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Full-time cricket coach

King Edward’s School, Birmingham: Full-time cricket coach

King Edward’s School, Birmingham is looking to appoint a full-time cricket coach from September 2015 to take responsibility for the coaching of cricket throughout the school and throughout the academic year under the guidance of the current Master in charge of Cricket.

The primary responsibility of the position will be to work with the Master in charge of cricket to implement the school’s extensive cricket training, development and match programme. This involves the winter training sessions after school, for the seniors in the Autumn Term and all age groups in the Spring Term. The summer term will not only involve input with the 1st XI during the week and on Saturdays, but also all the junior teams, during games lessons and in after-school practices. The school also has a growing Outreach programme, working with local junior schools and there will be opportunities for the new cricket coach to be involved in this work.

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The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All successful candidates will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.

If you have any questions about the role or would like to discuss it in more detail, please contact the Chief Master, John Claughton, on jac@kes.org.uk or Lawson Roll. the Master i/c Cricket, on lmr@kes.org.uk.

 
top order batsman/coach

 

top order batsman/coach


The St Albans Cricket Club , a top 10 NZ club, in Christchurch New Zealand is seeking a euro UK quality and experienced top order batsman/coach for the 2015/16 season.Oct 1 to March 2016 Bowling/wkpg is a bonus.
Level 2 coaching qualification is required.Good remuneration and benefits for top player Oct 1 to March 31 2016.

 


 
Strength & Conditioning Internship (Paid)

 

Strength & Conditioning Internship (Paid) – Warwickshire  

Warwickshire County Cricket Club is looking to appoint a Strength & Conditioning intern to join the established sport science support team at the Edgbaston Cricket stadium in Birmingham – home to Warwickshire County Cricket Club, the Birmingham Bears as well as Test and International cricket.


Ideally the candidate will have B.Sc. in Sports and Exercise Science (or ability to show working towards this), UKSCA accreditation and a strong background in cricket. You must enjoy working to high standards, have good communication skills plus the ability to work as part of a team or on your own initiative.

JOB TITLE:        Strength & Conditioning Internship (Paid)

DEPARTMENT:  Elite cricket

DATE APPLICABLE:     1 May 2015 – 30 September 2015 (6 week probationary period)                          

REMUNERATION: Competitive                                                                                                                 

JOB DESCRIPTION

Acting under the direction of the Lead S & C coach and 1st XI Physiotherapist to assist in the delivery of Professional Squad fitness and conditioning and to oversee the Academy, EPP and DOE fitness and conditioning programmes.

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To apply for this position please submit your full CV to Chris Armstrong, S & C Coach, Warwickshire County Cricket Club, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B5 7QU or by e-mail to chrisarmstrong@edgbaston.com. Closing date for applications is Friday 22 May 2015

 

HAMPSHIRE CRICKET – CRICKET COACHES REQUIRED

 

HAMPSHIRE CRICKET – CRICKET COACHES REQUIRED

 

Hampshire Cricket are looking to add high quality coaches to their coaching team for the 2015 summer, with coaching opportunities available across Hampshire, Dorset, West Sussex and Berkshire.

Successful applicants will hold a minimum of a UKCC Level 2 qualification in cricket; a current CRB/DBS check; First aid and Safeguarding certificates; knowledge of coaching senior and juniors of varying standards from beginners to experienced club players; good organisation, communication and administrative skills; a clean driving licence and a valid UK work permit.

Coaches will receive competitive rates of pay dependant on experience as well as Hampshire Cricket coaching attire.

To declare an interest in becoming a Hampshire Cricket coach please email: sam.bracey@ageasbowl.com attaching your cricketing CV. 

 
Latymer Upper School - Head of Cricket


HEAD OF CRICKET


We are looking for an experienced and dynamic coach to lead Latymer Upper School’s cricket programme. This could be a full or part time role depending on the skills and availability of the successful candidate. The starting date and salary are negotiable.

Full details and an application pack are available on our website www.latymer-upper.org 

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Closing date: Friday 15 May 2015 (1pm)

Queries can be emailed to HRRecruitment@latymer-upper.org  or Tallan Gill (Director of Sport) tpg@latymer-upper.org  Telephone 020 3004 0453  / Fax: 020 8748 5212

Latymer Upper School, 237 King Street, London W6 9LR

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.  The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check

 

 

PROFESSIONAL CRICKET COACH – KINGSTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL

 

Professional Cricket Coach – Kingston Grammar School

 


 

Kingston Grammar School is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic part-time professional cricket coach for the summer term only. The successful candidate will be qualified to a minimum of ECB Level 2 but ideally to Level 3. Availability for Saturday fixtures would be beneficial but not essential.

Closing date for applications: Wednesday 18 March 2015

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An application form can be downloaded via the Job Opportunities section at www.kgs.org.uk or by e-mailing Anne Collins at acollins@kgs.org.uk

 
CHOBHAM CRICKET CLUB SENIOR CLUB COACH


CHOBHAM CRICKET CLUB SENIOR CLUB COACH

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 iankemish@gmail.com


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 robinson.d29@sky.com.


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.

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Contact: Peter Richards (Club Chairman). Peter Richards briegel@blueyonder.co.uk 07951 995762


Casual Cricket Coaches - MCC CRICKET ACADEMY

 

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 jobsatlords@mcc.org.uk.

 



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