Sales Events Co-ordinator
Maternity Cover, August 2013 – January 2014. Salary commensurate with experience.
Lancashire County Cricket Club is a prestigious International and County Cricket organisation. With our £40m redevelopment project nearly complete, we will be offering extensive conference, banqueting and corporate hospitality facilities. We are looking for an enthusiastic, committed individual to join our Sales & Events team to ensure the continued successful growth of this part of our business.
We require an experienced Event Sales Coordinator to cover a period of maternity leave to handle and generate new enquiries and bookings, produce proposals and conduct show-rounds. You will work as part of the Conference & Events team ensuring the sales targets and profits are met, and most importantly that customer satisfaction is exceeded.
This role requires you to be able demonstrate previous experience of performance within a sales environment for conferences, events, meetings and exhibitions. Comfortable both in generating leads but with a particular focus on conversion, a strong track record of delivery of individual and team sales targets, generating new business and retaining return business and ideally a network of clients and customers worked with previously.
You must be computer literate, with good administration skills, well organised, capable of working to deadlines, with a conscientious attitude to providing excellent customer service, confident in dealing with a wide range of customers. Flexibility over working hours as there will be evenings and weekends involved.
To apply, please send your CV, with details of your current salary to Joanne Hunt, Human Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org. The short listing process will be ongoing until the closing date; it is highly recommended you make your application at the earliest opportunity. No Agencies.
Closing date for applications 5th July 2013.
Lancashire County Cricket Club is an equal opportunities employer.
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