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Be part of the largest women?s sporting event held in Aotearoa, Join the team hosting the first of 3 Women?s World Cups over the next 2 years.Held every 4 years, the ICC Women?s Cricket World Cup is the pinnacle of women?s cricket globally – and the next installment is to be hosted right here, in New Zealand, in March and April 2022. More than 180 million people around the world watched the 2017 tournament, and this is set to increase next year, with every match broadcast live for the first time. The Local Organising Committee has been established to deliver the tournament, in partnership with the ICC and New Zealand Cricket. We?re a passionate team who are growing fast. We?re looking for a Corporate and Community Sales Coordinator to join us and support the Sales team and the wider Marketing and Communications team. In this role you will be: Delivering a successful sales strategy for the tournament, aimed at maximising ticketing sales, attendance and fan engagement Responsible for direct sales to the wider community and corporates Establishing and managing relationships with key audiences and stakeholders Ideally, you?ll have a host of relevant experience, including: Experience in sales, including direct sales, specifically with large-scale sporting events Innovation around tailored sales approach for specific audiences Experience managing and influencing a range of internal and external stakeholders You?ll also possess the following attributes: You have strong sales and stakeholder management skills You are a natural problem-solver and self-starter You are highly organised and prioritise your time We are a high-performance organisation. To join us, you?ll share our passion, focus and determination to deliver a world class tournament. This is a rare chance to be part of the team behind a major international event. The ICC Women?s Cricket World Cup 2022 is the largest women?s sporting event ever held in New Zealand, placing it at the forefront of the growth of women?s sport, both in New Zealand and globally. For the full job description, please email [email protected]