Disability Cricket Development Officer
This vacancy is now closed.
21 hours per week (3 days) - 3 years fixed term contract. Based at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester.
The Lancashire Cricket Board is the National Governing Body for cricket in Lancashire, which covers the areas of Lancashire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside. We want to promote the game of cricket at all levels through partnership of the Professional and Recreational Cricketing bodies and all other appropriate agencies within Lancashire.
The Disability Cricket Development Officer role is a 3 years fixed term contract post working 3 days a week. He / she will be responsible for overseeing the LCB's disability programmes across the 4 disability groups (learning disability, physical disability, hearing impaired and visually impaired). A key part of the role will be to engage with key contacts within disability organisations and sports development structures, to re-establish the Lancashire Disabilities Cricket Development Group and to gather insight and feedback in planning future programmes. The post holder will also work alongside the already established Lancashire Disability Squads.
Details of main tasks are included in the job description and person specification - click here to download.
The hours of work will be 21 hours per week (3 days) with some evening and weekend work expected. The post is also subject to an Enhanced DBS check.
To apply, please complete an application form - click here to download and send to firstname.lastname@example.org or Lancashire Cricket Board, Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 0PX. If you want an application pack to be sent by post, please phone 0161 868 6865.
No CVs or agencies.
The Closing Date for applications is 02 May 2014.
Lancashire Cricket Board is an equal opportunities employer.
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