Center for Internet Security, Inc.

Events Coordinator

Job Locations US-NY-Albany
Regular Full-Time


The primary purpose of the Events Coordinator is to coordinate all aspects of CIS event planning and management, including internal company-wide events and external conferences, as well as planning both small and large-scale exhibitions and events.

What You'll Do

  • Coordinate and oversee internal and external events, including processing event inquiries, event planning, setup, resource/vendor management and event communications
  • Interface with various program area leads to schedule CIS attendance at domestic and global events
  • Maintain a working relationship with vendors and venues, as well as outreach to obtain new vendors
  • Adhere to and report on specific event budgets and specification requirements
  • Work closely with internal and external resources to develop and maintain inventory of required materials
  • Other tasks and responsibilities as assigned

What You'll Need

  • Bachelor’s Degree at an accredited college in Event Planning, Marketing or a related field*
  • 3+ years’ professional event planning experience
  • Ability to accommodate mission-based overnight travel as necessary; Approximately 10% travel is required
  • Experience using event management software
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to successfully multi-task and manage time effectively
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and professional demeanor
  • Excellent customer service, verbal and written communication skills
  • Must be authorized to work in the United States

*Additional years of relevant experience or a combination of an Associate’s degree or equivalent and relevant experience may be substituted for the Bachelor’s degree.


It's a Plus if You Have:

  • Project Management and industry recognized certifications are a plus (ex: Certified Meeting Professional (CMP), etc.)
  • 5+ years’ event management experience


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