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England and Wales Cricket Board
A Women’s Sports Development Officer aims to increase and develop the range of Sport and Physical Activity opportunities for women.
They work with National Governing Bodies of Sport to increase opportunities for women and develop player pathways and competitive opportunities.
A day in the life of a Women’s Sports Development Officer
As National and Regional Cricket Development Manager it is my responsibility to work with Counties to develop and progress their Annual Development plans. This involves collating knowledge of women's cricket and wider sports issues that affect participation in women's sport. I respond to queries relating to the management of women's cricket in England and Wales.
We manage the current Chance to Shine England Coaching Ambassadors – 8 of the England Women’s international team have coaching contracts.
We work with other departments in ECB to developed aligned, robust plans for cricket development.
Development of improved practices and innovative solutions is key to the role. I need to ensure I am visible and communicate to all partners.
My aims are to create opportunities, influence people to create change, continuously improve what I do and create a legacy I will be proud of.
|1.||Being able to transform opportunities for girls and women in cricket and change cultures through getting more people taking women's cricket seriously|
|2.||Being able to make a real difference by doing something better and making things clearer|
|3.||Seeing women and girls participation increase as a direct impact of the work you do|
|1.||Business or Sports Management degree|
|2.||Project management skills|
|3.||Leadership / people management skills|
|3 opportunities and experiences you recommend people gain?|
|1.||Work in a sports development environment through volunteering or through a work experience or apprenticeship|
|2.||Job shadow people within different departments of a sports club|
|3.||Understand the sports framework for clubs and schools so you understand the environment you are expected to work within|
|£18,000 - £25,000|
You can study a BSc or BA (Hons) in Sports Development at;
|Edge Hill University|
|Leeds Metropolitan University|
|Liverpool Hope University|
|Liverpool John Moores University|
|Manchester Metropolitan University|
|Nottingham Trent University|
|Sheffield Hallam University|
|Southampton Solent University|
|University of Abertay|
|University of Bath|
|University of Bedfordshire|
|University of Bolton|
|University of Central Lancashire|
|University of Chester|
|University of Chichester|
|University of Cumbria|
|University of Derby|
|University of East London|
|University of Glamorgan|
|University of Gloucestershire|
|University of Northampton|
|University of Plymouth|
|University of Portsmouth|
|University of Sunderland|
|University of the West of Scotland|
|University of Wales Institute, Cardiff|
|University of Wales, Newport|
|University of Worcester|
|York St John University|
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