Canterbury Cricket – Development Manager
Key Game & Coach Development Role
Coaching of Canterbury Cricket representative teams and squads
Canterbury Cricket: leadership, innovation, excellence.
At Canterbury Cricket we value integrity, respect and courage and have enormous pride and passion for the red and black colours that have been worn by our cricketers for over 100 years.
In line with our vision, we are seeking candidates for this vital game and coach development role to be based at the Canterbury Cricket headquarters and reporting to the Director of Amateur Cricket.
This is a role with the responsibility to deliver all aspects of the organisation’s development programme including coach education and support, game strategies at the amateur level and the organisation and support of Canterbury representative coaches. The Development Manager will also have hands on responsibility for coaching Canterbury age group teams and manage key game development relationships for Canterbury Cricket. An exceptionally close relationship exists with our five district associations and this role will assist these associations to achieve their respective development goals.
The result will be the development and implementation of an outstanding Canterbury wide development strategy that creates a culture of outstanding customer service and experience.
In order to fulfill the vision and responsibilities of this role, candidates will preferably possess the following attributes and experience.
§ Knowledge of and a proven track record in game and coach development within the New Zealand Cricket environment
§ Current NZC level 3 coaching qualification or overseas equivalent
It is anticipated that the successful applicant will commence work in early February 2013.
Applications for this role close on Wednesday 28th November. Applications must be made by email to Richard Hayward, Director of Amateur Cricket at email@example.com
The applications must include a covering letter and show that you possess the attributes, skills and experience detailed above.
Initial enquiries are available by phoning Richard Hayward on +64 3 366 3003 and a full job description is available by clicking here or upon request.