Qualified Cricket Player/Coach

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Qualified Cricket Player/Coach

Qualified Cricket Player/Coach

Sport is an important feature of the St John’s College culture. We have a proud sporting history. Young men can excel here in winning teams and participate in a wide range of sporting and physical pursuits. There is ample opportunity for students to test their talents, broaden their horizons and form lifelong friendships through sport.

All students are strongly encouraged to participate in sport. A range of sporting codes are offered, and our teams compete strongly, regionally and nationally, in both traditional and emerging sporting competitions.

As a Marist school, we insist on high standards of behaviour and sportsmanship from our students. Sport helps young men to develop qualities that will serve them in life – the ability to be gracious in victory and generous in defeat, to train and play hard and to play fair, to strive for excellence and to bounce back from disappointment.

Role Summary

The successful applicant will be responsible for creating a thriving performance environment for the SJC 1st XI, through both an individualised approach to athlete development and the focus on building a consistently performing team.

The position plays a key role in working collaboratively with all other SJC cricket coaches, the Director of Sport and the strength and conditioning coach to deliver a programme that creates alignment between all the SJC cricket teams.  Contracted 12 hours per week.

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Job Details

Depending on experience
Required Skills & Experience
Ability to create and communicate clear plans to support the delivery of a fully integrated cricket programme.
Leadership and presence that drives SJC Cricket performance environment, including effectively managing a group of 15 plus people including players and support staff.
Acting as a player/coach will be an advantage.
Constructive and clear communication directly with players that builds trust, especially around team selection.
Strong relationship building skills that promote effective communication towards all key stakeholders, in particular players.
Cricket knowledge and skills relating to the technical and tactical requirements of the game with a demonstrated history and ability to coach a specific skill set associated with cricket.
Coaching qualifications relevant to leading a cricket programme will be an advantage.
High level of drive, ambition and passion towards cricket development and personal growth.
Pay rate
$30 – $35 per hour


Contact Information

Hamilton Central, Waikato
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