17 Free Job Description Templates for Event Companies

A hire can be make or break for your business — especially in the busy season.

A survey by CareerBuilder showed that one bad hire costs companies nearly $17,000 on average. The last thing you want is to hire employees that produce low quality work. But taking the time to craft perfect job descriptions can take hours of your time. And you’ve got a business to run.

That’s why we’ve put together these job description templates — so you can create spot-on job descriptions and hire the best talent to support your business, from sales representatives to warehouse managers and beyond.

The Templates Include:

The 3 must-include components of a job description

Instructions on how to tailor templates to your company’s needs

17 full job description templates for your event company

What’s in These Templates?

You’ll get access to 17 free job description templates you can use to help staff your event company. Our templates cover position overviews, responsibilities, and skill requirements for the following job titles:

Marketing, Customer Service, and Sales

• Sales Representative

• Marketing Coordinator

• Social Media Coordinator

• Client Relationship Specialist

Event Staff: Fulfillment, Delivery, & Set Up / Pack Down

• Warehouse Manager

• Delivery and Installation Crew

• Maintenance Technician

• Event Staff

Event Designers

• Sales Representative

• Marketing Coordinator

• Social Media Coordinator

• Client Relationship Specialist


• Event Coordinator

• Office Coordinator

• Logistics Coordinator

• Operations Coordinator

Example Job Description Template: Event Coordinator

Position overview

We are seeking an event coordinator, who will play a pivotal role in organizing and executing various [event types] events for [company name]. Collaborating closely with the team, you’ll ensure our events are seamlessly executed from start to finish. You’ll supervise each phase of the plan, including [insert responsibilities]. The ideal candidate has at least [insert years] years of event coordination experience and will display exceptional attention to detail and organizational skills.

This is an on-site [full time, part time, contract] position expected to work [x] hours per week.


  • Define the budget and expectations with the team.
  • Negotiate contracts with sub-vendors.
  • Schedule staff and set up / clean up crews for event day.
  • Oversee each phase of the event.
  • Process invoices to ensure timely payment.

Requirements and skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in marketing, hospitality, or similar preferred.
  • [Insert number of years] years of event planning experience.
  • A portfolio of successful events.
  • Exceptional communication and organizational skills.

How To Use These Templates

It’s easy — just copy and paste the job description into a word document, then:

  • Tailor to your company needs, taking into consideration company size, specialization, and more.
  • Alter the text in [red brackets], which is there for you to add in company-specific information.
  • Add information such as company description, salary, schedule, pay structure, and in-office or on-site expectations.
  • Adjust seniority levels to meet your needs and attract the right candidates
  • Incorporate company branding across job descriptions, including tone and logo, while maintaining consistency in formatting across job descriptions.
  • Merge job descriptions if needed. We know a lot of events roles combine elements of various jobs, so feel free to take what resonates from multiple job descriptions.
  • Get feedback from your team to ensure the job descriptions effectively capture the right requirements and expectations for each role.

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