We have a fantastic opportunity to join the team at the Irish Racing Yearbook and the G1 Bloodstock Review as our Marketing and Sales Manager. This is a pivotal leadership role that will involve overseeing the marketing of the yearbook, growing sales and maximising advertising revenues.
The Irish Racing Yearbook is the definitive Irish horse racing annual, established in 2003 and each year since its inception the book has grown from strength to strength. With many respected figures in the racing media from Ireland and overseas contributing excellent articles combined with wonderful photography the Irish Racing Yearbook captures the highlights of the racing and breeding year.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Develop and execute marketing strategy and manage the marketing budget.
Proactively research, identify and generate new industry and non-industry advertisers and partners while maintaining existing advertiser and partnership relations.
Work directly with the editor and publisher to design and implement key marketing campaigns.
Conduct analysis to determine the effectiveness of each marketing campaign, and report key findings to stakeholders.
Build and manage the company’s social media profiles and presence, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, website and additional channels that may be deemed relevant.
Excellent communication, organisation, customer service and writing skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
An understanding of digital marketing tools and tactics.
Entrepreneurial attitude, proactive and tenacity to always look for better things.
The capacity to work under pressure and meticulous attention to detail.
Previous experience in a similar position and an interest in horse racing is preferred, but not essential.
Competitive salary based on experience.
Please apply with your full CV and a covering letter to John Fleming at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 056 7761504. The closing date for applications is the 9th May. We reserve the right to bring this date forward should we receive a large volume of applicants.