The mission of the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board (LATCB) is to advance the prosperity of L.A.'s visitor economy and the livelihoods that depend on it. A 501(c)6 non-profit organization, LATCB works globally to promote Los Angeles to the meetings and convention industry, the individual leisure traveler and the travel trade/media.
We recognize that our success as an organization is dependent on the success of our individual team members, and our goal is to recruit, develop and retain employees of the highest caliber. We invite talented professionals seeking a career in destination sales and marketing to submit their resumes for any of the open roles listed below.
When applying for a position, please note the specific job requirements for each role, including education, prior experience and specific skill sets.
To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to [email protected], noting the position title in the subject line. Due to the volume of applications that we receive, we are unable to respond to each individual submission and cannot accept phone inquiries. We appreciate your understanding and look forward to hearing from you.
Current opportunities at LATCB include:
Job Summary: The Destination Sales Director, Hotel Sales, China MICE will report to the Vice President, Hotel Sales and is responsible for managing a pre-selected international end-user/third-party buyer portfolio consisting of Self-contained MICE Meetings accounts within their assigned international geographical region. The DSD will also serve as an active liaison/contact for all Lead Hotel members within the destination of Los Angeles, and for the entire portfolio of TMD and non-TMD Lead Hotels when required.
Job Summary: The Director, Tourism - China reports to the Senior Director, Tourism (based in Los Angeles) and is responsible for developing and executing a travel trade plan focused on programming in LA. The position is based in Los Angeles and knowledge of the destination is required. The ideal candidate will possess a thorough understanding of the China inbound market to LA, LA-based tourism providers (i.e. receptive operators), and LA-based stakeholder needs. In addition, he/she will have DMO and/or tourism industry marketing experience, ability to speak and write Mandarin a plus, and be able to travel for the role.
Job Summary: The Financial Analyst will report to the Manager, Financial Analysis & Reporting and is responsible for assisting in the preparation of recurring and ad hoc financial analyses, collecting and inputting data for biannual operating budgets and monthly reporting, and assisting in monthly reconciliations.
Job Summary: Develops, plans and implements communications programs to generate positive publicity for L.A. in key international media outlets. Manages international agencies and 3-person team. Reports to Vice President, Global Communications.
Job Summary: The Coordinator, International Communications supports the Manager, International Communications with the visiting journalist program (VJP), including such activities as the vetting of media requests, coordination of activities, itineraries and travel arrangements. Participates in the actual hosting of journalists. Interacts with agency partners on VJP items. Performs various media relations activities.