Ealing Cricket Club (ECC), a leading Premier League Club in Middlesex, is looking to appoint a Junior Participation and Community Development Manager.
The successful candidate will be responsible for all Junior cricket activities at the Club involving. This will include all U13 - U8 teams and the Ealing CC IFL cricket activities. Key parts of the role will be to work with our juniors to improve performance and to identify and develop the most talented Junior Cricketers and seek to ensure their successful transition into the Senior Cricket activities at the Club.
Reporting to the Director of Cricket, Chad Barrett, the successful candidate will be a key member of the team managing our cricket activities at the Club and would be actively involved both in the management of our Junior Cricketers and transition teams and in our extensive coaching programme that is provided throughout the year, both for our members and on holiday courses. A Level 3 coaching qualification is desirable, along with a current DBS and First Aid certificate.
This is an exciting opportunity to join ECC at a crucial time in the Club’s history, working with a dynamic team, led by our Director of Cricket.
This role is not expected to be a full-time role at this stage and the work will be spread throughout the year, albeit with a greater commitment required in the spring and summer months.
The successful candidate will be remunerated with a competitive salary package.
Candidates who are interested in applying for this position should contact Chad Barrett, Director of Cricket, ECC (e: [email protected]), including a summary letter and their CV, by no later than 10th February 2023.
Interviews are planned to be held in February 2023 with a view to the job commencing in March 2023.
The role involves being a key member of the management of the cricket activities of ECC and PCC, with specific focus on children up to the U13 age group, and including:
In this capacity, you would be expected to be involved in the coaching sessions entailed in these activities. We will agree the extent to which you will need to directly involved in these coaching activities.
In addition to your involvement in coaching sessions, you would be the principal point of contact for Age Group/IFL Managers (primarily volunteer parents) and would co-ordinate their activities and assist with issues such as:
Other Junior Cricket management issues that you would be involved in, together with others, would be:
Key parts of the role will also be to:
In terms of our community outreach activities to create School Sports Partnerships, you would take the lead in:
You would not be expected to deliver all of the coaching in our School Sports Partnerships and you will be expected to recruit and manage coaches to do this work.