Can you offer the SW Premier League your expertise?
Can you offer subject matter expertise or experience to support the South Wales’ Premier Cricket League?
The SWPCL management committee is seeking expressions of interest from people to help with specific areas of the League’s operations. These are volunteer roles in the following areas: -
Communications to drive the League’s social media requirements.
Sponsorship & Marketing to develop the League’s marketing and sponsorship offer
Safeguarding to act as the League’s Safeguarding officer ensuring that the league adheres to the ECB’s Safe Hands Policy.
The League would encourage expressions of interest from diverse applicants and is committed to creating a safe and inclusive environment for all to enjoy the game.
To find out more about these roles see below
For more information or to discuss please email Paul Morgan here.
To apply please email the League Secretary.
League Safeguarding officer Role
Main purpose: To keep across the league’s clubs’ compliance levels on safeguarding e.g., ensure each club has a Safeguarding officer and captains’ DBS etc.
Also, the role will:
- Be the main contact that the Cricket Wales Safeguarding lead will advise if there are any issues happening at a league club.
- Ensure validation of clubs in connection with and support from with the Cricket Wales’ Workforce officers as to whether each of the 20 clubs are complaint on the Safe Hands Management System.
- Attend occasional meetings of the Cricket Wales Safeguarding Council.
Ideal Experience and Skills
- The Club Safeguarding Officer MUST have, or obtain, a current valid ECB DBS check. The ECB DBS check must always be current i.e., every year or via the ECB's annual check of the DBS Online Update service
- Be prepared to complete the required training and the core tasks of the role see here
Ideally the person will: -
- Be aware of the ECB process for reporting incidents to the County Safeguarding Officer, ECB and Statutory Agencies.
- Have a basic knowledge of the different forms of abuse that can occur within, and outside of sport, which are harmful to children.
- Have a basic understanding of the Statutory Agencies and their role in child safeguarding.
- Be aware of ECB safeguarding policies and procedures as set out in “Safe Hands.”
Main Purpose: to develop successful social media campaigns and raise the profile of the league and its activities.
Main duties include
- Using social media marketing tools to promote the main activities of the league including key messages, events and results etc
- Monitoring and using all social media content such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube and another other platform appropriate for the league’s purposes
- Where possible, pulling KPI data to determine social media campaigns’ success
Marketing and Sponsorship
Main Purpose: to use the league’s unique selling opportunities to generate funds to support the league’s work.
Main duties include
- Create a vibrant face for the league and ensure that events, communications and the overall image and presentation of the league is professional and effective.
- Look to develop stories of good practice and human interest to raise profile of the league.
- Nurture and secure sponsorship using the online and other methods to present a professional image for the league.