Details for Position: NY-PDC

Product Development Coordinator

Location: New York

Summary

Support Product Development Team with building and maintaining all products on EBG’s transactional platforms through a proprietary technology database. Coordinators have a point of view and the ability to find hidden details and opportunities in everything.

Product Development Coordinator

  • Is the backbone of the Product Development department

  • Own the build and execution of new products and updates to existing products

  • Monitor all EBG sites for accuracy and optimization

  • Identify opportunities to create efficiencies with our existing products

  • Support and assist in developing and executing new marketing programs to support product partners

  • Assist management with the composition and analysis of sales reports

  • Generate professional marketing proposals and partner recaps

  • Improve department productivity by coordinating with all cross-functional teams including Accounting, Fulfillment, Web Production and Marketing.

  • Support management by creating competitive analysis and monitoring industry trends

  • Ability to problem solve, collaborate and multi-task in team environment

  • Set personal daily, weekly and annual goals and reach them

Qualifications

  • 2+ years ticketing experience in the entertainment and/or travel industry

  • Excellent communication and organization skills

  • Comprehensive knowledge of Microsoft applications and the internet

  • Analytical with strong quantitative skills

  • High energy, ability to remain focused on goals, working independently

  • Strong organizational skills and extreme attention to detail

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience working in SalesForce

  • Inventory management – setting up, reporting, monitoring

Other Information

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required, and the scope of responsibility but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements.