$33.18-$49.77 Hourly / $5,751.20-$8,626.80 Monthly / $69,014.40-$103,521.60 Yearly
Acts as a liaison between the Convention Center and the lessee; coordinates activities as they relate to lessee needs, both prior to and during events such as conventions, trade shows or public shows; serves as manager on duty during an event and is assigned all the decision-making power necessary to function in that capacity; meets with other city department agencies to discuss pending impact upon their departments with upcoming events.
Determines clients’ needs; explains services available through the Convention Center; arranges for the execution of such services as security, production, audio visual, telephones, sounds, and lighting; compiles information specific to each event for operating divisions of the building; oversees to ensure proper completion and resolve problems.
Interprets blueprints, electrical circuit drawings, instrument loop diagram; prepares nontechnical drawings and sketches; interprets building policy and procedure as to how they apply to events; checks assigned area for safety hazards and reports any concerns; analyzes/reviews accident and injury reports.
Collects and compiles data; prepares/updates financial summaries and reports; maintains records and prepares post event reports; compiles billing information and computes costs for invoicing the lessee; presents written reports, chart, graphs, and technical documents; composes correspondence to facility patrons and others regarding events; modifies software to generate a variety of reports; maintains directories, schedules, maps, visitors logs, etc. to communicate with others.
Oversees the work of lower level events personnel in absence of the supervisor or as assigned; provides basic orientation to new employees; completes daily time/activity reports on subordinates and self; operates digital paging system, base station, repeaters, computer aided dispatch systems, mobile data communications systems, portable radios, etc.
Evaluates future area site developments for impact on pending events; establish and review rate policies; reviews operations and management systems for effectiveness in order to recommend improvements.
Performs related work as required.
Working knowledge of: standard office practices and procedures including records keeping; basic computer operations; methods and techniques used in events promotion; standard building operation and maintenance.
Ability to: maintain records and prepare clear and accurate reports; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, event promoters, and the general public.