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Employment Opportunity - Gunnedah Jockey Club (Manager)

Gunnedah Jockey Club is currently seeking applications for the position of Manager.

The Club is one of the leading Racing NSW Country Clubs conducting eight thoroughbred race meetings each year as well as hosting a variety of functions and events at the racecourse.

The successful applicant will continue the strong progress of the Club and manage all aspects of business operations.

As Manager, you will work effectively with, and be responsible to, the Chairman and the Board of the Jockey Club.

To be considered for the position you will have the ability to forge effective working relationships at all levels including industry participants, sponsors and members, excellent leadership, communication, organisational, management and administration skills are essential and fundamental knowledge of, or genuine interest in, the racing industry is desired.

A remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful applicant. Applications for the position together with your CV should be forwarded to:

gunnedahjockeyclub2380@gmail.com

Applications close Saturday, 20th July 2019.

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