Job Vacancy - County Safeguarding Officer

County Safeguarding Officer

Role: Part Time, 22.5 hours a week, flexible

Remuneration: £15,000 per annum plus a pension

Cornwall Cricket Board are looking for a professional County Safeguarding Officer (CSO) to support and safeguard the cricket environments across Cornwall.

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and Cornwall Cricket Board are committed to ensuring that all children* and adults who participate in Cricket are made welcome and have a safe and positive experience within the cricket. The safeguarding and support of children adults in cricket is of paramount importance us all. (*Children refer to those aged under 18 years)

The County Safeguarding Officer acts proactively as a source of advice and support on Safeguarding matters to the Board and Clubs. The County Safeguarding Officer will provide local leadership around county safeguarding and is a champion of safeguarding in the county at all levels of the game.

This individual will provide an important link between the ECB Safeguarding Team and the club game, disseminating information in the County, and providing vital local knowledge and support in managing and investigating incidents and concerns. The individual will represent the ECB locally in relevant safeguarding settings and attend relevant meetings. County Safeguarding Officers should where requested attend County Board meetings. The incumbent will be loaned a laptop and mobile phone to use for the purposes of the role.

To apply for the position please download and complete the application form below:

Application Form - CCB Safeguarding Officer.docxCounty Safeguarding Officer Job Description.docx

Deadline for applications - 5:00pm on the 8th October 2021

Inteviews will take place on the 18th October 2021

Please submit your applications to Joe Skinner: cco@cornwallcricket.co.uk