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PowerPlay Golf Is Recruiting


Help! We need high performance people to join us – and fast.

We are PowerPlay Golf, driven by Saab, and we need reinforcements after our first event at Celtic Manor drew amazingly large TV audiences around the world.

Next stops are China and the USA, this year, with more superstars lining up to play our two-flag game. With many more such events planned for 2012 and beyond, we need brilliant people to help us manage the global growth of PowerPlay Golf. Google us to find out more…

We need three people initially, but we expect our team will grow further later this year.

Right now, we’re asking for applications to fill the following roles:

  • Sales & Marketing Manager – up to £40k plus bonus
  • Sales & Marketing Executive – up to £25k plus bonus
  • Club Services Executive – up to £25k plus bonus

What do we need from you?

For the Sales & Marketing jobs: merely creative genius, a high standard of written English, demonstrable previous successes, and the word ‘digital’ running through your veins – and a passion for golf (or at the very least, sport). The job? Create and manage the demand for PowerPlay Golf among 36k golf clubs and 56m golfers worldwide. Plus manage our digital platforms, including our website, databases, mobile Apps, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube channels, and video games.

Your only problem will be – what to do in the afternoons?

For the Club Services job, again a high standard of written English and ‘digital’ running through those veins plus – essentially – the ability to communicate successfully with people who run golf clubs worldwide. PowerPlay Golf makes golfers want to play golf more often, and your job will be to help golf club operators to capitalise on that.

Don’t delay! We’ll start interviewing in mid-July.

CVs and emails can be sent in confidence to Jacqui Baldwin (jacqui@powerplay-golf.com).

Website: www.powerplay-golf.com (there’s a new one coming in September 2011).

 

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