Who We Are
Charlton Athletic Football Club is an English professional association football club based in Charlton, south-east London. The Club currently competes in League One, the third tier of English football. The club was founded on 9 June 1905 and has a very storied history from rising to the Top-Flight of English Football in the 1930.s (First Division) and again in the 1980’s Premier League) to winning the FA Cup in the 1940’s and to leaving the Valley Ground in the mid 1980’s only to make an impassioned return in 1992. Charlton can be truly described as a Family Club.
This position drives the commercial sales and new business opportunities on a day to day basis. The role is responsible for achieving and exceeding all sales revenue targets through effective sales and marketing initiatives required to optimise revenues and maximise profits. The role is focused around finding and engaging new business and general match to match and seasonal sales. The post-holder also account manages all new contacts.
What Will You Get From Us?
We offer you a fantastic opportunity to work in a fact-paced, ambitious dynamic Football Club. In addition, we offer you the follow benefits:
CAFC is committed to the principle of equal opportunity and its policies for recruitment, selection, training, development and promotion are designed to ensure that no job applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of race, colour, nationality, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, ethnic and national origin, disability or gender reassignment
Formed in 1905 by a group of local teenagers, Charlton Athletic rapidly grew, creating decades of history that our supporters can be truly proud of. From our rise to the top flight in the 1930s and winning the FA Cup in the 1940s, to leaving The Valley in the 1980s and the fans leading the fight to come home in the 1990s.
Charlton have had a number of preferred nicknames over the years including the ‘Valiants’ and the ‘Robins’, but the ‘Addicks’ is the one that has stuck.