WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM HEAD COACH
The Women's National Head Coach ('Women's Coach’) will be a competent and qualified sports coach with significant experience and exposure to the international cricket environment.
The Women's Coach will have a primary responsibility for delivering high-quality individual and team coaching with a particular emphasis on developing a mixed squad of senior and junior players. Currently, the role would include responsibility for developing the appropriate coaching structure and support environment around the national senior team.
The Women's Coach will also have responsibility for the USA Cricket Under 19 Women's Team ('Under 19 Team') and other national junior female teams as may be established, in delivering improved performance and results of the teams and their players and ensuring continuity of philosophy, planning, and structure from the Women's Team and across the Women's High-Performance Program. The precise scope of this aspect of the role will depend upon several factors, including the specific skills, experience, and fit of the successful applicant and the playing commitments of all teams across the entire program.
The Women's Coach will work in close collaboration with the High Performance Program Manager or the respective cricket committee on strategic matters. This person must have a "can do anything" mindset and be prepared to multi-task across diverse work demands as part of a growing organization. The role will involve traveling globally and within the USA and the ability to operate out of routine office times.
• Minimum of 3 years of coaching experience with an ICC full member team, first class team/National team or Associate member national team and/or in a professional environment
• A track record as a coach of delivering results in high-pressure and competitive cricket matches and events.
• Proven success in effectively leading, managing, developing, and motivating high-performance
professional players, teams, and multi-disciplinary support staff.
• Working knowledge of high-performance cricket environments and performance, current trends in international cricket formats, and international playing conditions.
• Comfortable with the latest high-performance analysis and monitoring technologies applied to