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MIDDLESEX CRICKET PARTICIPATION COACHES - KATIE REEVES AND CALLUM MILLER ON THE MIDDLESEX APPRENTICESHIP SCHEME
Coinciding with last week being National Apprenticeship Week, Middlesex Cricket announced that they were looking to appoint four new Community Activator Apprentices, to help deliver it's community engagement programmes throughout 2021 and beyond.
Reflecting on the year they each spent on Middlesex's Apprenticeship Scheme from 2019 to 2020, we caught up with both Katie Reeves and Callum Miller, who look back on their experiences as Middlesex Apprentices and discuss the full-time roles they now have with the club as Participation Coaches.
Details of the vacancies and how to apply are as follows:
Job Title: Community Activator Apprentice (4 vacancies)
Job Category: Participation
Location: Middlesex Indoor Cricket School, Est End Road, Finchley, NW3 2TA (office) and working across the seventeen boroughs of Middlesex
Salary: £9,000 + expenses
Position Type: Apprentice - One year fixed contract
HR Contact: Katie Berry
Hours of Work: 35 hours per week, including weekends and evenings
Date posted: Friday 12th February 2021
Expiry date for applications: Thursday11th March 2021
To inspire young people to get active, have fun and build a lifelong love of Cricket! You will be involved in exciting activities throughout the seventeen boroughs of Middlesex, gaining insight and experience into coaching and sports development. This Apprenticeship is offered in partnership with Mitre Group – Leader in Training and will provide the successful candidates with the following qualifications:
Level 2 certificate in promoting Community Health & Wellbeing
Level 2 in safeguarding children & vulnerable adults
UKCC2 Coaching Young Adults Cricket
Level 1 or 2 in English & Maths
You will be part of a dedicated Participation Team within Middlesex Cricket, who work in one of the most vibrant cities in the world, London! We are a county that embraces difference, pushes the boundaries on what can be achieved and wants to lead on the world stage. We believe in the power of sport, in its ability to unify communities, develop people and improve environments so that everyone can take part and thrive in cricket!
Assist the delivery of an exciting new cricket programme for 5-8-year old’s & tapeball cricket at our Street Hubs
Join a qualified coach in delivering sessions in Infant, Primary, Secondary and specialist SEN Schools
Through coaching, help a young person to find clubs and community sessions to carry on playing cricket
To umpire and score at all Middlesex school and community competitions
Help to deliver Match day activation at the Home of cricket, Lord’s and Middlesex out-grounds
Talking to members, community groups and cricket fans about what Middlesex Cricket can offer
Assisting the development of cricket in 17 London Boroughs in accordance with the Middlesex Cricket Strategic Plan, contributing to the responsibilities of the Participation Team as directed by the Director of Participation
Minimum of 18 years of age
Enthusiastic and committed to results
Enjoys working as part of a team and meeting individual targets
Enjoys talking to people and helping people to have fun!
Enjoys learning and is excited about personal development
Confident to travel by public transport to various locations
Do you want to be involved?
The role requires candidates to obtain a UKCC Level 2 Cricket Coaching qualification, plus Safeguarding & First Aid certificates and apply for a cricket specific Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) Check. Middlesex Cricket will support all successful candidates to achieve the above.
To apply for the post please send your CV, along with a covering letter outlining why you would be suitable for the role to: Katie Berry [email protected] by 10pm on Thursday 11th March
Shortlisted candidates will be invited for interview on Tuesday 16th March
Start date with Middlesex Cricket is Monday 29th March
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