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The Set Up Labor staff member is an on call, per event employee who will work in the areas of room sets and arena conversions at the Greenville Convention Center.
The Housekeeping Labor staff is responsible for ensuring facility meets or exceeds standards of cleanliness to the utmost in guest satisfaction before, during, and after all events. Custodial staff must possess the knowledge, skills and abilities as well as be able to explain and demonstrate that he/she can perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation, using some other combination of skills and abilities.
The Ticket Seller is responsible for selling tickets to the general public, while providing general information to patrons. This is a part-time position that requires the availability to work flexible hours during events, evenings, weekends, and some week days.
Under direct supervision from the Public Safety/Security Supervisor, the Security Guard provides general protection of facility property and personnel; monitors facility and protects against fire, damage and theft; provides general information and assistance to facility guests; and serves as the lead for all Base Security systems. In the absence of the Director of Safety & Security and/or Security Coordinator, the Security Guard may receive event-related instructions from Event Managers or general instructions from the Manager on Duty and/or the Assistant General Manage
OVG, an industry leader in sports, entertainment, and venue management, is dedicated to recruiting and developing individuals with the skills, experience, desire, and values to contribute to the continued growth and success of our organization.
The Office Manager will provide administrative support to all OVG departments (concessions, catering) at the venue, as well as to the General Manager. Administrative duties may include, but are not limited to, assisting with payroll, handling A/P and A/R responsibilities, assuring compliance in hourly employee personnel files, handling basic HR duties, scheduling, and general clerical duties, and GL entries. Perform month end closing work, account reconciliations, and profit statement reporting to management. Safeguard company assets, and provide data and fiscal support to other departments within the company
Given the small size of the OVG onsite office (usually 2 FT employees), it is critical that the Office Manager have the ability to multi-task, organize and prioritize tasks, and willingly assist OVG staff where needed. In light of the sometimes seasonal and event-driven nature of our business, the successful incumbent will have the ability to focus on and prioritize the administrative duties that are most critical and time-sensitive.
The Marketing and Ticketing Coordinator will assist the Director of Marketing and the Director of Ticketing with day-to-day operations and events. The Marketing and Ticketing Coordinator is responsible for the promotion of concerts, sporting events, family shows, and other events at Liberty First Credit Union Arena, while assisting in developing creative marketing campaigns that promote public/community awareness of the facility. This individual will create and manage digital campaigns and send out press releases. They would provide support to the Box Office in utilizing Paciolan Ticketing Software for event ticketing and reporting, balancing, and counting of cash, selling of tickets, and creating events.
Manage, supervise and coordinate the activities and operations of the Sales and Marketing Department; to schedule and book facility events including a seamless working relationship with VGSC; and to provide highly responsible staff assistance to higher-level management staff.
The Catering Manager leads all Catering activities including crew/artist caterings, team meals, and private events. The Catering Manager will independently initiate and authorize all employment actions such as hiring, termination, suspension, discipline, promotion and transfer. The Catering Manager will actively and independently manage all aspects of employee relations to ensure a positive, harmonious, compliant and cooperative work environment.
The catering manager plans and directs the activities of events that serve food and beverages in all backstage catering areas, guests catered events, and assists in all activities within events in all other areas of premium services. Have a wide variety of daily duties which include: estimating, ordering, arranging, supervising, recording, and overseeing all food, beverage and equipment. Coordinate with and provide excellent service to venue clients, while working with them on their event needs.
The Catering Manager will provide oversight and resolution responsibility for employee performance issues. The Catering Manager must provide a high level of event oversight, technical proficiency and operational/personnel support to ensure the smooth running of any assigned event. A critical function of the Catering Manager will be to actively mentor, train and help employees and volunteers meet company quality standards. The employee must maintain excellent attendance and be available to work a variable event-driven schedule which to evenings and weekends. Open availability, professional presentation, outstanding interpersonal skills, self-direction and strong technical (computer and POS) aptitude required.
With the support of the Director of Marketing & Sales and the Suites & Sales Manager, the Marketing & Sales Coordinator will assist with executing marketing campaigns and promotions, public relations, grassroots marketing, and maintenance of the Tribute Communities Centre’s website and social media channels. The Marketing & Sales Coordinator will also be responsible for prospecting new clients and assist with securing reservations and payments for group sales, suites and corporate sales initiatives.
This position will work as part of the marketing and sales team whose purpose is to drive revenue for all facets of the venue. Responsibilities will shift throughout the seasons between marketing, group sales, premium seating and corporate sales.
This position is responsible for assisting the VP of Sales with long-term bookings and assisting in supplementing long-term booking activity with short-term tradeshow, consumer, and some local event booking. Service and contract prospective and confirmed clients and facilitate transition of clients from sales to event planning.
Under direct supervision from the Assistant Director of Operations, the Operations Coordinator will perform oversight of daily operations as assigned, set-up/teardowns, groundskeeping and provide operational coverage for all scheduled events and/or performances. The Operations Coordinator may receive instructions from the Assistant Director of Operations or Assistant General Manager. The Operations Coordinator will work closely with the Cotton Bowl Managers, Event Managers, F&B Managers and contracted labor staff on all events within and around the Fair Park campus. Other duties include assisting other departments as needed and the maintenance and proper use of all operational equipment within and around the Fair Park campus.
Under direct supervision from the Assistant Director of Operations, the Housekeeping Coordinator performs oversight of custodial, housekeeping, appropriate inventory tasks as assigned and provide operational coverage for all scheduled events and/or performances. Housekeeping Coordinator may receive instructions from the Assistant Director of Operations or Assistant General Manager. The Housekeeping Coordinator will work closely with the Cotton Bowl Managers, Event Managers, F&B Managers and contracted labor staff on all events within and around the Fair Park campus. Other duties include assisting other departments as needed and the maintenance and proper use of all operational equipment within and around the Fair Park campus.
The role of the housekeeping position is to ensure a high level of cleanliness and client satisfaction. Job duties include provide cleaning services to our administrative offices, lobbies, ballrooms, meeting rooms, exhibit hall floors, windows, escalators and restrooms. The housekeeper is responsible for maintaining an overall cleanliness of the building as well as coverage during events. Must be reliable, hardworking, and willing to work nights and weekends.
Applicants may be subject to drug testing and background checks.
The Director of Operations will, direct and coordinate personnel, subcontractors and daily activities involved in the successful execution of events by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate supervisors.
Crew members will provide general labor, help with conversions and set up of meeting rooms, ballrooms, conference sessions and exhibit hall or banquet needs. Move around tables, chairs, stanchions, stages, pipe and drape and office furniture as needed to support the event operation for the venue and the client.
The Exhibitor Services Manager is responsible for assisting the Director of Events in overseeing all aspects of the events taking place in the Palm Beach County Convention Center with an emphasis on managing Exhibitor Services. This position supports online and in-person ordering of event utilities, equipment, technical services, food and beverage and guest services staff oversight. The Exhibitor Services Manager also plans and manages selected events; conducts administrative support; supervises the work of facility staff; serves as liaison between facility users and facility staff, service providers and other stakeholders. Occasionally, this position may also coordinate and manage Box Office Services for selected convention center events.
Under direction of the Director of Finance, the AR/Payroll Coordinatormonitors, controls, and audits all financial transactions. This role performs a full range of professional accounting duties involved in fiscal management, record keeping, reporting and financial analysis of the facility.
A passion for food, a commitment to excellence, the heart of a teacher, a dynamic leader are all traits which describe the person who will lead our Culinary Team at the Mayo Civic Center. The Mayo Civic Center has recently completed an $84 million convention center expansion making our venue one of the best in the country. We are seeking an Executive Chef who is committed to providing a best in class experience to our guests. The Mayo Civic Center boasts the largest ballroom in Minnestoa and can accommodate up to 2,000 people for a banquet. In addtion, the Mayo Civic Center has a robust live entertainment schedule with exciting acts such as REO Speedwagon, John Pardi, Kevin James and Travis Tritt.
Not only an amazing facility but also a wonderful community, the Mayo Civic Center is situated on the Zumbro River in downtown Rochester, Minnesota. Know for its culture of caring and innovation, Rochester is home to the Mayo Clinic and offers a relaxing pace, scenic beauty and a healthy dose of Midwest charm. Downtown Rochester offers a wide array of fun things to do, vibrant night life and unique shopping destinations. Professional culinarians and home cooks alike enjoy the wide availability of local produce, meats and cheeses which highlight all that SE Minnesota has to offer!
The Executive Chef has the primary duty of managing the culinary team, a recognized department of venue’s F&B operation. The Executive Chef will actively supervisor, coach, counsel, direct, train and mentor employees in meeting company qualify standards, and will independently initiate and authorize all employment actions such as hiring, termination, suspension, discipline, promotion and transfer. The Executive Chef will actively and independently manage all aspects of employee relations to ensure a positive, harmonious, compliant and cooperative work environment.
The Executive Chef is responsible for overseeing the direction of the kitchen’s daily activities in accordance with Spectra policies and objectives to ensure guest satisfaction, profitability and a positive, productive and compliant work environment. The Executive Chef is solely responsible for the effective management and operation of the culinary team including event planning support, scheduling, food preparation and production, food cost control, compliance with food safety and sanitation policies, cleaning, kitchen safety, employee training and supervision, and any other tasks assigned by the F&B Director. The Executive Chef must provide a high level of oversight, culinary proficiency and operational/personnel support to ensure the smooth running all food outlets and events.
This is a key position for the effective and profitable operation of the business. The Executive Chef must maintain excellent attendance and be available to work a variable event-driven schedule which to evenings and weekends. Open availability, professional presentation, outstanding interpersonal skills and self-direction required.
Under direct supervision from the Setup/Housekeeping Supervisor, performs oversight of event set-up and tear down, custodial, housekeeping, and light maintenance tasks as assigned. Setup/Housekeeping Supervisor may receive instructions from the Setup/Housekeeping Manager, Director of Operations or Event Manager.
Under direct supervision from a Lead Housekeeping/Setup Worker, Housekeeping/Setup Workers perform event set-up and tear down, custodial, housekeeping and light maintenance tasks as assigned. In the absence of a Lead Housekeeping/Setup Worker, Housekeeping/Setup Workers may receive instruction from a Housekeeping/Setup Manager, Housekeeping/Setup Supervisors, Director of Operations, Event Manager or Manager on Duty.