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Events Administrator

Come join Alfred Music as our Events Administrator! We're excited to bring on a new team member to perform a variety of administrative duties for conventions, including all music educator conferences, workshops, reading sessions, and industry trade shows. The Administrator assists event leads with event logistics including but not limited to supply boxes, freight scheduling, expense reports, booth signage, etc. Are you a musician with entry level administrative or events experience? Do you love both events and music?! If so, this is the perfect job for you! 

What You'll Be Doing as Events Administrator:

  • Providing administrative support for all US Alfred Music sponsored events including, event supply shipments, show decorator orders, order processing, freight tracking, etc.
  • Coordinating company event supplies, supply room, and marketing event technology
  • Coordinating event accounting including clinician expense reports, event invoices, convention cash, etc.
  • Coordinating event signage including quality control, trimming, laminating, and packing of event signage
  • Creating and maintaining event campaigns and clinician databases in SalesForce
  • Creating and running events reporting to assist in high level Marketing reporting needs

To Be Successful In This Position, You Possess: 

  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite: Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel; Google Drive Applications: Docs, Sheets, Slides
  • Exceptional organizational, process, project & event management, analytical and research-related skills
  • Detailed-oriented mindset
  • Ability to proactively prioritize, manage and complete multiple projects simultaneously within time constraints
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Music business degree or equivalent work experience
  • Ability to lift and move boxes weighing 50 lbs+
  • Ability to work extended hours and travel as necessary

Desired Qualifications:

  • Musician and/or knowledge of the fundamentals of music
  • Proven track record in event production
  • Strong teamwork and interpersonal skills
  • Experience with travel booking and coordination of itineraries
  • Experience with SalesForce, Concur, AS400, and Adobe PDF/Adobe

Benefits and Perks Include:

  • Company subsidized medical, dental and vision insurance for employees and their dependents
  • $600/year fitness reimbursement to purchase any items related to healthy living
  • 3 weeks of PTO for all new hires...increases in PTO at various years of service
  • 4 week paid sabbatical for all employees after 7 years of employment
  • 401(k) 5% match
  • Flexible work schedule in a culture of trust
  • Yoga Onsite

About Us

Alfred Music’s passion is supporting music education with a focus on publishing quality methods, performance, and reference materials for teachers, students, and professionals, spanning every musical instrument, style, and difficulty level. Since 1922, Alfred Music has been a world leader in music education and has helped over 10 million individuals learn, teach, and play music through our pedagogically sound products. We currently have over 150,000 active titles and represent a wide range of well-known publications—from methods like Alfred’s Basic Guitar, Alfred’s Basic Piano Library, Premier Piano Course, Sound Innovations, and Suzuki, to artists like Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, and The Who, to brands like Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, The Wizard of Oz, Rolling Stone magazine, and Billboard.

In 2016, Alfred Music joined the Peaksware Holdings portfolio of companies which includes MakeMusic (SmartMusic & Finale), bringing together the leaders in educational music publishing and music technology. Alfred is now paired with MakeMusic to transform how music is composed, published, taught, learned, and performed.

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