For over 100 years, we have been the engine that drives the Ontario horse racing industry. From King’s and Queen’s trips to Canada, to first dates, anniversaries and unforgettable horse races, we create winning experiences for all our guests.
Join a certified Great Place to Work team and be part of the future of horse racing and entertainment. Access exciting programs that can help unlock your potential while developing challenging and rewarding career goals. As we grow, we need dedicated people to join our cause. Be part of Woodbine Entertainment and get inspired to make work awesome!
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Reporting to the Racing Secretary, this position’s purpose is to operate the race office during live racing. This position will perform administrative duties for the Standardbred Department and will be a key point of contact for horse people and race officials throughout each race card. This is a part-time opportunity and candidates must be flexible to work 4 to 5 days a week from 4pm – 9:30pm to support race days.
Responsible for taking horse entries from trainers/owners for races via telephone. Use information from the condition sheet to confirm race information (race date & condition eligibility)
Be a liaison to the horse people and AGCO Judges
Accept equipment & driver changes
Collect all claiming Authorizations
Distribute Access stickers and update the Security database
Contact trainers directly should any discrepancies or problems with an entry arise
Assist with Winner Circle presentations for OSS and Woodbine Stake races
Assist in Department initiatives such as Caretaker Appreciation Day & Woodbine Cares events
Review and process Standardbred Department invoices
Using InCompass, ensure accounts have been created for each horse, trainer, driver, owner
Work with the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario to confirm any scratches, ensuring regulations are being followed
Maintain a professional relationship with internal departments including Printing, Customer Services, Marketing and Media, and external clients such as trainers, drivers, owners and the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario
Lead by example, to exhibit, encourage and motivate WEG’s Values and Beliefs
Ontario Secondary School Diploma
General to advanced knowledge of the horse racing industry
1-2 years working in an office environment
General knowledge of horse racing rules and regulations
Advance attention to detail.
General communication, interpersonal and organizational skills are required to interact effectively with all staff, horse trainers and owners
General computer skills in a Windows environment
General ability to work in a fast-paced, team environment
To apply for this job please visit woodbine.com.