Talent Pathway Administrator
Contract Type: Part Time
Working Hours: 20 hours per week
Location: The County Ground / Working from Home
Reports To: Boys Cricket Performance Manager
Main Responsibilities and Duties
To provide administrative, compliance, logistical and operational support across all departments
within the Boys Talent Pathway.
Enable the successful delivery of the Boy’s Talent Pathway Programme.
– To send out, receive and process pathway nominations from clubs.
– To prepare and distribute information relating to trials to Parents/Guardians
– To support the Recreational Cricket Office regarding online registration and payments of
– Preparation of registers.
– Collate player feedback from the Performance Coaches and provide this feedback to
– Initial point of contact for Parents and Guardians
– To provide administrative support, as required to the Head of Talent Pathway, Boys
Performance Cricket Manager and Talent Pathway Performance Coaches.
– To distribute to parents and guardians all information relating to the arrangement and
staging of training sessions and games and all other relevant correspondence
– Publication of all information pertaining to the Talent Pathway
– To collaborate with the Recreational Cricket Office and book venues for all boys’ county age
group fixtures, collaborating with clubs, schools, and other cricket venues.
– Book and liaise with umpires, scorers, analysts, and match officials
– Ensure all coaching personnel and volunteers have up-to-date DBS, First Aid and
– Ensure all data is stored according to GDPR
– To attend meetings relevant to the post and take minutes
– To be committed to Continued Professional Development and attend training as and when
required by the Talent Pathway management
– To undertake any other duties that might reasonably be deemed appropriate to the post
– To always work in a professional and presentable manner
– Always adhere to company policies
– To organise the annual pathway presentation evening.
– Have the flexibility to work evenings and weekends as and when required
– Recognise that safeguarding children and adults at risk is everyone’s concern and ensure all
incidents or concerns are reported without delay to the County Welfare Officer
– Answer phones, direct enquiries and take messages within the main office
– Cricket operations 1st X1 duties.
Qualifications and Experience
– Safeguarding course – Certificate of Attendance
– Up to date DBS check
– Full driving license and ability to travel independently between sites
Knowledge and Experience
– At least three years administration experience
– Excellent organisational skills and accustomed to meeting demanding targets
– Ability to work independently and as part of a team
– Effective Communicator
– Ability to liaise effectively with parents, coaches, and other stakeholders
– Evidence of partnership working and the ability to forge sustainable links with stakeholders
– Good team player with a flexible approach
– Good at planning and well organised
– Strong IT skills
– Able to work flexible hours as agreed with the Boys Performance Cricket Manager
– Self-motivated and able to inspire and enthuse others.
Applications should be emailed to email@example.com before Monday 9th August.
Interviews will take place the week commencing 16th August.
Assistant Ground Staff
Northamptonshire County Cricket Club are looking to add a new member to our ground staff team on a summer contract.
An immediate start, this position will assist the Head Groundsman and wider ground staff team in ensuring the facilities at The County Ground are of a consistently high standard.
Previous experience in a similar role isn’t required but would be beneficial, full training will be provided on the job if needed.
Please note this role will include out of hours and weekend work.
To apply, please email your CV to Head Groundsman Craig Harvey.