ECB Non-Executive Director(s)

England and Wales Cricket Board

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  • Closing: 6:00pm, 16th Apr 2021 BST

Perks and benefits

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

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Job Description

How to apply

Interested candidates can obtain a job description from SRI, who are leading the search on behalf of the ECB. For further information or to engage in a confidential discussion about the role, please contact: ecbned@sriexecutive.com

Background

The ECB is the governing body and proud custodian for cricket. Its role is to lead and support the growth of cricket in England and Wales. It is unique among major sports in the UK in being responsible for the entire game, from grassroots and recreational cricket all the way up to the international arena.

Under the direction of the new Chair, Ian Watmore, the board is determined to accelerate the ECB’s journey to becoming a modern, influential, and enabling governing body, which is strategic, diverse, inclusive, transparent and true to its, and the game’s, values.

The key to meeting these commitments will be the successful implementation of the game’s “Inspiring Generations” strategy, delivering results on the ground, building momentum and widening participation across the board. Working in collaboration with

 Board Vacancies

 The ECB has vacancies for both Independent and Cricket Directors. 

  • To be considered as an Independent Director the individual must be free from having any close connection to the ECB, currently or within the last four years. The detailed definition of Independence is found in the Code for Sports Governance.

  • To be considered as a Cricket Director an individual must not be an existing officer, employee or representative, or have a material financial connection with, any first-class county club, the MCC, the MCCA or any member of the Recreational Assembly.

We are looking for candidates who can help cricket become more equal, inclusive and diverse.

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Applications closed Fri 16th Apr 2021

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