Job Description - The Events Coordinator in the Music Department is responsible for coordinating all aspects of 175-200 events per year in consultation with University offices, faculty, students, vendors, and community members. The position is also responsible for scheduling all Music space and securing reservations and resources in other University space. Primary responsibilities include: manage and troubleshoot event logistics; create, maintain, and help publicize Music Department schedule of events; manage guest payments, including performers and international visitors; provide additional administrative support to the department.
Bachelorâ??s Degree, preferably in a related hospitality or event planning field and 1 - 2 years of related experience, or the equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
Demonstrated ability to coordinate events
Strong communication skills
Strong organizational skills and demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities
Knowledge of immigration laws and visas to assist with foreign visitor payments helpful
Background Check - Educational and criminal
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Department of Music
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