Do you love organising events and activations?
Are you all about the details?
Do you love being creative?
Would you describe yourself as proactive and solutions focused?
These are just a few of the attributes we’re chasing for this exciting role as Events Project Manager for Nova 96.9.
Working closely with nearly every area of the business from programming, to CREATE and sales, our Promotions team do just that by delivering creative solutions and executing them with flawless implementation.
This role will see you managing Casanova activity by creating exciting experiences and events that are compelling to NOVA listeners and clients. This role will require you to think strategically, plan flawlessly, and communicate clearly to a range of stakeholders. You will be responsible for the end to end project management of client and station events and activities, along with the social media amplification of them.
You will be responsible for managing and motivating the Casanova street team for Nova 96.9 – who are our much loved, high-energy group of casual staff members employed to represent our brand and bring our events and activations to life.
As the ideal candidate, you have a minimum of 2+ years’ experience in the media/events industry – preferably radio – and have proven success in developing integrated solutions and implementing campaigns from idea development to delivery. You need to be detail oriented, confident, ambitious, courageous, imaginative and be able to think on your feet.
Relevant experience aside, your reputation for professionalism, work ethic and importantly, diplomacy and composure under pressure, is well known. Clients and colleagues want to work with you.
In turn, NOVA Entertainment provides you with a fun and exciting culture to work in, reward and recognition and career development opportunities. If this sounds like the right gig for you, then apply now! Applications close Friday 15th June 2018.
Here’s a list of the things we’re going to want to discuss with you at the next step should you fit the bill: