Medical Panel Member - England Men (Team Physician)

England and Wales Cricket Board

  • Grade: Guide
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Location: Remote
  • Closing: 6:00pm, 19th May 2021 BST

Perks and benefits

Flexible working hours
Additional parental leave
Work from home option
Professional development
Wellness programs
Extra holiday
Paid volunteer days

Candidate happiness

8.79 (1720)

Job Description


The main role will be to act as team physician for the England Men’s Cricket team.

The purpose will be to ensure appropriate standards of all matters relating to the management of injury and illness of the England Cricket team. The key objective is to optimise the availability and performance of the EPS by working to minimise the impact of injury and illness.  This is measured by weekly monitoring of EPS availability for selection and England Team forced changes relative to international opposition.

The multi-disciplinary team (MDT), that travels with the England Men’s Team, the two other Medical Panel members and the Chief Medical Officer and National Lead for Physiotherapy, both based at the National Cricket Performance Centre, will support the role and be key colleagues.

The job will involve travelling either in the UK and abroad directly supporting the England Team, when the post holder will be present at every day of a series or tour.  This aspect of the role will be shared with two other members of the medical panel. 

The individual is expected to have other roles in Sports Medicine that will support their on-going competencies as a skilful practitioner in Sport and Exercise Medicine.


The England and Wales Cricket Board is the national governing body for all cricket in England and Wales, supporting the game at every level – from grassroots to professional.

We believe cricket is a force for good that can have an enduring impact on everyone’s lives and we have an ambitious strategy to inspire a generation to say ‘cricket is a game for me’. It provides great entertainment. It teaches important skills, both physical and social.  It can help inclusion and social cohesion, bringing communities together.

The ECB welcomes applications from all backgrounds to ensure we deliver our Inspiring Generations strategy and fulfil our purpose to connect communities and improve lives through cricket.



  • Stronger As One Team – We are stronger together. We allow for individual strengths and beliefs but head in the same direction. We respect, support and really listen to each other along the way.

  • Push New Boundaries – We are bold, brave and curious. We challenge and don’t settle. We forge the future whilst remembering our roots.

  • Be The Best In The Game – On & Off The Pitch – We train hard. We strive to be our best to help the team be the best. We celebrate our victories and learn from our let downs.

  • Passion For Play – We are here to inspire & be inspired. We are serious about what we do, but don’t take ourselves seriously. We enjoy the journey and have fun.



  • You thrive in a sporting and performance environment

  • You’re able to apply different approaches and solutions to a range of injuries and illnesses

  • You enjoy a high level of autonomy, taking responsibility for diagnostic decisions whilst supporting the team


  • Lead and deliver high quality medical support to the England Men’s team in order to optimise player performance, availability, and wellbeing

  • Be a key member of the England Men’s support team and Science and Medicine team

  • Day to day delivery as the lead point of contact for the England medical team to the head coach

  • Interacting with coaches, selectors, players, and other support staff members

  • Maintaining appropriate and complete injury and treatment records for all injuries and illness using the ECB’s standard software package for each player


  • Qualification as a Sports Physician, preferably a specialist in Sports Medicine

  • Current registration with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) and General Medical Council (GMC)

  • Current Advanced Life Support and Emergency Care accreditation

  • Extensive experience of working in Professional team sport, preferably with cricket

  • Significant understanding of cricket injury and performance requirements and the ability to demonstrate effective injury and illness diagnostic decision making skills

  • Practical knowledge of mental health and wellbeing support pathways and ICC Anti-Doping policies



  • Competitive salary

  • 25 days’ holiday

  • Private medical insurance

  • Non-contributory 8% pension

  • Life assurance

  • 30% discount on New Balance items

Removing bias from the hiring process

  • Your application will be blind reviewed by our hiring team to ensure fairness
  • You’ll need a CV/résumé, but it’ll only be considered if you score well on the blind review

Applications closed Wed 19th May 2021


Removing bias from the hiring process

  • Your application will be blind reviewed by our hiring team to ensure fairness
  • You’ll need a CV/résumé, but it’ll only be considered if you score well on the blind review

Start your de-biased application