Derbyshire Cricket Foundation (DCF) is the Governing Body for recreational cricket in Derbyshire, delivering services in support of the cricket community across the county. It is one of 39 County Cricket Boards/Foundations in England & Wales, and works in partnership with a number of key stakeholders to develop the recreational game locally in line with the strategy developed by the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB). We have an ambition to inspire a generation to say, “Cricket is a game for me”. The DCF is also a registered charity that aims to improve well-being and provide opportunities for diverse communities across the County through cricket.
Derbyshire Cricket Foundation on behalf of the East Midlands Women’s Cricket League (EMWCL) are seeking to appoint an administrator to support day to day running of the EMWCL. This exciting role seeks an energetic and enthusiastic individual who has a passion for developing the women’s game. The successful applicant will be employed by the Derbyshire Cricket Foundation and work directly for the East Midlands Women’s Cricket League.
We are seeking a self-starter with energy and enthusiasm together with good administration and organisational skills. The successful candidate will require both team working skills and the ability to work unsupervised using their own initiative.
The EMWCL Administrator will work closely with the league Chair and each of the 5 East Midlands Counties to effectively and efficiently administer the day to day running of the league. The EMWCL Administrator will co-ordinate fixtures and communicate with a wide range of people within the league structure to ensure the league continues to deliver high quality cricket competitions.
The main areas of responsibility for this role can be divided up as follows:
League Secretary: Carry out the duties of the league secretary
Play-Cricket: Responsible for the management of the league play-cricket site
League Fixtures: Develop and coordinate all league fixture
League Management and Logistics: Responsible for league logistics, including ordering of match balls and player registration
League Discipline and Discrimination: Responsible for the administration of the leagues discipline procedures and administration of any breaches of the Anti-Discrimination Code.
Social Media: Responsible for coordinating and operating the leagues social media channels.
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Salary: £8,580 per annum based on 15 hours per week (0.4FTE)
Expenses: 40p per mile will be paid for travel to duties directly related to your work for the EMWCL. This does not include travel to and from work
Mobile phone and laptop provided
Pension: Pension Scheme Available
Hours of work: 15 hours per week to include work on evenings and weekends as well as during the day on weekdays as required.
Holiday: 10 days holiday per annum (based on 0.4FTE), plus 8 public holidays.
If successful in your application you will be required to provide documentary evidence of your right to live and work in the United Kingdom prior to commencing employment.
The selected candidates will need to produce one recent work reference and one personal reference.
The appointment is subject to a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.
Derbyshire Cricket Foundation is committed to to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We ensure that we have a range of policies and procedures in place which promote safeguarding and safer working practice across our services and are committed to ensuring safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities, government guidance and complies with best practice and the ECB requirements to ensure that all children participating in Cricket have a safe, positive and fun experience, whatever their level of involvement.
At the Derbyshire Cricket Foundation (DCF) we are committed to ensuring that cricket is accessible, safe, and welcoming to all, and to the principles of equality of opportunity. We aim to ensure that no individual is discriminated against on the grounds of any of the protected characteristics outlined in the Equality Act, 2010; age, gender, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, disability, race, colour, ethnic or national origin, religion/belief or sexual orientation. In line with these commitments we will seek to recruit a diverse workforce of high quality, high performing individuals who have the specific competencies (qualifications/knowledge, skills, experience and behaviours) required for defined roles which will support achievement of our mission, strategy, and business plan. All applicants will have equality of opportunity during our selection processes, and decisions will solely be based on an individual’s ability to meet the requirements of the role. All applying candidates will be required to complete the DCF Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.
To apply, please send a CV, covering letter and the completed DCF Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form to DCF Managing Director, Richard Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 8th September 2023
Interview Date: Week commencing 18th September 2023