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Leisure centre sales manager job

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£20,000 - £22,000
Job sector: leisure centre
Job description:
Job Type: Permanent, 40hours

You will be working closely with the General Manager to manage and deliver membership sales targets and promote events and functions to our current & potential customers.

You must have an excellent track record of sales & marketing in golf/leisure or similar industry. You will have a sound working knowledge of marketing and communications, including social media such as Facebook and Twitter. Commercial awareness and local knowledge will be an advantage.

Good verbal and written communication skills are essential plus design awareness and proven ability to lead & motivate a team. You will be self-motivated and target driven with a focus on KPI’s.

You will be accountable for:
- Liaising with the GM in the formation of the annual forward book budget for functions and golf societies
- Completing regular competitor market analysis
- Formulating an annual marketing plan for functions together with events calendar
- Achieving monthly weekly and daily targets
- Completing monthly activity plan for functions
- Implementing and supporting all Mytime Golf initiatives as required

Please apply with a full CV and covering letter telling us why you make an ideal candidate for the role to Maria Nolan by clicking on ‘apply now’.

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Mytime Active applies its Equal Opportunities Policy at all stages of recruitment and selection. Shortlisting, interviewing and selection is carried out without regard to gender, sexual orientation, marital status, colour, race, nationality, ethnic or national origins, religion or belief, age or trade union membership. Those with disabilities meeting the minimum requirements for the post will be shortlisted and reasonable adjustments will be made to ensure they are not disadvantaged during the interview process.
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