Lancashire Lions VICC Looking for Volunteers
Lancashire Lions Visually Impaired Cricket Club require volunteers for a number of different roles around the club.
Details of different roles are provided below. If you are interested then please contact Sheraz Chohan on 07581 351786 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mini Bus Driver
The club require an experienced driver who will drive the team to away matches on a weekend and may require an overnight stay on a few occasions. All meals and refreshments will be paid by the club and if required accommodation is also covered in the event of an overnight stay. All candidates must hold a valid driving license and have some experience of driving a mini bus and should also have an up to date DBS check. A rate of £10 per hour of driving is paid. Minimum age 23 years of age.
The club require a person who can help setup chairs, tables, boundary markers and guide and support people on a match day. Volunteers are required on match days on a weekend. Candidates must have a DBS check and should be of a friendly nature. The club will provide food and refreshments. Minimum age requirement is 20-years old and they will pay a negotiable sum per day.
Female Cricket Coach
The club require a qualified female cricket coach to help deliver schools and youth taster sessions with the aims to encourage more female participation into the club and sport. The candidate must be available during week days and must be safeguarded. They will require evidence of qualifications and DBS certificate. A rate of £20 + travel expenses is paid per session this is a great opportunity for the candidate to gain valuable experience in working with children and youth in the disability sports and will create other opportunities of employment. Minimum age requirement is 20-years old.
The club require qualified umpires to adjudicate on a Saturday or Sunday home fixture at Our Lady’s RC High School Manchester. Matches start at 1pm and can last up till 5.30pm with umpires required to arrive at the venue 30 mins before the scheduled start. Food and refreshments are provided. Rules of blind cricket will be explained and a copy of the governing body’s rules and regulations will be available. Each umpire will be paid £30 for development games and the BCEW will pay for national league matches. Candidates must have umpiring experience and have awareness of disabilities.
The club require a qualified sports nutritionist to deliver an educational program to members of the club once a month with the aims of helping athletes improves fitness. The candidate may run the program in a tutorial format or individual progress plans with each athlete. The club can agree on a negotiable rate with the candidate. Refreshments will be provided. This is an opportunity for the candidate to gain valuable experience of working with disabled athletes. Minimum age 20-years old and should be DBS checked.
All interested candidates should contact the club secretary Sheraz Chohan on 07581 351786 or email: email@example.com.
Lancashire Lions VICC can also can be followed on Twitter @lancslionsvicc and Facebook, look for, Lancashire Lions Visually Impaired Cricket Club.
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