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  • Conference & Event Producer - The Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA)

    The Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA)

    Conference & Event Producer

    Job Description

    We are looking for an insightful, creative, self-starting person with at least 3 years’ experience working in business conference programme creation. Our people have a strong understanding of the national business landscape to; research, create and construct targeted conference programmes, develop strategic marketing, make use of their natural flare for effective language and execute events with excellence.

    To succeed in this role, you will need to:

    • develop structured content to build thought-leading conferences
    • research deeply, ask contrasting questions and have a desire to find business focused solutions.
    • have an interest or experience in Human Resources and Employment Relations
    • have an aptitude for creating & delivering a concise sales pitch – in marketing and in person.
    • be good natured, outgoing, honest, versatile and have excellent open communication.
    • be eligible to work in NZ to apply for this position and also hold a clean full drivers licence.
    • conduct some regional travel, as some of our events take place around the upper north island.
    • Be highly computer literate, learn our systems and make use of the digital tools we work with. These are in key areas such as project management, database and registration management along with the Microsoft office suite.

    A full-time role has become available to work in our busy and dynamic conferences and events team based in Auckland, where we produce 45+ events a year within a close-knit team. In this role, you will be responsible for successfully producing a full portfolio of existing events, as well as creating and implementing new conferences/events. This means, you will drive each of your events from content creation to project management & coordination.

    Who are we?

    The Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) is a not-for-profit member-based organisation. We are the largest business membership association in NZ. We advise, advocate for and assist NZ business in acheiveing it’s objectives.  Visit for more info.

    Demonstrate your success in event/conferencing creation & delivery and send us your CV today.

    Applications Close: 23-January-2018

    For a copy of the Job Description visit

    Fabian Takiari
    EMA (Northern) Inc

    Written on Thursday, 18 January 2018 22:20
  • Groups and Events Team: Two full time permanent positions, Wellington CBD

    Orbit Groups & Events are one of New Zealand's premier groups and events specialists. With 7 offices around the country, and a central Wellington office with a team of 12, we manage groups and events of all budgets and sizes, around New Zealand, Australia, and around the world.

    The groups and Events team is highly successful team and has experienced significant growth.

    We are looking for a Consultant and a Team Leader to manage Domestic travel within the Groups and Events Team.

    The successful candidates will have excellent relationship management skills, be confident and enjoy engaging with clients both over the phone and assisting at their events.


    Consultant position:

    This role will suit someone with Domestic experience who can take ownership of one of our large accounts and enhance how we support them. You will have excellent relationship management skills and be a team player, as you will work closely with your team to coordinate group events and travel.

    To apply: click the link to the Seek advert:


    Team Leader (Domestic)

    We are looking for an experienced travel consultant to be our new team leader, assisting 12 Consultants who work on a variety of events, conferences and group travel bookings for domestic travel.

    You will be be the go to person in the team, manage daily workflow and manage multiple projects across the team to ensure they are delivered to clients seamlessly.

    This is a role where no two days are the same. You will thrive working in a busy environment, juggling priorities and meeting deadlines while following necessary processes.

    To apply: click the link to the Seek advert:

    For any questions, please contact Kirsty Ahern: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Written on Wednesday, 10 January 2018 19:40