About us

We love live events. We love the excitement, the camaraderie, and the pressure – yes, there’s pressure, because in events, you only get one chance to get it right (and we love that too).

We are communicators, problem solvers, creatives, designers, digital specialists. We are live events aficionados.

And we get around. On any given month, we’re in Shanghai, Barcelona, Cape Town, Dubai, Cannes, San Francisco… and more.

We produce events that leave a lasting impression, for brands, businesses, charities, and governments. Sometimes they make headlines. Sometimes history.
And we do it all with a smile on our faces.

About you

You want a role with variety and you like the idea of joining a dynamic, multi-skilled, international events team.

You want to make an impact. And you have the energy and enthusiasm to do it.

You’re a solutions person. A team player. A clear communicator. And comfortable with international travel.

Most importantly, you want to do work you can be proud of. And maybe, like us, you’re slightly addicted to the feeling of triumph that comes with a huge project seamlessly delivered.

3 men at an event
Bray Leino Events Bristol team

Our latest roles

Check out and apply for our latest vacancies…

Event Project Coordinator
Stratford Upon Avon DOE + Benefits More Less detail

If you’re looking for a foot in the door to the world of live events project management, this is it. Or, if you’re already a dab-hand at organisation and administration and looking for a new challenge, read on…

The role

The Events Project Co-ordinator is a crucial administrative cog in our project team. This is a varied and interesting role that touches almost every aspect of what we do. Keeping us organised and in business, on budget, and on deadline.

You’ll be creating and monitoring schedules, ensuring files are in order, managing purchase orders and invoicing. Working closely with our Project Managers, you’ll make sure they’re prepped for client meetings, and ensure those meetings are properly documented.

There’ll be plenty of communication with suppliers, designers, show organisers – in the UK and around the world – checking requirements, confirming deadlines, finding suppliers, sourcing hotels, travel arrangements, and materials.

And there’ll be opportunities to develop your project management skills on smaller client projects and internal projects.

One thing’s for certain, it won’t be boring.

About you

You have some administrative experience under your belt – or you’ll be able to tell us how your enthusiasm and organisational talent will enable you to smash this job.

Ideally, you know your way around Microsoft Office. Being a clear and confident communicator is crucial. You’ll have no problem making yourself understood – in writing and on the phone – whether you’re talking to colleagues, clients, or suppliers.

But the most important thing – we work on big, complex projects, with tight deadlines and big stakes. So you need to be comfortable working as a member of a close-knit, high performing team.

What we offer

For starters, you get 25 days holiday, which goes up to 29 after 2 years. There’s a company pension scheme, cycle to work scheme, and an extensive employee discount scheme that will save you money on everything from gym memberships to eating out.

We play hard. We throw awesome seasonal staff socials, finish early on Fridays in the summer, and we close down every year between Christmas and New Year.

We’ll look out for your wellbeing. There’s a medical plan that pays cashback on your dental treatment, glasses, physio and things like that; plus, it features an employee assist programme with a 24hr GP hotline and wellbeing support service. And if you refer a friend to come and work for us, we’ll pay you a finder’s fee.

The serious stuff

We take the serious stuff seriously. You’ll be given access to the learning and development you need to grow and progress. And we have clear codes of conduct and policies on issues like equality, diversity & inclusion, and sustainability. So if you have a view or an idea, we’ll want you to be involved in helping us always be better.

If this sounds like something you could see yourself doing, get in touch now – recruitment@brayleinoevents.com

Project Manager
Bristol, Devon or Stratford Upon Avon DOE + Benefits More Less detail

If you’re working in project management or you have project management experience, and you’re looking for something that will inject a whole lot of international showbiz into your professional life, read on…

The role

The thing this role will have more than anything is variety. We run exhibition projects big and small around the world, and each one has a heap of moving parts – designers, suppliers, venues, budgets, clients, deadlines and more… it will not be boring.

We’ll need your project management skills to help us maximise profitability and deliver flawlessly for our clients across a range of projects.

Reporting to the Project Director, you’ll have responsibility for entire projects, continually managing client expectations in line with budgets and timeframes, allocating resources where they’re most keenly required, and keeping a steady hand on the wheel to ensure everything is booked, built, and delivered on time.

About you

You’ll be able to tell us about your previous project management success, ideally in the exhibitions industry – and this will include client, stakeholder, and supplier management.

Being organised, for you, is a way of life. You are hyper-organised, enough to keep multiple plates spinning on multiple projects at the same time. There’ll be international travel, so you’ll be comfortable getting on a plane and discovering new places.

What we offer

For starters, you get 25 days holiday, which goes up to 29 after 2 years. There’s a company pension scheme, cycle to work scheme, and an extensive employee discount scheme that will save you money on everything from gym memberships to eating out.

We play hard. We throw awesome seasonal staff socials, finish early on Fridays in the summer, and we close down every year between Christmas and New Year.

We’ll look out for your wellbeing. There’s a medical plan that pays cashback on your dental treatment, glasses, physio and things like that; plus, it features an employee assist programme with a 24hr GP hotline and wellbeing support service. And if you refer a friend to come and work for us, we’ll pay you a finder’s fee.

The serious stuff

We take the serious stuff seriously. You’ll be given access to the learning and development you need to grow and progress. And we have clear codes of conduct and policies on issues like equality, diversity & inclusion, and sustainability. So if you have a view or an idea, we’ll want you to be involved in helping us always be better.

If this sounds like something you fancy, get in touch now – recruitment@brayleinoevents.com

Production Manager
Bristol DOE + Benefits More Less detail

If you’re looking for an events production job with plenty of variety, opportunities to get creative and develop your skills, travel the world, and discover new places, this is it. We need someone who can show us a solid background in events production, and who’s ready to get stuck in as part of a close-knit team. If that’s you, read on…

The role

Our production team are people that make stuff possible, live events, hybrid or fully online, no matter how big the idea. This role will put you slap bang in the middle of all that, working closely with the Head of Production.

There’ll be travel, domestic and international. We’ll need you on site visits. And you’ll need to know your way around 3D drawings so you can report on what you find and come up with suggestions on how our creative vision can be delivered.

There’ll be multiple projects to juggle, so you’ll need to be organised. And you’ll have a hand in virtually every element, from creative planning, to sourcing production quotes, identifying onsite requirements, RAMS and CDM processes, negotiating with suppliers, and managing logistics and on-site crews.

We are a dynamic, international team who deliver massive projects, then celebrate accordingly. It’ll be busy and no two days will be the same.

About you

You know what it’s like working in live events. You know we only get one chance to get it right. Maybe, like us, that’s one of the reasons you love it. And because of that, you understand how important it is to stay cool as a cucumber when things get busy.

You’ve got some events production experience. Experiential, conferences, gala dinners, or exhibition projects, so you already understand the technical elements involved – like sound, lighting, staging and rigging, exhibition stand build, large format printing, logistics, and health & safety compliance.

Ideally you’ll have a working knowledge of SketchUp 3D software, although we can teach you if not. But next-level organisational skills and great account management are a must, and you’ll be a crystal-clear communicator, whether by email, phone, or face to face with clients, suppliers or colleagues.

What we offer

For starters, you get 25 days holiday, which goes up to 29 after 2 years. There’s a company pension scheme, cycle to work scheme, and an extensive employee discount scheme that will save you money on everything from gym memberships to eating out.

We play hard. We throw awesome seasonal staff socials, finish early on Fridays in the summer, and we close down every year between Christmas and New Year.

We’ll look out for your wellbeing. There’s a medical plan that pays cashback on your dental treatment, glasses, physio and things like that; plus, it features an employee assist programme with a 24hr GP hotline and wellbeing support service. And if you refer a friend to come and work for us, we’ll pay you a finder’s fee.

The serious stuff

We take the serious stuff seriously. You’ll be given access to the learning and development you need to grow and progress. And we have clear codes of conduct and policies on issues like equality, diversity & inclusion, and sustainability. So if you have a view or an idea, we’ll want you to be involved in helping us always be better.

If this sounds like something you fancy, get in touch now – recruitment@brayleinoevents.com

Senior 2D Designer
Bristol DOE+ Benefits More Less detail

If you’re a 2D designer with a strong conceptual track record, this is for you. If you want to work on massive events projects that answer complex briefs, deliver indelible messages, and make international headlines, then this is definitely for you. Read on…

 

The role

We’ll want your creative input across all projects, from pitching to production. There’ll be briefs to answer and a wide variety of channels and formats to work with, from online to experiential.

Coming in at a senior level, you’ll report directly to the Creative Director. There’ll be junior team members to guide and direct. And there’ll be plenty of collaboration with the rest of the creative and event delivery teams to bring your ideas to life in the unique 3D environment of a live event.

About you

A graphic design degree or equivalent is great, but a few years of experience with a good track record in a similar role is more important. You’ll know what it’s like to work in a busy creative team, and you’ll be able to impress us with a portfolio of conceptual thinking and finished work.

Obviously, you’ll know how to use the tools of the trade: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat. And if you’ve got experience using After Effects, that’s a bonus!

You’ll be comfortable having an opinion on colleagues’ ideas, and just as comfortable with opinions on your own. Most importantly, like us, you’ll take professional pride and satisfaction in delivering work that’s as good as it can be.

What we offer

For starters, you get 25 days holiday, which goes up to 29 after 2 years. There’s a company pension scheme, childcare vouchers, cycle to work scheme, and an extensive employee discount scheme that will save you money on everything from gym memberships to eating out.

We play hard. We throw awesome seasonal staff socials, finish early on Fridays in the summer, and we close down every year between Christmas and New Year.

We’ll look out for your wellbeing. There’s a medical plan that pays cashback on your dental treatment, glasses, physio and things like that; plus, it features an employee assist programme with a 24hr GP hotline and wellbeing support service. And if you refer a friend to come and work for us, we’ll pay you a finder’s fee.

The serious stuff

We take the serious stuff seriously. You’ll be given access to the learning and development you need to grow and progress. And we have clear codes of conduct and policies on issues like equality, diversity & inclusion, and sustainability. So if you have a view or an idea, we’ll want you to be involved in helping us always be better.

If this sounds like something you fancy, get in touch now.

Creative Artworker
Bristol DOE + Benefits More Less detail

This is a new opportunity for a creative artworker to join the team at Bray Leino Events. Our projects are complex and diverse. They make international headlines, so we need someone with a great eye to help us make sure our work looks incredible no matter where it’s seen, up in lights, online, or in the news…

So if you’re looking for something to get your creative teeth into, read on…

The role

We’ll want your input on creative decisions across all manner of briefs, and we’ll need you to help us deliver the right look and feel across multiple platforms and formats, brochures, digital and social, infographics, presentation decks.

You’ll be setting up and sense checking files up for print and delivery and working closely with the creative services manager to make sure deadlines are hit.

You’ll be joining an experienced creative team, reporting to our Design Director. This will have elements of creative and technical artworking, so the day-to-day work will be varied, and we’ll often be searching for ways to inject creativity around tight brand guidelines.

About you

You’ll be able show us your design and typographic skills, typesetting and ability to use style sheets. Maybe you’ll explain how you use these skills to solve creative problems and smash jobs out of the park.

Obviously, you’ll know how to use the tools of the trade: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat. And if you’ve got experience using After Effects, that’s a bonus!

Most importantly, you’ll understand what goes into great traditional and contemporary design, across illustration, logos, icons, signage, event graphics. And like us, you’ll take massive professional pride and satisfaction in delivering work that’s as good as it can be.

If this sounds like something you fancy, get in touch now – recruitment@brayleinoevents.com

Senior Event Manager
Bristol DOE + Benefits More Less detail

If you’re ready to take on a senior event management role with an international, award-winning agency, this is for you. We need someone who’s got experience – maybe a lot, maybe just a bit – but crucially, someone who can get stuck in and make things happen as part of a dynamic events team. We create show-stopping, headline-grabbing projects. And we do it all over the world. It’s great!

If you think this sounds like a great opportunity, you’re right. Read on…

The role

This is a brand-new senior role, part of a dynamic team responsible for bringing together all the elements – creation, planning, management and delivery – of large-scale events. We’ll want your operational, creative and strategic input. You’ll need to keep budgets and deadlines on point, and make sure stakeholders, clients, and suppliers are kept happy.

You’ll report to the Event Director, but there’ll be plenty of opportunity for you to take the initiative on your own projects. There’ll be travel (UK and international), problem-solving, adventures, surprises (always), VIPs and celebrities to manage. It’ll be hard sometimes, hilarious often, and satisfying in the way only a top-flight event management job can be.

About you

You’re going to need energy and enthusiasm. Logistics are your bread and butter, and attention to detail runs in your blood. So you’ll be able to tell us about how these qualities have powered your past events victories – How you’ve stayed cool as a cucumber under pressure – How you took responsibility and got the job done when it counted.

Because you only get one chance to deliver a great event, which is part of the reason you love it – like us. But it’s also the fun, the adventure, the creativity, and the chance to do something genuinely special of as part of a great team. If you’ve got love for events, we’re your people.

If this sounds like something you fancy, get in touch now – recruitment@brayleinoevents.com

We’re always on the lookout for talented people to join our team.

If none of the positions are quite right for you but you’re awesome anyway, we’d still like to hear from you.
Please email your CV to recruitment@brayleinoevents.com

Please note, your data will be processed in accordance with our Fair Processing Notice held here.

Bray Leino Events team perks

The basics

  • Company pension scheme
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Refer a friend scheme

Rewarding loyalty

  • Enhanced employer pension contribution after one year’s service
  • Outstanding training and progression

The extras

  • Health plan
  • Employee discount platform
  • Health and wellbeing programme
  • Corporate gym membership discounts
  • Bar-Leino open on Fridays stocked with free beer and cider
  • Salary sacrifice scheme to purchase a new Electric Car

25 days holiday
rising after 2 years to
29 days
(plus bank holidays)

Health Cash Plan
Claim back the costs of
dental, optical, physio
treatments and more

Christmas break
Office closed between
Christmas and New Year

Blogs you might be interested in

Backstage at Bray Leino Events with Ellie Hogg, Senior Event Manager

Ellie Hogg (pictured left) is one of our newest Senior Event Managers. A consummate event professional, she’s been with us since December 2017 – working her way through Event Executive and Event Manager roles with energy, dedication, and style. So who better to give us a quick backstage view on what it’s like working for

See post
Opinion

5 minutes with James

Meet James Butler, our Head of Production!

See Opinion post
News

Antonia makes the 30 under Thirty list

Congratulations to Event Manager Antonia for making it onto the list!

See News post