Curated and produced by CoinDesk, Consensus is the most influential crypto & blockchain experience of the year. Since 2015, Consensus is the only festival showcasing and celebrating all sides of the blockchain, crypto, and Web 3 ecosystems, and their wide-reaching effect on commerce, culture, and communities.
This year, Consensus will be held in Austin, Texas from May 29-31, 2024, bringing tens of thousands of attendees together to hear from sought-after thought leaders and experience a wide range of discussions, meetings, parties, music performances, dinners, experiences, and much more.
About the Role
This is a 6 month contract position with an estimated start date in January 2024 and will terminate in June 2024. Note that we are only considering applicants who currently reside in the United States for this position.
The Events Programming Coordinator will support the events programming team for Consensus 2024 by maintaining the speaker database, managing speaker onboarding and relations, ensuring the marketing and events teams have all needed programming assets, updating speakers and agendas on the website and helping the team adhere to programming timelines.
Maintain the Consensus 2024 speaker database
Manage speaker onboarding
Coordinate pre-event logistics and prep calls for speakers
Monitor and update speaker and agenda postings on the website
Assist in content development through original research and relationship development
Ensure the marketing and events teams have all needed programming assets
Meet, greet and manage speakers on site as needed
Highly collaborative, superb organizational skills, effective communicator and tech savvy
2+ years experience in content creation and/or event programming
Ability to multitask and creatively problem solve under deadline and in a live-event environment
Strong interest or previous work experience in the crypto/blockchain industry is plus!
Comfortable with multiple technology and data management systems: event platforms, Airtable, Bizzabo, Excel etc
Comfortable with the demands of a start-up culture with limited resources
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