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Event Support/Coordinator (remote)

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ORGANIZATION: Iterate UX Foundation

  • 13 people are interested

About IterateUX

IterateUX is an inclusive, community-based non-profit organization dedicated to supporting User Experience designers-students and professionals alike-around the world. We provide world-class, hands-on learning programs that enhance hard and soft skills in the design field. These programs promote critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity.

Driven by designers for designers, we offer a flexible platform for learning UX research, UX and UI design, user-centered design skills, as well as leadership, collaboration, and presentation skills.

We are currently seeking an Event Support/Coordinator to join our team.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Post-Event Support: Download event videos and compile necessary information for the Production team.
  • Pre-Event Preparation: Assist Coordinators with all aspects of event setup.
  • Event Moderation: Serve as a Moderator during events to ensure smooth execution.
  • Communication and Coordination:
    • Manage event announcements on Discord.
    • Send confirmation letters to speakers.
    • Schedule speakers using Google Calendar.
    • Issue recording notices to relevant parties.
  • Team Collaboration: Participate in weekly meetings with the event team to ensure alignment and address any issues.

Requirements:

  • Interest in learning about digital event planning.
  • Comfortable reaching out to people on social media platforms, such as LinkedIn.
  • Preferably Located in North America or as close to the PST time zone as possible (Canada or USA).
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with your team.
  • Minimum commitment of 3 months.
  • Available 8-10 hours per week, Monday to Friday.

Interested? Please send your resume to hr@iterateux.com with the job title in the subject line and mention where you found this job posting.

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About Iterate UX Foundation

Location:

1201 13318 104th Ave, Surrey, British Columbia V3T 0R2, CA

Mission Statement

Expand the number of UXers in the industry by giving them the tools needed to land a UX job. Motivate aspiring UXers with success stories from juniors to senior designers and provide the right space for mentorship to guide newcomers.

Description

IterateUX Foundation is an inclusive community-based non-profit organization that supports User Experience designers such as students and professionals worldwide in their career path. We leverage hard and soft skills in the design field through world-class hands-on learning programs that promote critical thinking, and collaboration and enhance creativity.

Iterate UX Foundation is driven by designers for designers. We offer a flexible platform to learn UX research, UX and UI design skills, and user-centred skills, but also leadership, collaboration, and presentation skills

Our mission is to empower individuals from diverse backgrounds to become proficient in User Experience (UXR, UX and UI) design, through world-class hands-on learning programs that promote a user-centred mindset, critical thinking, and collaboration.

We believe in providing access to quality education, resources, and guidance, to bridge the gap between industry demand and talent supply, and to create a more inclusive workplace.

Our vision is to create a world where UX design is accessible to all, regardless of their socioeconomic background, ethnicity, or gender. We aim to foster a community-based education platform where designers train designers and the user experience design industry is highly valued.

CAUSE AREAS

Computers & Technology
Computers & Technology

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Web Design
  • Web Design / UX

GOOD FOR

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REQUIREMENTS

  • 8-10 hours per week

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