General Manager – Waitemata Golf Club
Waitemata Golf Club is situated in Devonport on the North Shore of Auckland and requires a new General Manager. Our present General Manager is retiring. The position reports to the Chairman and Board of Management and oversees the daily running of the club.
· Implementation of strategic, business, marketing and financial plans.
· Budgeting, financial performance and legal compliance.
· Management of staff and contractors.
· Marketing of club and growth of membership.
· Sponsorship and grants funding.
· Maintaining and growing relationships within the community, council and sporting associations.
· Enhancing the golf experience for all members and visitors.
· Business operations background with strong financial and technology skills.
· A record of successful leadership and stakeholder focus.
· Excellent communication and relationship skills.
· Computer literacy and knowledge of social media.
Key Performance Measures:
· Membership retention and growth.
· Green Fee and Corporate Day promotion.
· Cost control and management of budget.
Waitemata Golf Club is over 110 years old with a strong membership of around 800. It presents as a flat, easy walking course with affordable fees. Many enhancements in recent years have made it attractive and playable 12 months a year.
We are seeking a leader who has proven skills to build on these many attributes. While a background in golf management is preferable we will consider anyone who has proven skills in a similar organisation.
If you wish to apply please email your CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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