Lead Strength & Conditioning Coach – Men’s Cricket

Report Abuse


Lead Strength & Conditioning Coach – Men’s Cricket

Cricket Ireland is seeking a full-time permanent Lead Strength and Conditioning Coach – Men’s Cricket.

The position is based in North Dublin, but the nature of the role will work mainly from the Sport Ireland Institute in Abbottstown. It will at times demand a national brief across both sides of the border as well as time travelling overseas with the Men’s team.

The successful candidate must be eligible to work in the European Economic Area (EEA) and, if not currently in possession of one, will need to apply for an appropriate employment permit, which can take up to 5 months.

The successful candidate will coordinate and deliver high quality physical preparation services to the Ireland Men’s Performance squad as well as work around the Men’s pathway programmes, whilst working closely
with other science and medicine national leads and disciplines.

Job Details

Depending on experience
Required Skills & Experience
Degree (or equivalent) in sport science or related subject, specialising in physical preparation of athletes.
UKSCA accreditation or internationally recognised equivalent, or ability to obtain within six months.
Minimum of 5 years full time or part time equivalent experience working within high performance sport.
Experience of working within a multidisciplinary team in the delivery of strength and conditioning services to performance teams.
A track record of success in developing physical qualities of teams and athletes within performance sport.
Experience of managing and implementing various Sport Science support tools including GPS, HR monitoring, strength diagnostics tools and Athlete Management Systems.
Experience of travelling with teams on overseas tours or major competitions.
Strong programming and coaching skills.
Strong IT skills, including use of Microsoft excel.
Current basic life support training and first aid qualifications.


Contact Information

Cricket Ireland, Priorswood, Dublin, Ireland