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 Senior Digital Producer leads large interactive projects and is responsible for their success relevant to timeline, budget, scope while meeting business requirements and strategy. Moreover, the Senior Digital Producer will maintain, strengthen, and grow relationships with key clients through thorough management of medium to large projects, excellent and constant communication and exceptional planning and organization. The Senior Digital Producer is responsible for leading and managing the efforts of cross-functional teams to effectively deliver upon contracted deliverables and client expectations.
Job Summary: You live and breathe design. You geek out over interface and user experience design, mobile and app design and creating social content and media. You also excel at typography, color, editorial design, logo design, illustration, and visual storytelling in digital media. You practice strong conceptual design thinking as opposed to style without substance, yet you stay current on digital design trends and platforms. You’re a problem solver and an innovator with a keen attention to detail. Discover Los Angeles is looking for smart, collaborative creatives who are passionate about making inspiring, beautiful, award-winning work. Los Angeles, the creative capital of the world, is our brand — and we represent it to visitors around the globe. We’re building a new in-house creative agency and now is an exciting time to join us.
Job Summary: Discover Los Angeles is developing an in-house creative department and requires a project manager with a substantial advertising agency background managing multiple teams and projects. In this role, you will be responsible for the day-to-day management of eight distinct brands—ensuring all projects are executed on time, on budget and within the established brand guidelines, from creative development to production. You will also supervise and allocate time and bandwidth for the creative team, both individually and collectively, to manage the expectations of our clients and our creative resources. This role will be new for the company at large, therefore a level of education and proactive collaboration will be required on your part to confidently inform senior clients of process and scheduling. You will need to possess strong interpersonal capabilities and strong communication skills, specifically with an ability to talk to clients and stakeholders with clarity and assertiveness. Attention to detail, sharp organizational skills, a sense of urgency and a passion for the creative process are all required.
Job Summary: You are a master at the craft of print and digital production. You have an expert knowledge of printing and digital processes and preparing assets for final execution and delivery. You can read, interpret, and follow up on specs for all sorts of creative projects big and small, and are a team player when it comes to collaborating with art directors and vendors. You’re an expert user of Adobe Creative Suite. You’re a problem solver and an innovator with a keen attention to detail.
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.
Job Summary: The Senior 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: The Manager, Tourism will be responsible for overseeing the receptive tour operator accounts in developing unique programs that layer with our international efforts as well as take lead with any familiarization tours from our European, Middle East and India offices. Report directly to the Senior Director, Tourism.
Job Summary: The Coordinator, International Tourism Asia will provide administrative support for the International Department and manage the day-to-day tasks with direction from the Senior Director that oversees China, Japan, South Korea and Australia.. Must be bilingual in English and Chinese.
Job Summary: The Accounts Payable Clerk is responsible to review and enter invoices and check requests into NetSuite, ensure all invoices and check requests are properly authorized and adequate supporting documentation is attached and assist with other accounts payable duties. This position reports to the Director of Accounting.
Job Summary: This is a part-time position. Must be available to work from either 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. or 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.