Full-Time The Cricket Club of India hiring for Chief Executive Officer
The Cricket Club of India Ltd, is a Premier Sporting Institution in South Mumbai with a huge member base and supporting staff is inviting applications for the post of Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The Club facilities include 40 guest rooms. 4 restaurants, 2 banquet halls. Apart from the famous Brabome Stadium, we have world class facilities across various sports.
The Cricket Club of India seeking for Chief Executive Officer
Post Name: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
1) The CEO will head the overall Club Administration.
2) Work closely with the administrative and support staff.
3) He will also liaise with the Board of Directors.
4) Interact with the members of the Club periodically.
5) Any other task which may be assigned to him by the Board from time to time.
An experience of 15 to 20 years working in senior positions of a large organization, the successful candidate should also have professional and inter-personal skills, including leadership and vision. Preference would be given to retired officers from the services in the rank of Brigadier and above or their equivalent and persons with background in Hospitality Industry with last posting at Senior level of any 5 Star Hotel.
– The Appointment will be on contractual basis reporting to the Board.
– Remuneration will be on par with that of similar institutions and would include suitable accommodation in the vicinity of the Club.
Candidates fulfilling the above criteria are requested to apply with full particulars to firstname.lastname@example.org within 15 days.
Candidates from outside the city will be reimbursed Economy class airfare for the purpose of attending the interview.
Stadium House, Veer Nariman Road,
Churchgate, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400020
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