As a WNA Event Coordinator you manage and run the registration desk at our events. This is one of the most significant and important roles within our organisation and professionalism, efficiency and the desire to see women excel in their career and business aspirations are 'must have attributes' for those applying for the role.
The registration desk at our networking events is the first point of contact so it's imperative that our Event Coordinators are passionate about encouraging and supporting women in business and all that Women’s Network Australia encompasses.
In this role you will be working along side the WNA Ambassador, welcoming, meeting, greeting and registering each attendee.
Interests? Read through what is involved and the commitment you will be required to make:
To undertake this role you need to be friendly and confident, especially when meeting people for the first time.
It is imperative that you have personally displayed interest by having previously attended one of ournetworking events, so that you have an understanding of how our events are run.
You need to be in the position to commit to the scheduled dates of the WNA events being held in the region you are applying for.
Your attendance at each of the scheduled events is required for 1.5 hours prior and 1 hour after the events close.
You need to have a strong interest and desire to support other women in reaching their business and career goals.
Professional dress standards are expected when acting in your role as a WNA Event Coordinator.
WNA Event Coordinators attend the events at no charge and are encouraged to display their business cards and promotional leaflets on the registration desk. They also receive an additional renumeration package following each of the events where they perform their duties in the role.
If you are interested in discussing the role further please contact Janelle Bostock on T: 1800 052 476 or send us an email.
You will be joining a team of inspired women who engage with the business community by hosting WNA networking events in their region.