Wiltshire Cricket Limited looking to recruit Community Coach for full time fixed term summer contract

Job Title: Wiltshire Cricket Community Coach
Contract: Fixed Term 3 month summer contract, beginning asap
Hours of work: Full time - 37 hours per week
Remuneration: £19,000 per annum  (pro-rata)

As we emerge from the challenges of Covid-19 and as we look ahead to a huge summer of Cricket including the launch of the Hundred and cricket being shown on terrestrial television, Wiltshire Cricket is developing ambitious plans to amplify the sport during this period. This means an increased presence in schools during term 6 of the current academic year as well as lot of summer holiday activity within the community to help ensure that there are local playing opportunities for anyone inspired to take up the sport this summer.

To assist us in delivering our ambitious plans to amplify the sport this summer we are looking to increase our community coaching team and such we have an exciting opportunity for someone to join Wiltshire Cricket on a fixed term contract to help deliver these plans.

We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic individual with a passion for children’s sport and cricket to work as part of Wiltshire Cricket’s community coaching team. This person will be central to the continued successful delivery of Chance to Shine, and to the successful delivery of All Stars Cricket and Dynamos Cricket summer holiday camps.

Specifically, the successful candidate’s role will include the following areas:

  • Chance to Shine Community Coach; delivering breakfast, lunch time and after school clubs
  • School competition assistant; supporting the delivery of school competitions in both primary and secondary schools this summer
  • All Stars Cricket and Dynamos Cricket holiday camp coach; delivering on our ambitious programme of summer holiday camps aimed at amplifying cricket during this exciting period for the game

Primarily, the post holder’s time will be spent out of office, delivering coaching in school and club environments. Therefore, a passion for coaching and working with children is essential. There may be small amounts of time spent in the office performing administrative duties. However, these duties will be minimal and the main purpose of the role will be to be out in the community delivering.

Applicants must hold a full driving licence and have their own transport. The post holder will also be required to work evenings and weekends as and when required.

To apply please submit a CV and covering letter, taking note of the Job Description (attached) and email it to Pete Sykes at pete.sykes@wiltshirecricket.co.uk.

Closing date for applications:          Wednesday 19th May 2021

Interview day:                                   Friday 21st May / Monday 24th May 2021     

If you wish to discuss the role before applying please contact:

Pete Sykes at pete.sykes@wiltshirecricket.co.uk, 07920 581413