Conference Producer – Legal – SW London – £22k
This is a brilliant opportunity for an experienced Conference Producer or Events Manager to join a highly successful in the Legal sector who are based in South West London.
The role will allow the successful candidate to produce, market and manage two large conferences / exhibitions that are focused around the legal sector. One of the main responsibilities will focus around researching the target market, along with producing sponsorship leaders for the event.
In their Mortlake office there are around 20 employees from David the Managing Director who himself is a former recruitment consultant to Sarah the Client Services Director who’s been in the business since day one. They’re office is located right next to the train station along with having onsite parking, a café and a free gym to use too.
- Client –
CV Screen is recruiting for a leading organisation who have a strong brand within the legal sector. The company employ around 20 staff, have a great reputation and offer excellent prospects for their staff to take on additional responsibility.
Required skills / experience:
- Degree Educated individual with vast experience in conference production
- Ability to produce in-depth research via telephone, in person and over the internet
- Excellent networking skills
- Ability to meet tight deadlines and have strong attention to detail
- Effective communications skills to build client relationships
Who will suit this role?
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced conference produce or event manager, ideally from a legal or law background
Basic salary to £22k
South West London
Please send your CV to Mark Chaumeton at in strict confidence, CV Screen is the Recruitment Agency managing this vacancy.
For a company in the legal and law sector
Based in South West London
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