Berkhamsted Cricket Club Women and Girls Lead Coach
We are recruiting a dedicated coach to support the development of Women and Girls cricket. Applications are invited from interested candidates by 31st January 2023.
Ability to coach, enthuse and lead the Women's and Girls’ sections
Core Cricket Coaching qualification (old Level 2) or better
Be a strong candidate for participation in
Women's Sunday League cricket
Deal with administration and recruiting
Willingness to coach beyond BCC e.g. schools and outreach
Be an ambassador for the club
Coaching certificates as above
Able to start prior to Christmas with development of a
winter coaching and recruitment
Good playing experience in competitive leagues
Right to work in UK or UK passport holder and DBS approved
Highly motivated self-starter
Accommodation can be provided contingent on
local school coaching contract
Competitive contractor rate for 9 month contract. January - September
Additional earning opportunities incl private coaching
Reporting to Head Coach James Bell
Expressions of interest requested
Informal discussions welcomed prior to formal application.
Please contact •
James Bell (Head Coach) firstname.lastname@example.org
and Emma Potts email@example.com
To Apply Send a CV and Covering letter
Winter training take place at the Knox-Johnston sports centre on Sundays between 5pm-6.30pm. Cost is £10 per session or £45 for all six sessions available.
They alternate between men's (including U16+) and women's training as follows:
Men: Jan 8th, 22nd, Feb 5th, 26th, March 12th, 26th
Women: Jan 15th, 29th, Feb 12th, March 5th, 19th, April 2nd
Note that there is no session at all on Feb 19th
Discrimination has no place in cricket. Along with The England & Wales Cricket Board and Hertfordshire Cricket Limited, Berkhamsted Cricket Club are committed to taking all allegations of discrimination within cricket in England and Wales very seriously and want to ensure that anyone can report it in the knowledge that we will act appropriately.
We stand against discrimination in all its forms and are committed to ensuring that cricket is a game for everyone. If you have experienced or witnessed discrimination you can report it through the ECB’s website: https://www.ecb.co.uk/reporting-discrimination
Any reports will then be triaged by the ECB and investigated by the relevant cricket organisation.
For further information and to view the policy in full please use the links below.