About the role: To serve the growing needs of Pearson’s clients around the world, the Event Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Event Testing Manager in the development, implementation and on-going management of unique test delivery solutions. You will report to the Event Testing Manager and will help establish and maintain testing venues throughout the world with a concentrated focus in Australia and New Zealand. The Event Coordinator will assist in researching, identifying and negotiating with multiple vendors from various fields to ensure adequate test delivery venue coverage and associated invigilation services around the world.
It is the responsibility of the Event Coordinator to ensure that client program requirements are planned for and are appropriately implemented in all associated testing venues. This role is also involved in ensuring that quality and security requirements are met, and that process improvements and increased efficiencies are identified. Other responsibilities of the role include invoice and data collection/coordination, working to set timelines, planning and negotiating priorities. The Event Coordinator will liaise with other teams within Pearson organisations and external 3rd party suppliers. The Event Coordinator will ensure company and client quality standards are adhered to, ensuring effective communication and reporting internally.
As an Event Coordinator, you’ll be responsible for:
Responsible for supporting and implementing global testing venues multiple times per year
Support the Event Testing Manager in ensuring that client satisfaction levels are achieved to a high standard and issues are recognised, documented, and resolved
Liaising with the wider team, and agencies where appropriate, to help deliver successful testing events in locations around the world
Work with the team to ensure adequate capacity is provided for test events and assist to develop contingency plans for each event
Supporting other initiatives as provided by the Event Testing Manager where appropriate
To be successful in this role, you will ideally have:
Demonstrated experience with coordinating a range of event types and/or projects
Enthusiastic, energetic team player who has the ability to work on their own, whilst possessing the ability to seek assistance and/or escalate concerns when required and ability to exceed customer expectations
Degree educated or equivalent
Excellent English, both written and verbal
Demonstrated experience working with Microsoft Office suite and Excel – intermediate to advanced skills
Flexible working: We are committed to hybrid working practices and has adopted flexible remote and virtual working. Where possible our employees can choose to manage their attendance to the office more flexibly.
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Job: TESTING CENTER
Organization: Assessment & Qualifications
Req ID: 12369