The North Tahoe Public Utility District is looking for an experienced individual to fill the newly-created position of Event Center Manager. This exciting career opportunity will shape the future operation of the North Tahoe Event Center (NTEC) located on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe in Kings Beach, CA.
The District is looking for an incumbent that will oversee the day-to-day operations of the Event Center; including supervising staff, prepare annual operating and capital budgets, solicit business and coordinate rentals of the NTEC and the sale of related services for District venues with the goal of increasing overall use of the facility by the community and public.
The ideal candidate will have significant management and industry experience in the wedding and event business as well as a working knowledge of community use of municipally-owned event facilities, a strong understanding of the Tahoe market, and capable of leading sales, pricing, branding, and marketing.advertising of the NTEC.
The ideal candidate will have four (4) years of related hospitality sales and marketing experience, including two (2) years coordinating and scheduling events in a service related industry and one (1) year in a supervisory experience. The completion of an Associates (AA) degree or Certificate in related Business, Conference or Event Management is preferred.
Filing Deadline: Open until Filled 1ST Review of Applications: March 15, 2019
Additional Salary Information: Additional Earnable Performance Pay up to 3% after top step.
About North Tahoe Public Utility District
North Tahoe Public Utility District
The North Tahoe Public Utility District (NTPUD) was formed in 1948 under the State of California Public Utilities Code to provide sewer services to the residents of the north shore of Lake Tahoe. The District’s boundaries range from the Nevada state line in Crystal Bay to Dollar Hill. Our service area includes the communities of Kings Beach, Tahoe Vista, Brockway Vista, Carnelian Bay, Cedar Flat and Agate Bay.
In November of 1967, water services were added to the District’s responsibility with the Recreation and Parks Department being created in 1968. The District manages and maintains most of the public beaches in our service area as well as the North Tahoe Regional Park in Tahoe Vista.
The North Tahoe Event Center is also owned and managed by the District.
The District currently serves 5,524 sewer connections and 3,871 water connections.