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Job Title:

Event Coordinator - Mountain View, CA

Job Description:

Tech Leader in Mountain View is Seeking an Event Coordinator

Project Overview:

This Program Management role involves running a unique set of cross-functional, 1P developer conferences

Our focus is on building end-to-end infrastructure to support engineers and developers; our mission is to make infrastructure and development easier and unified across all apps and products

Our internal conferences often reach 1,000+ who attend or contribute from hundreds of offices around the world.

In this role, you will get to play a critical part of shaping developer communities and creating connections between our infrastructure teams and their users.

Overall Responsibilities:

Manage Event Coordination and Planning

Manage event planning: logistics and space planning, budgets, roadmaps, stakeholder alignment, agenda planning, event branding and experience, etc.

Run daily operations of the program including: managing stakeholder communications, scheduling meetings, owning and managing event related documentation

Partner with event stakeholders and other event owners to gather inputs, feedback, and best practices

Day-of event management: central point of contact for events, managing and organizing volunteer work forces, ensuring all the pieces fall into place at the right locations at the right time

Top 3 Daily Responsibilities:

Influence Developer Outreach programs: help shape the framework and programs for how we connect our internal infrastructure teams to internal developers

Create repeatable processes that are documented and shared widely for running developer events of various sizes and scope

Additional opportunities to coordinate with other programs in this space such as summits, developer communities, and developer education

Required Skills:

BA/BS degree with 2+ years of Event Management experience or 4+ years of Event Management experience if no degree.

2+ years of experience with project or program coordinating (role involves program/project management and communicating with stakeholders, etc.)

Nice to have Skills (not required):

Experience working in a technical environment or with software engineers can work independently to drive deliverables through to completion excellent written and oral communication, analytical, and interpersonal skills experience working with executive stakeholders. 

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Mountain View, CA
United States of America

Information Technology / IT - Support

Job Type:
Temp Position
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Posted Date:4/1/2019



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Job Title: Event Coordinator

Location: Mountain View, CA

Job Type: Temp Position

Reference ID: 361686

Posted Date: 4/1/2019

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