Incumbents in the Event Setup Representative series assist with the logistical management of event spaces in multiple buildings including the Taggart Student Center, Eccles Conference Center, University Inn (5th Floor), David B. Haight Center, West Stadium Center, Spectrum, and other indoor and outdoor spaces for University and public events including the setup and striking of chairs, tables, stages and other event related equipment. In addition, incumbents in this series assist with cleaning and maintaining event spaces and other building areas to maximize a healthy, safe, pleasant, and functional environment. Incumbents work as a member of a team to complete tasks.
Reporting and Supervisory Responsibilities
The Event Setup Representative II reports to and receives direction from the Event Setup Supervisor who reports to the Director of the Taggart Student Center. The Event Setup Representative II may train and guide hourly employees.
Event Setup and Strike
Under the direction of the Supervisor:
Event Setup Planning
Other Specific Functions
One year of related experience or equivalent combination of education plus experience is required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Along with the online application, please attach:
1.Resume/CV to be uploaded in the Candidate Profile.
2.Cover Letter to be typed/pasted during the application.
**Document size may not exceed 10 MB.**
Work Environment and Physical Requirements
The environment for this classification varies and includes indoor and outdoor environments. Indoors, in an office, event space, or public space employees are protected from weather conditions, but not necessarily from temperature changes. Outdoors, employees are not protected from weather conditions and may be exposed to extreme heat and extreme cold. Additionally, indoor or outdoor work environment may include confined or narrow spaces. The employee may also be exposed to loud noises, vibrations from equipment, and conditions that may affect the respiratory system, such as fumes, odors, dusts, mists, gases, and poor ventilation.
The position requires considerable physical activity. Employees must have sufficient strength to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position including walking and/or standing for long periods of time, lifting, pushing and/or pulling of objects weighing up to 50 pounds. Employees must be able to work as a team in moving some objects. Employees must be prepared to assume uncomfortable positions such as squatting, kneeling, and crawling.
Employees must adhere to safety precautions and may be required to use protective equipment.
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