Conference Producer




£28,000 to £35,000pa


Conference Producer

Established conference business has an opportunity for an experienced conference producer. At present, the role will be to create and launch virtual events, long term to combine these with face to face events, awards, and round table events

As a smaller company, they have developed a collaborative production environment where people can contribute and be recognised for their efforts rather than being a small cog in a big wheel.

This opportunity would suit someone who has built the last two years as a Producer and is looking to take the next step up and make a big splash. Producing 10-15 events per annum. You will be integral to connecting the internal resources and departments to deliver events that are set apart from the run of the mill.

Aside from the skills expected of a Programmes Manager (research, writing, commercial, conducting face-face meetings/research, building rapport). The role also involves:
In collaboration with all Head of Departments:
Business analysis and corporate strategy input (how do we continue to grow the business – not just by the volume of events which often have very little Net profit impact)
Implementing process efficiencies
Improving inter-departmental cooperation and inter-dependency

Suitable for a mid-weight producer with 2-3 years experience, looking to either move away from the larger company or move up from a small conference business.

You will be a self-starter, with a strong commercial skillset and an ability to communicate your vision and complex concepts at all levels. In return, you will receive a strong package and excellent career advancement but more importantly an opportunity to showcase your skills.

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Karen Gittins