We’re looking for a seasoned event professional to manage experience operations across North America. This role is meant for someone who loves creatively solving problems; building structure and standardizing processes; and mentoring and managing a team. 

We are gearing up to produce 50 experiences in 2021 and anticipate tripling that volume next year. We need someone who is hungry to help us scale our operations team and deliver next-level experiences. 

Your experience working across destinations, managing a packed calendar of programs, working with a multitude of vendors and understanding the intricacies of high level production and logistics will be vital in solidifying Pollen as the go-to platform for delivering experiences like no others. 

In the first 12 months you will:

  • Lead our event operations in North America. You’ll refine and oversee executional plans, playbooks, schedules, protocols and checklists for our Curated Travel Experiences with artists and promoter brands of 1,500-5,000 throughout cities in North America. You’ll be responsible for delivering a best-in-class experience for thousands of travellers measured by vendor satisfaction and customer satisfaction/NPS. 
  • Lead and own the execution of in-destination experiences for travellers ensuring that there is a high level of coordination and communication between staff and that we nail key areas of the traveler experience: check-in, orientation, event production, customer satisfaction, the fulfilment of add-ons and ambassador/VIP reward programs. 
  • Hire, train and manage event managers who will oversee program specific operations. 
  • Oversee hiring, training and management of independent contractors for curated experiences in destination. Lead briefings with staff and in destination vendors, setting them up for success and building relationships with them to ensure they are satisfied and carrying out their job successfully. Measured by Staff and Vendor Satisfaction.  
  • Develop and lead on detailed budgets and costings, while overseeing the ordering and on-time delivery of all inventory and materials needed for each destination such as staff uniforms, badges, lanyards, banners, signage, printed materials, clipboards, etc. 
  • Build amazing cross functional relationships with CRM, Growth, Sales, Program Ops, and Customer Support. 
  • Execute brand partnership programs and activations in conjunction with Event and Travel Experiences.  
  • Create and oversee post-event reporting process to share insights, learnings, and recommendations related to the traveler, vendor and staff experience to the global Experience Operations team.  
  • Build direct relationships with vendors, partners, and venues, and work with previous vendors to come up with additional program value additions. 

About our culture

About Pollen

Pollen is on a mission to have all the best experiences in one place. With Pollen+ you can pick from a highly curated selection of world class festivals and events such as Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits and Wireless festival. With Pollen Presents you can discover experiences only available through us, where we bring every major category of entertainment including music, sport and lifestyle to the most exciting destinations in the world such as Las Vegas, Ibiza and Los Cabos.

We are growing fast and have made over $400 million in experiences sold at more than fifty of the best destinations globally. We have offices throughout North America and Europe, and have raised more than $100 million in venture funding from Northzone, Draper, Kindred, Backed and Sienna Capital.

www.pollen.co


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