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Cricket Professional – Giggleswick School

Cricket Professional 

Start date: April 2015 or earlier                      

We are seeking to appoint an outstanding part-time cricket coach to supervise player development at all levels.

Giggleswick has a strong cricketing tradition, excellent facilities and an ambition to succeed.


For further details please contact

The Director of Sport, Dan Cook, Giggleswick School, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 0DE

tel:  01729 893135      email:


Giggleswick School is committed to safeguarding & promoting the welfare of children and young people. 

The School is a Registered Charity No 1109826 



Full-time English Teacher– Sedbergh School

An enthusiastic and well qualified Teacher of English is required for September 2015, to teach Years 9-13 inclusive. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate a love of literature and will possess the skills to inspire this passion in our pupils.

Sedbergh is thriving and growing in numbers thanks to the calibre and commitment of its staff. It is a busy Boarding School and strong community where opportunities abound, particularly in Sport and Outdoor Pursuits. Experience in these areas is welcomed. Accommodation is likely to be available and the School has its own salary scale and allowance.

An Application Form and further details may be obtained from the Headmaster’s PA ( We look forward to hearing from you.

The closing date for applications is Friday 30 January 2015.
Interviews will be held during the week commencing Monday 9 February 2015. 

Cricket Coach Esher Cricket Club

Cricket Coach 
Esher Cricket Club

Esher Cricket Club, based in Surrey, is seeking an experienced Player / Coach for the 2015 season.  The successful candidate will need to be UKCC L2 qualified or above and able to play in the Surrey Championship leagues as a Non-Overseas Player. The club have a thriving youth section with over 500 members; the successful applicant will be part of the coaching team delivering a programme during weekday evenings, Sunday mornings and holiday coaching courses.  

Salary to be agreed.

Please contact Geoff Ellis at  for application and further information. 




Denstone College logoDenstone College continues to enjoy growth in pupil numbers, academic achievement and sporting success. We therefore seek teaching professionals of the highest calibre who can meet the expectations and ambitions of our thriving school.

We are currently seeking a passionate and inspiring individual to direct cricket coaching and player development at all levels and to ensure our continued success in inter-school competitions and on the national stage.

It is expected that you will hold a level 3 ECB coaching award and will have coached and/or played cricket to a high standard.

A willingness to be fully involved in College life is essential as is the ability to coach at least one other competitive sport in the Michaelmas term and Lent terms.

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National Women’s Head Coach and Performance Pathway Manager– Cricket Ireland



Having advertised this role in October, Cricket Ireland did not find a suitable candidate, and hence the position is now re-advertised.

The National Women’s Head Coach and Performance Pathway Manager will lead and coach the senior women’s, emerging players’ and youth programme.  The position will manage the senior squad assistant coach and team manager, and assistant coaches and managers of the Ireland girls under 19 and 17 squads. 

In conjunction with the National Academy Manager, you will coach individual academy players and together with the academy coaches will help recruit and develop the most talented young female players from schools and clubs.  From time to time, you will also manage consultant specialist coaches and support staff helping support and develop the women’s programme.

You will work in conjunction with Cricket Ireland’s key partners and stakeholders, in particular those who help fund the women’s programme, such as Sport Northern Ireland; the Irish Sports Council; their respective Institutes of Sport; the ICC; and other relevant organisations. 

The role will introduce, implement and update policies, programmes and practices that will improve the way in which talented female cricketers are identified, selected and developed.

Download the complete Job Description:

If this opportunity interests you, please email a CV and covering letter detailing why you believe you have the skills and experience to undertake this role.  Please email to  

Closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 9th January 2015.

Should you be successful in making the short-list following the application process, please note that interviews will take place on 15th & 16th January 2015. 



As part of our club restructuring and in line with our plans for the future we have a vacancy for a Senior club coach.

This is a new position and the successful candidate will be an experienced coach, qualified to a minimum of ECB level 3 or 2 with senior club background and ideally will be someone who is still able to play at a senior level (player/coach).

The successful applicant will be expected to lead and coordinate the coaching of adults and older juniors (16+) working alongside the other club coaches. The coach will also develop the performance of younger players.

The Senior Coach will report to the Club Cricket Manager and will work as part of a management team to develop our strategy for advancing the club’s cricket program at the senior and junior level.

This will be a paid position (hours and salary are negotiable).

Important skills: Good communicator, Reliable and responsible, Leads by example, Enthusiastic, Good management and organisational skills, Friendly and approachable.

For further details please contact Ian Kemish, Cricket Manager on


Hong Kong Cricket Association — CEO

The Hong Kong Cricket Association (HKCA) invites applications for the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to commence employment in 2015. 

HKCA is recruiting a CEO to become the executive head of the organization, responsible for leading a programme of transformation. It is the first time such a senior position will be appointed, and signifies the ambition of the HKCA to drive cricket forward from significant grass roots level in terms of participation, funding and facilities. 

The CEO will be responsible for developing and implementing major development plans at all levels of cricket, and in doing so, improving the commercial performance of the Association.

The CEO will also enjoy the support of a dedicated team including a Director of Cricket, a General Manager and an Executive Committee committed to growth. 

Cricket has been played in Hong Kong for over 160 years, but there is an opportunity for significant growth. The CEO will be expected to achieve transformational results in key areas including, but not limited to, the growth of cricket participation amongst the Hong Kong Chinese population and also the commercial performance required to fund such growth. 

Download the full Job Description.

If this opportunity interests you, please email a CV and covering letter; detailing why you believe you have the skills and experience to undertake this role to

Player/Coach at Coventry and North Warwickshire CC

Player/Coach at Coventry and North Warwickshire CC

Coventry and North Warwickshire CC are looking to take on a player/coach for next season. The club is in a beautiful setting and boasts a wide array of sports and clubs, including it’s 4 senior teams and colts ranging from 9-17.

They are looking for an ex-pro who can bring his experience and talent to further improve the club and it’s players. Offering between £5k and £7k, it is a great opportunity to carry on playing the game while trying your hand at coaching.

For anyone interested, please contact Dave Robinson on 07824 611914 or email him at

Cricket Development Office – WHCC


Cricket Development Office – Winchmore Hill Sports Club



Winchmore Hill Sports Club is situated in North London. Established in 1880, the club was a founder of the Middlesex County Cricket League and as recently as 2012, won the Premier League. The club runs five Saturday sides and uniquely boasts three pitches on its own site.

The role requires the successful candidate to run the playing side of the cricket section. They will be required to set a framework for both the junior and senior teams to be successful in the short term and long term. This will mean directly delivering coaching, but also the development of other volunteers who help run the cricket section.

Download the complete Job Description here. 

Contact: Peter Richards (Club Chairman). Peter Richards 07951 995762

ECB Birmingham Premier League Club seeks Pro

ECB Birmingham Premier League Club seeks Pro for 2015

Kenilworth Wardens CC is likely to have a part-time opening for an ex-pro to play and coach at the club during 2015.

We currently play in the Birmingham Premier League, and are considered to be a well-run club with excellent facilities.

This opportunity may suit players leaving the professional game at the end of the 2014 season.
For further details please contact:
Paul Smith
Head of Cricket
Kenilworth Wardens CC
Telephone 07971 417890



South Sydney District Cricket Club – Seeking overseas player


South Sydney District Cricket Club Seeking overseas player for 2014/15 season, preferably batsman or all-rounder. South Sydney District Cricket Club (SSDCC) is based in Sydney Park, Alexandria, which is an extremely desirable location being so close to the City and Bondi /Coogee Beaches. 

SSDCC compete in the Shires Competition, which is a very strong turf competition. Past professional overseas players have included Pedro Collins, Travis Friend and Vusi Sibanda. We have historically have been one of the strongest clubs in Shires and are currently rebuilding our stocks. 

Club Offers
• High standard of Cricket and friendly family atmosphere
• High quality turf wickets
• Ground located 3km from City & 3km from Coogee beach
• Turf practice nets
• Excellent training facilities

Download the full job description.

Expressions of interest to be forwarded to our Club Captain Ben Preece via 

Community Development Assistant


Community Development Assistant – Marylebone Cricket Club

Marylebone Cricket Club is seeking a Community Development Assistant to work within our Community Development Department. This varied and exciting role is suitable for someone who is passionate about working in this field. You will be responsible for helping to deliver programmes and developing new ideas which aim to make a sustained difference with a positive outcome. 

You will demonstrate strong attention to detail, possess a personable nature and be an excellent planner. Ideally, you will have experience of working with the public and a high level of customer experience. 

Initially, this is a fixed-term contract until 31 December 2014. The post will be subject to extension based on mutual agreement by both parties. 

To download a full job description of this role, please click here.

Alternatively, if you are interested in applying for this role, please email your CV and a covering letter outlining the reasons why you believe you are suitable for the role, for the attention of Shereen Hussain, HR Assistant (ext.8516) at

Casual Cricket Coaches - MCC CRICKET ACADEMY



MCC Cricket Academy requires qualified cricket coaches to deliver coaching sessions on an ad-hoc basis. With experience of coaching different levels and ages, you will be ECB Level 2 qualified with excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

Based at Lord’s Cricket Ground, the MCC Cricket Academy hosts the world’s leading cricket technologies – including Hawk-Eye and Pitch Vision – coupled with expert advice from our professionally qualified coaches. 

For more information about this role, please click here. 

To apply for this role, please email your CV for the attention of Shereen Hussain, HR Assistant, to




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