Hospitality and Event Planning Network (HEPN) Newsletter for 7 May 2007


Hospitality and Event Planning Network (HEPN)
7 May 2007
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This week's edition includes:
*** The Short Self-Pitch (SSP)
1. CME Director; Reed Exhibitions; Dublin, CA
2. Senior Meeting Planner; NTCA; Arlington, VA
3. Corporate Relations Specialist; Clinical Laboratory Management
Association; Wayne, PA
4. Director, Conferences & Events; The Humane Society of the United
States; Gaithersburg, MD
5. Registration Specialist; NeighborWorks America; Washington, DC
6. Meeting Planning Specialist; NeighborWorks America; Washington, DC
7. Medical Meetings Manager; BroadWater; Wheaton, IL
8. Director of Sales; GES Exposition Services; Seattle, WA
9. Director of Account Management; GES Exposition Services; Las Vegas,
NV
10. Sr. VP of Sales and Marketing; Orlando/Orange County CVB; Orlando,
FL
11. Director of the Tampa Law Center; Stetson University College of Law;
Tampa Bay, FL
12. National Director, Special (Theme) Events; Confidential; New York,
NY
13. Meeting Planning Coordinator; The Capital Group Companies, Inc.; Los
Angeles, CA
14. Conference Management Associate; The Stanley Foundation; Muscatine,
IA
15. Event Manager; NICE Systems; Rutherford, NJ
16. Events Associate; College Summit; Washington, DC
17. Events Coordinator; Gartner; New York, NY
18. Meeting Coordinator – Travel Marketing Company; Signature Travel
Network; Marina del Rey, CA
19. Operations Manager; Best Of Boston; Waltham, MA
20. Sales Representative- Meetings & Incentives; Apple Vacations;
Philadelphia, PA
21. Sales Representative; Apple Vacations; Chicago, IL
22. Sales Manager; Adams Mark Hotel; Dallas, TX
23. Associate Sales Manager; ESPN Zone; Las Vegas, NV
24. Travel Purchasing Manager; Excellence In Motivation; Dayton, OH
25. Marketing Manager; Miami Air International; Miami, FL
26. Star Cite Manager; Lehman Brothers; New York, NY
27. Event/meeting planner-1-2634; Merritt Staffing; White Plains, NY
28. Events Manager; Greenspring Media Group; Minneapolis, MN
29. Coordinator for Non-Classical Concerts and Rental Events; Minnesota
Orchestra; Minneapolis, MN
30. Western Regional Director; United States Holocaust Memorial Museum;
Los Angeles, CA
31. Banquet Chef; The Briar Club; Houston, TX
32. Recreation Administration Graduate Assistant; George Williams
College of Aurora University; Williams Bay, WI
33. Director of Site Rentals; George Ranch Historical Park; Richmond, TX
34. Director of Special Events and Stewardship Programs; Temple
University; Philadelphia, PA
35. Association Meeting Planner; AAHC: Washington, DC
36. Exhibit Sales Account Manager; J. Spargo & Associates, Inc.;
Fairfax, VA
37. Meetings & Program Coordinator; (c)Management, Inc.; Rockville, MD
38. Director of Sponsorship and Sales; SmithBucklin Corporation;
Chicago, IL
39. Conference Coordinator; The Council of Independent Colleges;
Washington, DC
40. Exposition Manager; National Recreation & Park Association; Ashburn,
VA
41. Conference Coordinator; American Planning Association; Chicago, IL
42. Convention/Meetings Logistics Coordinator; American College of
Osteopathic Family Physicians; Arlington Heights, IL
43. Special Events Manager; Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America;
Alexandria, VA
44. Meetings Manager; FASEB/AAA; Bethesda, MD
45. Marketing Specialist; Mayer Motivations, Inc.; Fort Lauderdale, FL
46. Program Coordinator; Metro Events, Inc.; San Francisco, CA
47. Senior Meeting Planner / Corporate Events; SEI (Investment Company);
London, England, United Kingdom
48. Vice President, Event Planning; Wyndham Hotel Group; Parsippany, NJ
49. Special Event Manager; Catholic Charities; Washington, DC
50. Catering Sales; CATERING BY WINDOWS; Alexandria, VA
51. Director Revenue Management; Embassy Suites Chevy Chase; 
Washington, DC
52. Director Of Sales; Star Hotels; Columbia, MD
53. Housekeeping Manager; RAMADA INN/OXON HILL; Oxon Hill, MD
54. Assistant General Manager; HILTON GARDEN INN; Fredericksburg, VA

************* The Short Self-Pitch (SSP) *********************

The HEPN offers a special feature: the Short Self-Pitch (SSP). If you
are looking for a job opportunity or offer free-lance services, send a
brief paragraph to sonjahepn@comcast.net. One SSP will be included each week.

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1. CME Director; Reed Exhibitions; Dublin, CA

Contemporary Forums, a division of Reed Medical Education and located in
Dublin, CA, is seeking a CME/CE Director, whose primary responsibilities
will be to assure that Contemporary Forums is in compliance with the
requirements and guidelines of national accrediting bodies for
continuing education.

The ideal candidate for this expansion position is a highly organized,
detail-oriented, Bachelor's prepared professional with comprehensive
knowledge of ACCME, ANCC, ACPE and other national accrediting agencies'
guidelines and regulations. Must be skilled at initiating, managing and
following-up on multiple projects, as well as communicating with Program
Managers and other key team members. Ability to travel up to 8-10 weeks
annually. This position is based in the Dublin, CA (San Francisco Area)
office.

Responsibilities

    * Maintain accreditation status for ACCME, ANCC, ACPE, APA, ASHA and
AOTA by completing annual reports and periodic re-accreditation
self-study applications.
    * Stay current on requirements and changes mandated by accrediting
CE organizations and develop appropriate policies and procedures.
    * Understand and adhere to all CME/CE guidelines (AMA, OIG, FDA,
PhRMA, etc.) and ensure they are communicated, understood and followed
by Program Managers, Grant Manager and related staff.
    * Establish and maintain a system for measuring outcomes and impact
of CE conferences and other educational products. Identify potential
educational projects based on outcomes data and needs of the health care
community.
    * Working with the Self-Study Coordinator, develop enduring
materials for physicians and allied health professionals, complying with
ACCME and other accreditation guidelines and requirements.
    * Develop and implement policies and procedures for joint
sponsorship with educational partners, and develop documentation tools
for assuring compliance with accrediting guidelines.
    * Establish and maintain professional relationships with key
individuals within accrediting organizations and associations.
    * Travel to selected CE conferences as part of an onsite team for
meeting coordination. Travel to appropriate educational programs
sponsored by accrediting organizations.

Education: Bachelor's Degree is required (health care or health
education a plus)

Competencies and Experience of the Ideal Candidate

    *  Excellent understanding of ACCME, AMA, ANCC, ACPE, PhRMA and OIG
guidelines
    * Minimum of 3 years experience with CME/CE provider or related
organization
    * Business aptitude and computer literacy a must (Microsoft Office)
    * Strong organizational, writing and communication skills with
ability to manage a variety of projects and meet essential deadlines
    * Knowledge of the health care and CME/CE industry
    * Ability to measure results, analyze outcome and identify
strategies for change and improvement
hr@reedexpo.com

2. Senior Meeting Planner; NTCA; Arlington, VA

A trade association is looking for an experienced senior meeting planner
to coordinate details and negotiate contracts for a variety of meetings.
5+ years experience in the meeting planning area is required. Incumbent
must have excellent verbal/written communication skills; be detail
oriented; able to manage concurrent projects; meet deadlines and willing
to travel.  Competitive salary and benefits in pleasant office near
Ballston Metro.  Send cover letter, resume and salary history to:  

NTCA
HR Dept – SMP
4121 Wilson Blvd., 10th floor
Arlington, VA. 22203
Fax (703) 351-2001
Email: hr@ntca.org

3. Corporate Relations Specialist; Clinical Laboratory Management
Association; Wayne, PA

National Health Care Association based in Wayne, Pa seeks an experienced
Corporate Relations Specialist to increase association sponsorship,
advertising sales and exhibit sales within the clinical laboratory
community. Sales management responsibilities include publication and web
advertisements, mailing list rental, event sponsorships and exhibits.
This individual will enhance existing industry partner relationships and
will proactively prospect and develop new relationships with the goal of
increasing sales and solidifying relationships. Relevant experience
within the association environment is extremely important and would
serve as a strong foundation for this position. We offer a very
competitive salary plus an excellent benefit package. Please email a
cover letter detailing your experience as it meets the above
requirements along with your resume to: jobs@clma.org. No phone calls
please. Responses by May 25, 2007 will be considered for this important
position.

4. Director, Conferences & Events; The Humane Society of the United
States; Gaithersburg, MD

Manage the planning, scheduling and logistics of two annual conferences
for up to 1,500 attendees, one biennial conference for 400 attendees and
provide logistical management and assistance as needed on other
conferences and special events (for example, dog walk fundraisers and
awards banquets). Bachelors degree required and 4-5 years experience in
event conference planning. Excellent organizational & communications
skills. Some travel required. Salary in mid 50's with excellent benefits
package.  Visit www.hsus.org.

The Humane Society of the United States is the nation's largest animal
protection organization with more than 9.5 million members and
constituents. The HSUS is a mainstream voice for animals, with active
programs in companion animals, disaster preparedness and response,
wildlife and habitat protection, marine mammals, animals in research,
equine protection, and farm animal welfare. The HSUS protects all
animals through education, investigation, litigation, legislation,
advocacy and field work. The nonprofit organization is based in
Washington and has field representatives and offices across the country.
On the web at www.hsus.org.

Fax: 301-548-7701HRJobs@hsus.org

5. Registration Specialist; NeighborWorks America; Washington, DC
http://www.jobtarget.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=518&jb=1343917

6. Meeting Planning Specialist; NeighborWorks America; Washington, DC
http://www.jobtarget.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=518&jb=1343869

7. Medical Meetings Manager; BroadWater; Wheaton, IL

BroadWater, an independent and growing medical meeting planning company,
is seeking a FT Meetings Manager to manage all logistical aspects of
several CME and medical training courses.  The qualified candidate will
be a bright, experienced, and polished professional with a minimum of
five years hands-on meeting planning background.  Job responsibilities
will include site research, course promotion, exhibit management,
on-site coordination, and budgeting responsibilities.  Medical
association or pharma experience a plus.

Skills:
*Minimum of five years meeting planning experience (medical meetings
strongly preferred)
*Track record of successful project leadership, including the ability to
prioritize independently, manage complex processes with an eye for
deadlines, and communicate with a team to manage concurrent tasks
efficiently
*Excellent written and oral communication skills
*Strong problem solving skills and flexibility in dealing with changes
*High level of customer service and interpersonal skills
*Superior organizational skills with attention to detail and accuracy
*Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Word, Excel, and
PowerPoint
*4 year degree preferred

Tasks:

*Administer all logistical aspects, including registration, housing, and
hotel / AV specifications, for several small to medium sized meetings
annually (100-300 attendees)
*Develop and implement meeting promotion plans
*Manage exhibits and workshops
*Oversee location / hotel research and recommendations
*Develop and negotiate contracts
*Assist with program development
*Assist VIPs with travel and logistical needs
*Manage course budgets and accounting
*Travel to and manage courses on-site (5-6 trips per year, weekends
required)

BroadWater offers an outstanding work environment and a competitive
salary, based on experience.  Comprehensive benefits plan includes
medical coverage, pension, vacation, paid holidays, and casual dress
code in office.

Start Date:
As soon as possible

E-mail Resume and Salary History to:
Kate Laney
Director of Medical Educationklaney@broad-water.com

8. Director of Sales; GES Exposition Services; Seattle, WA

GES Exposition Services, a leading tradeshow and event marketing
company, is seeking a high-energy, growth-oriented professional with
demonstrated leadership abilities, integrity and passion for hassle-free
service for the position of Director of Sales in Seattle, WA. General
Responsibilities:  

This position directs and leads the administration and operation of a
regional sales office for the tradeshow/convention industry. Job
responsibilities include managing the daily activities of the sales
department including establishing and managing sales targets/goals.
Build, develop and motivate a high-performance sales team of 4+ people;
manage sales planning, forecasting, budgeting, tracking and reporting.
Generate leads and manage contracts. Drive sales strategies and business
growth. Maintain active involvement with the local convention bureaus
and associations and act as an ambassador to the community on behalf of
GES.
 Experience and Qualifications:

    * 7-10 years sales experience
    * 5 plus years sales management experience.
    * Tradeshow sales experience a plus.
    * Proven track record building, developing and motivating high
performance sales team.
    * Strong overall business acumen
    * Strategic planning experience
    * Ability to drive and architect change
    * Proven team builder and coach
    * Proven excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal
skills
    * Customer focused
    * Proven ability to hire, develop and retain 'A' players
    * Ability to direct cross-functional teams
    * Ability to drive best practices/standardization

 Education: Bachelors degree in Business or related field; MBA a plus

Give yourself the opportunity to grow with a progressive company
offering excellent compensation and benefits. To discover the advantages
that come with industry leadership, apply on-line at http://www.ges.com/
and click on Careers, then click on applies now.
No phone calls please. EOE M/F/V/D Pre-employment substance abuse
testing required.
Resumes must be submitted by May 30, 2007

9. Director of Account Management; GES Exposition Services; Las Vegas,
NV

GES Exposition Services, a leading tradeshow and event marketing
company, is seeking a high-energy, growth-oriented professional with
demonstrated leadership abilities, integrity and passion for hassle-free
service for the position of Director of Account Management at our
facility in Las Vegas, NV.

General Responsibilities: 
Plan and direct the activities of the Account Management staff to manage
and create efficiencies and profitability, while producing high quality
service for GES Events.
Participate in establishing and implementing Account Management, City
and GES Goals and Objectives.

Duties may include:
·      Supervises departmental employees in Account Management,
specifically Sr. Account Managers, Account  Management Supervisor, Sr.
Account Representative, Manager of Convention Planning & Kit
Administration.
·      Supervise department Supervisors who monitor invoicing, “SOX
compliance, Purchase Orders, Show site   training, Association IOP, and
Management Development Training.
·      Produces personnel performance reviews
·      Implements training programs for staff
·      Responsible for hiring and recruiting
·      Resolve job related problems
·      Facilitates guidance and counseling; reviews personnel files to
identify specific training needs.
·      Conducts regular Department Meetings.
·      Prepares schedule of show assignments for staff.
·      Drives initiatives for better planning and timelines on shows.
·      Oversees Department budget.
·      Plays keyhole in assisting in planning future year operation
budget and overhead.
·      Sits on the General Manager's Direct Staff.
·      Develops and maintains a high level of professionalism and
enthusiasm
·      Participate in financial planning, analyze financial data, drive
department's responsibility in forecasting and re-forecasting
·      Provide necessary information and approval on proposal and
contracts
·      Ensure/monitor adherence to policies and procedures
·      Works with collection staff to ensure prompt resolution of
disputed billings and payment per company policies and procedures
·      Supporters involvement at industry and related business events
·      Maintain working relationships with facilities and subcontractors
·      Works closely with other department leaders to ensure teamwork
·      All other duties as assigned 
Education/Experience:

    * College Degree, preferably in the area of Business, Management,
Finance or Marketing
    * 5+ Years experience in related industry (Exhibitor, Show
Organizer, Vendor, or Contractor)

 Skills/Competencies

    * Ability to manage and independent and sometimes remote staff
    * Experience with budgets and financials
    * Experience managing personnel of large department who
traditionally work independently and remotely
    * Visionary approach to management
    * Ability to drive initiatives
    * Financial acumen
    * Business acumen
    * Strong organizational skills, project management skills

 Special Considerations:
 ·     Overtime/Weekend work due to show schedules
·     Limited travel
·     Both Office and show-site work

Give yourself the opportunity to grow with a progressive company
offering excellent compensation and benefits. To discover the advantages
that come with industry leadership, apply on-line at http://www.ges.com/
and click on Careers, then click on apply on-line.

No phone calls please. EOE M/F/V/D Pre-employment substance abuse
testing required.
Resumes must be submitted by May 30, 2007.

10. Sr. VP of Sales and Marketing; Orlando/Orange County CVB; Orlando,
FL

The SVP of Sales and Marketing will provide leadership and direction in
creation of strategies and development of comprehensive programs that
will integrate sales & marketing resources in order to fulfill the long
term strategic objectives of the organization. Ultimately responsible
for the oversight of all sales, services and marketing, publications and
interactive services initiatives. Manages the work products of the
organization's advertising agency (or agencies). Bachelor's degree
(B.A.) from accredited four-year college or university plus a minimum of
ten to fifteen years related experience or equivalent combination of
education and experience required. Experience must include demonstrated
success in a senior level management position in convention sales along
with experience in consumer and convention marketing. Previous large
hotel, CVB, and/or NSO leadership experience is very important.
Experience with Internet marketing applications and publishing, as well
as, experience in key customer markets outside North America.  Seeking
an individual with an established and visible national industry profile,
especially in the convention and tradeshow segment is desired.

The Orlando CVB is an equal opportunity employer.  We encourage and
welcome candidates with diverse cultural backgrounds and ethnicity.

Contact: Mike Gamblegamble@searchwide.com

11. Director of the Tampa Law Center; Stetson University College of Law;
Tampa Bay, FL

Stetson University College of Law seeks applications for a Director of
the Tampa Law Center. The position will report to the Executive Director
of Operations. The primary responsibility is directing all operations
and support services of the Tampa campus, including leased office space
and conference facilities. Duties include supervision of Tampa Law
Center staff; budget management; developing and coordinating community
relations and fund raising; submitting regular reports on the
accomplishments of the Tampa Law Center; serving as primary contact for
all tenants; and supervising all conferences and events. Qualifications
include: Management experience in education, legally related activities,
event planning, or related fields; demonstrated commitment to and
understanding of issues significant to event planning, graduate studies,
continuing education, and professional development in diverse
communities; bachelors degree required, Juris Doctor preferred;
experience managing a successful, innovative center comparable to the
Tampa Law Center; advertising and marketing skills to include
photography, web design, print ad writing, and display ad design;
experience overseeing a medium to large facility with tenants, faculty,
students, and a significant technology infrastructure, including
experience as a landlord dealing with multiple tenants. For a complete
description visit: http://www.law.stetson.edu/bo/employ.asp

Stetson University, an Equal Opportunity Employer, affirms the values
and goals of diversity and strongly encourages the applications of women
and candidates from historically under-represented groups. Resumes
and/or applications should be sent to the Office of Human Resources 1401
61st Street S., Gulfport, FL 33707 or email to
hr@law.stetson.edu.

12. National Director, Special (Theme) Events; Confidential; New York,
NY

One of the fastest-growing non-profits in the country is seeking a
seasoned executive as its National Director of Special (Theme) Events.

The unique individual in this role will be responsible for the
development, planning and execution of successful fundraising for
theme/boutique events (ie, concerts, high society luncheons/dinners,
premiere parties, Broadway shows) from inception to completion for high
net worth individuals and/or Fortune 100 corporations. The National
Director will manage and cultivate ongoing relationships with event
leaders, Fortune 100 corporate partners, consultants, vendors and
members of the Board of Directors; plan private (theme) events within a
prestigious circle (high society, celebrity and high net worth
individuals); coordinate publicity for all events; and solicit in
conjunction with the Founder, corporate and wealthy individual donors
for financial support of the non-profit's mission.

To qualify for this exceptional opportunity, you must possess a minimum
of 10 years' special event management experience on a national basis,
preferably including experience from a top events management and/or
Fortune 100 firm. A recent track record of successful high-end event
planning including logistics, management and some production is
required, as is a Bachelor's Degree, preferably in Marketing or
Communications. CMP or PMP certification is highly desirable. You must
possess intermediate to advanced Microsoft Office Suite skills and
strong oral and written communication skills. This position is based in
New York City, requires the ability to travel up to 50% and may require
residing near the event site for several weeks.

The organization offer a competitive compensation and benefits package.
To be considered for this exceptional opportunity, send your resume with
salary history/requirements to: SRAC Confidential Reply Service, Attn
TP, PO Box 899, East Brunswick, NJ 08816; Fax: 800-232-9237; or Email: 8410600@hrpriority.com. Please reference NDSE on all correspondence. We
are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

13. Meeting Planning Coordinator; The Capital Group Companies, Inc.; Los
Angeles, CA

We're The Capital Group Companies, a 75-year-old investment management
company that prides itself on creating an environment in which our
associates feel they can succeed and be valued for their contributions.
We're the home of American Funds, one of the three largest mutual fund
families in the United States. The benefits of working at Capital
include interesting work, exceptional colleagues, a comfortable
workplace, competitive salaries and bonuses, and health and life
benefits from day one.

The Meeting Planning Coordinator is responsible for the comprehensive
planning and execution of both small and large-scale internal, external
and client meetings and events. Responsibilities include, but are not
limited to, the coordination of all meeting-related details including
consultation and program development with internal clients, site
selection, vendor negotiation, contract review, budget creation and
management as well as preparation of correspondence and meeting
materials.

Required Qualification 
– Minimum of two years corporate meeting and event planning experience,
including selecting sites, contract review and negotiation, facilitating
and presenting at planning meetings and working with budgets and
reconciling invoices
– Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
– Excellent time management and prioritization skills
– Excellent verbal and written communication skills
– A demonstrated commitment to providing superior service
– Ability to work independently as well as in a team
– Willingness to travel and attend evening and weekend functions
– A keen eye for detail and the ability to balance multiple priorities
– Solid MS Word, Excel and Access skills
– Lotus Notes, PowerPoint and MS Project experience a plus
– Exposure to financial services or hospitality industry desired
– Undergraduate degree is strongly preferred.

Please apply online at www.capgroup.com

14. Conference Management Associate; The Stanley Foundation; Muscatine,
IA

The Stanley Foundation seeks a Conference Management Associate to work
in support of the foundation's overall goal of promoting principled
multilateralism in international affairs, which is at the core of all
foundation programming. In particular, this position will involve
conference support work for the Stanley Foundation's various national
and international dialogues on US foreign policy and global security
issues. A full listing of foundation initiatives can be seen at www.stanleyfoundation.org.

The holder of this position reports to the Director of Policy Analysis
and Dialogue. However, the successful applicant must be able to work on
multiple project teams led by project managers. The ideal candidate will
be comfortable working with individuals from a variety of backgrounds
and cultures, and the candidate should have the willingness and ability
to handle complex logistical details for conferences and other events.
We are seeking an individual who is well organized and able to track
details, effective in managing information, articulate, and able to take
initiative and work in a fast-paced atmosphere. We also want someone who
is generally interested in world affairs, is culturally sensitive, is
detail oriented, can anticipate problems, and is concerned about the
welfare of our guests. The ideal candidate would have past work
experience in the hotel trade, travel field, or conference planning
profession.

Duties and tasks of this position include:

Coordinating and maintaining files on event details and potential
conference sites.
Supporting the work of project managers (Program Officers) during all
phases of project creation and implementation, from design to
invitations, to on-site work at the event, to after-event evaluations.
Training and counseling less experienced staff members who are called on
to help with conference management.
Coordinating all support materials (invitations, lists, mailings to
participants, supplies to conference site, and so on).
Handling all phone and e-mail inquiries related to project
implementation and events.
Understanding the basic substance and goals of projects (contextual
information) so that the Conference Management Associate can communicate
with knowledge over the phone and e-mail and, in general, represent the
foundation on-site and on the phone/e-mail with professionalism.
Conducting in-depth conference site research, according to standard
Stanley Foundation event checklists.
Monitoring and making travel arrangements for participants and staff,
including working with travel agents.
Proofing basic conference materials and working cooperatively with the
foundation's copyeditor for uniform look and format of materials going
to all participants.
Creating diverse computer-generated materials.
Verifying all relevant details of all participants and consultants via
phone/e-mail, along with central database maintenance.
Mailing, faxing, and phone calls associated with invitations to small,
medium, and very large events.
Working cooperatively and dynamically with staff from external
cosponsors of a project, if that project involves the logistical and/or
substantive contributions of another nonprofit organization, in the
United States or abroad.
General office work, including copying.

LOCATION. This position is located at the foundation headquarters in
Muscatine, Iowa, a community of 25,000 people on the Mississippi River.
The area offers affordable housing and a variety of recreational
opportunities.

The Stanley Foundation seeks a secure peace with freedom and justice,
built on world citizenship and effective global governance. It brings
fresh voices, original ideas, and lasting solutions to debates on global
and regional problems. The foundation is a nonpartisan, private
operating foundation, located in Muscatine, Iowa, that focuses on peace
and security issues and advocates principled multilateralism.

For more information on the Stanley Foundation, visit our Web site at http://www.stanleyfoundation.org.

Please send letter of interest, résumé, references, writing sample, and
college transcript to:

Mr. Dana Pittman
Human Resources Administrator
The Stanley Foundation
209 Iowa Avenue
Muscatine, IA 52761
Phone: 563-264-1500
Fax: 563-264-0864
E-mail: jobs@stanleyfoundation.org
Deadline for application: May 31, 2007
An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

15. Event Manager; NICE Systems; Rutherford, NJ

NICE Systems (NASDAQ: NICE) is the leading provider of Insight from
Interactions solutions, based on advanced analytics of unstructured
multimedia content from telephony, web, radio and video communications.
NICE is revolutionizing VoIP interactions management with
state-of-the-art solutions for IP contact centers, branches, and command
and control centers. NICE's solutions are changing the way organizations
make decisions, helping them improve business and operational
performance, address security threats and be proactive. NICE has over
23,000 customers in 100 countries, including over 75 of the Fortune 100
companies.

NICE Systems, Inc is seeking a creative, detail-oriented individual with
excellent communication and organizational skills for an event marketing
position. Someone with at least 5 years experience. Experience with
groups up to 900 people. Must be able to travel internationally when
requested as we have several events a year that run over the course of
the weekend as well as 3-5 trips that will require 7-10 day stay.

Responsibilities   
· Organize national events in various locations for sales trainings.
· Identify ideal facilities by conducting site inspections and preparing
a report comparison reports
· Maintain a report of all global events and availability calendars ·
Manage invitation and response process
· Manage housing for event (work with hotel and internal travel and
purchasing departments to negotiate rate)
· Organize dinners, receptions, catering as needed
· Manage transportation for attendees as needed
· Provide pre-event summary for all attendees
· Provide all event-related material for event
· Provide post-event summary for all attendees
· Work with Marketing Communications to develop pre and post messaging
· Identify ways to increase visibility at tradeshows and events
including
· Identify opportunities to grow and increase NICE Systems market
awareness

Required Qualification 
· Must be able to multi-task
· Must remain calm under pressure and be deadline driven
· Must be a quick-thinker that can make rational decisions and act
accordingly
· Must be able to work with all different types of personalities and in
all types of environments
· Must be able to negotiate and liaise with hotels, vendors and
corporate staff
· Must have excellent communication and presentation skills
· Must have a positive attitude with a dedicated work-ethic
· Must be able to learn and understand company's products and related
procedures
· This job involves 45% travel (approx 1 week / month, occasionally over
weekends)
· Event planning or trade show experience a must
· Excellent organizational and project management skills
· Must have excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication
skills.
· Extremely detail oriented

Education  
Bachelors Degree in Related Field

If you are interested please send a copy of your resume to Shimon.Bandhoo@nice.com

16. Events Associate; College Summit; Washington, DC

Founded in 1993, College Summit is a nationally-recognized nonprofit
increasing college enrollment rates of low-income students. College
Summit's innovative and scalable model helps build a college-going
culture in schools from within by tapping influential students, and
providing high schools and colleges with the tools to ensure that every
student who can make it in college makes it to college. To date, College
Summit has served more than 10,000 low-income students, with current
regional offices in California, Colorado, Illinois, Missouri,
Washington, DC and West Virginia. College Summit also serves students in
a growing number of other potential sites around the country. For four
years in a row, College Summit has been recognized by Fast Company
Magazine as one of the top groups changing the world.

THE POSITION
The Program & Events Associate will have the primary responsibility of
supporting the logistical management of our year long planning for our
summer Workshop and Educators Institutes. College Summit Workshops are
the engine of the college summit program serving as the community event
that empowers peer leaders and rallies community members around
enrolling our low-income talent in college. Educators Institutes (EIs)
equip high school teachers and counselors to deliver College Summit's
curriculum during the school year. The Program & Events Associate is the
departmental liaison for cultivating/maintaining high quality guest
experiences throughout our program offerings.

RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist Event Planner in developing systems for the successful operations
management of 63 medium sized events throughout the summer
Serve as primary liaison to operations specific vendors, (e.g. travel
agent, transportation, etc.)
Manage event registration and evaluation process including, but not
limited to, responding to guest inquiries, providing weekly registration
reports and producing evaluation summaries
Staff on- and off-site events, as needed
Perform special projects for further event operations enhancement

QUALIFICATIONS
3-5 years of event planning/operations/customer service experience
Highly organized and attentive detail
Excellent time management, prioritization skills
Ability to communicate effectively (demonstrated grace under pressure)
with both internal and external constituencies
Solid computer and analytical skills
Positive attitude, poise and judgment
Results-oriented; solid work ethic
Ability to travel and work non traditional hours as needed

LOCATION
The Program & Events Associate is located in College Summit's National
Headquarters in Washington, DC.

REPORTING STRUCTURE
The Program & Events Associate will report directly to the Event
Planner.

COMPENSATION
In order to attract highly qualified candidates, we are offering a
competitive benefits package, including health, 401(k) with a match,
vacation, disability and life insurance, and generous professional
development benefits.

TO APPLY:
Send your resume and cover letter to jobs@collegesummit.org. Please
write in the subject line: EVENTS ASSOCIATE. No telephone calls, please.

17. Events Coordinator; Gartner; New York, NY

The member events are the cornerstone of the member experience with the
Research Board. These are the most influential CIO's, and staff in the
industry. They expect a high standard of quality for each event they
attend and the RB has a reputation for the best events in the industry.
Professional, organized and well-run events are critical to the success
of the business. The success of the events impacts the propensity of the
members to renew. Renewals are critical to on-going profitability and
success of the business. This role is part of our ongoing effort to
better inform members about meetings in order to increase attendance. As
part of the Events team, the Events Coordinator will have a greater
knowledge of the logistics around our events, making it easier to field
member questions and help the PD market the event. This person in this
role must exemplify the Research Board values and standards as it
relates to internal associates and members.

Responsibilities   
 – Responsible for creating a new position for one and possibly two
hires.
– Own the entire member communication process, and make decisions on
best practices to implement in this area to help us become more
efficient. In doing this, she will handle all member and speaker
correspondence on meeting logistics for 4 Sub Boards DSB, FMB, HRMB, TIB
(potentially for CIO Boards too).
– Create and oversee events portion of our customer database.
– She will be responsible for all the processes that go around updating
the database and improving it.
– Work with EM/EDs on scouting research, rooming lists, and other
details, as needed, surrounding meeting logistics.
– Will be attending some meetings as part of events team and will have
contact and interaction with members onsite.
– Potential growth into Events Manager who may plan and scout for local,
internal, and Sub Board meetings.
– Extreme attention to detail to satisfy RB standards and member
requirements.
– High interaction with members and their staff, must be able to provide
member satisfaction.

The member events are the cornerstone of the member experience with the
Research Board. These are the most influential CIO's, and staff in the
industry. They expect a high standard of quality for each event they
attend and the RB has a reputation for the best events in the industry.
Professional, organized and well-run events are critical to the success
of the business. The success of the events impacts the propensity of the
members to renew. Renewals are critical to on-going profitability and
success of the business. This role is part of our ongoing effort to
better inform members about meetings in order to increase attendance. As
part of the Events team, the Events Specialist will have a greater
knowledge of the logistics around our events, making it easier to field
member questions and help the PD market the event. This person in this
role must exemplify the Research Board values and standards as it
relates to internal associates and members.

Qualifications
– Bachelors Degree
– 3+ years Business Experience
– Demonstrated ability to work on multiple tasks simultaneously
– Strong interpersonal and communication skills
– Flexibility
– Demonstrated ability to interact and communicate (via email and phone)
with clients
– Comprehensive understanding of Microsoft Office Applications
– Phone skills and customer service
– Must be extremely organized and detail oriented
– Time management skills

Please e-mail resume to scott.morse@gartner.com quoting reference
#5607BR

18. Meeting Coordinator – Travel Marketing Company; Signature Travel
Network; Marina del Rey, CA

Signature Travel Network is a dynamic travel marketing company in
business since 1956 headquartered in Marina del Rey, CA. We are seeking
an experienced (min 2 years) meeting/event coordinator with energy,
enthusiasm and initiative, strong interpersonal and organizational
skills and a professional presence.

Job responsibilities include:
– Coordination of all aspects of meetings and training events
– Development and coordination of registration and meeting
communications
– Management of hotel and vendor meeting contracts
– Production of onsite meeting collateral
– Production of meeting presentation materials
– Liaison for attendees and vendors
– Onsite supervision of select events
– Administrative support for member services department

Qualifications:
– Minimum of two years meeting and event planning experience
– Strong organizational, verbal and written communication skills
– Detail oriented and ability to balance multiple priorities
– Ability to work independently as well as in a team
– Willingness to travel and attend evening and weekend functions
– Strong MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint skills; interest in
learning new systems

Interested applicants should email resume with salary history to gina@signaturetravelnetwork.com. No phone inquiries, please.

We offer a competitive compensation plan, which includes:
– Salary
– Medical Insurance
– Profit Sharing Plan

About Signature Travel Network
A co-operative of travel retailers with annual gross revenues exceeding
$2 billion. Signature's marketing team works with the world's leading
tour and cruise companies including Princess Cruises, Carnival Cruise
Lines, Crystal Cruises, Tauck, and Pleasant Holidays.

As industry leaders, our vision includes forging partnerships with the
most respected travel companies, delivering state of the art technology,
marketing and training programs to impact both Signature members and
partners.

19. Operations Manager; Best Of Boston; Waltham, MA

A unique opportunity to join the premier events planning company ranked
Number One for five consecutive years! As Operations Manager you will
play an important role as a member of a strong events team as it
continually strives to over-deliver on client expectations. Best of
Boston specializes in Destination Management Services as well as the
design and production of special events, tour programs, around-town
transportation, entertainment and other program services. It is a
business built on relationships.

Reporting to the General Business Manager, you will be responsible for
providing transportation, staffing and tours for approved client
programs. You will be working in an energetic, fast-paced team
environment where excellence is the norm.

Responsibilities   
– Work with sales manager and account manager during implementation
process: create manifest and secure client approval
– Recruit and hire staff for contract positions
– Act as liaison between Best of Boston and contracted staff
– Book, implement and oversee all staffing and transportation for all
events
– Communicate with hotel staff regarding client schedules
– Oversee and book all non food-related tour elements
– Attend weekly sales meeting with Best of Boston team
– Attend weekly meeting with sales manager and account manager to review
client programs and elements
– Ensure all operational elements are booked; re-confirm all elements
and staffing; respond to client changes
– Maintain 24-hour availability as client contact for duration of event

Required Qualification 
– Experience within Destination Management industry
– Experience working in a deadline-driven environment where multitasking
is commonplace
– Excellent written and verbal communication skills
– Exemplary communication and customer service skills
– Must maintain 24-hour availability as client contact
– Proficiency with PC skills, including MS Office
– College degree preferred

If you meet these requirements and desire to work on a winning team,
please submit a resume and job posting application to BostonCoach at jobs_boston@bostoncoach.com

20. Sales Representative – Meetings & Incentives; Apple Vacations;
Philadelphia, PA

Purpose:

This job will be responsible for maintaining relationships with existing
Atkinson & Mullen Travel clients as may be assigned. Atkinson & Mullen
is a division of Apple Vacations and has been established for over 35
years. Associate will solicit and establish relationships with new
clients and group organizers bringing in new business on a consistent
basis.

IMMEDIATE NEED! No relocation offered- local candidates only.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities:

This position is B2B selling. You will be selling corporate
incentive/group travel. Must have proven closing sales experience. You
must have experience selling incentive based travel and or meeting
planning experience.

-Solicit and establish relationships with new clients generating new
business on a consistent basis
-Negotiate rates and make reservations with wholesalers, tour operators,
hotels, airlines and cruise lines
-Interact with tour operators, cruise lines and Apple colleagues where
applicable
-Collaborate with sales team for creation of Core Products to be
featured for new offerings
-Provide excellent customer service as portrayed in our slogan, “At Your
Service, Since 1969″.

Experience:

· Track record of success in the incentive/meeting planning/convention
niche.
· Should have an understanding of the hospitality industry, specifically
the cruise and tour operator industries

Language:
· Fluency in English, fluency in other languages a plus

Education  
· College education preferred and beneficial
· Excellent verbal and written skills

Email your Word.doc resume right away to jfreimut@applevac.com
Jill Freimuth, Corporate Recruiter

21. Sales Representative; Apple Vacations; Chicago, IL

Purpose:

This job will be responsible for maintaining relationships with existing
Atkinson & Mullen Travel clients as may be assigned. Atkinson & Mullen
is a division of Apple Vacations and has been established for over 35
years. Associate will solicit and establish relationships with new
clients and group organizers bringing in new business on a consistent
basis.

IMMEDIATE NEED! No relocation offered- local candidates only. Home-based
position

Essential Duties/Responsibilities:

This position is B2B selling. You will be selling corporate
incentive/group travel. Must have proven closing sales experience. You
must have experience selling incentive based travel and or meeting
planning experience.

-Solicit and establish relationships with new clients generating new
business on a consistent basis
-Negotiate rates and make reservations with wholesalers, tour operators,
hotels, airlines and cruise lines
-Interact with tour operators, cruise lines and Apple colleagues where
applicable
-Collaborate with sales team for creation of ¿Core Products¿ to be
featured for new offerings
-Provide excellent customer service as portrayed in our slogan, “At Your
Service, Since 1969″.

Experience:

· Track record of success in the incentive/meeting planning/convention
niche.
· Should have an understanding of the hospitality industry, specifically
the cruise and tour operator industries
·
Language:
· Fluency in English, fluency in other languages a plus

Education:
· College education preferred and beneficial
· Excellent verbal and written skills

Email your Word.doc resume right away to jfreimut@applevac.com
Jill Freimuth, Corporate Recruiter

22. Sales Manager; Adams Mark Hotel; Dallas, TX
http://careers.hsmai.org/jobdetail.cfm?job=2552727&keywords=&ref=1

23. Associate Sales Manager; ESPN Zone; Las Vegas, NV

The Associate Sales Manager will have the responsibility to assist the
Site Sales Manager with the execution of targeted sales programs aimed
at driving pre-sold group business. Responsible to maintain Disney
quality and ethical standards set by The Walt Disney Company.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS:
Reports To: Site Sales Manager

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Financial/Operations:
· Execute site specific direct sales plan
· Interface with clients on all aspects of group events, including:
· Site inspections
· Qualifying Leads
· Menu Selection
· Contracts
· Solicit new business through various sales channels
· Interface site operations to ensure execution of site events
· Represent ESPN Zone at Hospitality/Trade Events

Guest Service:
· Responsible for a quality guest experience
· Ability to empower staff to deliver the SCORE standard of service
· Ensure the highest level of quality product and service

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
· Three years of sales management experience
· Event Sales background and knowledge of Group Sales
· Managed group sales events
· Ability to create and nurture business relationships

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
· Interest and/or knowledge of sports and ESPN

Education
High school Education required.
Business/Marketing Degree preferred.

If interested please send your resume to ernie.ritchie@disney.com.

24. Travel Purchasing Manager; Excellence In Motivation; Dayton, OH

Position Description   
 To work with Account Executives, internal management, Client
Solutions/New Product Development and Travel to develop creative,
attractive, logistically sound and competitively priced proposals.
Initiates and supports beneficial relationships with suppliers.
Maintains and disseminates destination information used for up selling
and information purposes while securing the most beneficial gross
profits for EIM.

Responsibilities   
-Research and remain current on assigned area of destination focus
-Meets with AE and other personnel to obtain the program guidelines,
client objectives and needs for presentations
-Responsible for developing the budget including negotiation with
vendors, costings and internal reporting to ensure the best value and
competitive edge for the client and EIM
-Responsible for the development of proposals to include securing
accommodations and services in conjunction with client travel program
solutions (i.e., hotels, DMCs, etc.)
-Prepares LOI/LOA outlining program costs, deposits, contractual
obligations for client approval
-Review, negotiate and revise all vendor contracts prior to sending to
the appropriate signing authority ensuring EIM's requirements, clients
needs and budget parameters are satisfied
-Establish and maintain rapport with key suppliers
-Assist in client presentations
-Develop creative and unique solutions that will offer special
opportunities within budgets
-Negotiate with suppliers for services required to complete preliminary
site inspection trips, as needed
-Final check and review of travel proposal/executive summary to ensure
accuracy of program content with program budget prior to sending to
Sales Executive.
-Organizes file content for smooth transition into operations area
including preparation of a Contact Sheet for each program listing
client, AE, all vendors¿ names, addresses, phone and fax numbers, and
timeline reflecting deposit schedules.
-Sets up meeting and meets with assigned Operations Manager for file
turnover. Interview and aid in the selection of employees as requested.
-Handle special VIP requests
-Attend trade shows when necessary. Acts as liaison between AE, client,
suppliers and internal departments until program is assigned to a Travel
Account Manager
-Arranges, negotiates, prepares and attends client meetings

-Performs other related duties requested
Required Qualification 
-Strong comprehension of legal terms and conditions as they apply to
vendor contracts
-Excellent verbal and written communications/negotiation skills
-Proficiency in Microsoft Office, with strong Excel and Word skills
-Aptitude for research
-Track market conditions, price trends and future incentive travel
destinations
-Ability to exceed timeline expectations minimal expectancy is to meet
deadlines
-Prepare accurate data, maintaining accuracy through multiple changes in
programs
-Ability to remain organized and professional in a very busy environment
-Ability to multitask and prioritize
-Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
-Represents the Company in a positive manner at all times
-Ability to meet attendance standards, travel and work overtime as
needed
-Ability and experience to research client solutions unfamiliar to self
and/or Account Executives for prospective meetings or incentive programs
-Ability to screen and identify new service providers
-Excellent presentation skills
-Demonstrates proficiency with details and numbers
-Prior international destination experience preferred
-Must be able to relocate to Dayton, OH for the position
-College Degree or equivalent six (6) years combination of education and
experience

Please send salary expectations and resumes to:

HR Mgr
Excellence In Motivation
6 North Main, Suite 370
Dayton, OH 45402
Fax: 937-222-0405
Email: hlewis@eim-inc.com
Website: www.eim-inc.com

25. Marketing Manager; Miami Air International; Miami, FL

The Marketing Manager's position at Miami Air will require the candidate
to seek new business for Miami Air, as well as maintain and cultivate
relationships with existing customers and contacts.  New business will
be obtained by one on one sales calls throughout North America,
attending tradeshows and conventions related to our industry, and by
using exceptional networking skills.  In addition the candidate will
work with the marketing team to assist with developing marketing pieces
such brochures, email newsletters, and other various print media.

Contact: Henry Payne
Phone: 305-846-3667
Fax: 305-871-4222Hpayne@miamiair.com

26. Star Cite Manager; Lehman Brothers; New York, NY

Responsibilities:

The Starcite Manager will be involved in the following daily functions:·
 Create event communications using Starcite·  Liaise effectively between
Sales/Research/Roadshows/Event Marketing/businesses·  Manage event guest
list database, RSVP and final attendance lists·  Train others how to use
Starcite on ad hoc basis·  Prioritize requests and manage client
expectations·  Understand the current event strategy and recognize the
impact on our clients and the firm

Requirements:·  Proficient with the use of Starcite, Microsoft Office
applications and HTML ·  Bachelor's degree and 2+ years experience in
financial services preferred·  Excellent communication skills required· 
Must demonstrate exemplary interpersonal skills for client and team
interaction·  Strong willingness to learn about Firm clients and their
relationships ·  Demonstrated ability to work in a time sensitive
environment·  Willing to learn new software systems and technologies

Department Overview: The Event Marketing Department of Lehman Brothers
is a fast paced and demanding environment. The department handles over
2,000 events a year and is the central booking point for events domestic
as well as international. The range of events can be from small dinners
and baseball games to large conferences and product launches. We have
over 40 planners in the New York office, 14 in our domestic branch
offices and 10 in our overseas offices. We are looking for an individual
who can multi task, maintain client service under pressure, possesses
relevant computer skills, is able to follow instructions from others and
quickly learn protocol and procedures. 
recruiting6@lehman.com

27. Event/meeting planner-1-2634; Merritt Staffing; White Plains, NY
http://careers.ises.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=553&jb=1357264

28. Events Manager; Greenspring Media Group; Minneapolis, MN

Greenspring Media Group is seeking an Events Manager for its consumer
shows and events division (this is a recently added position). Shows
produced by GMG include the Twin Cities Food & Wine Experience, Luxury
Home Tour (Twin Cities, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Indianapolis,
Naples, Phoenix and Tampa), the Minneapolis Fall Home & Garden Show, the
Twin Cities Loft & Condo Living Tour, and the NFL Alumni Super Bowl Home
Tour Event.

Responsibilities:

– Event staff management
– Manage all operational elements including pre-planning, execution and
follow-up
– Develop event timeline and manage event expenses to stay within budget
– Oversee event related communications/fulfillments to exhibitors and
sponsors
– Some content responsibilities for show related publications

Qualifications: College degree. A minimum of five years of event
planning/managing experience. Ability to multi-task, organize,
prioritize and perform under pressure. Excellent written and verbal
communication skills. Qualified applicants should e-mail a cover letter,
resume and salary expectations to emp@greenspring.com. Please note that
applications without salary expectation will not be considered. No phone
calls, please. EOE.

29. Coordinator for Non-Classical Concerts and Rental Events; Minnesota
Orchestra; Minneapolis, MN

Primary Purpose:  Works with the Director of Pops and the Rental Events
Manager to ensure non-classical concerts and rental events run smoothly
by handling the details required to plan and produce these concerts and
events.
 
REPORTS TO: Director of Pops and Special Projects
 

Planning Dimension: Advance all non-classical concerts – this includes
serving as guest artist liaison, making hotel and travel arrangements
and planning and handling all hospitality details. With Rental Events
Manager, coordinates all aspects of rental events such as
front-of-house, stage crew and ticketing. Takes initial inquiry calls,
facilitates rental contracts and conducts Orchestra Hall tours.

MAJOR JOB FUNCTIONS

Coordinate Non-Classical Concerts and Rental Events – 50%

·    Manage the input and upkeep of OMS (Orchestra Management System)
for all non-classical concerts and rental events.
·    Serve as liaison to guest artists, travel agents, and managers.
·    Coordinate schedule including rehearsals, concerts, meetings,
interviews and post-concert activities. This is done in coordination
with the Orchestra Operations Manager and the Audience Experience
Manager.
·    Coordinate and maintain master facility schedule for Sommerfest.
·    Determine and arrange all guest artist travel and lodging
arrangements.
·    Determine and communicate production needs to stage crew.
·    Make arrangements for the rental and/or purchase of hard to find
instruments as well as coordinate the hiring of extra musicians through
Orchestra Personnel.
·    Coordinate production and hospitality logistics for non-classical
concerts and rental events.
·    Coordinate guest artist comp tickets with appropriate box office
staff members.
·    Maintain contracts, production schedules and guest artist
schedules.
·    Create dressing room assignments and signage.
·    Determine and coordinate, in conjunction with Orchestra Operations
Manager, all keyboard needs, including rental, moving and tuning.

Duty Manager – 30%

·    Serve as Duty Manager and artist liaison at concerts and rental
events.
·    Maintain Duty Manager clipboard system.

Administrative Duties – 20%

·    Track expenses and bills.  Prepare check requests for concert and
event expenses.
·    Research rental rates at other venues, both local and national.

REQUIREMENTS

College degree in business, music, arts administration or related field.
 Experience in an arts organization, events management or the
entertainment industry.  Background in music is helpful.  Strong
organizational skills, attention to detail, follow-through and ability
to handle multiple tasks and priorities.  Ability to work independently.
 Available for evening and weekend work.

MINNESOTA ORCHESTRAL ASSOCIATION
Human Resources
1111 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Fax: 612-371-7170resumes@mnorch.org

No Phone Calls Please!
http://www.minnesotaorchestra.org/
EOE

30. Western Regional Director; United States Holocaust Memorial Museum;
Los Angeles, CA
http://careers.ises.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=553&jb=1343854

31. Banquet Chef; The Briar Club; Houston, TX
http://careers.ises.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=553&jb=1341968

32. Recreation Administration Graduate Assistant; George Williams
College of Aurora University; Williams Bay, WI
http://careers.ises.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=553&jb=1332799

33. Director of Site Rentals; George Ranch Historical Park; Richmond, TX

Overall Objective:  To develop, market, plan, and implement all
corporate sales, group tours and private events to achieve annual
revenue goals with expected performance and quality standards.  Provide
supervision of Janitorial Department in conjunction with site rental
events and daily operations.

 

Job Duties:  Provide leadership of Site Rental Department from product
development through marketing, sales, and implementation.  Includes
budgetary development and compliance, personnel management, analysis,
and strategic planning.  Supervise Janitorial Department to ensure that
organizational standards are met.

Responsibilities:

1.          Marketing and Sales:

 A.        Aggressively pursue sales opportunities through bridal and
tour expo exhibitions, upcoming conventions, and contacts with hotels,
corporations, associations and private groups.
B.        Respond quickly to client inquiries with proposals and rental
contracts; conduct site tours for interested parties.
C.        Research and conduct appropriate direct mail, telephone or
e-mail sales campaigns.
D.        Ensure that website information is current and relevant.
E.        Work closely with the marketing department in development and
production of professional quality promotional materials including
postcards, flyers, and brochures.
F.         Maintain relationships with relevant professional
organizations.

2.           Product development

A.        Develop annual departmental Strategic Plan to provide
direction and focus  to achieve revenue goals and fully utilize all
venues.
B.        Research, develop and evaluate new event packages for all size
groups and interests.
C.        Keep current on industry standards for pricing and market
trends.
D.        Seek and evaluate new vendors.
E.        Pursue heightened cooperation with George Ranch Program
Department to offer joint ventures.

3.         Event Implementation:

A         Directly responsible for oversight of event cycle from client
contact to completion: includes presentation of proposal; rental
contract preparation;  set-up and tear down work orders; procurement of
food, beverage, entertainment and security vendors; and ensuring
adequate labor force and proper financial arrangements.
B.        Routinely assess client satisfaction through surveys, personal
interaction,  or other relevant means.
C.        Routinely assess subordinate staff performance to ensure that
expected standards of timeliness, professionalism and excellence of
presentation are upheld.
D.        Provide quality control checks on current food and
entertainment vendors.
E.        Invoice and accept monies for events and record transactions.
F.         Approve event purchases and hourly labor time sheets.

4.         Management

A.        Provide direct daily supervision of the Site Rental and
Janitorial  departments.
B.        Propose and adhere to departmental budgets.
C.        Prepare monthly and annual financial report.
D.        Provide annual staff evaluations.
E.        Work effectively as member of senior level management team to
uphold all organizational policies and procedures, provide credible and
fair leadership, and perform those duties necessary to achieve the
mission of the Fort Bend County Museum Association.

Contact: Candace Jones
Phone: 281-342-1256cjones@fortbendmuseum.org

34. Director of Special Events and Stewardship Programs; Temple
University; Philadelphia, PA

Temple University of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education is a
comprehensive public research university with more than 34,000 students.
It has a distinguished faculty in 17 schools and colleges, including
schools of Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Podiatry, and Dentistry, and a
renowned Health Sciences Center. Temple is one of Pennsylvania's three
public research universities, along with the University of Pittsburgh
and Penn State University. Temple University is the 26th-largest
university in the United States, and it is the 6th-largest provider of
professional education (law, dentistry, medicine, pharmacy and podiatric
medicine) in the country.

The Director of Special Events and Stewardship Programs will report
directly to the Associate Vice President – Campaign Programs with
additional responsibility to the Office of the President.

In this role, you will plan, develop, and implement University-wide
events that take place both off and on campus, including:
. Academic ceremonies, honorary degree convocations and inaugurations.
. Social functions such as the faculty receptions, pre-football and
pre-basketball game receptions.
. Events for members of the Temple community (department chairs and new
faculty dinners) and luncheons/dinners for visiting VIPs.
. Office of the President events such as press conferences, book
readings, and Presidential Fellow events.
. Stewardship events held to honor donors, entertain prospects, and
maintain relations with alumni/ae.
. University-wide events such as building groundbreakings, ribbon
cuttings, dedications, and other special celebrations.

Required Education and Experience:
. Bachelor's degree or equivalent with five or more years related
experience. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be
considered.
. Knowledge of academic and social protocol required.
. Must be able to work evenings and weekends as University events
require.
. Experience in an academic setting would be an asset.

To apply for this position and view other Temple opportunities, please
visit our Web site at http://www.temple.edu and click on Jobs@temple.
Please reference TU-09948. Temple University is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer with a strong commitment to cultural
diversity.

35. Association Meeting Planner; AAHC: Washington, DC

National nonprofit association seeks experienced meeting planner.
Position has responsibility for all aspects of 20+ small meetings per
year, including registration, marketing, contract negotiation,
logistics, site selection and onsite management. Ideal candidate will
have 2-4 years in association meeting planning, superior attention to
detail and written/oral communication skills, ability to think
holistically about the meeting planning function, and a desire to grow
within an organization. Competitive salary w/ excellent benefits. Resume
and cover letter to Meeting Planner Search, 1400 16th St, NW, Ste 720,
WDC 20036, or jobs@aahcdc.org. No calls. EOE

36. Exhibit Sales Account Manager; J. Spargo & Associates, Inc.;
Fairfax, VA

We have an opening for an energetic, self-motivated individual to sell
exhibit space and sponsorships for trade shows.

Responsibilities Include:
Selling exhibit space by telephone
Generating new leads
Cross-selling related shows
Minimal travel required

Qualifications:
1-2 years business-to-business sales experience (exhibit/advertising
sales preferred)
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
The ability to work independently
College degree is a plus
Knowledge of Word, Excel, Access and Outlook
A2Z and/or SalesForce.com experience is a big plus

Compensation:
Competitive salary and incentives
Excellent benefits

About J. Spargo & Associates, Inc.:
J. Spargo & Associates, Inc. is a full service event management company
with a solid 35+ year history of providing clients with innovative,
attentive management and sales services, nationally and internationally.
For more information, visit www.jspargo.com.

TradeshowWeek recently named J. Spargo & Associates, Inc. to the list of
“Top 10 Show Management Companies in North America”.

Please fax resume with salary history to 703-818-9177 attn: HR manager
or email jsajobs@jspargo.com.

37. Meetings & Program Coordinator; (c)Management, Inc.; Rockville, MD
http://asi.careerhq.org/jobdetail.cfm?job=2552240&keywords=&ref=1

38. Director of Sponsorship and Sales; SmithBucklin Corporation;
Chicago, IL
http://asi.careerhq.org/jobdetail.cfm?job=2552364&keywords=&ref=1

39. Conference Coordinator; The Council of Independent Colleges;
Washington, DC

Small non-profit education association seeks conference professional.
Qualifications include positive customer focus, sense of urgency in
serving association members interests, availability to travel to events,
facility with association management system databases, experience with
Protech CRM a plus, communicate effectively verbally and in writing,
attentiveness to detail, and ability to manage several activities
simultaneously and to thrive in a fast-paced collaborative work
environment. Bachelor's degree and progressive meeting planning
experience is preferred. Responsibilities include registering conference
participants, maintaining conference databases; reconciling conference
finances; generating participants' lists and name badges, and tabulating
conference evaluations. A complete description of the position and of
desired qualifications can be found at http://www.cic.edu/about/employment/index.asp. Position is available
immediately. Send resume and cover letter by May 10, 2007, to The
Council of Independent Colleges, Conference Coordinator Search, One
Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 320, Washington, DC 20036. Email conferencecoordinator@cic.nche.edu or Fax to 202 466-7238. EOE

40. Exposition Manager; National Recreation & Park Association; Ashburn,
VA
http://www.jobtarget.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=518&jb=1373519

41. Conference Coordinator; American Planning Association; Chicago, IL

The American Planning Association seeks a fantastic, team-oriented
conference coordinator reporting to the Director of Meetings &
Conferences. This position is multi-faceted but includes the following
in direct relation the National Planning Conference:

Exhibition management onsite

Creation of marketing collateral

Project management of preliminary and final programs

Coordinate registration bag inserts and shipping

Coordinate student, scholarship and childcare program

Maintain and update conference portion of website

Coordinate internal and off-site meetings 

Requirements

    * 2-3 years' meeting/marketing experience
    * Bachelor's Degree
    * Proficiency in Microsoft Office, database management, IMIS
    * Excellent written and communication skills
    * First-rate organizational skills, positive attitude, ability to
work collaboratively and independently
    * Some travel required

Send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to cbieschke@planning.org; or fax 312-786-6727 (Attn: Deene Alongi,
Director Meetings & Conferences). Resumes without a cover letter or
salary requirements will not be considered. No phone calls. Reply by May
18, 2007.

42. Convention/Meetings Logistics Coordinator; American College of
Osteopathic Family Physicians; Arlington Heights, IL

Job Description
Provide administrative, logistical, and onsite support for the Spring
and Fall Conventions and Meetings, and the Intensive Update and Board
Review, from preliminary planning to post meeting.  Responsibilities
include but are not limited to:  research hotel availability as
required, coordinate meeting logistics such as rooming list, ground
transportation, food and beverage orders, audio visual, special
functions, VIP requests, coordinate convention shipping, staff
scheduling, vendor coordination, travel to meeting site and manage
on-site logistics.  Proof read all meeting materials and ensure quality
control and accuracy.  Maintain databases.  Maintain a clean and orderly
work environment, monitor supply inventory for individual meetings, have
an open mind to new processes and flexibility, ability to juggle
multiple priorities efficiently.

Contact: Patt Moskal
Phone: 847-952-5102
Fax: 847-228-9755pattm@acofp.org

43. Special Events Manager; Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America;
Alexandria, VA

Duties & Responsibilities: 
The Special Events Manager will work as a member of the Events team with
the Director, Meetings & Special Events and Meetings Manager, sharing
the workload to accomplish the goals of the organization.    The ideal
candidate must be internally motivated and self-directed.  Candidates
must have a positive attitude and be comfortable working in a fast paced
environment.  Candidates must also have exceptional customer service
skills, excellent computer, as well as analytical and organizational
skills.  This polished association professional will collaborate with
many internal and external stakeholders to execute each event,
therefore, the ideal candidate must be a true team player with excellent
people and problem solving skills.  Specific duties include:

·         Develop operational practices, timelines, and post-event
critiques
·         Post all meetings and events information on website and
monitor weekly
·         Fulfill applicable sponsorship benefits and correspondence
·         Coordinate speaker participation (AV, air, hotel, etc.)
·         Generate weekly status reports for meetings and events,
including registration and hotel pickups
·         Draft staging guides and recommend on-site temporary staff as
necessary
·         Correspond with exhibitors, attendees and speakers as needed
·         Negotiate – budget knowledge and line item control a must
·         Create RFPs, evaluate responses, and make recommendations
·         Review, reconcile, and code invoices
·         Monitor and adhere to budgets
·         Forge and maintain relationships with supplier partners.
·         Prepare and proof appropriate portions of marketing,
registration, and housing materials
·         Gather, analyze, and interpret statistical information
·         Assist with overall departmental activities and other duties
as assigned.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:  
 The ideal candidate will possess a high level of initiative,
independent judgment, exemplary customer service and communication
skills (verbal and written), and the capacity to work well under
pressure to produce a seamless event.  The candidate must be proficient
with meeting management responsibilities including:  contract
negotiation, conference schedule coordination, registration, budgeting,
hotel logistics, and associated administrative tasks for meetings and
events ranging in size from 10-3,000+ attendees.  He/she must have
proven ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced
environment and demonstrated ability to prioritize and meet or beat
deadlines.  The candidate must have the confidence and ability to think
quickly and make good decisions under pressure.  The ideal candidate
will have the ability to represent the team in the absence of the
Director.  He or she must also have the demonstrated ability to interact
well with internal and external clients, broad knowledge of meetings and
special events, excellent budgeting skills, attention to detail and time
management skills, and strong organizational skills.  Ability to lead
projects, as well as work effectively and collaboratively as a member of
a team.  Must be results-oriented, organized, and professional. 
Dedication to detail is essential.  The successful candidate must have
proven experience in best practices for meetings and events including,
but not limited to contract negotiation (hotels, convention centers, AV,
general services contractors, catering, and other vendors), exhibitor
solicitation and management.

Minimum Training and Experience:  
Bachelor's degree, at least 5 years of progressive meeting planning
and/or events experience and Certified Meeting Professional designation
required.  Ideal candidate will also have some experience with exhibits
and sponsorships.  Proficient user of Microsoft products (Outlook, Word,
Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

Condition of Employment:  
Flexibility to work evenings and weekends.  Travel, and dedication to
accomplishing CADCA's mission.
careers@cadca.org

44. Meetings Manager; FASEB/AAA; Bethesda, MD

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

Responsible for coordination, planning and implementation of all
activities related to Annual Meeting/EB; responsible for society's
awards and grants program.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 –     Works with Program Co-Chairs on all aspects of Annual Meeting,
including program and logistical support.
–     Oversees all aspects of meeting, including program development,
abstract submission, funding solicitation and distribution, audio-visual
needs, housing and registration issues.
–     Develops and implements marketing plan for meeting, including
promotional brochures, flyers, posters and e-mail messages.  Develops
appropriate targeted lists.
 –     Tracks all data related to Annual Meeting, including attendees,
abstracts, funding, revenue, expenses, travel reimbursements, etc.
–     Provides on-site Annual Meeting support, including all preparation
and follow-up for Program Committee meeting.        
–     Responsible for all aspects of society's awards and grants
programs, including marketing, nomination and selection process,
presentation logistics.    
  –     Checks and codes travel reimbursement requests and invoices from
hotel/suppliers.
–     Maintains all files and records regarding the Annual Meeting.
–     Compiles, writes and edits information to be included in Call for
Abstracts and program; maintains continuous updated program information
for Web site and newsletter.
–     Plans and coordinates all Annual Meeting special functions,
including set-up and menus.
–     Solicits grants and corporate donations in support of AAA
programs.
–     Represents AAA on EB Management Team and serves as liaison to
FASEB and other EB society staff.
–     Handles contract negotiations and planning for AAA Board meetings
and other meetings, as needed.
–     Coordinates housing accommodations for VIPs and staff.
–     Coordinates printing requests and meeting supplies.

Fax:    301-634-7354hr@faseb.org
http://www.faseb.org/hr/employ.html

45. Marketing Specialist; Mayer Motivations, Inc.; Fort Lauderdale, FL

Position Description    
Write support and collateral marketing information for sales staff,
write and produce monthly newsletter both online and offline, write
travel incentive and meeting brochures describing highlights of meetings
and incentives, maintain database and manage mailing lists. Must be
creative, humorous, like to have fun, but be serious about career and
salary advancement.

Responsibilities   
Same as above, set up trade shows, website and internet marketing
utilization, create ways to generate sales leads, advertising and be
able to write a good sales letter, good copywriting skills combined with
good marketing knowledge

Required Qualification 
Degree in marketing. Good sales copywriter. Entry level, willing to
learn internet marketing skills and offline marketing in the meeting and
travel incentive genre

Education  
Degree in Marketing or experience that fits in with above needed skills
and qualifications.

Email resume to Elin@mayermotivations.com

46. Program Coordinator; Metro Events, Inc.; San Francisco, CA

Metro Events is a progressive event management company that creates
solutions for special events, executive conferences, product launches,
incentives and grand openings for companies and organizations around the
world. The Metro team's meticulous planning, thoughtful design and
conscientious management are crucial to its success.

Responsibilities   
Assist program managers with multiple events ranging from medium to
large scale. Duties include, but are not limited to, assisting program
managers with development and management of budgets, timelines, service
proposals and final billing. Manage a variety of third-party service
vendors including air, hotel, transportation, entertainment, production,
audiovisual, promotional, technical and creative design vendors. Assist
with web site content and functionality development, facilitate
collateral design and print management. Produce hotel and activities
reports/manifests, manage air department communications, collateral
mail-out coordination, food & beverage selection, gift research and
coordination, gathering vendor quotes and signage.

Registration duties include, but are not limited to, attendee
correspondence via phone or email, managing invitation lists,
coordination of mailings and creating/managing attendee reports.
Participate in ongoing client and team meetings, interfacing with team
members. Position reports to Director of Operations.

Primary liaison with IT consultant. Manages all deliverables of all
company IT needs, including, but not limited to, email, servers, shared
drives and back-up processes. Ensure IT consultant delivers agreed-upon
services; track projects and review monthly billing statements.

Required Qualification 
Minimum 2+ years in event planning as a Program or Account Coordinator
or equivalent position in the special event industry; incentive,
conference or tradeshow, destination management, or catering production
experience. Candidate must have the ability to prioritize multiple
projects in a fast paced, multi-faceted creative environment and work
well under pressure. Meticulous organization and research abilities,
strong negotiations experience and skills, and concise and effective
verbal and written communication are required. Ability to adapt to
unforeseeable challenges and opportunities every event presents.
Interact with executive clients and vendors. CREATIVE abilities and
conceptualization a plus. Diligent, confident, resourceful, enthusiastic
self-starter, and adapt to Metro's unique culture and spirit. Knowledge
of technology field and current technology trends/products and
proficiency of MS Excel, MS Word, MS Outlook, Adobe Illustrator,
PhotoShop and FileMaker a plus.

Education  
BA/BS Preferred

Please submit your resume, cover letter and salary history to resumes@metrofx.com, and enter Program Coordinator in the subject line.
No phone calls please.

47. Senior Meeting Planner / Corporate Events; SEI (Investment Company);
London, England, United Kingdom

Job Description
The Corporate Events Senior Meeting Planner will be required to work in
a team environment with other members of SEI's Corporate Events Team in
addition to the SEI Business Units. The Corporate Events Senior Meeting
Planner will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of SEI
sponsored conferences, investment seminars, and client entertainment
events.

The position involves the coordination and organization of the following
processes:

To represent the SEI Events team for the Eurpean offices
Manage projects from initial planning through final execution and post
event follow up
Develop comprehensive event plans, evaluate and select event sites,
select speakers, assess audio visual requirement, maintain attendee
records as well as other meeting logistics
Serve as a liaison between SEI business units and event outsourcing
vendors
Coordinate activities with all on-site vendor representatives
Negotiate contracts with hotels, audiovisual vendors, decorators,
special advertising companies, etc.
Ensure that all meetings and events are consistent with Business Unit
strategy, positioning and budget
Participate in special team/business development projects

Location and Travel
The position is based in London and requires approximately 40% travel.

Requirements:
Strong knowledge of hotel and catering operations
5 years minimum Meeting / Event / Incentive planning experience
5 years vendor management experience
5 years relationship management experience
Strong contract negotiation skills
Strong budget management skills
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Strong organizational skills
Strong problem solving skills

Education  
College degree preferred.
CMP preferred but not required

Respond via email to Caryn Taylor-Lucia by June 15h, 2007- cltaylor@seic.com

48. Vice President, Event Planning; Wyndham Hotel Group; Parsippany, NJ

The Vice President of Event Planning will act as the event planner to
the senior leadership team (SLT) for select client and internal events.
Responsibilities include advance planning, program coordination, on-site
conference management, staffing and budget oversight for all assigned
events. The individual will act as the liaison between senior leadership
and the many third party relationships involved in event planning. The
position will be required to interact with numerous internal and
external clients as well as have the ability to source and manage
significant third party relationships.

Responsibilities

Organize, lead and act as the company liaison for assigned client and
select internal events
Negotiate contracts and rates with all event related companies and
vendors to leverage total company spend and meet established budgets
Advise on creative and effective event ideas to create high impact
meetings and events
Develop, manage and adhere to assigned meeting and event budgets
including monthly forecasts
Site inspections and on-site management of key assigned events including
some international events

Advance Planning responsibilities will include:

Hotel accommodations including meeting space, staging, talent and vendor
engagements
Registration process, database and related reporting and processing
Contract and fee negotiations with vendors
Site inspections
Establish and approve event budgets
Development and management of all plans and logistics

Program Coordination responsibilities will include:

Program logistics including general and break-out sessions
Oversight of on-site service including registration, security, temporary
staff, audio visual services, transportation and program evaluations
Vendors, sponsors, guest speakers, VIP client management and
accommodations
Ensuring all accommodations, staging, catering and talent commitments
are professionally executed
Creative development and execution of strategic event marketing and/or
communications
Communication with key stakeholders, partners and special guests

On-Site Event Management responsibilities will include:

Supervise hotel and temporary and third-party staff performance
Supervise all services and accommodations to ensure commitments are met
Rooming list and registration process
Partner with vendors, suppliers and third party operators on planned
activities

Required Qualification 
College degree required
Minimum 12 years experience with event planning and third party
management in a corporate environment
Minimum 3-5 years experience working within a senior management team
Experience that illustrates the ability to manage staff and multiple
priorities simultaneously
Established relationships with key event planning vendors
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Proven success managing third-party vendors and relationships
Excellent organizational skills to be effective at managing a wide
variety of group and client discussions up to and including the CEO
level
Ability to ensure detailed needs are met while having the ability to
think creatively in order to maximize company budgets and overall
attendee impressions

Please apply to the Vice President, Event planning position (OPE000001O)
directly online at www.wyndhamworldwide.com

49. Special Event Manager; Catholic Charities; Washington, DC

Duties:

Responsible for coordinating, implementing and managing all aspects of
fundraising events, including a black-tie gala. Fast-paced,
team-oriented work environment that demands excellent interpersonal and
written communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to
multi-task.

Qualifications:

Bachelor's Degree, experience managing volunteers, minimum 3-4 years in
development, Spanish proficiency, and proficiency in both Microsoft Word
and Excel.

Central Services
Vanessa Stewart, HR ManagerVanessa.Stewart@ccs-dc.org
(202) 772-4358 Phone
(202) 772-4406 Fax

50. Catering Sales; CATERING BY WINDOWS; Alexandria, VA
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=23596011&jobSummaryIndex=5&agentID=

51. Director Revenue Management; Embassy Suites Chevy Chase; 
Washington, DC

We are currently seeking a strong, analytical, team player with a
revenue management background capable of driving a high-performing
property and maximizing profitability. A minimum of 2 to 3 years of
hotel revenue management experience is required.

Apply at destinationhotels.com or Fax: (202) 580-6479

Equal Opportunity Employer

52. Director Of Sales; Star Hotels; Columbia, MD
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=23597881&jobSummaryIndex=17&agentID=

53. Housekeeping Manager; RAMADA INN/OXON HILL; Oxon Hill, MD
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=23594466&jobSummaryIndex=20&agentID=

54. Assistant General Manager; HILTON GARDEN INN; Fredericksburg, VA

Hilton Garden Inn, Fredericksburg's premier lodging establishment, is
looking for an ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER. The right candidate will
possess a minimum of 2 years exp. as a Front Office Mgr or as an
Assistant General Manager. Only candidates with these backgrounds will
be considered. The salary range is $35k to $40k plus bonus, 401(k),
medical benefits and a paid time off program.

Fax resume to 540-548-8820 or e-mail: thomas_corvetti@hilton.com. EEO/AA

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