Hot Job: Wedding Chapel Coordinator in Las Vegas

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The position: Wedding chapel coordinator for Planet Hollywood Las Vegas

Location: Las Vegas

Job duties: Would be responsible for overseeing and soliciting business for the Planet Hollywood chapel and hotel. Would work hand-in-hand with the organizational team, and would handle all important details needed for the wedding planning and event execution, up to and through the completion of the event. Would be expected to sell wedding packages to brides and grooms. Also responsible for planning all aspects of the wedding process, from the initial contact to the actual wedding day activities.

The company: Planet Hollywood is a well-known chain of hotels and restaurants. The Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Las Vegas recently became part of Harrah's Entertainment.

Requirements: At least one year of experience related to weddings or hotels is required — ideally including a specific focus on food and beverage. Additional hotel and/or catering experience is a plus. Requires excellent communication, organizational and negotiation skills. Must be able to work independently and coordinate creative marketing operations for the wedding chapel. Computer skills — especially experience with Delphi, Excel, Word and ordering systems — is preferred. Must have good math skills, and the ability to be persuasive and speak clearly and effectively. Ability to work well as part of a team is a must. Also requires a well-groomed appearance. You will be expected to try and pitch some of the resort's optional services, such as spa services, entertainment and photo shoots.

Extra perks: Like any job related to weddings, this one never has a dull moment. Plus, there's the satisfaction of knowing you helped make a couple's special day unforgettable.

Interesting info: The resort's wedding offerings start at a $900 deal for the basic package, all the way up to a $6,500 package that includes a limo and a two-night stay in a two-bedroom suite.

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