Entry-Level Events and Communications Specialist

Want to get your foot in the door of the Events industry?

Can you see yourself in the long term, cultivating connections, relationship building, envisioning a long-lasting career with a respected Tech Events organisation? Look no further - your opportunity has arrived!

Position: Entry-Level Events and Communications Specialist
Hybrid working model: 2 x office days, 3 x working from home

Total Package: £25,000 per annum (£22,000 p.a. £3,000 bonus)

Join the buzzing team of an Events company looking to invest in your long-term success, nurturing your career in the industry.

Grow quickly. With an unlimited trajectory, this entry to a life-long career can take the next step you make to any department within the organisation within a year.

Learn from professionals who are the best in the industry; creating remarkable events and promoting communication strategies.

This company doesn't hire - they empower. You'll receive comprehensive training, mentorship, and constant learning to excel in your role.

? Event Coordination: Contribute to the smooth-running of renowned events and roadshows.

? Content Craftsmanship: Collaborate with communication wizards to create compelling content for various platforms.

? Client Connection: Cultivate relationships with national and international sponsors and clients.

? Learning and Beyond: Engage in continuous training and skill development, paving the way for your career ascent within the tech events sector.

* A Bachelor's degree or relevant hands-on experience.
* A keen eye for detail
* A desire to join the team and contribute to industry-renowned events

Apply today. Questions or queries? Send them to n.moore@eurolondon.com



Nik Moore

Languages: Spanish, Portuguese
About me: I joined Euro London off the back of talking to consultants as a candidate when I completed my Master’s in Translation Studies. I am grateful to have had the opportunities to live in both Portugal and (slightly more impressively) Cuba, where I was based in Havana but used my weekends and holidays to travel the length and breadth of the country. Passionate about language learning, reading, translation (and therefore especially literary translation), and I am always open to book recommendations. 
My fun fact is usually that I was detained for a day in the village of Caimanera, on the Cuban side but as close as you can get to the infamous US Guantanamo Bay base, as I had travelled there without a permit!