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Luxury Middle East Resort seeks Sales Professional

12.39am 7th April 2010 - People - This story was updated on Thursday, June 17th, 2010

Sharjah Golf & Shooting Club offers a premier one-stop venue for a vast range of recreational facilities both indoor and outdoor. It offers a unique opportunity to get away from the hustle of the city, yet is conveniently located immediately off the Emirates Road and within 30 minutes drive of central Dubai, all areas of Sharjah, Ajman and Umm Al Quwain.

Sharjah Golf and Shooting Club

Sharjah Golf & Shooting Club is the first fully grassed golf course in Sharjah and boasts a 9 hole, fully floodlit golf course which enables play well into the evening. Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Peter Harradine, if played twice, this wall to wall grass oasis will provide a par 72 layout that stretches in excess of the 7,300 yard mark. Described as a pleasure to play but a challenge to par, the course features between 5 and 7 different tees on every hole, vast water features, large and challenging bunkers and unique undulations; all of which ensure this golfing paradise offers a fair but tough test to every level of golfer and one you will relish time and time again.

CMM the leading executive search firm within the golf industry have been appointed to recruit a Golf Business Development & Sales Manager for this luxury resort in the Middle East. This exciting, diverse and challenging position requires a motivated and organised sales professional who is looking to develop and work within this unique operation.

If you would like to register your interest in the position, please contact David Griffin, Head of Research, at CMM dgriffin@coltmm.com, or alternatively register your details on the CMM website www.coltmm.com

Sharjah Golf & Shooting Club www.golfandshootingshj.com

       

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