County Welfare Officer - Volunteer Vacancy
The safeguarding and support of Young People in Cricket is of paramount importance to the LCB and ECB.
The Lancashire Cricket Board, the Governing Body for cricket in Lancashire, Merseyside and Greater Manchester, are looking to recruit a new County Welfare Officer for the Greater Manchester area.
Whilst this position is not a contracted paid post, there are opportunities to earn modest ad hoc fees and expenses in carrying out the duties required.
The post holder will report direct to the relevant Cricket Development Manager (CDM) and hold key positions on LCB Sub-Committees.
A small commitment to training will be required to undertake these duties.
We are inviting “expressions of interest” for this very important role. Informal interviews will take place on 14th January 2013 at Old Trafford.
For full details of the Role Description and Key Skills including Core Knowledge required from candidates, please download information pack below.
What to do next?
If you are inspired by this opportunity, want to work with young people and a leading governing body in sport, then please write to:
Lancashire Cricket Board
County Cricket Ground
Or email: email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Informal interviews will take place on 14th January 2013 at Old Trafford.
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