Commercial / Events Manager

Recruiter
Location
Fareham
Salary
£30000 per annum
Posted
06 Apr 2017
Closes
21 Apr 2017
Ref
FC206
Contact
Sharron Probert
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Commercial Manager

Fareham, Hampshire

Salary: £30,000 per annum plus 5% bonus against agreed targets

Hours of Work: Full Time

Contract Type: Permanent

Closes on: Friday 21 April 2017



Fareham College is the pre-eminent provider of further education and professional training in the Fareham and Gosport Area. We provide a wide range of vocational, academic, and occupational courses to 14-19 year-old students and to adult learners. A £14m redevelopment of the Bishopsfield Road campus provides students, staff and the surrounding community with an exceptional learning facility.

We are looking for an experienced Commercial Manager to work alongside the Director of Finance and Funding, to promote the Colleges extensive facilities to local businesses and individuals, these include cafés, staff lounge, restaurants, gym, sports hall, hairdressing and beauty therapy salons.

We wish to promote premises hire, lettings, conference rooms, theatre, music rehearsal rooms, music recording studio etc.

You will need to have an HND or HNC within a relevant subject such as Events Management and excellent business acumen, possibly from a hospitality background. The ability to motivate a team is essential and you will be responsible for overseeing internal and external commercial activities and events for the College, so customer service is key.

In return we offer some excellent benefits:

Local Government Pension scheme, 30 days annual leave exclusive of bank holidays, free on-site gym, Staff lounge, Staff development opportunities, Staff recognition scheme, Employee Recommendation Incentive and access to many more benefits.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a commercially driven Event Manager.

Interview Date: Friday 5th May 2017

To apply, please follow jobboard instructions, you will then receive an email from us with our application form.