Club Marketing Manager

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Salary
Depends on experience
Contract
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Closing
17 October 2021



Established in 1998 by the Duke of Richmond, the Goodwood Road Racing Club (GRRC) offers its members exclusive benefits across the estate and a year-round calendar of events at Goodwood and beyond, including the GRRC-only Members’ Meeting held at the circuit each spring.

The GRRC Fellowship was introduced in 2017 and is the only route to upgrade to become a full GRRC Member. Along with its own special year-round benefits, the Fellowship is an integral part of the Club, with a growing community of like-minded motorsport enthusiasts.

Working alongside the GRRC membership team, you will be responsible for the strategy and execution of all club marketing activity to meet P&L objectives, with the support and leadership of the Senior Marketing & PR Manager, as well as the General Manager for the GRRC. You will also manage the Club Marketing Executive, who will help you deliver your annual marketing plans.

Ultimately you will be responsible for the year-round retention and acquisition marketing strategy for the GRRC, the marketing sales strategy for the annual Members’ Meeting event, and own the launch and onward marketing of any new club initiatives.

Confident and commercially-savvy, you will have the ability to hit budget targets, but also bring a high standard of communication and creativity to our Club activity. You will be surrounded by friendly teams across the Goodwood business, who have a passion for delivering exceptional customer and member experiences.


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