PSAV relies on a talented team of professionals to provide clients with exceptional event experiences.
Our sales team provides front line exposure, not only bringing in new events, but also working with clients to ensure everything goes as planned. Our event technicians provide the experience, working with the latest technology to make sure every cue is hit and meeting or event a success. Our corporate staff, located in offices throughout the United States and Canada, makes us the leader in the industry by providing essential finance, IT, marketing and human resources support.
Working at PSAV provides global opportunities with locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe. Our dedicated employees work in corporate offices, large hotel and convention center properties, and small hotels and meeting rooms. They may travel with customers, work as part of a large hospitality team or represent PSAV as a sole representative at a small meeting facility.
Regardless of the location, scenario or job title, all of our employees are responsible for making us the leading event technology company in the industry.Working together, PSAV’s employees are responsible for positive experiences. Our customers rely on us for everything to go as planned, and we take pride in making sure that happens, whether we are servicing a small meeting, lighting a live event, or pinning a lavaliere mic to the President of the United States of America.
I have been working at PSAV full-time
Upward mobility, experience with high end audio visual equipment, plenty of opportunity to work at other locations when home location is short on hours.
Some times short staffed due to management cutting back on labor due to backend pnl's. Disorganized at times. Some of the internal labor force feel entitled to positions or pay raises without following up on completing the job requirements of their position.
Advice to Management
Pay attention to those that are hard working and going above and beyond the position that they are actually in. If an employee is doing the job of a salary position, but being paid hourly, or at a lower rate, then that's a problem.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at PSAV.
Met with a director and sales manager for the hotel. They were very nice to meet with and had very pointed questions regarding my experience with budget and price sensitive clients. They asked me how much I would take for a salary offer after I asked how much the starting pay was. Focused on me working weekends but also wanting me to do floor operations during the slow times.
Reasons for Declining
The pay was not enough to justify the work.
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