Cricket is New Zealand’s premier summer sport with 170,000 people currently playing the game, making it one of the most widely played sports in the country.
NZC’s vision is focused on ensuring cricket is a game that can be played anywhere, by anyone. Whatever their circumstances, New Zealanders will be given every reason to celebrate and engage with cricket as their game.
We have a high-performance culture, underpinned by quality people, systems and facilities, helping to produce winning BLACKCAPS and WHITE FERNS who inspire the nation and represent the best of New Zealand’s values and culture.
Cricket is one family, with quality and consistency that nurtures the game at all level and provides pathways towards success on the international stage. NZC takes a global approach and perspective to our activities for the betterment of the game in New Zealand.
We’re a passionate and enthusiastic organisation committed to living and breathing our purpose: connecting New Zealanders through our spirit of cricket.
Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021 Vacancies
An opportunity exists for an innovative leader to deliver a well-planned and aligned cricket coaching program to support the continued development of both team and individuals within our Knights programme, across all three formats of cricket. This will include working with domestically contracted and non-contracted players as well as New Zealand Cricket contracted players, Blackcaps within the Northern Districts environment. We are seeking a skilled communicator who has the ability to engage players and staff with a clear cricket vision and strategy, whilst producing an environment that supports each individuals holistic development needs.
We encourage all interested applicants to apply by 5pm Monday 1st June, 2020. Please include a cover letter and CV via email to Daniel Archer, GM Performance & People: firstname.lastname@example.org
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An opportunity exists for an innovative leader to deliver a well-planned and aligned cricket coaching program to support the continued development of both team and individuals within our Spirit programme. This will include working with domestically contracted and non-contracted players as well as any New Zealand Cricket contracted players, White Ferns within the Northern Districts environment. We are seeking a skilled communicator who has the ability to engage players and staff with a clear cricket vision and strategy, whilst producing an environment that supports each individuals holistic development needs.
We encourage all interested applicants to apply by 5 Monday 1st June, 2020. Please include a cover letter and CV via email to Daniel Archer, GM Performance & People: email@example.com
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Cricket Wellington is seeking a suitably qualified and energetic professional for the position of Competitions Manager. This exciting opportunity will support Cricket Wellington’s strategic priorities in Community Cricket and oversees the successful implementation of competitions and tournaments for male and female players at all levels.
The purpose of this position is to lead all Men’s, Women’s, Junior, Youth and Senior Competitions and Tournaments, with the aim of growing participation and providing players with an outstanding cricket experience. This role is perfect for someone who wants flexibility in their role and enjoys engaging with a wide range of stakeholders. The Cricket Wellington team are young, dynamic and forward thinking; so if this sounds like you then this is the job for you!
This role is a full-time permanent position that will be based in the Cricket Wellington offices at the RA Vance Stand in the iconic Basin Reserve in central Wellington. The remuneration for this role is on-par with Competition Manager roles within the RSO network.
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Located at the historic Basin Reserve the New Zealand Cricket Museum was established in 1987. Since opening the Museum has occupied the former-dining room of the Museum Stand continuously until its closure in 2019 for refurbishment. The Museum is undergoing a major redevelopment project that will bring cricket, its history, and its culture to life in hands-on and innovative ways and we are looking for a Curator to help us shift the collection back into the Stand and prepare for opening later this year.
The Curator is responsible for providing curatorial services for the New Zealand Cricket Museum and contribute to its; continued development, collection management and development, exhibition programme and public programmes activities.
If you are keen to be part of a museum that will be an exciting space for people to celebrate all the things that make cricket great; from the grassroots to the legends, the heroes behind the scenes to the diversity of the game. Then we are keen to talk to you.
The role reports to the CEO Cricket Wellington and is a permanent part time position of 20 hours a week.
To apply please email your merged CV and Covering Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than 5pm, 29 May 2020.
To discuss this opportunity in confidence please contact CEO Cam Mitchell on 027 585 9028
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An exciting opportunity has arisen to lead one of New Zealand’s most successful provincial cricketing teams. Canterbury Cricket are looking for an experienced and innovative coach to fulfill the Head Coach role for their Men’s Senior Team.
The Head Coach will be responsible for developing, implementing and leading world class campaigns across the three domestic formats of the game, with a focus on growing the long term performance capability of our players. Reporting to the High Performance Manager, this role will lead the team on and off the cricket field to the highest possible standard of excellence and professionalism.
The role requires strong leadership and interpersonal skills, with an ability to build and maintain a values based team culture. The successful applicant will require strong technical and tactical cricketing knowledge, complimented by a deep understanding of campaign and individual performance planning.
If you are performance driven, passionate about creating change and motivated to be part of a values led organisation that provides a supportive work environment, then please forward your CV and cover letter by Wednesday 3rd June, 2020, to the High Performance Manager at email@example.com.
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