Gloucestershire Cricket Executive Board seeks co-opted members
5 October 2018
At what is a very exciting time for the game of cricket, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club are looking to work with as many diverse communities and individuals as possible and therefore the board of directors of the Club are inviting interested parties to apply for one of up to four co-opted roles that currently exist on the Club’s Executive Board.
Those candidates with skills and experience across Facilities and Operations, Legal and Compliance, HR and People, Participation Sports, Cricket, Media, Commercial and also Community Engagement will be particularly welcome. Any successful candidate must be able to commit a minimum of 1 to 2 days a month on a voluntary basis in their respective roles and be expected to work closely with the Executive team, led by the Club’s Chief Executive.
Never has there been a better time to get involved as Gloucestershire County Cricket Club (GCCC) and the Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) further their commitment to develop a joint strategy for cricket across the region which will be underpinned by a set of shared services. This will enable all forms of cricket to grow, develop and excite our communities under one shared vision.
Gloucestershire Cricket are fully committed to adopting Sport England’s guidance on governance – and are working towards fulfilling Tier 3 requirements - Click here for the Sport England's guidance of governance. We wish to benefit from the input of suitably capable individuals from a vast range of different backgrounds. We are therefore actively seeking interest from a wide range of individuals who will bring this strength in depth to our Board and truly reflect the diverse nature of the region.
Any applicants are asked to please send a CV with a covering letter to the Company Secretary at “The Brightside Ground, Nevil Road, Bristol, BS7 9EJ” or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a closing date of October 31st 2018.
All applications will then be considered by an independent nominations committee during November (at which short-listed applicants will be interviewed by this nominations committee) prior to recommendations being made to the main Executive Board in early December.