Do you want to help deliver a bold new vision for UK motorsport? An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Head of Communications to join the national governing body, Motorsport UK.
Motorsport UK represents over 45,000 competitors and volunteers and over 720 clubs at the heart of motorsport. Now, under the leadership of the Chairman David Richards CBE, we are investing in an exciting period of change to drive growth and create a sustainable future for motorsport in the UK.
As our Head of Communications and a growing team, your primary remit is to reach out and engage members, media, B2B and consumer audiences, effectively communicating relevant messaging of our recently launched new purpose.
You will be equally at home strategising, developing the messaging for various channels and getting your sleeves rolled and delivering our content.
Thriving under pressure, you will have ownership of all our communications channels and messaging; from news releases, magazines, member direct mails, website and social media vehicles, and be prepared to manage different relevant messaging that engages and tailored for different audiences and channels.
A qualification in PR, marketing, communications or other relevant degree is highly useful, however a proven 5+ year track record in a similar role will be of equal importance.
It is highly likely that the successful candidate will have some experience both of working within an agency and client side with a commercial rightsholder.
You will have previously worked in sport communications.
More details can be found here.
When applying, please provide a covering letter explaining the highlights of your relevance for the post together with salary expectations and notice period.
Please submit your application via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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