Dec 02, 2019
Pathways Strength and Conditioning Coach - Glamorgan Cricket Club - Salary £20,000 - £24,000 per annum - Closing date 18 December 2019
£20,000 - £24,000 yearly
The Position The overall purpose of this role is to lead the delivery of Strength and Conditioning across the Glamorgan County Cricket Pathway and to assist the Lead S&C coach in delivery of S&C services to the professional players. Main Duties: • Conduct fitness assessments 3 times per year for all Academy players, and various development squads, or as deemed appropriate by Lead S&C and Academy Director • Report results of screening and assessment to the Lead S&C, coaches and players as soon as possible using effective means of communication • Plan and deliver an annually periodised strength and conditioning plan based on player and GCCC requirements • Ensure a minimum of 2 sessions per week with the academy players • Manage and oversee physical preparation of players that are in boarding schools • Supervise monthly stature measurements for identified players • Provide player education sessions • Work alongside GCCC Physiotherapists and the Lead S&C Coach to provide rehabilitation to injured players • In conjunction with Lead S&C and Physiotherapist, work towards developing a robust pathway system that supports the development of world’s best practice for GCCC • Undertake regular professional development to keep abreast of world’s best practice • Manage and supervise work experience support for all age group sessions (primarily off-season) The Person The successful candidate will have the following experience / skills / qualities: • Experience gained in a professional sport • Sports science / S&C degree; preferably post-graduate level • Knowledge of elite cricket performance and practice methods • Experience of working with developing athletes • High quality S&C programming and coaching skills • Practical knowledge of injury rehabilitation and prevention training • Practical knowledge of nutrition strategies and recovery practices to support performance and health • Practical knowledge of monitoring and analysis systems • Leadership skills and ability to influence individuals and key stakeholders • Good presentation skills In addition, the role also requires: • Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check • Basic Life Support (sport specific) maintained annually • Full UK driver’s license • UKSCA accreditation (or ability to achieve within 6 months) • Safeguarding Children certification How to apply To Apply Please forward your cv with a one page covering letter outlining why you are suitable for this post to email@example.com . Closing date for applications is the 18th December 2019, Interviews expected week beginning 13th January 2020.
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