At criterion a ‘Bell Ringer’ is an employee who consistently goes above and beyond to deliver wins and results that benefit the wider team or business as a whole. They understand the bigger picture and are working collaboratively to maximize their contribution and the success of others. Their enthusiasm and impact is so visible their peers and colleagues nominate them for our monthly recognition award.
Meet some of our amazing employees and Bell Ringers.
I’d worked in sales for a few years, and wanted to work somewhere with a product I could be more passionate about, somewhere I would always be learning and where I could have a better earning potential. With the range of events in different sectors, paired with the comms structure, criterion ticked the boxes for me.
At the time, I was looking for opportunities to compliment my university education. Criterion Conferences had a vacant position and I thought it would be a great opportunity to find out more about the organisation. From the moment I stepped into the doors, I knew that Criterion would be a perfect fit!
I’d just graduated from uni and was looking to jump into something new, challenging, exciting – and a little bit out of the box! I’d never heard of conference producing as a job before and it sounded like the perfect job for someone who loves exploring current issues and bringing people together.
Delegate Sales Manager
I joined Criterion as I was influenced by Joal to try and get a job here, probably so he could get a referral bonus!
I joined Criterion for a new challenge and a step up in my career.
Criterion Corporate Giving Committee
Annie, Rosie, Erika, Will, Nev, Laura & Ash
With the growth of our organisation and our core values of Quality, Energy, Leadership and Innovation, we aim to raise awareness and make a difference to causes close to our hearts through a series of events, with a major focus on having fun!
Content & Social Media Marketer
I joined Criterion shortly after moving to Australia earlier this year. I had never worked in events before and the buzz of being involved in 90 conferences a year across such a diverse range of topics and industries really appealed to me. I also heard great things about the company culture and the people I would be working with.
I joined Criterion because I saw a great opportunity to work for an organisation that provided opportunity for growth.
I joined Criterion because I had a research and events background and loved how Criterion aligned both of these elements to create evidenced, interactive and creative conferences. Plus in my interview I could tell I would get on well with the team as we had a few giggles.
I joined criterion a year ago to pursue a change in career direction – in sales. I was tired of working in my previous role and wanted to take on a new challenge where my earning potential was in my own hands.