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Conference Content Manager

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This position will be responsible for helping manage the Content Program (breakout sessions and related activities) for the company’s large-scale, global conference and Partner Exchange. Although broad marketing and event management experience helpful, this position requires specific skills and proven success in leading the development of comprehensive programs 300+ sessions. This role will be intricately involved in managing the entire process, including: call-for-papers campaign, content review committee management, session selection management, scheduling and space management, survey and evaluation management, and speaker support services. This person must be able to achieve conference program goals, identify areas for improvement, and implement best practices and process improvements related to the overall management and execution of content-related logistics and operations. This position reports into the Corporate Event Marketing organization.

Responsibilities:

Content role
• Manage all aspects of the content program deliverables, project plans, schedules and reporting for Conference and related global programming.
• Strategize with key executives on content structure and track development.
• Develop the overall education program for the event and ensure priorities are covered
• Oversee breakout session logistics including number of sessions, optimal sizes, durations, formats, repeat sessions etc.
• Lead Track Owners and Stakeholders to drive key deliverables including Call for Papers, Voting, Session Scheduling, Presentation Reviews and onsite logistics.
• Manage email communications and reminders to Speakers and Track Owners.
• Work with Technology lead on the development requirements for all Content modules including Call for Papers, Voting, Speaker Resource Center, Content Catalog and Schedule Builder.
• Run various reports in Content Management Tool as needed and be able to report out on key findings.
• Work with Marketing Communications Manager to ensure all content pieces are posted and updated on event website.
• Develop strong relationships with event team and cross functional teams.
• Collaborate and work with vendor counterparts at event agency.

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