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National College Leadership Program (Recent And Soon-To-Be College Grads) (205414-868)

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Psav Presentation Services New York , NY 10007

Posted 4 months ago


The very core of PSAV is our creative and skilled team members. We're passionate about events, and we have the resources and experience to make yours unforgettable. Working closely with our customers, our talented professionals deliver strategic planning, creative production, advanced technology and staging services to make dynamic and impactful meetings and events of all sizes always with an unwavering focus on you.

As the leading supplier of audiovisual and event technology to hotels, associations, producers and meeting planners worldwide, PSAV maintains a commitment to being more than 'just AV'. We're an event technology company but we're not the headliner; we work behind the scenes. As a team member in our company you will be connected with the most talented and dedicated people in the industry who are passionate about giving each client, large or small, the best show, event or meeting experience of their life.

Our global footprint in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico, Europe and the Middle East, along with our 40+ production branches, allows us to provide you with many career options.

PSAV is currently seeking candidates that will fill the 2019-2020 National College Leadership Program scheduled to start June 2019 and January 2020. Upon successful completion of the 6 month rotational training program, designed with a mix of on-the job learning experiences, classroom-based training, and on demand training, individuals will be prepared for immediate placement into an operations management role within our nationwide network of luxury hotel and conference center properties.

PSAV is searching for motivated candidates interested in a career in hospitality and event management to join the program. We value the infusion of energy and fresh perspectives brought by recent graduates and operations and business professionals that possess a year or less experience. If you will be graduating between December 2018 and December 2019, this could be a great opportunity for you.

Required Experience

Qualified candidates must possess the following background:

  • 4-year college graduate with a BA/BS degree required; preference for Hospitality, Business/Management, Communications, Theater or related field

  • At least 1 year professional work experience or a combination of employment/internships. Prior experience in management, operations, technology and/or hospitality is a plus.

  • Strong interest in a management career with the opportunity for advancement and promotion.

  • Excellent communication, listening, and presentation skills.

  • Effective leadership abilities and customer satisfaction focus.

  • Technical aptitude demonstrated through interest and exposure to new technology.

  • Ability to work at a hotel location within major metro markets

  • Willingness to relocate within the US


  • Includes 2-3 weeks of training at separate intervals in Chicago, IL with the balance of the 6 month program located at different locations within a defined region

  • Training will include a combination of our four PSAV University Academies Operations, Technical, Sales and Leadership.


  • Hospitality

  • Decision Quality

  • Communicates Effectively

  • Builds Effective Teams

  • Ensure Accountability

  • Drives Quality Results

  • Instills Trust

  • Manages Ambiguity

  • Builds Networks

  • Plans and Aligns

PSAV offers an excellent compensation and benefits package including health insurance and participation in a 401K plan. Candidates will receive a base salary during the training program and have the ability to earn a base salary + bonus incentive upon placement as an Operations Manager, Director of Events or Venue Sales Manager (placement will occur immediately upon completion of the training). Most importantly, we empower team members to make significant contributions to our business while developing their careers.

Locations: PSAV provides service in over 1,400 locations throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Europe. We are currently recruiting interested candidates to start in the following locations with the flexibility to relocate within PSAV:






Orange County

San Francisco

Los Angeles

San Diego














New York


DC Metro Area

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National College Leadership Program (Recent And Soon-To-Be College Grads) (205414-868)

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Psav Presentation Services