KEY TASKS & RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Programme Design:

- Write and produce commercially viable conference programmes for each of Tamarindo’s events, including our Financing Wind conference series, our Wind Investment Awards programme and other associated seminars, roundtables, as appropriate

- Identify key topics, debates, industry challenges and opportunities for discussion through in-depth market research (desk, phone and face to face), working closely with our Managing Director and our Membership Content team

- Identify and invite speakers for each session that will be attractive to delegates attending each event

- Create engaging copy for each session title and descriptor to be re-purposed for marketing and other communications

- Act as a conduit for the wider team, to regularly update on market and business intelligence picked up from networking and discussion

- Work closely with colleagues to mutually support and complement event and member marketing schedules including HTML emails, website, social media and internal communications with staff and members

- Put together comprehensive proposals for new events, as required

2. Speaker Management:

- Invite speakers and be accountable for speaker management, from invitation to event day, working with our Event Operations team

- Be accountable to our customers and affiliated partners, typically senior industry leaders and commercial sponsors, on all matters to do with their speaker and speaker commitments, for each individual event

- Collate speaker feedback and action and disseminate accordingly

3. Business Development:

- Assist the Commercial team in securing, and retaining, sponsorship for all Tamarindo events

- Advise the Commercial team on prospective leads, market developments and wider partnership opportunities

4. Representation:

- Represent Tamarindo at national and international events, taking an active interest in the subject matter of our industry and sector

- This role will require some travel across the UK and globally including nights away from home

Key Skills & Attributes

  • Experience of designing events programmes
  • Exceptional customer services manner and confidence with face-to-face communications
  • Exceptional networking skills
  • Excellent communication skills, both written & verbal
  • Educated to Graduate Level or demonstrate equivalent professional development
  • Experience of organising or supporting conferences and exhibitions
  • Knowledge of the renewable energy sector – or a willingness to learn
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure
  • Proven listening, negotiating and influencing skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to self-manage and work effectively as a member of a team
  • Ability to take responsibility, use initiative to prioritise and work effectively to tight deadlines
  • Willingness to travel – this role will require some travel across the UK and globally

HOW WE WORK

At Tamarindo we enjoy an open and honest working environment where everyone is required to think on their feet and take a hands-on approach and where everyone can share ideas and contribute meaningfully to campaigns.

We don’t just deliver adequate services for our clients but look to go above and beyond to become trusted advisors who make a commercial difference to the businesses we support. As a result, we are renowned for delivering campaigns that create real momentum and tangible results for clients within the international energy, maritime and financial services markets.

At Tamarindo Group we are driven and guided by our values and we actively use these to recruit, manage and empower our team. At Tamarindo Group, we……

  • … are DEDICATED to the sector we serve and believe we can help it succeed
  • … are AMBITIOUS for our clients, our colleagues and ourselves
  • BALANCE tenacity and pride in our work with a life beyond the office
  • …value INTEGRITY above all else, striving to earn and retain the trust of our customers and colleagues
  • …celebrate ORIGINALITY by first listening to our customers and colleagues, understanding their perspectives, and then thinking for ourselves