The Royal Marsden Education and Conference Centre is recognised worldwide for the excellence of its study days and conferences. Attached to the internationally recognised cancer hospital, the Education and Conference Centre runs events at prestigious venues across London, which attract large numbers of cancer specialists both nationally and internationally.
Audio-visual Technician/Events Administrator
We are looking for an experienced Audio-visual Technician / Events Administrator to provide support for our conference centre facilities and our exciting and expanding cancer events programme.
Our ideal candidate will be someone who has experience of working with audio-visual equipment and has knowledge of specialist AV hardware and software and can adapt to new technologies; has excellent administration skills, can work as part of a team and independently and accurately under pressure.
In this era of digital transformation, our ideal candidate should have experience in providing technical expertise and meeting set-up and delivery across an array of platforms, specifically across Vito and Teams using OBS. As well as other platform operations for virtual events which includes the running of the platform, scheduling content, assisting with pre-recordings, building and maintaining the platform, uploading/editing the post event content.
Experience of Zoom / Teams meetings and various functionalities such as, spotlighting presenters/content, setting up breakout rooms within teams/zoom is crucial. In addition, a good understanding of live streaming / Hybrid format of delivering events is essential.
To be successful in this varied role we will need you to be well organised, resourceful and have very good communication skills. The successful candidate will need to play an active role within our enthusiastic and committed team; this will require some flexibility in working hours.
This is a great opportunity to be involved in delivering our world-renowned programme of events: working alongside eminent cancer specialists to support them in developing our study days and conference programme.
We would be particularly interested in people with experience in audio-visual or electronic related fields, digital media and events management. You should have some experience of working as an audio-visual technician and demonstrable experience of working in an administrative role. IT and word processing skills are essential, along with a working knowledge of other Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Access, PowerPoint and Excel).