Coach Development Operations Manager

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Coach Development Operations Manager

  1. Lead the work of developing our local club and Cricket Wales’ pathway coaches (current and future) to support our collective ambitions to grow the game and raise standards across Wales.
  2. Raise the profile and ‘brand’ of coaching across the network; To act as an ambassador and ‘evangelist’ for coaches of all levels, and coach development in Wales.
  3. Revolutionise the way cricket in Wales generates, diversifies, develops and mentors its coaching workforce of the future.
  4. Work collaboratively with the three Club Workforce Development Officers in each Area, ensuring a smooth service in relation to administration and delivery across Wales, thus ensuring the delivery of area development plans for workforce growth.
  5. Seek out best practice, innovation and new developments from relevant networks that spur on coach development across Wales.
  6. Increase the overall volume of trained and deployed coaches to match the rate of growth in participation.
  7. Develop relevant and appropriate CPD needs and delivery across the club network, aligning this with the strategic needs of the business plan (performance/grassroots/women’s & girls’ cricket/transition of junior cricketers, from All Stars upwards) and putting in place relevant and timely courses to address these needs.
  8. Act collaboratively with the three Area teams and the Cricket Wales’ Talent Pathway team, ensuring an end-to-end service for the cricket network and the betterment of coaching standards.
  9. Apply effective systems so that there is up-to-date management data across all coach development measurables.
  10. Ensure Cricket Wales has the most up-to-date view of the volume of coaches active in Wales and is supporting them with talent and ambition to enable them to fulfil their potential.
  11. Run coach development programmes which are commercial (attractive to potential sponsors) and enable Cricket Wales to make a net-profit in order to reinvest revenues back into coach development and training.
  12. Run appropriate initiatives linked to the reward and recognition of Wales’ best coaches.
  13. Support clubs and Workforce Support Officers in the administration of umpires’ and scorers’ courses in Wales.

Job Details

Depending on experience


Contact Information

Cricket Wales, Pontcanna, Cardiff, UK
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