Placement Position - School and Club Development Officer

Job Placement Title: School and Club Development Officer
Employer: Cornwall Cricket Board
Location: Cornwall
Are you aged 18-24?
Interested in making a difference to others?
Cricket and Community orientated?
If so, Cornwall Cricket Board have an amazing opportunity for you to
join their inspirational team!
Job Placement Summary


JOB PURPOSE
To deliver key aspects of the ECB All Stars and Dynamos Cricket, Chance to Shine school
delivery and club support and development. Also, to assist with Cricket Centre duty and
indoor cricket competitions management.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
To assist delivery of the ECB national programmes All Stars & Dynamos.
To deliver children’s cricket through Chance to Shine’s coaching programmes and working
with clubs to support and develop.
To work with primary schools to assist creating strong working links with the club network.
To develop and coach on development programmes for U11, U13 and U15 age groups.
To assist coach(es) on CCB holiday camps annually.
Cricket Centre duty management responsibilities.
Indoor cricket competitions management.

SUPERVISION AND WORK PLANNING
The post holder will be employed by the Catch 22 and seconded to Cornwall Cricket Board
on a temporary basis (6-9 months). The post will be line managed by the School and Club
Development Officer (Lead) based at the Cornwall Cricket Centre, Truro

GENERAL
This job description only contains the principal accountabilities / main duties relating to
this post and does not describe in detail all of the duties required to carry them out.

Essential skills, experience and qualifications
Essential
 Must be aged 18-24 and eligible to work in the UK
● Minimum of UKCC2 qualification
● First Aid, Safeguarding Young Cricketers trained or a commitment to achieving
within a short period of time.
● A valid ECB DBS vetting check (can be completed once accepted).
● Computer literate and an effective user of Excel & Word.
● Highly motivated to develop players and cricket
● Good communicator and innovative.
● Good presentation skills.
● The ability to work as a member of a team and on an individual basis.
● The ability to travel independently to and from sites.
● Understanding of partnership working and showing an ability to make links with
contacts throughout the county.
● The desire to develop as an individual.
● Driver’s license and own car.
Desirable
● Knowledge of the National Curriculum.
● Knowledge of fundraising
● Understanding of the ECB All Stars Cricket and Dynamos Programmes.
● Understanding of the Chance to Shine scheme.
● Understanding of club to school links and cricket development pathways.
● Good administration skills.
● Good leadership skills.
Number of hours per week: 30 hours (could be increased to 37.5 hours)
Work pattern and contracted hours/shifts:
09:00 – 16:00 (Monday – Friday)
However, the post holder may be expected to work evenings and weekends as and when
required.
Hourly rate of pay: National Living Wage

If you are interested in applying for this role and are 18-24
years old, have a keen interest in Cricket and the
Community, then please submit your CV to
yearofservice@catch-22.org.uk