freelance event producers

Location: UK or USA
Department: events
Job Type: Flexible

In 1999 a high-level concierge service was founded in a basement apartment in Notting Hill. In the decades since, the business has evolved into an international full-service agency that has earned itself a globally recognised track record of delivering some of the most impactful and innovative experiences around for clients such as LinkedIn, Gong and VeeFriends. We have great ambitions and are proud of everything we’ve built since our basement apartment days, but we’re still growing, and for our next phase, we need you!

what you’ll be doing

We’re going through an exciting period of growth, helping clients across the world bring their stories to life through the power of events, and we’re looking for someone brilliant to help us to do that. So, if you’re a freelance event or tech producer, we need you!

Each project will vary depending on the role that is required, however, you will need a background in either production or event logistics and will need to have the confidence to take ownership of your part of the project and run with it. You will work independently on your section of the event, however, you will always have support whenever and wherever needed! Your direct report will be to the internal emc3 Account Manager and/or Senior Producer on the project and there will be weekly check-in calls.

Common roles we’ll be looking for assistance with include:

virtual platform production

We’ll need you to help collate the assets that are needed for virtual platforms and help with the running of the platform on the day. This will include the help desk, checking that streaming is working and that videos are playing correctly on the front end.

virtual event builder and facilitator

This role will include liaising with platform support staff and helping to build the platform, ensuring that the client’s wants and needs for virtual events are included. You will also be responsible for overseeing and facilitating the running of the virtual platform on the day.

live event producer

Focussing on specific event logistical areas of the project, you’ll need to ensure that all deadlines are met and that the attendee touch points of the event experience are delivered successfully.

what you’ll need

a passport

We work on some incredible events around the world, and as such, there’s often an element of travel involved in our projects. Because of this, you’ll need a passport that’s always kept in date!

great communication skills

We’re looking for someone who is great at communicating and building relationships (both inside and outside of the business) and is never afraid to speak up and tell people what they need.

high levels of organisational skills

We take pride in all that we do and always spend time getting to know the details involved in our projects. In this role, you’ll be in charge of working independently on your section of the event and as a result, you’ll need to have high levels of organisation to ensure each project is managed correctly.

an eagerness to learn

We look for those who are willing to get involved, take risks if they spot a great opportunity, and help us get to where we want to be. Because of this, we need somebody that’s happy to ask for help if they’re not sure of something, and is ready to get stuck into the role and make it their own.

technological skills

Due to the nature of our industry, we predominantly work remotely, to create our virtual, live and hybrid events. Because of this, we use a lot of different software (that we’ll teach you how to use!) both internally and on our projects, so you’ll need the ability to navigate different technologies. 

what you’ll get

The chance to be part of a fast-growing, award-winning global events agency that encourages their team to have autonomy over their role, enabling you to bring new ideas to the table, develop your role into exactly what you want it to be and receive support whilst doing it.

In addition to that, in return for everything you bring, we will provide the following:

opportunities to travel

With events happening in incredible locations across the globe, there are plenty of opportunities to travel. Previous locations include New York, Miami, San Francisco, Mexico City, São Paulo, Singapore, Dubai, Ibiza, Barcelona, Paris, Hvar and more!

company culture

A great company culture provides more than just lip service—and we make sure we’re always doing that by regularly investing in it. Not just offering you consistent work and a warm welcome, but creating opportunities for you to build a fulfilling career. We do this by investing in your development, whether personal or professional, providing accessible leadership, and hosting numerous team socials.

flexible hours

Due to the nature of the events industry and our projects, we understand the importance of a harmonious work/life balance and as a result, we offer a flexible approach to working hours. As a freelancer, there will be set meetings that you’ll need to attend for your projects each week, but outside of this you’ll be able to fulfil your contracted hours to a schedule that suits you—we just ask that you make your team aware so they know when you’re working, or out of office.

an emphasis on sustainability

We care about the impact events and our business have on the environment and have a sustainability team to ensure we follow best practices to make our events as environmentally friendly as possible.

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