DC Conference and Association Management (DCC&A) is a leading PCO and association management company which seeks to fill a position of Conference Coordinator with experience. DCC&A manages conferences primarily in the medical association sector across Australia and New Zealand and international inbound conferences.
The Coordinator will be work alongside a Conference Manager and be responsible for planning and coordinating the logistics of a diverse range of conferences in face to face, virtual and hybrid formats. We are seeking someone who will quickly integrate into our team and show initiative and enthusiasm for the role. It is anticipated that there will be an opportunity to lead with smaller events and for progression to Conference Manager.
This is a fast paced environment in order to meet the planning deadlines of large national and international conferences. It will be important to demonstrate an understanding of the industry and the communication and organisation skills required.
The role covers all aspects of conference management both live, hybrid and virtual events. Responsibilities include administration, marketing, delegate liaison, speaker support, program support, support with sponsorship and exhibition management, creation of website and software portals and extending to venue and supplier management and budgets with progression.
We believe the role requires a minimum of two year’s experience in the events industry and an understanding of association conference management would be an advantage. Experience with EventsAIR and Events onAIR is required.
If you aspire to join a well-established and dynamic team and seek the potential for professional growth, then this position may be yours.
Please note to be considered for this role candidates will have excellent communication in English, with full Australian working rights.
Applications close Friday 12th November 2021.
Position to commence in January 2022.
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Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.