FOH & Events Assistant with Social Media Marketing and Content Creation experience on a junior level eager to progress to Senior level. I have assisted over 100 events and created social media content for over 10 high profile companies. I am interested in advancing my knowledge plus skills for any Events and Social Media Marketing Management positions.Locked Pro Plan feature
Working closely with Commercial Events Manager – setting up the museum's event rooms. Balancing administration and set up duties in the lead up to events. Supporting and liaising with clients on the day of the event. Coordinating with internal and external staff to managing deliveries and suppliers for events plus museum affairs. Partially responsible for management of Front of House – key responsibilities include opening up the museum and making sure everything runs smoothly all the way through to closing down. Experience in end of the day, week and month reports via MS Office systems.
Attending to various diverse demographics of clientele. Assisting the event operations team with events set up. Training in silver service, wine as well as cloakroom services.
Key Responsibilities: Attending to various customer ages and needs such as families with young children, elderly & disabled. I provide this service every day and on major events on Christmas, Valentine’s day, Mother’s Day and Easter. On these occasions I also help to promote special events and encourage customers to get involved with activities, one example involves a selfie corner where visitors could upload their photos to our social media platforms linking them with a hashtag. Additionally, I proofread labels for museum displays, administrative and data collection, updating & creating spreadsheets which keep a record of visitor numbers, demographics and gift aid. Café training as barista and waitress serving both hot and cold food and beverages.
Key Responsibilities: Assisting the leading events manager with a small team of student events management volunteers. I was solely selected to steward celebrities to their seats and hand out awards. Here I took initiative and applied my leadership skills to work under pressure and motivate my teammates. A bonus was being able to naturally socialise with various well-known personalities in the entertainment, events, PR music and club industries.
Working closely with the conference and events manager, assisting in answering customer enquiries, especially on her 2 days away each week. I co-ordinated and presented viewings of venue spaces, promoted the hotel to local business and handed out brochures I was hands-on with social media, testing out my marketing skills picked up from previous events. Creating internal and external advertising for the hotel: Redesigning the wedding, conference and meeting brochures and annual Christmas posters.
SUPA HACK by SUPA ACADEMY & THIS IS WIRED: Researching potential artists to showcase at these event days, brand sponsors and event coordinators. Working closely with social media and public relations teams to improve my marketing skills and create content. Exploring the new methods for brands, such as technological forums, to capture footfall and connect to their main target audience.
In charge of registering all team member including creative directors, designers, models, and volunteers. Main pre-show tasks; unpacking, steaming and organising 25 designer’s garments on allocated rails. Selected to volunteer again for the PFW 2015 main show, assisting 3 line managers, this year involved model dressing all day, using sewing and tucking skills from my textiles background. PFW is a fast paced environment and I was able to multitask time between handling garments and interacting with the models, catering to their individuals needs to make them feel comfortable in all the rush of the event. I was able to speak up boldly and suggesting ideas solve tasks.
Assisting manager in running the family business giving advice on flowers, products and taking care of customers enquiries. I took charge of organising miniature operation for the delivery man, booking orders, restocking of materials and goods and general cleanliness of the shop. My initial 2 weeks led to a regular weekend job, temporarily.
First Class Degree Classification. Modules include: Managing people in practice, Event design, Personal & Professional Development, Event industry, Events Planning, Wedding Planning, Sales and Marketing, Public Relations & Event Management, Management Accounting & Decision Making, Event impact analysis, Conference & Venue Management, Experiential Fundraising Events, Business Leadership & Professional Development, and Event Logistics.