Who We Are:  

Omaze is a venture-backed startup with a mission of transforming lives through the power of storytelling and technology. Our for-profit platform offers people everywhere the chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Since our founding in 2012 in Los Angeles, California; Omaze has raised more than $100 million for over 350 charity partners. We’re growing our team of smart, dedicated, passionate people, and that’s where you come in! 

 

Who We’re Seeking:

The Events team at Omaze is responsible for all components of winner confirmation and prize fulfillment. As Omaze increases the number of winners, we are expanding the Events team to include a new member. The Events Coordinator will play a key role in supporting the growing Events team to execute and fulfill once-in-a-lifetime experiences and prizes for our winners.

 

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Fulfill domestic and international winner experiences, including winner outreach, conducting video calls, booking flights & accommodations, creating itineraries, resolving experience-related challenges, and acting as key point of contact for winner needs
  • Manage relationships with talent, studios, publicists, agents, non-profit partners, brands, and outside vendors to retain partnerships and ensure future experience opportunities 
  • Support post-experience documentation and communication with winners and internal stakeholders to ensure winner content is evangelized
  • Conduct pre-campaign research for prizes and experiences, including logistics, travel expenses, and physical inventory delivery
  • Support day-to-day functionality by assisting Events team members with Business Development, Partnerships, Product, Marketing, Finance, and Legal communications
  • Be available for off-site events as needed (travel may be required) 

 

Our ideal candidate: 

  • You have 2-4 years of event planning, production and/or public relations experience (experience within the entertainment industry strongly preferred)
  • You are exceptionally organized
  • You are an energetic, poised, and articulate verbal communicator
  • You write impeccable emails that are clear, concise, and free of spelling errors
  • You can exercise good judgment and emotional intelligence in order to provide white-glove customer service to winners
  • You can quickly plan travel across multiple time zones and can strategize when time-sensitive plans change
  • You remain calm and upbeat when problem-solving
  • You are comfortable responding after hours for timely and urgent matters
  • You are proficient in G-Suite and Keynote, and are adept at learning new processes, technology, and can quickly become familiar with Omaze’s other existing systems
  • You are enthusiastic about entertainment and passionate about fundraising
  • You take your work seriously but not yourself

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