Cheshire Cricket Board Limited offers an exciting opportunity for talented and passionate coaches to join our professional staff as full-time Coaching Officers.
We are looking to appoint enthusiastic and hard-working individuals who can bring coaching sessions to life across a variety of community settings and have a positive impact on the lives of young people.
The successful candidate will be required to deliver sessions at schools, cricket clubs and throughout the community and will form part of the coaching team for the CCB Development Programme (Player Pathway).
There will be particular focus on the delivery of Chance to Shine (schools) coaching and the promotion of ECB National Programmes (All Stars and Dynamos) as we aim to deliver an inspirational first playing experience for young children.
The successful candidate will have practical experience of coaching sport (recognised coaching qualification) and the flexibility to work during evenings and weekends, subject to the evolving coaching programmes.
Additionally, all applicants will need to possess:
Cheshire Cricket Board is an equal opportunities employer committed to hiring and developing a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. Additionally, CCB are committed to following ‘safer recruitment’ practises. The role will be subject to an enhanced DBS check, robust contacting of references and safeguarding elements within the application and interview stages. The successful applicant will also be required to attend a 1:1 Safeguarding Induction and refresher courses as appropriate.
The Closing Date for Applications is Friday 10th February 2023 (Interviews to follow). The starting date for employment to commence is flexible (subject to agreement).
For an application pack
Please click 'Apply Now; to email [email protected],
or, phone 01606 871200
or write to Cheshire Cricket Board, C/O Cheshire County FA, Hartford House Moss Farm Leisure Centre, Northwich, Cheshire CW8 4BG.
For an informal discussion please contact Director of Cricket Richard Newton at [email protected]