Have you got what it takes to be a Cricketeer?
Volunteers are set to be at the heart of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, which comes to Edgbaston for five games.
Known as the Cricketeers, they will work in a number of key areas and will be the face of the tournaments.
From spectator services to accreditation, we need you to play a key role in helping us to deliver two months of exciting cricket next summer.
Across all venues of the ICC Champions Trophy and ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, we need 1,500 people that are hardworking, dedicated and enthusiastic to work across both tournaments.
Apply to be a Cricketeer Here.
The application process is now open and you have until Monday 16 January to apply.
To be a Cricketeer (volunteer), you must:
- be 18 years of age before 31st March 2017
- be able to speak and read English
- be eligible to work in the UK
- be available for at least four shifts (min three shifts at Cardiff Wales) per tournament at your chosen venue.
- be able to attend a ‘face to face’ informal interview
- attend one training day (per tournament) at the venue you are volunteering at. Training will take place during April/May.
What a Cricketeer may gain from the role
- Personal satisfaction of contributing to a world class global tournament.
- Enhancement of CV
- Increase Employability
- Learn new skills
- Meet new people
- Opportunity to work as a team
- Meet like-minded people.
- Attaining volunteer hours to achieve volunteer certificates
- Get to wear and keep the Official ICC Tournaments Cricketeers uniform.
- Arrangements are being made to contribute to individuals volunteering expenses.