• Conference Specialist

    Job Locations US-VA-Vienna
    Posted Date 5 months ago(6/18/2018 3:04 PM)
    # of Openings
    Program Support
  • Overview

    BRTRC Federal Solutions is seeking a Conference Specialist with experience supporting Department of Defense (DoD) technical meetings and conferences. 


    The Conference Specialist will assist across the lifecycle of event planning and execution to include budget development, agenda development, speaker coordination, preparation of presentations, speaker bios, and conference/meeting materials for both print and website dissemination, registration and onsite event support, committee membership activities, and close-out reporting for multiple concurrent events.  


    This is a fast-paced enviroment where multi-tasking and changing priorities are the norm.  This full-time position will be located in Vienna (Tysons) Virginia.



    • Active DoD security clearance
    • College degree (Bachelors or Associates) and 3+ years' experience in planning and managing conferences, workshops, tradeshows, and events with attendees ranging from 15 to 500+ people
    • Experience in creating, editing, and proofing meeting materials
    • Experience in creating and maintaining lists of participants and committee members
    • A strong attention to detail and follow-through
    • Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously, and the ability to surge/work longer hours during the event
    • Excellent communication, organization, and time management skills
    • Expertise in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
    • Ability to lift and assemble/disassemble displays and the ability to lift heavy boxes (up to 25 lbs) of conference/collateral materials
    • Some local and long-distance travel required (<25%)

    CMP or CGMP certification and/or experience supporting classified events is a plus.


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