• Team For Bike The Night

    Job Locations CA-BC
    Posted Date 1 week ago(8/12/2019 5:19 PM)
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    Bike The Night Team


    Inventa is looking for a small team to help bring to life the amenities offered by a local hotel chain by holding a variety of events in and around the lower mainland. For example this hotel chain offers bicycles to their guests, so we are activating at an event involving bicycles. We are looking for 1 Supervisor as well as 4 Representatives to pro-actively engage with the public, provide key messaging about the brand and amenities, set up and tear down and use a customized digital randomizer to provide visitors with the chance to win some amazing prizes including overnight stays at the hotel chain. Our Supervisor must have a full driver’s license and be willing and able to drive a 16 foot truck. 



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    Location: Sunset Beach, Vancouver.


    Our rates are competitive and will be discussed with selected applicants.



    Training: TBC- Week of September 2nd..Attendance will be mandatory

    Sup & 1 Rep only-Friday Sept. 6th 11-3pm (4 hours)

    Activate: Saturday Sept. 7th   3-11pm (8 hours)

    Sup & 1 Rep  only -Sunday Sept. 8th  11-3pm (4 hours)



    Interested? Please select the blue ‘apply for this job online’  button in the upper right hand side of this page and ensure you answer the application questions. 

    If you are currently working a different program for Inventa  please ensure you indicate this in the text fields provided in the application process so the Recruiter can clear your availability with the in-office teams. Due to the high volume of responses we receive from our applicants we can only follow up with selected candidates. We tend to give preference to Inventa Alumni who are in good standing with the agency and those who meet all the program requirements and have the most availability for shifts lists.




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