Edgbaston Stadium, the internationally recognised sporting venue in the heart of Birmingham, prides itself on delivering an exceptional experience to all its visitors.

This includes partnerships and activities with community groups, schools and residents, and subsequently forms a key part of Warwickshire County Cricket Club’s vision – to transform community engagement.

The formation of the Warwickshire Cricket Foundation (WCF) is key to this pledge and we have significant plans to grow and develop our activities. The WCF will manage all community engagement activities at the Stadium and will work closely with colleagues in the WCF to maximise usage and opportunities for Warwickshire communities to benefit from the Stadium.

The Stadium Programmes Manager will be integral to effective communication and organisation of these activities. They will also be responsible for delivering the EDI community activities and co-ordinating resident liaison alongside a range of projects to provide access and inspiration to our visitors. They will also take responsibility to focussing on the priorities for the WCF, which are currently to grow the workforce and champion female engagement in the sport.

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How To Apply

Please provide a cover letter and up to date CV to: recruitment@edgbaston.com

Closing date: Sunday 6 August 2023

Please note, interviews will be held on Monday 14 August 2023 at Edgbaston Stadium.

All candidates are encouraged to complete the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form when applying. This will assist in monitoring selection decisions to assess whether equality of opportunity is being achieved, however, the provision of this data is entirely optional. 

Any information collated will be treated as strictly confidential and will not be used in the short-listing process.

Equal Opportunities In Employment Policy Statement

Warwickshire County Cricket Club will ensure that all existing and potential employees receive equal consideration, and is committed to the elimination of unlawful or unfair discrimination on the grounds of gender, race, disability, colour, ethnic and national origin, nationality, sexuality, marital status, responsibility for dependants, religion, trade union activity and age (up to 65). 

It is the intention of Warwickshire County Cricket Club that its work force, at all levels, should reflect the composition of the City’s population.  To achieve this Warwickshire County Cricket Club will take active and positive steps to eliminate discrimination, reduce the effects of past discrimination and to promote equality in employment.

Safeguarding Statement

Warwickshire County Cricket Club and Warwickshire Cricket Board Ltd are committed to safeguarding and protecting the children and young people that we work with.  As such, roles involving any type of Regulated Activity or any interaction with children, young people or vulnerable adults are subjected to a safer recruitment process: ECB DBS clearance is mandatory before taking up the role.  We ensure that we have a range of policies and procedures in place which promote safeguarding and safer working practice across our services.