Player/Coach – Eastcote
Eastcote Cricket Club in Middlesex are looking for a Player/Coach for the 2017 season to lead all aspects of training the club’s senior sides with a particular focus on the 1xl. The role will require an individual to work closely with the 1xl captain on raising standards amongst current players and help develop a talented group of youngsters.
This is an ideal opportunity for a player/coach, possibly a former first-class or Minor Counties player, who is looking to coach each week alongside playing to a high club standard every Saturday at a friendly, family orientated club with a huge competitive ambition.
Interested candidates should contact our Chairman or 1xl Captain to discuss the role further.
Chairman – Paul Martin: firstname.lastname@example.org or 07810 423137
1xl Captain – Harpal Sagoo: email@example.com or 07949 476401
Full-time Head of Cricket job in Surrey
Twenty20 Community Cricket, a not for profit company, are looking for a full-time Head of Cricket to join their team Surrey based team.
The Head of Cricket will live locally and be responsible for all the company’s coaching activities overseeing the Twenty20 Cricket Academies, Primary School Academies, School Holiday Courses, Club Coaching, managing and mentoring all coaches and their delivery. They will also work with our International Head Coach to deliver in Europe and develop more Academies in Surrey and surrounding areas.
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The position will include a good deal of organisation and communication so strong computer and customer relationship skills are essential. The market rate starting salary will reflect the cricketing experience levels of the successful candidate and will rise according to performance.
Interested parties should send their cv to Managing Director Darren Talbot at firstname.lastname@example.org by 17th February 2017.
The position will start in April 2017.
A rare opportunity has arisen to work at Sussex Cricket as an Executive Assistant supporting the Chief Executive and working closely with the Chairman and the Board.
This is a demanding and high-profile role at Sussex Cricket and the successful candidate will be proactive and resilient, possessing outstanding organisational skills. The ideal person will be accustomed to working in a fast-paced environment and dealing calmly and professionally with a number of conflicting priorities.
The ideal person will be emotionally intelligent and a consummate professional who understands the need for absolute confidentiality and discretion in their work. The successful candidate will demonstrate advanced IT and administrative skills. Consequently, we are looking for someone with experience in a similar role, with a proven successful track record of working with multi-stakeholders at a senior level. Additionally, the successful candidate must demonstrate excellent communication skills, in both their written accuracy and verbal articulation.
For further information regarding the role, please visit our website at www.sussexcricket.co.uk.
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To apply, please send a covering letter setting out how you meet the requirements of the role along with your CV to Kay Gunn, Head of HR & Client Services at: email@example.com
Closing date for applications: Wednesday 7 December at 10am
Please note that interviews will be conducted in January 2017.
Please note that late applications will not be accepted.
Emirates Cricket Board – UAE Team Head Coach (Men’s)The Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) is the governing body for cricket in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) at all levels of the game. The ECB is an Associate Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) and an ICC high performance funded country.
Following the departure of former Head Coach, Aqib Javed, the ECB is seeking to appoint a full-time National Men’s Head Coach, initially on a fixed-term, two-year contract.
The position will be based at the ICC Academy in Dubai (the training base and high performance service-provider for the UAE National Team and High Performance Programme), and the role will also involve significant domestic and international travel.
Further information relating to this exciting opportunity including details of the application process can be obtained via the link – emiratescricket.com/uploads/educationdownloads/ECB_HeadCoach_091116.pdf
Applications should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Thursday 24th November 2016
Cricket Operations Manager - The International Cricketers’ Association
The International Cricketers’ Association (ICA), a company founded in 2014 to maximise the opportunities for talented cricketers, is seeking to employ a former professional cricketer to help fulfil its potential across a broad range of ambitions.
Although principally a vehicle for helping international players find outlets for their talents in county cricket and T20 franchises, the ICA also seeks to nurture grass roots cricket through our coaching masterclasses and exhibition matches through its team, the International Cricketers’ XI.
In that regard, a good understanding of cricket and cricketers is essential though prospective candidates will need to be true all-rounders with a wide range of skills in order to deal with the following remit:
1) To communicate with equipment manufacturers and other product suppliers needed by the players, setting up sponsorship opportunities where necessary.
2) Ability to read and process contracts.
3) To help organise ICA’s fixture list and fulfil its philosophy, which includes games, coaching sessions, media work and dinners. Goals include:
- for the ICA XI to play exhibition T20 matches
- to find employment for players on the ICA roster with English first-class counties
- to succeed in getting players signed by T20 franchises in the CPL, BPL, IPL, PSL and Big Bash.
- to run and manage cricket coaching tours to Dubai - Dubai’s National Cricket Academy
4) Prospective candidates need to be able to suggest and recruit new county cricketers from the UK
5) They must also be able to build strong contacts with clubs at both county and recreational level
6) Organise coaching sessions for ICA’s roster of players with schools, colleges and academies to set up at least 1 coaching/master class session every month
7) They must be confident of turning inquiries into deals
8) Able to travel within the UK and outside it, so must have valid passport and driving licence
9) Must possess good communication skills and have a working knowledge of social media.
10) Must be creative and able to work with website designer in expanding and updating ICA’s online presence.
11) Build press relations with media organisations especially TV, radio and newspapers.
12) Must be willing to respond to tasks even if they fall outside traditional working hours.
13) They need to be able to work on their own, be self-motivated and have good organisational skills.
14) And they must be a good team player, willing to share workloads with other ICA employees.
SALARY PACKAGE: £30,000 plus travel expenses (depending on level of experience)
HOW TO APPLY
Send us an email with your CV and a presentation in which you show us why you are the best suited for the job on email@example.com
Club Coach – CCC
Cumnor Cricket Club (CCC) in Oxfordshire are looking for a Club Coach for the 2017 season to lead all aspects of the club’s senior and junior coaching, and provide a link between these elements to progress talented players.
We would also be willing to consider those interested in just coaching either the senior or junior sides of club in isolation and/or a senior player coach role also. Please see below to download the full job details.
CCC has a young and ambitious senior club, playing in the Cherwell League with aspirations to progress the first team, and raise the standard of the second and third teams to create a more sustainable long-term senior club structure.
CCC has a large, successful junior club and has aspirations to further enhance this area so, that it is one of ‘best practice’ and a leader in its field. We currently have around 180 junior members and we are looking for a coach to develop players of all abilities in a progressive, fun and inclusive atmosphere.
The ideal Candidate will be:
· An experienced cricketer – playing/coaching to a high standard
· Minimum ECB Level 2 qualified
· Hold an up to date DBS certificate.
Application and CV’s:
Please send a CV to the Club Administrator on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 31/12/16
Full details on the role can be found HERE.
For more information on the Junior Coach role, please click HERE.
For more information on the Senior Coach role, please click HERE.
level 2 or above ECB coach
Dan Housego Cricket Coaching (DHCC) is dedicated to providing Professional Cricket Coaching by Professional Cricketers.
DHCC are looking for reliable, hard working coaches that are comfortable working with groups and individuals, ranging from juniors through to adults.
They must have their level 2 or above ECB coaching qualification.
The work will take place predominantly in the Oxford area, in the evenings and at weekends.
Please send us your CV and coaching history to the following e-mail address.
Senior Team – Coach
Birmingham League club Stratford are looking for a coach for their senior sides.
This is an ideal opportunity for a player/coach, possibly a former first-class or Minor Counties player, who is looking to pick up a few hours coaching each week.
Interested candidates should contact Ed Cunynghame at: email@example.com
Want to learn what it's like to work in recruitment?
If you are interested in finding out what it would be like to work in recruitment and whether it might be a career option after you finish playing a ‘Taster Day’ has been organised in London with Adecco on Monday 28 November.
Details of the day are :
Day – Monday 28 November
Time – 3pm – 7pm
Venue – Adecco Office, Millennium Bridge House, 2 Lambeth Hill, London, EC4V 4BG
Transport – There is no parking you will need to come by tube to Mansion House Underground
What to wear – Trousers and a dress shirt
3pm – 3-30pm – Guest Registration and welcome
3-30 – 5-00 – Overview of working in recruitment, CV Discussion, Question and Answers session
5-00 – 7-00 – Networking function with recruiters and other sports
The day is free and you can come along and get an idea of what this type of role involves in terms of :
- What the job involves
- Daily routine
Please email Nick Denning at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 21 November if you wish to be involved.