Training and Event Coordinator

Are you a professional, adaptable, and energetic individual with a passion for event management?

A highly regarded and well-established organiser of professional training and events is looking for an organised events coordinator with a passion for user experience, customer service and attention to detail.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Working as part of a team, contributing to the smooth operation and organisation of training courses, which could include both on-site and external venues
  • Coordinating our flagship training programmes, leading all communication and administration, being the main point of contact for delegates, and tutors, and supporting them with their requirements
  • Booking rooms and venues, ordering catering, arranging room set up and creating event documents and training materials
  • Developing and redeveloping training events and programmes
  • Collating feedback for reporting
  • Providing excellent on the day support and customer service: meet and greet delegates and tutors
  • Working with other team members on the day to ensure customer service is of an excellent quality
  • Completing post-course administration 

Personal Specification

  • A successful track record of delivering targets within agreed timeframes and budgets
  • Be a confident communicator, and comfortable operating at all levels
  • Exemplary written communication skills
  • Organisational and time management skills – Ability to work to strict deadlines
  • Excellent interpersonal skills

Salary & Benefits

  • £18,000 – £19,500 per annum
  • Company pension and healthcare
  • 24 days holiday per year exclusive of bank holidays

The role is hands-on and requires a flexible approach, which will include working outside of office hours at least once a week due to delivery taking place until 7.30 pm.

Those interested in applying for this role should send a CV and covering letter (no more than 300 words) detailing how they meet the person specification to careers-spd@salford.ac.uk