Winning is Our Business
With over 20 years of unrivaled excellence in coaches’ communications we've built our business on winning. CoachComm is the wireless coaches’ communications provider for 97% of Division 1A colleges and thousands of high school and small college programs across the country. At every level, from high school to professional, champions choose CoachComm for their coaches’ communications.
Based out of Auburn, Ala., CoachComm offers the best communications equipment and coaching tools available on the market today.
How We Began: Originally a one-man operation, CoachComm was founded in 1991 by Peter Amos. Peter created a football-specific user interface for Auburn University that significantly enhanced the end-user’s experience and coaches’ communications performance. It was this technology that attracted the attention of Division 1A and professional football teams. Almost instantly, it was adopted as the standard in coaches’ communications.
Introduced in 2004, Connex sets the standard in wireless coaches’ communication, was the result of Peter's focused efforts in headset technology. CoachComm Connex® features 2.4GHz Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum technology, which provides clear, reliable communication at an affordable price for coaches. CoachComm's continued commitment to product innovation and quality have made the Connex headset system our flagship product.
In 2008, the Tempest NG system was developed on the 2.4GHz Tempest® Wireless platform, and thus provided customers with unforeseen flexibility with their coaches’ communications. In 2011, CoachComm introduced Tempest NG900, which operates in the license-free 900 MHz frequency spectrum. The Tempest NG900 model provides our D1 collegiate customers already using the Tempest NG system with another wireless option on game day.
In 2012, CoachComm introduced the S-Series Headsets with SmartBoom® Technology. This new headset with smartboom technology allows the user to mute the headset mic by simply raising the boom. This eliminates the need to push the talk button and makes talking and listening easier.
CoachComm has expanded its communication vision to encompass cutting-edge wireless technologies for the production community, among other markets. CoachComm's Tempest product serves as a DTV transition solution. Tempest is a frequency hopping, spread spectrum wireless intercom unit that operates in 2.4 GHz and 900 MHz bands - bands that don't require licenses and are already in commercial use with cordless phones, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Tempest is an emerging technology that provides many markets with a "new way of wireless audio" in a changing spectrum. Tempest is truly “wireless for the real world.”
CoachComm understands the changing digital world, and has adapted to meet the needs of more tech-savvy coaches by providing digital technology for a new age. With our Tempo system, introduced in 2012, CoachComm allows coaches to enhance practice through choreographed music and sound, communications, and clock control. Teams can build practice scripts with music and sounds that are customized to each individual period. CoachComm's new practice and sound solutions serve to create a collection of products that will pave the way for our company in the 21st century.
In 2015, CoachComm continues down the path of innovation with the introduction of eVenue™ Thunder. Thunder is a revolutionary mobile event management system that offers concert quality audio and workflow management for any live venue.
Although it was started as a one-man operation, CoachComm today has grown into a multi-disciplined business with sales, marketing, engineering, operations, IT, customer service, technical services and production working under one roof. CoachComm is still based out of Auburn, Ala., and employs outside sales representatives across the country.
CoachComm’s customers include the Pros, Division I, II and III colleges, as well as thousands of high schools nationwide. Over the years, CoachComm’s strength has been as a high profile, marketing-based company that positions itself as a professional provider of great equipment to sports teams. CoachComm’s drive for excellence and their commitment to innovate continue to position CoachComm as the industry leader in all areas of sports electronics and communication.
Employment with CoachComm
Help us redefine the business of sports technology. CoachComm is a leading supplier of communication, practice and video solutions and whose customers include the Pros, Division I, II and III colleges as well as thousands of high schools nationwide. Over the years, CoachComm's strength has been as a high profile marketing based company that positions itself as a professional provider of great equipment and winning solutions to sports teams. CoachComm has expanded its communication vision to encompass cutting edge wireless technologies for the production community as well as other vertical markets.
CoachComm, LLC, an electronic product manufacturer located in Auburn, Alabama, is looking for an Electronics Technician to inspect, diagnose, and repair electronic components. The Electronic Technician will work in the service department completing customer repairs in and outside of the office if needed. The ability to have professional customer interaction by phone, email, and in person is a requirement.
The Electronic Technician will be responsible for determining defects and making repairs on electronic components mounted to populated printed circuit boards. The individual will also be responsible for communicating, in a timely manner, the findings related to new repair issues so that corrective steps can take place in service and manufacturing processes.
This is a detail-oriented position. The ability to prioritize and focus to complete troubleshooting and make repairs on time is essential. The successful candidate will be computer literate and technically articulate.
- Associate Degree in Electronic Engineering Technology or Equivalent Military Training
- At least four years experience in full- time position performing Electronic Technician tasks
- Proficient with Digital Voltmeter, Oscilloscope, and Signal Generator
- ROHS assembly or repair experience is required
- Must be ability to use Microsoft Office tools such as Word and Excel
Additional Experience Factors preferred but not required:
- Solder Certification
- BGA Component Diagnosis and Repair
Hourly wage will be commensurate with experience.
Please submit your resume to CoachComm via mail, fax, or email.