Overview

The Project Coordinator will support the Client Development team to manage prospective clients and assist in marketing and communication campaigns for TRG’s products and services.

Major Responsibilities:
The Project Coordinator will be responsible for the following duties:
-Build presentation materials and manage logistics for TRG Preview Days, including scheduling preparatory calls, collecting client data, and preparing charts/slides.
-Support content development and editing of TRG’s website, sales materials, proposals, email and direct marketing campaigns, case studies, etc.
-Create new contracts for prospective clients using standard templates.
-Assist with the TRG Executive Summits in North America. Specific tasks include sending and tracking invitations, collecting and analyzing attendee data, printing event collateral, and managing offsite event logistics (e.g. transportation, catering.)
-Support TRG Arts conference attendance, including registration and hotel reservations, researching attendees and arranging meetings with prospective clients, shipping advanced sales materials, etc.
-Serve as Salesforce administrator and trainer for all TRG Arts users, including sales tracking and reporting, list-building for campaigns and data quality maintenance.
-Assist with the maintenance of the TRG Arts website and Pardot for Salesforce integration, posting new content created by the Client Development Team.
-Prepare data for weekly Revenue Pacing Meetings for the Client Development Team.
-Serve as registrar for TRG Arts professional development courses, creating the online registration and monitoring attendance.
-Schedule and set up audio-visual equipment for internal and client-facing meetings.

Requirements:
-A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
-Proficiency in Excel and PowerPoint and demonstrated ability to use these tools for data analysis, charting and describing findings.
-Clear, proactive communication skills supported by demonstrated ability to think critically and strategically.
-Strong analytic and problem-solving skills, including the ability to create and follow processes for effective collaboration and timely work completion.
-Ability to give and receive evaluation and criticism constructively.
-Demonstrated attention to detail and accuracy.
-Detail-oriented and excellent organizational skills.
-Able to work in a fast-paced, changing environment.
-Strong writing and proofreading skills.
-Strong interpersonal skills and communication.
-Excellent follow-through.

The ideal candidate also will have:
-Professional experience in team or project coordination in which the timely, efficient delivery of complex, multi-phase work is accomplished by a high-performing team.
-Familiarity with or experience in the non-profit and/or arts and culture industry.
-Experience working in Salesforce, Pardot and DotNetNuke.
-Skill or experience in customer relationship management.
-Experience with and understanding of communities that have been traditionally underserved by arts and culture nonprofits.

How to apply:
To apply, please send resume and cover letter to TRG Arts Recruiting at careers@trgarts.com. TRG Arts is located at 90 S. Cascade Avenue, Suite 510, Colorado Springs, CO 80903. We encourage you to learn more at www.trgarts.com and view the full job description at http://bit.ly/2pE74Fc.

About TRG Arts

The Results Group for the Arts (TRG Arts) is a data-driven consulting firm that teaches arts and cultural professionals a patron-based approach to growing sustainable revenue.

TRG Arts believes in the transformative power of arts and culture, and that positive and profound change in the business model of arts organizations can lead to artistic innovation and the ability to better inspire communities.

Since its founding in 1995, TRG Arts has earned a reputation for achieving results for non-profit and commercial entertainment partners. We are an industry pioneer in areas including dynamic pricing, audience loyalty development, database modelling, community data sharing and the subscription model. Recently, TRG Arts has established an office in Bristol to support its rapidly growing portfolio in the UK and Europe.

TRG Arts strives to be an equal opportunities employer. In matters of recruitment and employment we will ensure that no individual receives less favorable treatment on the grounds of gender, race, ethnic or national origin, religious beliefs, marital status, sexual orientation, age or disability.