past.
  • Individuals who have prior experience managing a Facebook page.
  • Individuals who have a passion to help build and grow Tri-City Motor Speedway long into the future.
  • Individuals who have full time employment and looking for steady side work for extra income throughout the race season.
  • Individuals who have a predictable work schedule and are not scheduled for working on call.
  • Individuals who are able to work every Friday night of the race season from 6pm -12:30am. (One day off per season).
  • Be available and willing to train on non-race days.
  • Individuals who are not directly related or associated to race car drivers or teams.
  • Individuals who do not have a personal relationship with a Tri-City Motor Speedway race car driver or team.
  • Individuals who do not race at Tri-City Motor Speedway, other racetracks or plan to in the future.
  • Enjoys a fun, fast-pace, action packed environment.
  • Reliable transportation

Who Should Not Apply:

  • Individuals who are "chatty"
  • Individuals who get easily stressed when under pressure
  • Individuals who can't walk up and down grandstands several times
  • Individuals who need to be close to a bathroom

Tech Inspector

Tri-City Motor Speedway is seeking a reliable, dependable and outgoing individual for Friday evenings from 5pm-1am (hours may vary). The position will begin in late April and runs through early September. Applicants must be able to work the full season (up to one scheduled day off per race season). You are able to work at another racetrack that races on a different night of the week.

Tech Inspector is in charge of overseeing all race car operations in the pit area including: vehicle inspection, transponder inspection and troubleshooting, line-ups (text, pit board and vehicle), scales and general pit safety. The Tech Inspector is to be available for drivers to get their questions answered or to find the answer for the driver in a reasonable amount of time.

Job Duties Include:

  • Welcome drivers to TCMS.
  • Inspect cars to verify they are following TCMS rules for each class.
  • Inspect vehicles drivers for safety equipment, like seat belts, harnesses, window nets, and helmets.
  • Consult drivers on transponder mounting and help trouble shoot transponders that do not show up on scoring system.
  • Answering technical questions from drivers.
  • Makes sure new driver’s questions are answered and they are familiarized with the track procedures, layout and rules.
  • Speak with drivers about their concerns and questions throughout the night.
  • Make notes of driver concerns that need to be addressed.
  • Consults with race scorers to resolve scoring disputes.
  • Determines penalties to be assessed for rules violation based on TCMS rule book.
  • Writes reports to record all complaints, actions taken and penalties imposed.
  • Clears cars from claim area.
  • Oversee engine claims (which occur at the end of the race night).
  • Assist with pit operation procedures.

Skills Needed:

  • Ability to remain calm and keep your composure in adrenaline filled conversations.
  • Adaptability and work under pressure
  • Be able to make unbiased decisions very quickly
  • A self-starter who can identify, prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks
  • Mechanically inclined
  • Must have strong problem solving and time management skills
  • Must have great communication skills
  • Attention to detail is required
  • Knowledge of racing and race cars
  • Quick learner
  • Great customer service skills
  • Positive attitude
  • Work in a team environment
  • Must be able to stand for up to five hours at a time
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds, climb, twist and bend

Best Candidates Include:

  • Individuals over the age of 21.
  • Individuals who have a passion to help build and grow Tri-City Motor Speedway long into the future.
  • Individuals who have full time employment and looking for steady side work for extra income throughout the race season.
  • Individuals who are not tired or stressed out after working a 40 hour work week before coming to work at the track.
  • Individual who has a predictable work schedule and is not scheduled for working on call.
  • Be available and willing to train on non-race days when your schedule allows.
  • Individuals who are not directly related or associated to race car drivers or teams.
  • Individuals who do not have a personal relationship with a Tri-City Motor Speedway race car driver or team.
  • Individuals who do not race at Tri-City Motor Speedway, other race tracks or plan to in the future.
  • Have advanced knowledge in racing or worked in the racing industry in the past.
  • Work or have worked in the customer service, sales, business or management fields.
  • Enjoys a fun, fast-pace, action packed environment.
  • Reliable transportation

Who Should Not Apply:

  • Individuals who do not like telling other people "no".
  • Individuals who easily get upset when they get yelled at.
  • Individuals who want other people to like them.
  • Individuals who need to stop working at a set time.

Track Prep & Yard Maintenance

Tri-City Motor Speedway is seeking a self-starter who can identify, prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks to help with track prep and yard maintenance for test & tunes and race nights mid-April through late September. Work hours are Thursday 6pm-1am & Friday 10am-11:30pm. On practice weeks, Tuesday 6pm-1am & Wednesday 9am-6pm (hours may vary). Applicants must be able to work the full season with up to one scheduled day off per race season.

Track prep & yard maintenance is responsible for watering the track, mowing the grass in the parking lots and light mechanical work on track vehicles. Track watering starts the day prior to a practice and on practice day along with the day before a race day and on race day. The driveways are also watered for dust control on practice and race days. During race nights, the track prep person switches between the safety push truck, cleaning up the broken cars on the track, and the water truck to keep the track maintained throughout the night. Lawn mowing with a tractor and pull behind mower, and light vehicle maintenance is performed in-between water loads when the water needs time to penetrate the track’s surface. A mechanically inclined individual with attention to detail is ideal for this position. The conditions can be hot in the summer months and you will get dirty working in the wet clay.

Job Duties Include:
• Watering the track the day prior to scheduled races and on race day
• Watering the track the day prior to scheduled test & tunes
• Mowing the grass driveways with a tractor and pull behind mower
• Performing light duty maintenance work on track vehicles to keep them operational.
• Filling the water truck
• Watering the driveways on test & tunes and on race nights
• Switching from watering the track to working in the push truck on the safety crew during the feature races.
• The applicant will eventually learn how to operate the grader and other track prep vehicles.

Skills Needed:
• A self-starter who can identify, prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks
• Skilled in operating a variety of large vehicles
• Attention to detail is required
• Knowledge of basic tools
• Quick learner
• Able to work quickly and safely
• Adaptability and work under pressure
• Positive attitude
• Work in a team environment
• Must be able to stand and sit for up to two hours at a time
• Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds, twist and bend

Best Candidates Include:
• Retired individual or someone with an open schedule looking for long-term; seasonal employment at TCMS
• Mechanically inclined
• Able to drive the water truck
• Able to operator a tractor
• Able to work on the safety crew and operate the push truck
• Experience operating a grader is a plus
• Able to work weekly each Thursday 6pm-1am & Friday 10am-11:30pm. On practice weeks, Tuesday 6pm-1am & Wednesday 9am-6pm
• Enjoys a fun, fast-pace, action packed environment
• Reliable transportation

Apply:
E-mail your resume to Justin@MiServiceSolutions.com

Parking Assistant

Tri-City Motor Speedway is seeking a friendly, self-starting individual for part time work on Friday evenings from 4:30pm-8:30pm. The parking assistant answers all questions from people entering the property and manages the parking arrangement of vehicles in the parking lots. The parking assistant uses the radio to communicate with the customer service patrol cart who move fans around the property. Parking assistants are scheduled for about 3/4 of the races nights including: Winged Sprints, Kids Night & Autographs and the Faster Pastor Race.

Skills Needed

  • Must be people-oriented and have great customer service skills
  • Ability to work alone and a self-starter
  • Develop parking layout and correct vehicle spacing without having ground lines
  • Friendly and a positive attitude
  • Be informed of all nightly happenings and answer all event and parking questions
  • Problem solving skills
  • Adaptability and work under pressure
  • Speak on hand-held radio
  • Must be able to stand/walk for up to four hours at a time
  • Work in outside elements (sun, wind, wet ground, etc.)
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds, twist and bend

Best Candidates Include

  • Race fans who plan on being at the track anyways. Work four hours and then can watch the races starting about 9:00pm.
  • Individuals who do not work another job on Friday nights.
  • Retired individuals looking for part time work.
  • Individuals who have full time employment and looking for side work for extra income throughout the race season.
  • Have prior parking lot flagging/parking experience.
  • Enjoys a busy, fast-paced environment.
  • Reliable transportation

Who should not apply:

  • Individuals who cannot stand/walk around for four hours.
  • Individuals who do not enjoy talking to people.
  • Individuals who like to "chat" with everyone and backs up driveway traffic.

Pit Side Operations

Tri-City Motor Speedway is seeking a reliable, dependable and detail-orientated individual for Friday evenings from 4pm-12am (hours may vary). Occasional and weekly positions available. Open positions could include part sales, payout, gate worker, vehicle inspection or driver check-in, and will be assigned based on experience.

Skills Needed:

  • A self-starter who can identify, prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks
  • Must have strong problem solving and time management skills
  • Skilled in operating a variety of large vehicles
  • Attention to detail is required
  • Knowledge of basic tools and car parts
  • Quick learner
  • Great customer service skills
  • Adaptability and work under pressure
  • Positive attitude
  • Work in a team environment
  • Basic computer skills
  • Run point of sales register
  • Cash handling skills
  • Must be able to stand for up to two hours at a time
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds, twist and bend

Best Candidates Include:

  • Individuals who have full time employment and looking for steady side work for extra income throughout the race season.
  • Work or have worked in the customer service, sales, business or management fields.
  • Enjoys a fun, fast-pace, action packed environment.
  • Reliable transportation.

Who Should Not Apply:

  • Individuals that do not like working in a noisy environment.
  • Individuals who easily get frazzled when they don't know the answer to a question.

Volunteers

Tri-City Motor Speedway has volunteer opportunities for teens & adults who: love to be around the race scene on race nights, want to dig in the dirt and work with their hands on weekdays or looking for service hours. Contact Justin at Justin@MiServiceSolutions.com or call (989) 316-6804 for current opportunities.

Youth groups can schedule a Clean-Up Project with Tri-City Motor Speedway. Fill out the Youth Group Clean-Up Form to schedule this opportunity.

Who Volunteers?

  • Church Youth Groups
  • Scouts
  • 4-H Clubs
  • Sports teams
  • Service clubs

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