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PE Teacher Whitgift School


PE Teacher Whitgift School

We are seeking a graduate with a specialism in cricket. The job would suit a cricket coach who has a good Sports Science Degree who can already teach or who has the ability to teach PE at GCSE and A Level. For the right candidate this role could include running the School 1st XI and becoming the Head Coach of the Whitgift Cricket Academy, which launches this September. 

Apply online here ▶︎

If you would like any further information please contact

Neil Kendrick
Head of Cricket Performance
nmk@whitgift.co.uk
Whitgift School
020 8688-9222
07961412839


Head of Cricket - Caterham School


Head of Cricket – CATERHAM SCHOOL

There is nothing average about cricket at Caterham School. With strong cricket tradition, excellent facilities, dedicated coaching team and ambition to succeed at the highest level, they regularly have representatives in the Surrey schools team and count several England players amongst their alumni.

Caterham School are now looking for a talented Head of Cricket to build on these strengths and contribute to their wider success as one of the top independent co-educational schools in England.

This varied and challenging role will include:

  • Running coaching sessions
  • Encouraging participation
  • Organising master classes by professional cricketers
  • Entering our most talented pupils for county trials.

More than that, you will put your stamp on the ongoing development of cricket coaching at the school by staying abreast of the latest cricket coach education information and working closely with colleagues to identify and share best practice.

Caterham School will also rely on you to mentor a group of athletes as part of the Caterham Athlete Programme (CAP), which aims to provide our mosttalented athletes with everything they need to reach national representative honours and prepares them for a life in professional sport.

Along with extensive cricket teaching and coaching experience of pupils aged 11 to 18, you will have proven ability to promote participation in sport and a keen understanding of the impact of sports provision on the process of learning and teaching outside the classroom. You must have at least a level 2 or 3 coaching qualification and first-class interpersonal, oral and written skills.

For more information please call our HR department on 01883 335025.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All offers of employment are subject to an enhanced DBS check www.caterhamschool.co.uk/vacancies


CUMNOR CRICKET CLUB - CLUB COACH

Cumnor Cricket Club - Club Coach

Cumnor Cricket Club, Oxfordshire   
 

Role: Head Coach

Salary: Negotiable

(Note: salary and its structure in terms of cash/ transport/ accommodation will be considered based upon individual applications) 

Cumnor Cricket club are advertising for the role of head coach, seeking applications for an appointment for the 2016 season. The club are ambitious, with a genuine aim of promotion from Cherwell League Division One this season. The playing membership is strong, and boasts one of the most exciting and successful junior set ups in the area, regularly producing junior county cricketers, many of whom are established members of the club’s first team, and higher representational sides.  

Facilities at the club include state of the art nets installed recently, bowling machine, coaching equipment, large pavilion and a beautiful ground, along with a second pitch available in a neighbouring village.

The role of coach at Cumnor involves taking responsibility for a strong senior set up, and overseeing the junior section of the club.

 

The full scope of the role is negotiable, but duties will involve a minimum of:

  • Coordinate and run senior nets (Tuesday and Thursday)
  • Coordinate the planning and delivery of junior training evenings (Wednesdays)
  • Running four junior academy weeks during the summer holidays
  • Overseeing the establishment of a ladies team this season, with a view to establish a competitive ladies team for the 2017 season.

 

Candidate will preferably also be able to commit to:

  • Attending league games, mainly with the 1st XI, to oversee a senior side on the day of a game, and to Davidstow Village Cup games on Sundays where relevant
  • Involvement with team selection
  • Some involvement with junior fixtures throughout the season.

 

The ideal candidate will be:

  • An experienced cricketer, with either playing or coaching experience would be ideal. Minimum ECB Level 2 qualified coach and holding an up to date DBS certificate (previously CRB – or able to obtain DBS certificate)
  • Excellent communicator, well organised and able to represent the club in a positive manner at all times
  • Good leader, to help develop a positive environment throughout the club.

 

Additional information:

In addition to any duties taken on, a successful candidate will be able to advertise to the whole club, and beyond the provision of private cricket tuition, and have free use of the excellent net and training facilities when they are not in use to generate further revenue. This would be seen as part of a remuneration package. With a junior section over 150 strong, and approximately 60 current senior playing members, the potential to turn this into a successful revenue stream is clear.

 

Closing Date:

Wednesday 24th February 2016

Please note: Whilst a player coach application would be welcomed, but there would be no additional pay for playing for the club, as per the league rules.

*Category 3 Visiting Players must have been under 24 years of age on 1st September in the year before the current season to be eligible to play in the league.

All applicants should send a CV to: Matthew.w.lake@gmail.com should any additional information be required, please contact Matthew Lake on the above email, or 07841 498 753



BOURNEMOUTH CC ACADEMY HEAD COACH /PLAYER


BOURNEMOUTH CC ACADEMY HEAD COACH /PLAYER

Bournemouth  Cricket  Club  in Dorset are seeking  an Academy  Head / Player for the 2016 season. Bournemouth  is a large club with excellent  playing facilities and are the only club in Dorset playing in an ECB Premier league.  We are currently  in the 2nd tier of the SEPL and are looking to regain  our top division  status this year. We have a large youth section and operate an Academy  system  for the better players . We are looking for an experienced  coach (at least level 2) to head and develop the academy who will also play for a young 1X1 on a Saturday. Coaching responsibilities  would take place on a Wednesday /Thursday and Friday  evening and the successful  candidate would be expected  to work closely  with the Director  of Cricket . 

 We have close links with the County  Club and any successful  candidate  could  have the opportunity  to play in Unicorns  Trophy matches for Dorset. (renumeration  would have to be arranged  separately). The salary  for the Bournemouth  position would vary depending  on the calibre of the candidate but would be attractive and commensurate with other such positions. 

Applicants should apply with CV’s to Jon Clutterbuck  at alexclutterbuck@btinternet.com


HEAD COACH – MCC

HEAD COACH – MCC

Job Title: Head Coach

Department: Cricket Office

Reporting to: Assistant Secretary (Cricket)

Employment type: Permanent

Salary dependent on skills and experience

 

About the Company: 

Lord’s owned by Marylebone Cricket Club (“MCC”) is one of the most iconic sports grounds in the world, known as the Home of Cricket in the UK and beyond. It’s the largest cricket ground in the country, regularly selling out its 28,500 capacity for major matches.

MCC is currently recruiting for the position of Head Coach, taking responsibility for all aspects of coaching related to MCC and Lord’s.

 

Required skills and experience:

  • Currently hold or be working towards their ECB Master Coach (UKCC Level 4)
  • Highest level of cricketing knowledge and playing experience
  • Wide coaching experience at all levels throughout the cricketing world
  • Good knowledge of IT, financial and other MCC business functions
  • Ability to lead, communicate and motivate to a high level
  • Strong presentation and media skills
  • Strong planning and budgeting skills and to work well under pressure and meet deadlines.

Values and behaviours

In line with MCC’s Values, you will demonstrate:

  • A positive and proactive approach to all elements of the role
  • Responsibility for your own actions and outputs
  • Demonstrate respect and courtesy to MCC’s staff and visitors
  • Promote teamwork by supporting others and sharing knowledge
  • Deliver high quality work and service in a timely manner
  • Skills and ability testing will form part of the selection process.

 

For further details on the role, please see CLICK HERE: 

Please email your CV and a covering letter, stating salary expectations, for the attention of Amanda Forsey, Head of Human Resources at jobsatlords@mcc.org.uk

Closing date: 09.00hrs Monday 4th March 2016



Head Cricket Coach - The Hong Kong Cricket Club

The Hong Kong Cricket Club seeks high calibre candidates for:

 Head Cricket Coach


Established in 1851, The Hong Kong Cricket Club, a private members club with a strong sports emphasis, is actively seeking high calibre professional candidates with a view to filling the position of Head Cricket Coach.

The incumbent will organize and conduct the Club’s Junior and Senior Cricket programs and deliver quality planned sessions to the Club, with the intention to improve the performance of both individuals and the teams.

The successful candidate is committed to quality customer service, safety and the pursuit of excellence in delivery of the Club’s Cricket coaching and related programs.

Qualifications:

  • The successful candidate should ideally hold a minimum UKCC Level 3 qualification or equivalent grade.

  • Played first class, List A or district level cricket.

  • Ability to play for HKCC in the domestic HKCA Premier League competitions.
  • Current CRB or equivalent.
  • As a focal point of the Club, the successful applicant is required to have strong coaching, man management, social and organizational skills whilst operating in a private club environment.
  • Coaching experience at a high level in schools, clubs and County/State/International.
  • Committed to continuous professional development.
  • An understanding of Child Protection and Health and Safety

 

The successful applicant must possess a strong ability to motivate teams, and individuals and be able to work in an individual coaching environment and build relationships and trust between players and coaches. 

Download full job profile HERE. 

A competitive package will be offered to the right candidate. Please submit a full resume, covering letter and expected remuneration to The Hong Kong Cricket Club, Human Resources Manager, 137 Wong Nai Chung Gap Road, Hong Kong or email: markwright@hkcc.org

The closing date for all applications is 4th March 2016

The Club would like to thank all applicants who apply for the above position.  We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome applications from all qualified candidates. If you are not invited for interview within 6 weeks, please consider your application filed for future reference and will be destroyed after 3 months.  All information provided by job applicants will be used for recruitment purpose only. 


HEAD OF ACADEMIC PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Head of academic physical education 

Head of Academic Physical Education

South Croydon Whitgift Foundation

Salary Scale (substantially above national scale)

The Whitgift Foundation are seeking to appoint an inspirational and well ­qualified graduate to join the senior team of this highly successful, well ­resourced department from September 2016. This position is suitable for an experienced and motivational teacher with outstanding management and classroom skills who is committed to the achievement of academic excellence. Physical Education is a consistently popular subject at A Level, IGCSE and BTEC, with many students going on to study Sports Science at university. A strong background in one of the core sports delivered at the School would be advantageous. A willingness to contribute to the broad co­curricular life of the School would be expected.

To apply and for further details, please visit www.whitgift.co.uk/vacancies. For any queries, please telephone 020 8688 9222 or e­mail SchoolHR@whitgift.co.uk.

Applications will be assessed in order of receipt and interviews may occur at any stage after applications are received. Please apply as soon as possible.

Whitgift School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Services. 


Director of cricket


Director of cricket

Dartford cricket club are looking to employ a director of cricket. This would involve delivering senior adult coaching on a Thursday evening from 6.30pm to 8.30pm and playing in the first team in the Kent premier league. The director will be tasked with leading on the overall coaching and development strategy for the clubs elite players. The candidate should have relevant coaching and playing credentials.

Full details of the package will be discussed with potential applicants on receipt of their CV.

Dartford cricket club have recently completed a new circa 1 million pound pavilion project complete with state of the art practice facility. The clubs 1st and 2nd XI compete in the premier league. We seek to continue to develop and maintain our status as one of the counties leading clubs.

All applicants should email CVs to

David Walker:

dwalks1969@gmail.com

Or call him on 07957474913


Junior Head Coach

Junior Head Coach

Cheam Cricket Club is seeking to fill the vacancy of Junior Head Coach for the 2016 season.

The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and delivering a co-ordinated and progressive coaching programme for junior players, managing a team of coaches and helpers.

The Club currently has over 160 junior members from U7’s to U16’s. It is vital that the Club’s ethos of ‘cricket for all’ is central to the junior cricket programme and that the quality of coaching and mentoring allows young players to progress in line with their ability.

This job description outlines the responsibilities and accountabilities relating to this post and does not describe in detail all of the duties required to carry them out. Other duties may be required to be undertaken from time to time as directed by the Cricket Committee.

For further information, please click here to download the full job spec.