An excellent 12 month fixed term contract opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic events specialist to join the business development department of one of the world's leading law firms and one of the fastest growing law firms in London.
This role will report to the Associate director of Travel, Meetings & Events and will focus on assisting and planning internal events, both on-site and off-site, and virtual events including seminars, dinners, receptions, retreats and conferences. Responsibilities of the role will include coordination of the pre and post event registration process, coordination of meeting and event logistics, including food and beverage, audio visual, technology and transportation, as well as coordinating postproduction event recaps. The Travel, Meetings & Events Assistant will also provide support with site selection and preparation of event specific materials such as nametags and event giveaways.
The successful candidate will be degree educated, or equivalent, with previous experience in event planning. Strong analytical, problem solving, interpersonal, communication and project management skills are key requirements of the role of Travel, Meetings & Events Assistant. In addition, a Certified Meeting Planner or Certified Special Events Professional designation would be preferred but is by no means essential.
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