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We are currently looking for an enthusiastic, talented and dedicated Events Manager to join our team here at Bvlgari Hotel London.
Reporting to the Head of Events, you will be responsible for complete end to end management of large complex events. You will have the ability to seek new prospects to convert into new business and nurture our existing prestigious key client accounts.
Working closely alongside the Head of Events to drive strategy, you will be responsible for coordinating with relevant departments to ensure all events are organised and planned efficiently in order to deliver unique and authentic events in line with the hotel standards.
What we are looking for
Both results and people driven, the ideal candidate will have the ability to demonstrate proven success in a similar role and environment. You will be passionate about delivering luxury events and a strong team player capable of building strong working relationships. You will possess great communication and organisation skills and you will be able to thrive in a fast paced environment.
As an ambassador for Bvlgari Hotel London, you will be expected to deliver hotel and brand standards, demonstrate exceptional and proactive relations with guests and colleagues, and provide flawless service.
We encourage a diverse workforce however, you will be required to have excellent levels of written and spoken English and be eligible to work in the UK.
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