August 4, 2022 Kim Bakota

Event Installer

Position Overview | The Big Picture

The Event Installer is responsible for loading and unloading event décor cargo, and setting up and striking (taking down) the event décor. (Full-time, Part-time, Seasonal)

Traits for Success | #teamwork

  • Safety minded.
  • On time.
  • Good team player.
  • Handy with tools.

 Essential Duties | What You’ll Do – The Fun Stuff

  • Loads and unloads props, furniture, floral products and other event décor onto vehicles and trucks for delivery to clients, venues and to return products to Kehoe Designs.
  • Packs and unpacks props, furniture, floral products and other event décor.
  • Prepares, assembles, installs and uninstalls portable bars, furniture, fabric backdrops, chuppahs, and other room décor throughout the event venue.  May install products in entryways, on ceilings, floors, walls and columns.
  • May install and uninstall lighting fixtures to include: pin spots, dazzlers, lekos, par-cans, up lights, and rope lighting.
  • Returns props, furniture, floral products and other event décor to appropriate locations for storage.
  • Works carefully to minimize damage and breakage of products.
  • Sweeps and removes debris from event venues to ensure venue is left clean and without damage.

Qualifications | What You Need to Bring

  • Up to 1 year of event set-up experience preferred.
  • Ability to understand, read and speak English.
  • Ability to interpret pull sheets.
  • Familiarity with proper packing methods is helpful.
  • Ability to handle glass and fragile items safely.
  • Good verbal communication skills to communicate successfully with the Logistics team.
  • Ability to multitask and deal with competing demands.
  • Ability to take direction.
  • Customer service orientation; able to maintain a professional demeanor with clients.
  • Good knowledge and ability to use tools and equipment that may include:  hammer, screwdriver, hand drill, tape measure, dollies, lifts, and 8 foot and 12 foot ladders.
  • Must provide own tools.
  • Ability to tolerate long work shifts and work flexible schedules to include evenings and weekends.
  • Ability to travel locally, and outside the city and state.