Position Vacant: NFNL Business Development Manager

Published on Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The Northern Football Netball League (NFNL) invites applications for a part-time role (three days per week) of Business Development Manager.

The NFNL is seeking a Business Development Manager who will deliver outcomes based on the league’s commercial and business objectives.

The successful applicant will be responsible for managing the relationships with current NFNL partners, as well as generating net revenue streams through external resources, whilst continuing to build the NFNL brand through its football and netball operations.

Written applications should address the following key selection criteria:

– Business and financial management experience
– Experience in developing and managing stakeholder relationships
– Strong commercial and negotiation skills
– Excellent marketing, communication and presentation skills

The position will be based in the NFNL office in Greensborough, and the salary package is:

– $28K inc. superannuation
– Commission on all new partnerships
– Mobile phone allowance

A position description can be obtained by clicking on the link below:

DOWNLOAD: NFNL Business Development Manager – Position Description

Written applications must be received by email via the address supplied below by close of business on Friday 23rd February, 2018.

Business Development Manager
Email: pmcdougall@nfnl.org.au

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