Cricket Tasmania is the governing body of cricket in Tasmania promoting and developing the game throughout the state. As a unique and iconic sporting organisation it has responsibility for all aspects of the sport within Tasmania from junior cricket and coaching programs through to professional players, coaches and umpires.
Coach Education and Development Manager
Cricket Tasmania has a fantastic opportunity for a Coach Education and Development Manager to join the Game and Market Development team.
The key role accountability is to develop, implement and manage coach education and development programs across Tasmania. The scope of the role includes supporting the following areas:
- High performance, male and female programs
- Grade Cricket
- Junior Club Cricket
- Game and market development
- Coach accreditation
To be successful in this role you will demonstrate:
- Level 3 Coach accreditation
- An in-depth understanding of modern coaching techniques and methodologies
- Coaching experience within High Performance programs
- Experience and understanding of coach education programs
- Understanding of the development, implementation, and management of coach development programs
- Well-developed facilitation and coordination skills
- Exceptional administrative, planning and organisational skills
- High level interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
- Relationship building and stakeholder management skills
- Strong commitment to performance excellence
Reporting to the State Game & Market Development Manager, this full-time 2 year contract presents an outstanding opportunity for the successful candidate to play a key role in the on-going success of cricket in Tasmania.
To apply please submit a written application including a cover letter and your resume to email@example.com, addressing how your skills and experience fit the role responsibilities.
For more information, please view the Position Description or contact Jacqui Thorp, HR Manager on 03 6282 0422.
Applications close - 6 May 2015
Gordon Disctrict Cricket Club
Founded in 1905, the Gordon District Cricket Club (GDCC) has a proud history of producing competitive teams and players in the Sydney Grade Cricket competition.
The clubs has four club championships, six 1st Grade and numerous lower grade premiership to its credit - including three in the last 3 seasons under our recently retired head coach.
The Head Coach is responsible for the following:
- Prepare the annual Cricket Program.
- Together with the Club Cricket committee, setting the overall coaching structure and resources, including appointment of assistant / specialist coaching roles.
- Planning and implementing the training and coaching program for the six grade, Poidevin Gray, and High Performance Development Squads.
- Developing and implementing both pre season and in-season training programs.
- Identify the specific requirements of teams and individuals, and providing the coaching to enable those individuals to specifically target the areas identified
- Co-ordinating and managing the specialist and assistant coaches
- Support first grade team preparation on match days.
- Reporting to the Cricket Committee as to the progress of the playing group including significant issues; ongoing program planning; skill deficiencies; resource issues; facility issues.
- Liaising with the Selection Committee and team captains regarding selection and player performance.
- Regular direct liaison with players regarding their progress, areas of improvement, development of plans with specific skill coaches, utilising a 360 degree feedback format.
- Liaising with CNSW with respect to GDCC players in their programs and ensuring, where possible, that GDCC players are given opportunity to obtain higher representative honours.
- Representing GDCC, where required, at various functions, media opportunities.
- Liaising with the GDCC Junior Development area to ensure strong linkages in coaching programs and player progression from junior squads to grade cricket.
- It is desirable that the candidate hold Level 3 Coaching Certificate with Cricket NSW/Australia
- Relevant coaching experience at grade and/ or junior elite squads
- Ability to build high performance team culture
- Strong people management skills
- Ability to lead a sporting club through change
- Demonstrated abilities to obtain results
This is a part time, fixed term role for 3 years (subject to satisfactory performance). Remuneration for the role will be discussed with the successful candidate.
This is an exciting opportunity to put your mark on the future success of our club and its talented players.
Please direct all inquires to firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance or Michael Cant on 0419 422 873.
Casey South Melbourne Cricket Club
Casey South Melbourne is one of Victoria’s Premier Cricket Clubs competing in the Victorian Premier Cricket competition, the elite turf competition in the state.
The South Melbourne Cricket Club (SMCC) was founded in 1862, and has been an integral aspect of community life in South Melbourne. The club has a proud history, and has produced nine (9) Australian Test Captains; more than any other club in Australia. Forty-seven (47) International players have represented the club, and eight (8) of these players have been listed amongst Wisden's "International Cricketer of the Year".
From the 2005/06 season the club has be known as Casey-South Melbourne Cricket Club (CSMCC), and moved to a new home at Casey Fields in season 2006/07.
The club currently has a young dynamic squad and we are looking for an experienced coach to lead and develop this squad to reach full potential.
Key Selection Criteria / Position Requirements
Qualifications & Licenses
- Level 3 Cricket Coach Accreditation desirable
- Minimum Level 2 Cricket Coach Accreditation
- Current driver's license
- All appointments will be subject to a Working with Children Check
- First Aid qualification is desirable
- Legally able to work in Australia (must provide evidence)
Knowledge, Skills & Experience
- Have proven ability and experience to coach cricket at Premier Cricket level or above
- 3+ years' experience as a Head Coach desirable
- Experience leading and managing people and proven ability to develop a high performance culture within teams.
- Strong detailed working knowledge of cricket and game strategies within a high performance environment
- In depth knowledge of the Victorian Elite Pathway
- Have proven ability to identify and nurture talented players
- Excellent communication and presentation skills
- Excellent time management and attention to detail
- Proficient knowledge, use and understanding of Microsoft Office
- Proficient knowledge, use and understanding of Video Analysis to assist technique assessments
- Excellent relationship building and stakeholder engagement skills
- Effective communication to deal with assistant coaches, players, selection committee, parents, and CSM committee
- Remuneration is negotiable, based on past record and experience
- Non-playing Head Coach preferred (negotiable for the right person)
- Verbal applications will not be accepted
- Referees & references MUST be provided
Applications close - 25 May 2015
Australian Cricketers' Association
The Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA) is the official collective and representative body of professional cricketers in Australia, safeguarding the rights of present and past, male and female elite cricketers.