Cricket Blast Officer

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Cricket Blast Officer

About the role

WA Cricket has some fantastic casual opportunities for new Cricket Blast Officers to work within a dynamic Community Cricket team at one of WA’s leading sporting organisations!

We have multiple Cricket Blast Officer roles available based in Metropolitan Perth.
The Cricket Blast Officer is responsible for organising the delivery of Cricket Blast, School and other cricket experiences through WA Cricket identified opportunities. The Cricket Blast Officer will collaborate with the wider Community Cricket team to achieve results that support the growth in entry level cricket participation.

Key Responsibilities

  • Utilise data and insights to deliver WA Cricket Blast Programs in schools and in the community.
  • Target and engage priority schools and coordinate Cricket Blast Centres and School Programs in line with the growth strategy. Candidates will leverage the profile of the BBL/WBBL and utilise the Perth Scorchers brand as a strategy for maximising participation.
  • Support (where applicable) the delivery of school holiday programs and post BBL/WBBL activity in the community including Cricket Blast, Social cricket and Girl’s competitions.
  • Undertake a range of tasks as required by the Cricket Manager.
  • Coordinate marketing and communications to promote activities to recruit 5-12 year old participants to start and continue their amazing cricket experience.

A little bit about us

At WA Cricket we aim to be leaders in Australian sport and pride ourselves on developing inspiring players, creating a fun and inclusive community and delivering social outcomes through cricket. The iconic WACA Ground is home to the Perth Scorchers, WA Men’s and Women’s Teams and the WA Cricket Foundation.

Our Culture

At WA Cricket we are committed to nurturing a diverse and inclusive workforce and offer equal opportunities to all. We embrace diversity and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities, abilities, sexual orientations and gender identities.

We are committed to providing a safe environment for children across Australian Cricket, and we also offer a flexible work environment for all employees. We measure ourselves on our values of Excellence, Collaboration, Inclusion and Celebration.

Job Details

Depending on experience
Required Skills & Experience
Experience and understanding of community and the sports industry
Excellent customer and relationship building skills
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Ability to collaborate across a number of teams to achieve goals
Ability to use data and insights to tell a story
Passion and ability to promote & deliver entry level programs
Experience in stakeholder engagement and influencing skills
Demonstrated ability to think strategically and can consistently search for innovative approaches
Availability to work flexibly
Working with Children Card
‘C’ class driver’s licence


Contact Information

East Perth WA, Australia
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