Georgetown Univerisity Events Coordinator in Washington, District Of Columbia
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The Events Coordinator is responsible for event management at CCAS. Duties include but are not limited to:
Manage CCAS events, including, but not limited to, conferences, lectures, VIP visits, book talks, recognition ceremonies, receptions, lunches, etc. Responsibilities include:
Working with stakeholders on development of program and schedule
Negotiating contracts with vendors; working with the Center Administrator and SFS BSC to ensure timely submission and approval of contracts.
Generating advertisements, invitations, and associated correspondence; creating/updating mailing lists
Managing events from setup to cleanup
Coordinating with media, student groups, or any other organization involved in the event
Coordinating with SFS Communications on media for events
Coordinating with the University Office of Communications on protocol and security
Arranging visitor transportation and lodging
Any other duties as related to the planning of an event
Coordinate with other departments or external groups for events in which CCAS is a partner or participant.
Manage documentation of events such as producing videos, podcasts, and/or written summaries for dissemination in collaboration with Multimedia and Publications editor.
Responsible for managing MAAS Alumni database
Work with Alumni database to plan relevant events both on and off campus, in coordination with CCAS staff
2-3 years of closely related professional experience, preferably in higher education
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