Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union is currently seeking to hire an Event Coordinator. In this role, you will be responsible for contributing to the development and implementation of the marketing event plan for the Credit Union.  The selected candidate will perform a variety of creative and support duties related to the marketing events and presentations function within the Credit Union. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Coordinate special events and implementation as required for proper execution of each event (i.e., Annual Meeting, Teacher of the Year, Christmas Party, Picnic, Chamber events, school orientations)

Create and manage all outside Credit Union events and activities (seminars, financial literacy, reality fairs)

Identify upcoming opportunities, latest trends for events, and fresh approaches

Maintain the special events inventory and related supplies, as well as customized and personalized gift items

Maintain a calendar of BVSCU community events and coordinates BVSCU employee participation

Public speaking representative for events of all sizes (up to 200+) representing the Credit Union

Maintain and report volunteer hours

Develops and maintains relationships with key leaders within the business community and school districts  

Monitor community trends and recommend additions to and/or changes to the Community Events calendar

Attend school and community functions with MDRs as needed

Assist with the continued development of our financial literacy program, as needed (interactive presentations, home buying, reality fair etc.)

Coordinate youth club activities

Assist with report card cover/calendar deliveries as needed

Other duties as assigned

REQUIREMENTS:

Event planning or related public speaking experience is preferred

Possess a positive attitude, and problem-solving orientation, always exhibiting good judgement and discretion

Initiative to pursue goals and complete tasks

High level of diplomacy and the ability to remain composed in stressful situations

Ability to manage projects through to completion

Proficient with problem solving and critical thinking skills

Ability to work regular full-time hours, with flexibility in schedule for early mornings, evenings and some weekends

Ability to work on or off site at designated location

Ability to operate a motor vehicle for job related travel

Hold a valid Texas driver’s license

Ability to speak to groups of all sizes in a professional and precise manner

Ability to communicate with courtesy, tact, and diplomacy and model exemplary member service 

Proficient in Excel

Proficiency in Microsoft Office software applications

Must be bondable

CONTACT:

Qualified candidates may apply online by clicking here.