Employment

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The Mission of The Classic Center
The Classic Center Authority shall enhance the quality of life in Athens-Clarke County by serving as the cultural, civic and social center of the Southeast and by generating maximum economic impact.
 
Brand Statement
"Through a thoughtfully planned and conveniently placed facility, located in a uniquely vibrant and charming cultural environment and proactive, creative approach to customer service, The Classic Center elevates the experience of events to exceed the expectations of our guests."

Core Values
Hospitality, Teamwork & Leadership

Employment Opportunities

  1. Conf. Services & AR Coord.
  2. Housekeeping Shift Supervisor
  3. Event Coverage Guard

Conference Services & Accounts Receivable Coordinator


The Classic Center


Department: Administration

FLSA Status: Exempt

General Description: The Conference Services and Accounts Receivable Coordinator will report to the HR/Business Manager. This position will manage conference registration services, parking services, the allocation of all events funds received, and contacting clients with an outstanding balance. 

Typical work routine includes, but not limited to:

1. Lead administration process for all conference registrations. Work with registration client and Marketing Project Coordinator to create registration forms and ensure efficient administration of each registration.

2. Manage fund allocation for all registrations. Maintain financial records for all registrations, ensuring accuracy and timely completion.

3. Work with the registration client to create custom reports to send to them on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.

4. Create registration reports to ensure accuracy in conference registrant numbers and eliminate duplicate entries.

5. Work with the Marketing Project Coordinator to create registration packets, name badges, and other registration materials.

6. Create a group of volunteers for conference registrations. Create and execute training programs for volunteers to ensure quality service is delivered to our guests and clients during the conference.

7. Assist with the sales process of Registration and Marketing Services. Work with Sales and Marketing departments to promote The Classic Center Registration and Marketing Services.

8. Create invoices into accounting system for monthly clients.

9. Enter all events payments into property management system and accounting system and update the Event Booking Status Code as applicable in property management system.

10. Run Sales Journal Report in property management system and Deposit Report in accounting system to ensure accurate deposit entries.

11. Maintain an up-to-date accounts receivable report and attend weekly Operations meeting to update event planners on outstanding event balances.

12. Contact clients with outstanding balances for payment, ensuring interest is calculated and added to the final invoice with a client is past due.

13. Assist in the monthly close out process by closing out event files and entering the financial portion into QuickBooks.

14. Update monthly parker and football parking information, ensure monthly payments are processing, parking cards are shutoff due to non-payment and create client parking vouchers.

15. Work with the Foundation to ensure all Board Members and Foundation Members have valid parking cards.

16. All other duties are assigned.

Qualifications:
1. College degree preferred.
2. Excellent customer services skills. Possess the ability to manage multiple high-priority tasks simultaneously. Strong problem-solving abilities.
3. Experience with computer systems, specifically Microsoft Office Suite.

All interested applicants must submit a resume and cover letter to:
Brittany Clarke
HR & Business Manager

No phone calls, please