- Write letters and send them to appropriate bodies, and receive incoming mails
- Create specific strategies for easier and effective execution of projects
- Maintain contacts with potential stakeholders who may be interested in investing in projects
- Supervise tasks assigned to project workers as instructed by the director
- Supervise project workers and ensure that they stick to project specification and guidelines
- Keep records of all information related to project for documentation, clarification and presentation to management
- Draft project proposal ideas and present them to the director with convincing proof for approval
- Intermediate between the director and other workers to prevent agitations that may hinder the smooth flow of project execution
- Draft project budget on a monthly basis and ensure that it meets all necessary protocols
- Excellent skills with Microsoft Word Office, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook etc.
- Ability to pay attention to detail
- Good communication skills
- Ability to solve problems
- Ability to manage time effectively
Job Description -
Skill Set Requirements -
- Event Management
- Event Operations
- Event planning and execution.
- To organize BTL events end to end Strong network with fabricators,
- Sound & Light and manpower vendors
Should have strong network with corporate and tech parks facility managers and HR Coordinate with production team and vendors for execution of events such as Product Launches, Trade shows, Conferences, Business meetings, Employee appreciation events, Exhibitions, Fashion Shows etc
Job Description -
Wedding planners are responsible for organizing, coordinating and helping couples deliver successful wedding events. Unlike a general event planner, wedding planners routinely focus their professional efforts on nuptial celebrations. Wedding planners work closely alongside couples and their clients chosen vendors to deliver breathtaking and memorable special event celebrations.
The job outlook remains strong for well-qualified wedding planners. Depending on client demand, and the planner’s desired schedule, work can be arranged on a part- or full-time basis. While there are no set educational requirements to enter the industry, many planners enroll in certification classes to gain credentials, knowledge and ultimately experience. With a thriving wedding industry, and a hectic schedule plaguing many couples-to-be, wedding planners have become an indispensable industry staple. The demand for wedding planners remains high making it an attractive career path for interested candidates.
Training & Education Requirements -
The wedding planning profession has no fixed educational requirements. As such, successful planners typically build their career on experience, referrals and recommendations. A top notch wedding planner will be detail oriented, a skilled negotiator and communicator and possess strong business knowledge. A college degree in related areas of business or hospitality can give a prospective wedding planner a strong start in the field. With the growing popularity of the field, many community colleges and institutes of higher education are now offering certificate programs. As wedding planners are commonly self-employed, classes in owning and operating a business would be important.
More important than an educational background in wedding planning is true on the job training and experience. Apprenticing or interning under a skilled planner is an excellent way for wedding planners to receive the necessary skills to continue in the field. Additionally, attending trade conventions and networking is important for idea exchange and offering clients unique and memorable, cutting edge events.
Job Responsibilities -
A wedding planner is a valuable asset in the planning and execution phases of their couples special events. Wedding planners may work alone or with the help of an assistant or staff. Job responsibilities vary by client and contracted assignment.
Wedding planners are responsible for a myriad of tasks including interviewing and hiring vendors, selecting and ordering materials, negotiating rates, coordinating the sequence of events, following up with guests and vendors and producing full-scale events. Clients typically retain wedding planners on either a full-time basis or a day-of coordinator services basis. A skilled wedding planner will help guide their clients through the planning process, lend experience and knowledge and work tirelessly on behalf of their customers; whereas a day-of-coordinator typically handles the logistics on the wedding day, and may attend the rehearsal or a planning session.
The role of a wedding planner varies by individual, location and clientele. As most wedding planners are self-employed, they are able to develop, grow and offer services unique to their company. Event planning firms are available and do hire qualified candidates. Employees should expect to work under an experienced planner while honing their own skills in the wedding planning field. Event professionals should expect a heavy work schedule that routinely involves long hours, late nights, weekends and holidays especially during the summer months of wedding season.