Reporting to the Facilities and Special Projects Manager, the Events Planner will coordinate and implement events in support of ATEC initiatives that result in the positive engagement with ATEC stakeholders. Examples of events include: receptions, symposiums, colloquia, exhibition openings, luncheons, holiday celebrations, special guest tours.
Associate's Degree. Two – 4 years' experience providing event coordination or planning.
Preferred Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree; Three years of experience managing logistics for large events, managing complex schedules and/or space reservations desired.
Highly motivated self-starter who is engaging, resilient and resourceful.
Ability to set priorities, plan long-term, and demonstrate outstanding interpersonal skills, judgement and discretion.
Exceptionally well organized and a proven history of being detail oriented.
Demonstrate a positive approach and a professional, ethical, and enthusiastic attitude.
Ability to perform in a fast-paced environment, manage and prioritize multiple projects and meet deadlines.
The ability to work independently and collaborate with colleagues toward a common goal in a complex higher education environment.
Strong command of the written word, and capacity to edit and proofread.
Demonstrated exceptional customer service skills and attention to detail.
Creative and proactive problem solver.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a variety of stakeholders.
Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.
Internal Number: 10439
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