Careers

First Team Head Coach
St Peters Lutheran College

To actively support the mission and values of the College in developing and mentoring our students to reach their potential as athletes and young men.

Director of Cricket
Fremantle District Cricket Club

Under the assumption that assistance may be afforded to Premier Cricket Clubs by the Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA) under its Premier Cricket Program for the 2020/2021 season, the FDCC is seeking expressions of interest from ACA members who may be willing to join our Club in our quest for excellence and premiership success for the forthcoming season by undertaking the role of Director of Cricket. Click here for expressions of interest

Recruitment of Premier Cricket Senior Men’s Head Coach.
Melville Cricket Club

This role will entail creating a program and environment that is elite in its diversity, challenging for those looking for higher honours, but also creative and enjoyable for those looking to improve and compete hard on a weekend as part of a close-knit and sustainable club.

Head Coach and Development Coaches
University of Tasmania Cricket Club

Head Coach and Development Coaches within the club’s female cricket program. If you are interested, please apply in writing and include your most recent playing/coaching/sports management experiences, contact details and any other relevant information. Applicants must hold, or agree to obtain a minimum Community (Level 1) coaching accreditation and a valid Working with Vulnerable Persons registration. The successful candidate will be working with the most experienced coaching panel in the Cricket Tasmania Premier League, so passion and enthusiasm for female cricket is of greater importance than coaching experience alone. Initial inquiries and expressions of interest can be directed to Ben Harrison – Director of Coaching (0418 338 355)

Cricket Australia

Cricket Australia (CA) is one of the nation’s premier sporting bodies, and provides an exciting, dynamic working environment within the sports and entertainment industry.

Cricket NSW

Trading under the name Cricket NSW, the NSW Cricket Association operates across a number of departments – Business Administration Services, Commercial Operations and Events, Communication, Cricket Performance and Game Development.

Cricket Victoria

With more than 100 employees at the new CitiPower Centre in St Kilda, Cricket Victoria is one of Victoria’s leading sporting organisations, overseeing all aspects of the game from the grassroots through to elite levels across the state.

Queensland Cricket

QC is an operation of more than 100 full-time employees located throughout the State. It is administered by a leadership team headed by Chief Executive Officer Max Walters under the direction of a nine-person Board of Directors, headed by Sal Vasta.

South Australian Cricket Association

The South Australian Cricket Association is responsible for co-ordinating international and domestic cricket matches, coaching and development programs for boys and girls, umpiring and ground management.

Cricket Tasmania

Cricket Tasmania is the governing body for cricket in Tasmania promoting and developing the game throughout the State.

Western Australian Cricket Association

The Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) is the governing body of cricket in WA, overseeing the development of the game throughout metro, rural and regional areas.

Northern Territory Cricket

Northern Territory Cricket is the peak cricket body in the NT and we aim to unite, inspire and support all those who love the sport.

Cricket ACT

Cricket ACT is the peak state sporting organisation responsible for the governance, development, promotion and administration of cricket in the Australian Capital Territory.

International Cricket Council

The ICC is the global governing body for cricket. Representing 105 members, the ICC governs and administrates the game and works with our members to grow the sport. The ICC is also responsible for the staging of all ICC Events.

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