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COACH REQUIRED - South Hampstead CC


Coach required



Experienced ECB L2 or higher coach with first class and/or international playing experience to commit to London based club for the 2016 season. Salary commensurate with experience. Accommodation available. Apply to

We are a London based club, close to Lords, and 20 minutes by tube to central London. We field 4 mens league sides on a Saturday, and a friendly and/or Development league side on a Sunday. We also run a thriving junior section with 120 members, which is very active between April and late July.

We are looking for an experienced and qualified coach and assistant for the 2016 season, who is available for 25 hours per week (weekday evenings up to July, then weekdays until the end of August)


Conduct engaging training sessions that attract our cricketers. Inspire and bring the best out of our senior players. Teach promising cricketers how to think about their game and their teammates. Ensure equipment and facilities are looked after properly and securely put away after use.

Full details can be found:

Closing date 31st May 2016

Cricket Academy Duty Officer – MCC

Cricket Academy Duty Officer – MCC


Job Title: Cricket Academy Duty Officer

Department: MCC Cricket Academy

Reporting to: Cricket Academy Assistant Manager

Employment type: Zero Hours - Varied hours from Monday to Sunday 08:00hrs to 22:00hrs as agreed with Marylebone Cricket Club (“MCC”) depending on the Cricket Academy’s requirements.

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.

Purpose of role:

To provide a professional and welcoming service to players and visitors to the Cricket Academy and deal efficiently with general enquiries received via telephone, face to face or by email


Key tasks and accountabilities: 

  • To be the first point of contact at the front desk for telephone, email and face-to-face queries from external and internal customers or clients of the Cricket Academy
  • Taking net, birthday party, holiday course and weekly term-time bookings and payments
  • Issuing confirmation receipts and invoices when requested
  • Updating the display screen in reception
  • Helping clients at the front desk or with lost property/first aid
  • Ensuring all Academy users are adhering to our terms and conditions including monitoring the maximum numbers in the net, adhering to our cricket whites policy etc
  • Entering online bookings and issuing vouchers
  • Managing kit lockers
  • Maintaining accurate Academy signage, especially for tournaments
  • Keeping the reception area tidy, organised and presentable
  • Nightly duties including close down procedures and preparations for the following day’s events
  • To undertake any other reasonable duties as requested, both in the department and elsewhere in the Ground


To download the full job spec, please click below link: 




Cricket Academy Casual Coach - MCC 


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. Housed within the Lord’s ground, the MCC Cricket Academy is London's premier indoor cricket destination and one of the finest facilities of its kind in the world.

Open to the public, the MCC Cricket Academy, features state-of-the-art facilities, including the latest Hawk-Eye™ and PitchVision technology and continues to help a wide range of cricketers - from elite players to absolute beginners - develop their batting, bowling and fielding skills.

The Academy offers one-to-one coaching, runs 2-day holiday and half-term courses and has almost 500 students aged between 3 and 17 attend our fully booked term-time group classes so our demand for casual coaches has increased.

There is an opportunity to coach pupils from local schools as part of the Club’s community engagement programme both on and off site.Required skills and experience we are looking for several experienced casual coaches to join the Cricket Academy team who have good to very good availability to coach in the summer months with a flexible approach to working hours and content.

The role requires a minimum Level 2 coaching qualification, a valid first aid and safeguarding certificate as well as being DBS cleared. We are looking for individuals who have an excellent rapport with adults and children, with the ability to deliver focused and enjoyable coaching sessions. Values and behaviours in line with the 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 the Club’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

To download the full job spec, please click below link:

Please email your CV and a covering letter, stating salary expectations, for the attention of Riffat Alidina, Human Resources Advisor at Closing date: 09:00hrs Monday 2nd May 2016





Bromley CC one of the most decorated clubs in the UK, playing Premier League Kent Cricket seek opening bowler to represent the 1st XI in the 2016 season.

Bromley has a significant commitment to developing home grown talent throughout the club. With over 200 Colts this philosophy stretches into the senior section. The first team is made up of a number of younger cricketers and this is a great opportunity for an ex professional to come and influence the next chapter of this famous club.

Please contact Michael Bluest on for further information.





Cookham Dean CC is one of the leading cricket clubs in Berkshire, set in a lovely village between Maidenhead and Marlow.  Last season, the 1st XI were promoted to the Home Counties Premier League (Division 2) following consecutive league title wins, and the Club has three other senior Saturday XI’s in the Thames Valley League, and a strong colts set-up particularly in the younger age groups.

The club are looking for a player-coach to help develop the young talent in the Club and ensure that the recent success can be built upon. . The ideal candidate would hold an ECB Level 2 Coaching Certificate, and be able to bowl seam at 1st XI standard. To meet League regulations, this would require them to have been ordinarily resident in the UK for the past four years, or hold a UK passport and have been born in the UK

The role is ideal for somebody not looking for a full-time role, as would involve no more than six hours per week (in addition to playing on the Saturday), which can be mostly moved around to fit the right candidate’s schedule

Please contact Ben Millar on with any expressions of interest.



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

Cricket Coaches - Supersportz


Supersportz is a specialist sports coaching company, based in Hartley Wintney, dedicated to delivering high quality professional coaching to young people

We are seeking a number of qualified cricket coaches to add to our existing team of highly qualified, ambitious and professional coaches. The role requires running after school clubs, evening coaching and holiday camps. 

Currently we have coaching opportunities in the Hampshire/Surrey/Berkshire area. 

If you are a enthusiastic, good with children, outgoing, full of initiative, reliable and trustworthy, please apply. We offer good rates of  pay.

For more information contact Steve or James on 01252 842432 or visit our website:

Alternatively, you can email your CV to 


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:

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.