All positions are seasonal, part-time positions. The primary sports seasons run from mid-August until mid-March. There may be limited opportunities in the spring, but you should not plan on any work in June and July. Within the season, you should expect to work anywhere from 2–15 hours a week. Hours worked will depend on the position held, the number of events covered and the distance traveled to events.
Remote production crews should expect to have to set up and tear down equipment. This will involve outdoor work in a variety of temperatures and weather conditions.
Expect to HAVE FUN. You’ll be working in a laid back environment covering sports from a unique perspective. You’ll work with a fun, supportive crew while you learn new skills in an encouraging atmosphere.