LIVESTRONG Production Coordinator o Develops, plans and implements local logistics, including: o working with Route/Site Manager on development and permitting of event routes; selection, development and securing of major event sites; o procurement and permitting of rest stops and grab-and-go stops; o solicitation and securing of jurisdictional support; o all other non-infrastructure-related components. o Develops and drafts complete plans to satisfy the route and site parameters, including vehicle traffic and parking, and delivery and placement of supplies, structures and assets; o Communicates, works with and supports local team in event city. o Works with Recruitment Coordinator to coordinate the execution of volunteer efforts and event specifics. o Work with Visio and other technology as adopted by the team; o Outlines and orders the needed food, services, heavy equipment, vehicles, communication equipment, and expendables, specifically by; o Working with Route/Site Manager and Purchasing to order items, supplies, vehicles, and equipment not used nationally; o Working with Purchasing to interface with needed vendors; and o Developing the on-event deployment plan of said items. o Establishes relationships with local authorities and emergency personnel and educate them event plan and emergency response; o Will travel to other LIVESTRONG event cities to assist with event execution. o Performs other duties as assigned by Event Planning and Execution Manager. o Takes direction from Route/Site Manager. o Reports to Event Planning and Execution Manager.
Qualifications: o Must have impeccable attention to detail. o Must be able to adapt and overcome when faced with adversity. o Must have previous event planning/production experience.
Event Cities include Austin, TX, Denver, CO, New England (Hartford, CT), Portland, OR, and Southern California (Orange County). Event travel is required. Position is home-office based within 50 miles of the event city.
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Let's see...brush up on Mac skills and move to Bay Area to work for Rivendell? Probably have to live in my car since a starter 2 br home costs 750K. Or plan charity bike rides and have everybody hate me, police, riders, local politicians...