Radlett Cricket Club: Executive Director of Cricket

 

Radlett Cricket Club: Executive Director of Cricket

Radlett Cricket Club is looking for an Executive Director of Cricket to develop and grow both the senior and junior sections. We are a successful and large cricket club based in Hertfordshire, 15 miles from Lords, with a playing membership of 75 adults and 200 juniors and an ambition to grow that further. We also have a unique partnership with, and are the training base of, Middlesex CCC

Job Description 

•             Create, lead and deliver the strategic cricket plan covering both Senior and YP cricket with the aim of improving coaching, performance and success

•             Lead existing and recruit new coaches, captains, volunteers ensuring a best in class coaching programme is delivered for all cricket groups within budget 

•             Lead all aspects of senior team selection ensuring the club’s selection policy is adhered to

•             Be a member of the RCC Executive ensuring the voice of cricket is heard and is paramount in the Club’s plan

•             Have a high visible profile within the club and with Middlesex CCC

To apply simply send a copy of your CV to stuart.m.browne@btinternet.com, or for more details phone Stuart on 07785916388. 

Full job description here. 

Closing date for applications will be 31 December 2017 with interviews undertaken in January 2018.

Lead Strength and Conditioning Coach

 

LEAD STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH

Job Title: LEAD STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH

Reporting to: Sport Director and First Team Coach

Hours: 40 per week with flexible approach as weekend and evening work will be required.

Salary: Competitive. Dependent upon experience

Warwickshire County Cricket Club is looking to appoint a Lead Strength and Conditioning Coach 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. Candidates must enjoy working to high standards, have good communication skills plus the ability to work as part of a team or on their own initiative.

To apply for this position please submit a covering letter along with your full CV to Keith Cook, Cricket Operations Manager, Warwickshire County Cricket Club, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B5 7QU or by e-mail to keithcook@edgbaston.com

Closing date for applications is 30th November, 2017 – with interviews expected during early December 2017.

Womens & Girls Performance Manager

 

WOMEN & GIRLS PERFORMANCE MANAGER

Job Title: WOMEN & GIRLS PERFORMANCE MANAGER

Reporting to: Sport Director & Elite Cricket Development Manager

Hours: 37.5 per week with flexible approach as weekend and evening work will be required.

Salary: Competitive. Dependent upon experience 

Warwickshire County Cricket Club is looking to appoint a Women & Girls Performance Manager to organise and implement a comprehensive training, match and administrative programme for girls and women in county age group squads, Emerging Player and Academy Pathways, and Senior Women’s squads at the Edgbaston Cricket stadium in Birmingham – home to Warwickshire County Cricket Club, the Birmingham Bears as well as Test and International cricket. The role will involve all aspects of implementing agreed development and coaching plans, as well as working alongside other technical coaches as part of a team in order to provide a seamless and progressive transition from the county age groups pathway through to County XI cricket and the Women’s Super League. This will involve high levels of organisation and management alongside talent identification and development of Women’s and Girls cricket across the County.

Ideally the candidate will have a strong knowledge and understanding of recreational cricket in Warwickshire through to National and International level. Candidates must also enjoy working to high standards, have good coaching and communication skills plus the ability to work as part of a team or on their own initiative.

To apply for this position please submit a covering letter along with your full CV to Keith Cook, Cricket Operations Manager, Warwickshire County Cricket Club, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B5 7QU or by e-mail to keithcook@edgbaston.com

Download the full job spec. 

Closing date for applications is 30th November, 2017 – with interviews expected during early December 2017. 

Director of Coaching

 

Director of Coaching – South Northumberland Cricket Club

South Northumberland CC, a leading North East Premier League Club, is looking to appoint a Director of Coaching who will be responsible for the day to day running of Senior and Junior cricket at the Club and Newcastle Cricket Centre. Former England International Graham Onions, is currently delivering the Director of Coaching position on an interim basis until his contractual playing obligations begin with Lancashire County Cricket Club in 2018.

The successful candidate will need to build upon the foundations that are in place and continue to grow and improve cricket at the Club. A critical element of the job will be to maintain the link between the Junior and Senior sections of the Club, ensuring juniors are being developed and integrated into Senior cricket. As a focal point of the Club, applicants need to have good social, organisational, man management, computer/IT, administrative and coaching skills. The successful candidate will ideally have played first class or minor counties cricket and it would be preferable, albeit not essential, if they were available to play senior cricket on Saturdays. 

Download the complete Job Description 

Applications

Please email CV’s to: Marcus North, Chief Executive marcus.north@southnorth.co.uk

NO LATER THAN Monday 20th November 2017 

 

MASTER IN CHARGE OF CRICKET – HARROW SCHOOL

 

MASTER IN CHARGE OF CRICKET – Harrow School


Cricket is very popular at Harrow with over 20 teams being involved at all levels. This exciting post will need the successful applicant to oversee and coordinate all the cricket at Harrow. This will involve all staffing and coaching matters, planning the off season programme, arranging fixtures, assisting with injury prevention, and the overall day to day running of the club. You will be required to lead practices, motivate the boys and help develop game strategies and techniques.

Assessing the boys’ skills, monitoring boys during competition and practice, and keeping the Master in charge of Sport informed of the athletic performance of students is also a very important part of this role. 

  • The successful candidate will have: 
  •  played and/or coached cricket to a high level; 
  •  coaching experience in cricket at a leading school or club; 
  •  good academic qualifications, including a degree; 
  •  the ability to contribute to the wider sports programme; 
  •  high expectations of pupils; 
  •  strong inter-personal and communication skills; 
  •  the highest possible standards of turn-out and conduct, and will impress these on others; 
  •  a creative mind; 
  •  resonance with Harrow School’s ethos; 
  •  an understanding of the full boarding environment; 
  •  stamina and resilience; 
  •  tact and discretion; 
  •  integrity. 

Download the complete Job Description 

Application packs can be downloaded from the School’s website by going to www.harrowschool.org.uk/Work-at-Harrow and clicking on the vacancy. Please send a letter of application, together with a completed application form, to the Head Master, either via post (c/o Harrow School, 1 High Street, Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex HA1 3HT) or via email to his Executive PA, Mrs Christine Ryan (ryancs@harrowschool.org.uk). 

 

The Wimbledon Club - Cricket Director

 

The Wimbledon Club – Cricket Director 

The desirable candidate must: 

  • Have an ECBCA Level 2 qualification (minimum).
  • Be willing to work when required, evenings and weekends.
  • Have good administrative and communication skills.
  • Have proven and experienced coaching ability for all age groups. 

 

If you are interested please email Crispin Lyden-Cowan, crispinwcc@gmail.com, for the job description and find out more about the application process.

Applications close on November 19th.

 

HEAD PLAYER COACH - STONY STRATFORD CRICKET CLUB

 

STONY STRATFORD CRICKET CLUB head PLAYER COACH

Stony Stratford cricket club iis looking for a lead player coach to work primarily with the senior teams to continue to develop talent and improve performance as we look to deliver against our primary objective of producing players who are able to play first class cricket. 

JOB DESCRIPTION

Principal responsibilities: 

  • To produce and deliver a high quality coaching programme for all senior sides with the flexibility to stretch and improve players of varying abilities
  • To work on a demand basis with players to co-develop individual coaching plans
  • Run all outdoor senior practice sessions during the season and indoor practice during the off season
  • Consult on the recruitment of any appropriate volunteer coaching staff
  • Act as 1st XI player coach
  • Along with the Junior Head Coach, co-develop and deliver an elite player pathway programme
  • Play all Saturday 1st XI league matches and NCL T20 cup games
  • Attend selection meetings

The hours of coaching and playing the club requires are as follows:


SSCC Senior Summer training sessions: 

    Mondays and Wednesdays 6.00 – 8.30pm

    24 weeks from early April to late September

SSCC Senior Winter training sessions:

    Approximately 10 weeks from mid Jan to end of March on Wednesdays 8-10pm

SSCC Senior Matches:

    Saturdays from mid April to late September. Up to 5 Tuesdays evening for NCL T20 Cup matches

 

For more information on this role, or for instructions on how to apply, please click here.

Amateur Male Cricketer wanted

 

Amateur Male Cricketer wanted - ST ALBANS Cricket club New zealand



 

The St Albans Cricket Club in Christchurch NZ is seeking a UK male that may wish to be the clubs amateur player for this coming season.  1st October - 25th March.2018. Pay your own way to NZ get yourself a job when you arrive and generally enjoy a summer of cricket, sunshine and interaction with club members. Accommodation can be offered. Competitive cricket in one of NZs top clubs.

Email: alanjamieson@xtra.co.nz or check us out on www.stalbanscricket.co.nz

FEMALE PLAYERS WANTED - ST ALBANS CC (NZ)

 

FEMALE PLAYERS WANTED - ST ALBANS Cricket club New zealand



 

The St Albans Cricket Club in Christchurch NZ is possibly the top womens club in NZ. We currently have 3 players in the NZ team, and several others at provincial level. However the club needs a couple of UK batsmen to help us out, as our top players are away from club cricket for long periods of the season.

If you are a quality batsman ..(as we find runs hard to get as a team), and would like a season down under contact alanjamieson@xtra.co.nz.  Season runs 1st Oct to 31st March 2018 

www.stalbanscricket.co.nz

AREA MANAGER & CRICKET COACH – JAN 2018


Area Manager & Cricket Coach – Jan 2018

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 London, Oxford, Reading and Worcester areas.

DHCC are also looking for area managers to run cricket camps in different locations within the UK.

Please send your CV’s to Jamie Shepherd at:

info@danhousegocricketcoaching.com

Www.DanHousegoCricketCoaching.com