The Senior Manager, Event Management is an event specialist and local market expert. You will oversee the pre to post event responsibilities, from planning and preparation to execution and reporting. Event elements will often include staffing, product sampling, consumer engagement, asset transportation, POS coordination, and production. This role will report into the Regional Director.
The Senior Manager, Event Management is a role that requires close collaboration with cross business counterpoints and serves as client contact. We ask that you have prior sampling event and production experience.
Supervisory responsibilities over direct reports- Ongoing recruitment, hiring, training, and onboarding, and performance and financial management of part time and (if applicable) full time employees
Follow standard operating procedures, policies, and protocols for issue resolution
Manage local warehousing with POS and special event assets. Ensuring assets are available/ operable for activations
Socialize success and opportunities via program recaps, utilizing data and insights for real-time measurement & evaluation, event strategies and project plans/ volume phasing
Manage cross agency and in-market communications. Serving as a local contact for Clients and key partners
Approve and submits payroll and expenses for PTE and FTE employees (where applicable)
Process payments for invoices from vendor partners
Preparing, managing, and adhering to local market budgets
Manage activation schedule, event deliverables, run of show, and staffing/ asset needs:
Staff specialists/ Brand Ambassadors for sampling and special events through company staffing application
Coordinate transportation and kit logistics of large event assets.
Manage and/or staff on site production of local elevated/ experiential activations; utilizing a creative eye to bring Brands to life
Audit events to ensure executional excellence and compliance with state sampling laws and local regulations
This job may require on call and/or working some nights and weekends when event activations are being executed.
This job requires travel within the assigned territories (cadence varies upon size of territory)
6+ years of experience in event management
Budget management skills
Knowledge of wine and spirits industry
Effectively source candidates to ensure a match to the position/organization
Proficient in Excel (can maintain complex spreadsheets), Keynote, PowerPoint
Joining Dentsu Creative, you will be part of a creative network, delivering ideas that are brought alive in new ways. Along the way, you will team up with inspiring people across the world and become part of a truly inclusive culture where everyone is given the opportunity to thrive and create the best work of their careers; always learning and always listening to shape ideas, create culture and change behavior. By bringing together the capabilities, experience and relationships of our collective experts, the opportunities for personal growth and development are endless.
We are united by four signature strengths:
Boundless Creativity – Kitsune Fox: In Japanese culture – the Kitsune Fox sees the future. We run towards the future, forever asking: what’s next? Our imagination has no limit. Our clients seek us out because we believe there is no problem we cannot solve with the power of modern creativity.
Intelligent Scale - Ryujin Dragon: The Ryujin Dragon controls the ocean and the tides. We flow the right talent around the right brief in the right moment, wherever it sits in the world. We scale our unique ideas with precision, using intelligent technology to make personal connections with millions around the world.
Obsessive Craft - Orizuru Crane: The Orizuru Crane carries the soul up to paradise. It inspires the most classic and iconic Japanese origami. We elevate the soul of our work with an obsessive focus on craft, nurturing the next-gen craft skills needed to soar in a modern world.
Radical Collaboration - Kohaku Koi: The Koi swim upstream against the tide, united as one. We chart new territory through the power of radical collaboration. We seamlessly connect Creativity, Media and CXM to imagine new solutions at the intersection of craft, data, culture, and innovation.
We believe our work can only resonate in the modern world if the people behind it reflect the modern work. We can only be truly relevant when we create a truly inclusive culture where everyone can thrive. That means – we are tough on the work but gentle with each other. We lead with empathy and are always listening and always learning. We support each other, we cheer for each other, we win together. We celebrate difference as the only way to make the work that makes a difference.
Employees from diverse or underrepresented backgrounds encouraged to apply.
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