An exciting and broad ranging opportunity to help develop, grow and shape our cricket for social good programmes. Be part of a passionate, highly driven team that is working towards becoming one of the leading counties in diversity and inclusion and addressing the inequalities in society. You will be a key person in implementing Surrey’s EDI plan. You will help unlock opportunities that empower people to say that “Cricket is a game for me”
Working alongside the Cricket Participation Manager to support and deliver inclusion & diversity programmes within the county. This includes:
- Project lead our Street Child United cricket and workplace mentoring programme
- Project lead on our Vauxhall Activities Loop programme and develop similar projects around inner London boroughs
- Support the delivery and implementation of the ECB Core Cities Programme
- Work alongside the Chance to Shine Street Participation Officer to develop and produce a Social Action plan, engaging with young children across our 15 x Youth and Young Adults programmes to bring this to life
- Work with predominantly African Caribbean and South Asian cricket clubs and leagues to aid their growth and development
- Develop, support and implement Surrey’s EDI plan.
- Project lead and develop our All Stars & Dynamos funded south London based projects recruiting children, activators, and parents
- Deliver, support and implement the ECB City Cup Programme
- Identify opportunities to increase and improve non-traditional playing facilities in urban areas, working alongside the London Cricket Trust, ECB and local councils
- Work alongside local councils, network providers and community groups to influence and inspire them to use cricket a social tool for good
- Passionate about making a difference in local communities
- At least two years’ experience working in a sports development role either paid or voluntary.
- Knowledge and understanding of ethnically diverse communities across London and Surrey
- Proven track record of managing a project on time, within budget, hitting all the success factors
- Knowledge and experience of budget control and financial management
- Experience of working with volunteers and casual employees
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- Ability to work as part of a team
- Developed influencing skills
- Excellent time management skills. Ability to work autonomously
- Good computer literacy, including MS office
- Commitment to a continual professional development programme
- A keen interest and understanding of cricket
- A full driving licence with access to own transport
- Experience of writing and supporting funding applications for grant funding
How to Apply
Please forward your cv and a covering letter stating why you are suitable for this post to our team by clicking 'apply now'
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