Provide general support for various events for the Calgary Flames, Calgary Stampeders, Calgary Hitmen & Calgary Roughnecks, such as; set up, registration, signage & décor, interactive stations, sponsors, vendors, tear down, etc. ?
Oversee Calgary Stampeders pregame Fan Zone and / or Gridiron Garden Tailgate Party, ensuring proper setup, execution and tear down. ?
Provide general event support for Calgary Flames, Calgary Stampeders, Calgary Hitmen & Calgary Roughnecks community activations and street team promotion within Calgary and its surrounding communities. ?
Assist the CSEC Game Presentation department with in-game promotions as required. ? Ensure the safe handling and tracking of event equipment. Other duties as assigned.
Working toward a Bachelor’s degree in marketing, physical education, event management or related fields. ?
Must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to maintain positive and supportive working relationships. ?
Must be willing and able to multi-task and work independently. ?
While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to stand, sit, walk, run, reach, kneel. ?
Nature of the position requires unlimited physical mobility and the ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds. ?
Must be available for all Calgary Stampeders home games, including preseason and playoffs, Calgary Flames Home Opener & New Year’s Eve events. All other events will be scheduled based on needs and availability. ?
ProServe license would be considered an asset. ?
An interest in working in professional sports, entertainment and special events.
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