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Street Team in Salt Lake City, UT at Larry H. Miller Management Company/Automotive Division

Date Posted: 4/5/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

General Event Information

Race Dates

- August 12-18, 2019

- Team presentation ceremony -- August 10, 2019


Job Description and Requirements

Street Team Promotional Efforts (4 -- 6 members)

- Attend local festivals, fairs and celebrations to promote the TOU and encourage host city volunteer recruitment --(primarily weekends and evening hours)

* Travel may be required
* Accommodations, transportation and per diem provided

- Impact awareness/attendance by developing, supporting and executing grassroots marketing activities

- Executes marketing campaigns and plans events depending on expertise

- Works with appropriate TOU/Local Organizing Committee (LOC) staff to support campaigns targeted towards key audiences

- Works with TOU staff to determine appropriate customized programs and strategies for various key audiences

- Provides coordination and project management to ensure event success

- Experience in customer service or other people-oriented fields desired

- Strong communications skills and out-going personality

- Finish Cities --required to travel with TOU; assigned as available

* Distribute promotional items among spectators and throughout Expo
* Assists with Sprint to the Finish kids bike races


- Outreach to local bike shops, clubs, organizations

- City notifications -- post at local businesses, neighborhoods, etc.

- Assemble VIP gift bags & volunteer product

- Administrative duties as needed or required


- Assist with set-up, logistics and coordination which may include but not limited to:

* Decoration, signage, check-in

- Events include but not limited to:

* Salt Lake Marathon Bike Tour (April 13)
* Huntsman 140 (June 14)
* Cache Valley Gran Fondo (July 13)
* Tour de France Viewing Party (July TBD)
* Team Presentation and VIP Reception (August 10)

* Excellent organizational and project management skills
* Event planning and logistic experience beneficial
* Project an active and social lifestyle
* Maintain professional conduct at all events
* Strong work ethic, and open to new ideas
* Highly coachable team player
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills
* Social media experience beneficial
* Ability to work independently and within a team environment
* Database and Excel proficiency

Number of Hours (weekend and holidays hours required)

- April: 10-15 hours per week

- May: 10-15 hours per week

- June: 15-20 hours per week

- July: 20 -- 25 hours per week

- August: 40 hours (TBD - event week)

- August: 10-15 hours per week (TBD -- wrap up)

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled