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Purpose of the Job:

The EDI Lead will drive the Equity, Diversity Inclusion Strategy across Middlesex Cricket.

Main duties:

  • EDI curriculum – develop and deliver a comprehensive EDI education and training for all staff, affiliated league committees and officials. This will evolve over time and will form part of our core business embedding best practice
  • Data collection, analysis and interpretation of EDI related data to help inform decision making within Middlesex CCC
  • Community faith leadership – help with cultural awareness, training, building relationships with communities and membership development; ultimately with a view to engage all our communities and bring them to the heart of what we do
  • Influence development of Middlesex in the Community as a vehicle for leading change
  • Contribute to strengthening internal and external communications across the organisation and beyond
  • Ensure the relevant ECB CPA (County Partnership Agreement) standards are met and evidenced
  • Close working relationship with the safeguarding team including case management and investigations
  • Overall strategic EDI lead across both MCCC and MitC and, in particular, working closely with MitC participation managers, leading on the development of a comprehensive online education resource for all staff, tailored to meet the needs of a range of roles, working at different levels
  • Any ad-hoc duties as required

Job Details

Required Skills & Experience
In-depth knowledge of the EDI challenges facing cricket
Not mandatory, but an understanding of the recreational game, ideally within Middlesex
Relevant University Degree/Higher National Certificate/Diploma
Experience of working or volunteering in the EDI industry
Ability and experience to maintain confidentiality
Understanding of change management; how to engage stakeholders, execute communications and manage ‘change’
Ability to respond appropriately, within the required timelines to all stakeholders
Highly organised, will own the EDI + SG plan and will therefore need to be able to prioritise multiple activities
Good IT skills, use of MS applications and other relevant tech (survey tools etc.)
Good IT skills and experience of using MS platforms
Pay rate
Up to £35,000 dependent on experience


Contact Information

Lord's Cricket Ground, Saint John's Wood Road, London, UK