Events & Hospitality

Event & Conference Staffing Solutions in Denver

Meetings, conventions, sports, concerts, and other large-scale events are a big part of any city. In Denver, the hub for the Rocky Mountain Region that connects people across states, events are a large part of the economy. Denver’s vibrant event season – which typically is in its height from May to October each year – provides ample temporary jobs and exceptional entertainment for the city and state.

Events, whether large or small, require a specific skill set to ensure that they run smoothly and successfully. Roles for those working on events range from those managing and running the show to those working registration desks or booths. While some of the roles may be larger than others, each one is vital to ensure the success of an event.

Event Staffing

Event companies around the world host events and conferences in the Denver metro area. With two exceptional event venues – The Colorado Convention Center and Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center – each located in convenient areas for accessing the city and airport, Denver is an inviting, centralized location for events of all sizes. J. Kent Staffing is lucky to have worked with some amazing event companies, assisting in the success of multiple events throughout the city. Our seasoned event staff, fully vetted and interviewed by our expert team of Recruiters, have aided in the success of large and small scale events.

J. Kent Staffing has aided local, national and international event companies for over 50 years. We know the business and have an experienced pool of talented candidates ready to work towards your success. Learn about various positions in the world of Hospitality & Events below to find your next gig or temporary staffing solution!

Types of Events & Required Skill Sets

Events have a wide range, and each one requires different skill sets and knowledge to operate smoothly. Staff who are experienced in serving and waiting tables are better suited to weddings while staff who are experienced in customer service and handling large crowds are better suited for conferences. Even employees who manage large events and ensure their success need differing skillsets depending on the type of event they’re hosting. Sometimes nonprofit experience or insider knowledge of the sports world is necessary to ensure an event’s successful run.

Some of the common skills that event staff need are as follows:

If your company needs expert event staffing, J. Kent Staffing is here to help.

With our extensive pool of candidates specializing in various roles in this field, we know how to match the right candidate with the right company. To learn more about our services, send us a Contact Us or if you’re ready to find your next great hire, use the Fill a Position form to start the process!


Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics

NAICS Code: 71 - Arts, Entertainment & Recreation
72 - Accommodation & Food Services

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