The Entertainment Coordinator is responsible for the execution, operation and protection of conceptual and existing company-wide entertainment programs thereby protecting the brand image and standards.
The Entertainment Coordinator reports to the Operations/ F&B Manager
$1· Basic “O” level education
$1· 4 (Four) years of experience in hospitality industry in equivalent capacity
$1· Basic knowledge of various instruments as well as familiar with a variety of audio equipment (Karaoke Audio Systems and Mixing Boards, etc.)
$1· AGE; 28 -40 years
$1· Special skills in performing arts field or experience in live performance
$1· Strong planning and organizational skills.
$1· Proven presentation and facilitation skills.
$1· Requires effective oral and written communication skills.
$1· Strong interpersonal, coordinatorial and leadership skills required in order to coach and lead.
$1· Foreign language will be an added advantage.
$1 1. Drives, instills and protects the company brand throughout all entertainment mediums and venues.
$1 2. Responsible for the Audio/Visual venue presentation of all Entertainment programs and activities.
$1 3. Oversees the development, negotiation (in liaison with Food and Beverage Manager/General Manager) and implementation of entertainment programs, focusing on quality product and image enhancement, ensuring that all elements of the company brand messaging are featured.
$1 4. Maintains and enhances the creative and artistic quality of existing shows and consumer events.
$1 5. Collaborates with other departments i.e. Food & Beverage, Sales and Marketing to ensure effective communication and execution of shows/events.
$1 6. Train and work with the entertainment associates to maximize their talents and performance.
$1 7. Prepares weekly entertainment schedule/programme in compliance with budget guidelines.
$1 8. Oversee the maintenance needs and cleanliness of performance venues.
$1 9. Ensures proper recordkeeping and maintenance of all department documents and equipments.
$1 10. Manages and monitors policies and procedures for the entertainment department.
$1 11. Manages and monitors the performance of independent contractors and staff in order to uphold company/entertainment standards.
$1 12. Attends and participates in meetings as needed and or required.
$1 13. Attends and participates in professional group meetings, stays abreast of new trends and innovation in the field of Entertainment and promotions.
$1 14. Performs other duties as assigned.
$1 15. Work is not performed in an office environment and requires evenings, weekend hours and holiday hours. Extended periods of standing and walking are required.
$1 16. Participates in the recruitment, hiring, development, performance and evaluation of the internal events teams.
$1 17. Develop and conduct event stage management program to include comprehension of rehearsal and operational processes, training, schedules, production books, and start-up meetings. Coach and develop event stage
Supervises Consumer Event Operations cast & crew on the job safety program
Application Deadline: 23rd September 2016
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