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Girls and Community Cricket Coordinator
Cricket is recognised as New Zealand’s premier summer sport. New Zealand Cricket’s national community cricket development team ensures that top quality coach and player development programmes are in place and are delivered to participants at all levels.
The Girls and Community Cricket Coordinator is responsible for providing administrative support to the team of 3, and in addition specifically provides input into the girls’ development programme, and support for its delivery.The role is based in NZC’s High Performance Centre at Lincoln University.
You will bring to the role:
• Experience gained from being involved as a participant in community sport (ideally cricket) – on or off the field• Strong administration and organisational skills• Excellent verbal and written communication skills• Expertise in Microsoft office suite• Good attention to detail• A passion for sport, and • A commitment to be part of a team driven to delivering excellence.
Applicants who are tertiary qualified in Sports Management, Business Management or a related discipline would be favourably regarded. The role would suit a recent graduate looking for a path in sports administration.Candidates should email a CV and covering letter to email@example.com. Applications close on 29 May 2013.
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Cricket is recognised as New Zealand’s premier summer sport. We want to ensure that top quality community player development programmes are delivered and sustained to participants at all levels. The Manager – Community Player Development will design and implement (through NZC’s Major and District Associations) a national community player development programme, targeted at all levels of amateur players. The main focus of the role is to ensure that the Major Associations, and through them the District Associations, are familiar with the objectives of the programme and their responsibilities in its delivery.
The role is based in NZC’s High Performance Centre at Lincoln University.
The ideal applicant will have:
• An intimate knowledge of community based sport development • An affinity for working in the youth and amateur sport market • Proven success in a similar role within a school and/or cricket administration environment• A demonstrable record of achieving results through others• Excellent communication skills
Applicants who have a teaching or sports management qualification would be favourably regarded.
Candidates should email a CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close on 24 May 2013
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Bay of Plenty Cricket seek to appoint a person to become the face of Cricket across the Bay of Plenty. The role is focused on developing strong coaching pathways and strategies for attracting and retaining cricketers in our sport. The role also oversees both the age-grade and senior rep cricket programmes and Baywide competitions and tournaments. This person will be a key link between Bay of Plenty Cricket and the wider cricket community.
You will work closely with the CEO and Administration Manager, and Cricket Coordinators based in Tauranga and Rotorua around development initiatives and be instrumental in driving growth and participation in cricket across the region.
You will need to have a comprehensive knowledge of cricket and/or the development of a sporting code in New Zealand. You will bring outstanding communication skills and empathy for the challenges some areas in the region have in making cricket sustainable. You will need to be well organized, have outstanding time-management and planning skills. You will be an analytical thinker who can also contribute innovative ideas to the ongoing success of cricket in the Bay of Plenty.
You will need to understand coaching frameworks (particularly coaching coaches) and have a broad base of knowledge about cricket – particularly development of players, formats, competitions and strategy.
If you believe you have the skills to succeed in this important role, apply below, or contact the Chief Executive for a confidential discussion or more information. A detailed position description is available upon request.
Please direct all applications to:
Paul ReadChief Executive Bay of Plenty Cricketpaul@bopcricket.co.nz(07) 575-9120