Events Manager

Posted: 08/19/2019

CATT was founded in June 1998 and currently has 380-member companies covering the broad spectrum of the building industry, related trades, and professions. CATT hosts a variety of activities and provides benefits and services to meet member needs.

The Events Manager works with CATT’s Events committees and volunteers to implement plans for 5 major fundraising events, 4-6 networking events, and 4-6 community outreach events annually.

Management duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Prepare annual event calendar

  • Coordinate and supervise 15-20 fundraising and non-fundraising events annually.

  • Secure sponsorships (Sales experience preferred)

  • Preside at Committee meetings

  • Prepare Event budgets

  • Coordinate with the Marketing Contractor to design and distribute event marketing materials

  • Train and schedule volunteers

  • Attend classes, meetings or trainings as needed


    The perfect candidate is competent in Microsoft Office and possesses strong communication and customer service skills. The Events Manager excels in prioritizing tasks, working independently and is able to remain calm in a busy setting. The Events Manager must have experience working with volunteers and is an effective team player and relationship builder. The Events Manager will need to measure progress on annual events program goals and adjust when needed.


    Three to five years of experience planning, budgeting for, coordinating and executing events small to large in scope. Familiarity working with non-profit organizations is desired.


    Starting hourly pay range is $20.00 - $21.50 DOE. Benefits include paid vacation, paid holidays, monthly health insurance stipend, mileage reimbursement.

    Application Procedure

    Deadline to apply is Friday, August 30, 2019. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by email to CATT Office Manager Anticipated start date: September 2019.

    NOTE: This job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.