Cricket Wales is today launching its search for prospective Recreational Game Directors.
One of our incumbent Recreaitonal Game Directors is eligible to re-apply for a further term and one will step down after completing their maximum permissible term.
The full advert for the Recrational Game Director vacancies, and process for applying (which requires support from 2 affiliated clubs or bodies) can be found here (ac yn Gymraeg yma ); The Job Description is available here (Disgrifiad Sydd yn Gymraeg yma ).
Cricket Wales CEO, Leshia Hawkins, commented, "Despite the obvious challenges of the last 2 years, Cricket in Wales is absolutely thriving, and this is a very exciting time to join our Board; We are delivering on our ambitious growth strategy, and enjoy fantastic support from our partners at Glamorgan Cricket, the England & Wales Cricket Board and Sport Wales. Our volunteer base is second to none and my Executive team continue to set the standard for cricket development and growth of our sport's reach, relevance and accessibility.
"We are also further advancing our equality, diversity and inclusion standards, modernising our operations and enhancing our digital capabilities, but, most of all, we are creating more opportunities than ever for people in Wales to say 'Cricket is a game for me'."
"If you have a passion for cricket and its power to unite, and want to make a difference by offering your business skills and experiences in cricket to our Board I would urge you to apply."
Candidates are asked to submit their CV, a letter detailing their motivations for applying and confirmation of their proposal and seconding of their nomination from 2 affiliated clubs or organisations to [email protected]
Deadline for applications is 5pm Friday 29th July 2022. Interviews to be scheduled in mid-August.
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