As one of domestic cricket’s most successful clubs with a globally acknowledged stadium, Warwickshire CCC is now looking to appoint a progressive, proven men’s First Team Coach to work with the Director of Cricket and the wider Elite Cricket department to deliver a sustained period of success for the Club in all forms of the game.
The successful candidate will have a proven track record in delivering trophy-winning success through the creation of a winning team ethos based on strong values and a healthy, inspiring culture that allows players, coaches and all within the Club to exceed their own expectations.
Said Paul Farbrace, Warwickshire CCC Director of Cricket: “Everyone at the club is excited by the opportunity to bring fresh perspectives and ideas to Edgbaston as well as a proven ability to create trophy-winning Warwickshire teams that play exciting, positive cricket.
“That experience could have come from developing winning teams anywhere in the world at a domestic or international level. Due to Warwickshire CCC’s reputation within world cricket we are confident that there will be interest from a number of high calibre candidates.”Paul Farbrace
For the full Job Description and information on the recruitment process click here.
As part of Warwickshire CCC’s commitment to representing the communities that it serves and employing a diverse and inclusive workforce at all levels of the organisation, principles of the Rooney Rule will be adopted to encourage applications from suitably qualified BAME candidates. This is the first time that a professional First Class county has adopted these principles.
Said Stuart Cain, Chief Executive: “There shouldn’t be a barrier in the mind of anybody with the right experience who wants to apply for this job. So, we think it’s right to adopt the principle of the Rooney Rule in the same way as many of the world’s leading sports organisations have.
“Birmingham is one of the UK’s, if not Europe’s, most diverse cities and we have to reflect this when holding a mirror up to the Club and how we operate at every level, from the Board down.”