A Community Cricket Coach is being sought for the Dumfries and Galloway region. The post, which is with Cricket Scotland and in partnership with Dumfries and Galloway Council, has the objective of building on the cricket already played in the region. The focus is on developing junior cricket and involving more youngsters in the sport by linking more schools with clubs.
Last year in Scotland, 18000 children were introduced to the sport by primary school teachers, a 10% rise on the previous year. A number of these were in Dumfries and Galloway but the aim is to increase that involvement in sport. With new Regional Cricket Academies in place across Scotland the route is also there to achieve regional and national selection. Partly as a result of these initiatives Cricket Scotland recently was awarded the International Cricket Council (Europe) award for best overall cricket development programme.
This part-time position with Cricket Scotland is located at the Sports Development Team at DG One. It has been made possible through the efforts of the DG Cricket Development Group, local clubs, and with the support of local community funding.
Further details on the role and how to apply are available here
D&G Community Cricket Coach Advert (Adobe/PDF file)
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To request a job description and person specification contact
Steve Paige, Head of Community Development, Cricket Scotland, National Cricket Academy, MES Sports Centre, Ravelston, Edinburgh, EH4 3NT (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or for an informal discussion contact him on 07825 172341.