Events Coordinator

 

Are you ready to tell the greatest mobility story of our generation? HyperloopTT is looking to onboard a remote or Los Angeles-based Events Coordinator contributor. The future is now boarding, join us.

The HyperloopTT Marketing team creates and distributes the company’s vision for the future of mobility. Collaborating with and across all departments, we define and lead the brand experience, develop and implement global strategies, design and develop innovative digital solutions, and ensure consistent messaging across all channels, teams and regions. 

As a HyperloopTT Events Coordinator, you will collaborate with the marketing team to develop and execute a comprehensive strategy to identify and secure event participation opportunities for company executives. You will coordinate attendance, presentation materials and speaking fees for events worldwide.

HyperloopTT created the world’s first crowd-collaboration model connecting experts from around the world to build the first commercial hyperloop systems. This is a remote position with 10+ hours a week in exchange for stock options.

 

Responsibilities

  • Develop a comprehensive strategy to identify events focusing on key technology, transportation, sustainability and innovation topics
  • Contact event planners to secure HyperloopTT participation
  • Coordinate the creation of event presentation materials addressing specific event topics
  • Collaborate with executive staff to identify schedule restrictions and secure travel to event locations
  • Develop a critical understanding of HyperloopTT’s technology and operations to pitch company executives to event planners

Preferred Qualifications

  • 3+ years of experience planning and coordinating event attendance
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications, including excel, word and powerpoint, to handle all internal and external event documentation requirements
  • Experience scheduling across multiple time zones
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal and administrative skills
  • Clear concise written and verbal communications

Who You Are

  • Passionate about the hyperloop and other new innovations
  • A proactive self-starter able to add value to our unique organizational structure
  • Independent thinker, problem solver and learner that can effectively collaborate in teams
  • Adaptable, quality-driven and results-oriented
  • Respond to feedback and suggestions in a positive manner

Why Us

HyperloopTT is a collective of mobility innovators catalyzing the first breakthrough transportation in a century. From the beginning, we have united experts across the globe to realize the hyperloop and create a frictionless travel experience. We are passionate about the journey, looking to obstacles as opportunities and doubters as inspiration. We are far from dreamers; we are doers. We move forward every day. Come join us. 



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