Requisition # 2018-9139 Department PPPL Communictn & Public Outrc Category Administrative Support Full-Time / Part-Time Full-Time
Manage the successful execution of planning events, coordinating high-profile visits, and supporting other similar activities, as assigned, that add strategic value and support the mission of the Laboratory.
This newly created role will be accountable to the Laboratory Director and Deputy Laboratory Directors for ensuring quality, seamless and and effective visits and events, and report to the Head of Communications and Public Outreach for management of resources.
Responsible for coordinating, supporting and overseeing lab-level events, as directed, on behalf of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory to ensure that the purpose of the event is achieved, and the execution of the event is efficient and seamless. Events include, but are not limited to: conferences; high-profile visitors from the Department of Energy (DOE), government, industry, academia (not K-12 Education), and the local community; high-profile laboratory meetings; diversity, inclusion, and equity events; and morale-related activities.
Meeting with host(s) to understand the purpose of the event or visit
Planning the scope of the event, including time, location, and cost
Leading all logistics on coordinating an event or conference, including identifying venue location, and coordinating event services, such as room blocks, transportation, and food service
Integrating and communicating with all parties (speakers, hosts, security, catering, facilities, hotels, photography/video, etc.) involved in executing the event plan
Preparing agendas and other event materials, as necessary
Ensuring proper brand representation and exemplary customer satisfaction for visits and conferences
Executing all events and visits with utmost consideration for safety and security
Driving strategy for tiered support for visits of varying levels of strategic importance
Documenting processes for repeatability, identifying and assembling opportunities for continuous improvement
Coordinating follow-on actions to further engagement with visitors
Ensuring compliance with all required policies, procedures and applicable regulations
Working closely with the host to support the needs of bringing on an invited visitor(s)
Ensuring execution of a visitor agreement, if necessary
Serving as a liaison to Princeton University to support any Visa-related needs for foreign visitors
Obtaining approval and advising appropriate parties of foreign-visitors
Notifying and coordinating with the Emergency Services Unit to prepare for Laboratory visitors
Other Special Projects, as assigned, including but not limited to:
Serving as backup to enter information into the Foreign Travel Management System (FTMS)
Coordinating morale activities and diversity and inclusion events
Partnering with Princeton University, as necessary, to leverage support and synergies from Subject Matter Experts
Working with the Communications and Public Outreach Department on other high-profile events
Bachelor's Degree in related field or equivalent experience required.
Minimum of 5 years relevant experience with progressively increasing responsibilities.
Minimum of 5 years experience of successfully executing high profile events with VIP audiences.
Extensive knowledge of applicable policies, procedures and regulations with respect to sponsoring conferences and/or events.
Strong leadership, initiative and proven competencies in delivering presentations, verbal and written communication; results-oriented, self-motivated and ability to link tasks to future outcomes; strong analytical, decision-making, problem-solving; and outstanding organizational, prioritization, and multitasking skills, working in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment.
High ethical standards representative of Princeton University's commitment to excellence.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Highly organized with strong attention to detail
Strong people management, working through both influence and control
Customer service mindset, putting interests of the visitors/audience at the center of the planning
Executive presence, able to interact with senior leadership at the Laboratory, high level government and elected officials, and C-level executives from industry
Meticulous budget management and steward of Laboratory resources
Deadline driven, highly responsive without creating an atmosphere of stress or anxiety
Flexible and adaptable with highly fluid situations and strong personalities
Experience dealing with a culturally diverse population and understanding cultural differences inside the Laboratory as well as with our users and visitors
Ability to setup a web page to describe the event, post papers, and register participants.
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Eligible for Overtime
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