NVE Experience Agency is a world-class experiential marketing and event production agency guided by the principle that the right moment will transform someone forever. We create distinct and data-driven experiences rooted in cultural context to convert consumer attention into action, sales, and absolute brand loyalty.

Summary of Position:

We are seeking a Freelance Senior Event Producer to supervise and coordinate all aspects of events from conception to execution. The primary responsibilities are developing ideas and concepts for an event, developing executable plans, overseeing operations, managing project timelines, directing staff, and coordinating technical and production teams. This person will also manage budgets to ensure financial profitability and bring value to our clients.

The ideal candidate is a blend of a creative and analytical thinker, capable of handling quantitative and technical duties while also using their eye for design to implement the visual aspects of an event. They possess the ability to juggle a variety of tasks and collaborate with multiple teams to successfully execute events. This is a management position that will supervise employees while also overseeing overall event operations.


  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • 5+ years of proven event production experience required
  • Strong project management skills with proven ability to lead teams
  • 2-3 years of management or supervisory experience
  • Client focus with attention to detail, flexibility and accountability for results
  • Leadership and coaching skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Extraordinary organizational skills, self-motivation and intuition
  • Thrive in a fast paced, agency environment
  • Excellent computer skills Microsoft and Apple applications, team project software, social media sites
  • Thorough understanding of permitting standards (Including but not limited to TPA, Special Event, Fire, Health & Safety, Building & Safety, Noise, etc.) and ability to successfully manage production timelines and needs as related to permit procurement
  • Ability to effectively manage tasks across multiple projects/various clients at the same time

Extra Credit:

  • Bilingual abilities preferably Spanish
  • Experience with event niche (sports, music, theater)
  • CAD


  • Must be able to remain in a stationary position 50% or more of the time
  • Must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions


  • We are a hybrid company with hub locations in Los Angeles and New York. The ideal candidate is located in Los Angeles, however, we will consider remote candidates for this role. 

Salary Estimation:

NVE intends to provide a competitive total compensation package which includes a variety of incentives, benefits, growth and developmental opportunities. There are many factors to the presented salary range, including but not limited to - location, departmental budgets, certifications, and overall job-related qualifications. 

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