Coupons by Cricket - 4 results
Employer: Radlett Cricket Club
Salary: Discussed at interview, dependant on experience
Location: Radlett & Surrounding area, Hertfordshire
Job Type: Fixed Term (Part time)
How to Apply: Email your interest and CV to Daniel at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07957773204 for more details.
Radlett Cricket Club are looking for ECB Level 2 qualified coaches for the coming season, delivering Sunday morning coaching and an after school club once a week, this is a part time position and can be accompanied by becoming a playing member of the club.
Sundays: 9:00 – 12:00
Afterschool: 3:30-4:30 (day to be determined at a later date)
Closing date: 31 March 2016
Interview date: 1 April 2016
Employer: Cricket Wales Senior Women’s Squad
Location: Based in Cardiff but significant travel throughout the UK on weekends during summer months
Job Type: Part-Time (25-30 days per year)
How to Apply: Please send a covering letter and CV with “Physiotherapist Application” in the subject bar to email@example.com
Cricket Wales are seeking a Physiotherapist educated to degree level including HCPC registration to work with their senior women’s squad.
The role would involve:
- Attending training sessions at the SSE Swalec Cardiff during winter months, approximately 10 Saturdays per year.
- Travelling with the squad on match days, approximately 15 days per year.
- Carrying out any screening, injury prevention and injury monitoring where necessary.
- Responsibility for the assessment and rehabilitation of players who are injured. Occasionally may need to be available outside of training and match days to provide treatment if necessary.
No previous experience of working in a sports team or sporting environment is required but would be desirable. Good communication skills and a desire to work in a team are essential. Some cricket knowledge is desirable but not essential. This is an exciting opportunity for a physiotherapist to gain experience of working in an elite sporting environment while assisting the elite female cricketers in Wales.
Closing Date:19th February 2016
Employer: Derbyshire County Cricket Club
Salary: To be discussed at interview
Location: Derbyshire County Cricket Club, The 3AAA County Ground, Grandstand Road, Derby, DE21 6AF
Job Type: Fixed Term (Full time)
How to Apply: Applicants should submit a CV and covering letter by email to Natalie Howson. E: firstname.lastname@example.org
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic Physiotherapist with excellent interpersonal and communication skills to join our progressive Sports Science and Medicine Team at Derbyshire County Cricket Club.
Roles of Assistant Physiotherapist include:-
• Pitchside Physiotherapy cover for match and training sessions and travel with teams where necessary.
• Effectively assess and treat any injuries that occur.
• Implement agreed treatment and rehabilitation programs.
• Maintain accurate documentation on the ECB Profiler system in line with HCPC standards.
• Implement comprehensive MSK screenings of professional and Academy squads.
• Assist in the development and delivery of individualised physical preparation programs to maximise availability and optimise the performance of our professional and Academy squads .
• Assist in the monitoring and management of player workloads.
• Assist in pre match preparation and post match recovery.
• Contribute to the in-service training program.
All applicants must have current registration with the Health and Care Professions Council and The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
An immediate care in sport qualification would be desirable.
Reference number for the Assistant Physiotherapist post: DCCCAP1
Closing date: 21 February 2016
Employer: Chance To Shine
Salary: £30-35k p.a. (pending experience)
Location: London Office (Kia Oval)
Job Type: Full Time
How to Apply: Please submit your CV and a Covering Letter outlining your suitability to the role to email@example.com.
IMPACT AND EVALUATION MANAGER
Chance to Shine is a national charity whose mission is to take cricket into state schools and deprived communities to raise aspiration, build skills, unite diverse communities and inspire young people. Its vision is to give every young person the opportunity to play and learn through cricket – with all the associated educational, social and health benefits.
Since its founding in 2005 by Lord Mervyn King and Mark Nicholas, Chance to Shine has reached 2.5m young people – including more than 1m girls – in 11,000 schools, training 45,000 teachers and 13,000 young leaders along the way. Alongside its work in state schools, the charity has built a highly successful programme for deprived inner city communities, Chance to Shine Street, which reaches some 4,000 regular participants each year – 70% of whom are from ethnic minority backgrounds and 90% of whom are not members of traditional cricket clubs.
Chance to Shine has recently refreshed its brand, replacing the Cricket Foundation as the charity name. Its two core programmes are now called ‘Chance to Shine Schools’ and ‘Chance to Shine Street’ (previously StreetChance). In 2015, Chance to Shine is celebrating its 10th anniversary and embarking on a new campaign to reach a further one million young people over the next five years. The charity has annual income of approximately £5m and 15 full-time staff. Chance to Shine enjoys tremendous support from a wide range of cricket and celebrity ambassadors, and eight members of the England women’s cricket team work for Chance to Shine one day a week as Coaching Ambassadors.
Purpose of the Role
In the past 12 months Chance to Shine has reviewed its Monitoring and Evaluation practices in partnership with industry experts and has developed a new Theory of Change to support a new Impact and Evaluation Measurement
Framework. The purpose of this role is to further develop and oversee the implementation of this framework.
Specifically, the Impact and Evaluation Manager will be expected to:
- Ensure that Chance to Shine can make the best of its resources to have the greatest impact on the lives of young people within educations and from disadvantaged backgrounds.
- Be the lead in the organisation in gathering, managing and using evidence as effectively and efficiently as possible to inform internal and external improvements to the way we deliver our programmes. In doing so, this role will work closely with CTS staff to help generate, refine and review evidence, find ways of revealing our achievements and highlight areas for improvement.
- Play a key role in developing the evidence base to support decision-making in Chance to Shine. This will involve conducting research related to specific areas of intended impact, combined with analysis of the wider education and community landscape to provide strategic insight to the Senior Leadership Team. They will support the Operations team on a range of projects looking at, for example: the continued effectiveness of our coaches and teachers; the causes of lower attainment for young people from disadvantaged areas and effective interventions; and the potential role of Chance to Shine for social good.
- Be responsible for overseeing all programme monitoring through the online Views system, supporting programme delivery partners in gathering and inputting appropriate data; maximising use of the reporting and analysis functions; and supporting the Chance to Shine team with relevant data where needed for internal and external communications and reporting to Trustees and Funders.
- Support all departments across Chance to Shine, in particular fundraising in setting up evaluation frameworks for specific partnerships and implementing them, responding to data requests from within the organisation, and support the management of our data capture and information in order to better understand and maximise the impact that Chance to Shine has in harnessing the power of cricket. They will also be responsible for communicating findings across the organisation, with external delivery partners, stakeholders and beyond.
- Work closely with all departments across Chance to Shine to ensure evaluation and research best practice is embedded in all of the organisation’s work.
Supported by a knowledgeable and skilled Chance to Shine team, this role is a great opportunity for an applicant interested in evaluation to develop their research capabilities.
Further information on the role can be found by downloading the full job description.
Chance to Shine is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to undertake a DBS check.
Closing Date: 5pm on Friday 5th February.
Interviews will take place on Friday February 12th in London.