Head of Strategy & Planning
Head of Strategy and Planning
£disclosed on application
A leading football club is looking for a an exceptional commercial marketing strategist with responsibility for delivering strategic evaluation of all business channels (ticketing, hospitality, membership et al) and drive commercial growth. You will be responsible for business and financial modelling, drive all research and analysis and manage the annual budget process resulting in accurate and realistic budgets.
Our Ideal Candidate
You will be in an existing strategic planning role, possibly in an ad agency, possibly management consultancy, with a track record of delivering tangible and actionable insights from a variety of sources of research. You will be an outstanding communicator with impressive presentation skills which are likely to be tested thoroughly in the recruitment process. You will have experience working in pressured environments and delivering against challenging timelines, influencing key stakeholders along the way. You must be a blend of a detailed analytical mind with an open and engaging communication style.
This is a world famous sporting brand which transcends sport and geography. Associate yourself with a winning team and a winning brand in a lively, buzzing office proving that this team can be as classy off the pitch as they are on the pitch.
The Tarsh Partnership is committed to finding the right roles for talented candidates. We are a leading name in marketing recruitment and have significant marketing recruitment experience working with brand management, communications, category management and insight / research specialists. If you would like to discuss this role, or any other roles that might be suitable, please e-mail or call one of the team now on 020 7849 6875.
If you don’t feel this role is quite right for you but think you know someone who might be suitable do please pass this advert on. We do offer a recommend a friend scheme and you could receive £200 of John Lewis vouchers should your recommended friend be offered and accept the role.