The Events Manager plans, directs, and coordinates events held at the Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC). Assist other team members in coordinating and covering events.Essential Job Duties:Plan and coordinate all phases of the assigned events to including set-ups, move-ins and outs.Arrange events with appropriate subcontractors, decorating companies, electrical staff, audio-visual companies, food and beverage, contractor and others to ensure success of the event.Enter internal event requirements into the venue event management database and communicate event needs in a clear, concise and complete manner.Coordinate facility staffing needs with the appropriate divisions such as security, housekeeping, and setup for assigned events.Contact service personnel over radio, corporate cell phones, or telephone to obtain or give information and directions regarding event activities.Serve as on-site contact person for assigned events. Assist tenants during events to handle any unexpected changes, requests unusual circumstances that arise.Inspect move-in, move-out and cleanup operations following assigned events so final billings can be issued accurately. Resolves any billing disputes during events.Prepare accounting paperwork of tenant charges. Prepare event estimates, event settlements and other reports as required.Prepare correspondence with clients before and after event to ensure clients' needs are met and issues are resolved. Conduct site tours of the facility showing prospective or booked clients the variety of usage, operations, and functions the facility can provide. Ensure building policies, rules, and regulations are followed during events.Assist other team members with events
A minimum education level of:Bachelor of Arts/Sciences Degree (4-year) Business, Hospitality or Recreational Management
Years of related work experience: 3-5 years
Ability to effectively plan and schedule trade shows, conventions and other events.
Must be detailed oriented.
Must have the ability to manage both fiscal and ancillary resources.
Ability to coordinate and schedule the work of others.
Ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time.
Ability to work extended hours on evenings, weekends and holidays.
Ability to multi task in stressful, highly active situations.
Knowledge of building policies, city codes and fire codes as they pertain to event management
Preferred Qualifications :
Certified Meeting Professional (CMP)
Certified Exhibition Manager (CEM)
AEG reserves the right to change or modify the employee’s job description whether orally or in writing, at any time during the employment relationship. AEG may require an employee to perform duties outside his/her normal description
Additional Salary Information: Potential Bonus
About Los Angeles Convention Center-AEG Facility
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