WHO WE ARE:
Patron Technology is redefining what it means to be an event creator by empowering organizers to take control of their entire event experience. With our powerful ticketing, engagement, mobile apps, and cashless products fit for any event, creators can transform the attendee experience and become leaders in their industry. That’s why iconic brands like New York Comic Con, Bonnaroo, Candytopia, and the NHL use our ever-evolving solution to drive nonstop engagement, reach expansive audiences, and gain more revenue.
We are a diverse team of event goers and experts that are passionate about helping our clients transform how attendees experience their events. We thrive in a collaborative, fast-paced environment that rewards innovation and creative thinking. Our employees are located around the world in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia.
The Event Hardware & Warehouse Specialist will be responsible for a wide range of tasks that all serve to support the Event Operations team. The primary responsibilities of this role will be to coordinate the logistics for all event hardware, assist with maintaining hardware inventory counts; and assist clients with hardware issues when required. This position will report to the Senior Logistics & Warehouse Manager, and will provide support to our rapidly expanding live events calendar. This position will be an in-person role that will operate out of our warehouse facility in Pittsburgh, PA.
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AS AN EVENT HARDWARE & WAREHOUSE SPECIALIST, YOU WILL:
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At Patron Technology, we take great pride in providing our team members a safe and healthy work environment. To that end, Patron Technology requires all employees, contractors, and visitors who will be physically present at a company facility or sponsored event, representing the company at a client event, or physically present at any event where the company’s employees, clients, or vendors are present, to be fully vaccinated. Exemptions are permitted, and if approved, will require the wearing of an approved face-covering, submission of a negative COVID test, and completion of a health and safety form that includes temperature.