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EVENT COORDINATOR & STYLIST

APRIL 2024 - NOVEMBER 2024

The role of a MAVEN Event Coordinator is to ensure the event runs smoothly as planned throughout the wedding day. There are times when you may be Lead or Assistant to the tasks that need to be completed to ensure a successful event. Tasks are extremely varied and depend on the particulars of the event. All events will require the Lead Coordinator to work directly with the client to set up and establish a timeline, communicate with the vendors all load in/load out procedures, and ensure all décor is set up and ready. When it comes to weddings, Lead Coordinators may be called upon to distribute personal flowers, set up/tear down equipment and/or decorations, greet vendors, cue musicians, allocate final payments/gratuities, attend to guest, vendor, and wedding party questions, and troubleshoot as needed while also ensuring the timeline is met. The Lead Coordinator may also be responsible for closing out the event at the end of the night. The Lead Coordinator is in charge of planning the Assistant Coordinator's shift if they are also at the event and will assign tasks as needed throughout the day. The Lead Coordinator will also present the Assistant Coordinator with a specific Close-Out Checklist before departing for the night and will be available by cell phone to answer any follow-up questions. The role of the Assistant Coordinator is to support the Lead Coordinator throughout the wedding day. Assistant Coordinators will not need to be at meetings prior to the event day, but will need to be aware of the responsibilities of the team and how they can assist.

Event Coordinators generally work a handful of events throughout the season. Typically, Lead Coordinators are scheduled on Fridays, Saturdays, and possibly Sundays. Shifts last for 12 hours on average and generally end between 11:00 pm - 1:00 am. However, this is the events world (which is anything but typical!) so Coordinators must be prepared for varied schedules. When working as Assistant Coordinator, shifts last from 8-10 hours. Scheduling is determined by the company owner or Supervisor based on specific needs. Coordinators can expect to work as few as 6 events to as many as 10 events throughout the summer season (April through November) and must be available for on-call shifts, as well. Event Coordinator positions are part-time positions. Compensation is dependent upon experience but starts at $16/hour + mileage reimbursement at $.50/mile outside of a 40mile radius from your home.

Requirements:

Experience with event planning, comfortable commanding a room and problem solving in the moment. Experience in customer service is required. In addition, candidates must be:

  • Energetic and highly personable

  • Professional, both in appearance and demeanor

  • Meticulously organized and attentive to details

  • Extremely capable at multi-tasking

  • Decisive yet flexible

  • Consistently punctual

  • Able to successfully relate to a wide variety of personality types

  • Able to remain calm and think clearly throughout periods of immense stress

  • Able to be constantly on their feet for 12 hours at a time

  • Able to lift up to 60 pounds

  • Able to function as a team player and to respond to direct and immediate requests

  • Committed to pursuing perfection & innovation

The ideal candidate will have 2+ years of experience planning events.

WEDDING INTERN

SUMMER 2024

MAY 4 - SEPTEMBER 14

MAVEN is looking for interns for our 2024 wedding season! The Wedding Internship is an ideal position for a candidate interested in pursuing an event planning career and making a difference in one of the most important day of people’s lives. We are looking for an organized and creative self-starter who can manage multiple tasks and communicate effectively with a diverse audience. The intern should have a strong work ethic, maintain attention to detail, and be able to work independently as well as a part of a team. Applicants who are proficient in Microsoft Office and have some experience in event planning, marketing, and journalism are encouraged to apply.

Interns will work alongside our event coordinators AND our floral designers to help execute set up for events. This means you will be working on the events team at times and with the floral team, depending on the needs of the wedding. Interns generally work a handful of events throughout the season. Typically, Lead Coordinators are scheduled on Fridays, Saturdays, and possibly Sundays. Shifts last for 12 hours on average and generally end between 11:00 pm - 1:00 am. However, this is the events world (which is anything but typical!) so inters must be prepared for varied schedules. Floral Designers work Wednesday – Saturday. All interns must be available for 2 late night tear downs which start at 10:00 pm and can last until 2:00 am the following day. Scheduling is determined by the company owner or Supervisor based on specific needs. Interns can expect to work as few as 4 events to as many as 6 events throughout their internship (May – September) and must be available for on-call shifts, as well.

Compensation: $9/hr + College/class credit if applicable (must provide letter from school showing that credit will be given).

Requirements:

Experience with event planning, comfortable commanding a room and problem solving in the moment. A candidate must be:

  • Energetic and highly personable

  • Professional, both in appearance and demeanor

  • Meticulously organized and attentive to details

  • Extremely capable at multi-tasking

  • Decisive yet flexible

  • Consistently punctual

  • Able to successfully relate to a wide variety of personality types

  • Able to remain calm and think clearly throughout periods of immense stress

  • Able to be constantly on their feet for 12 hours at a time

  • Able to lift up to 60 pounds

  • Able to function as a team player and to respond to direct and immediate requests

  • Committed to pursuing perfection & innovation

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