Cricket Ireland Seek An International Teams Administrator
Cricket Ireland is seeking to recruit an experienced, high performing, self-motivated, well organised and highly efficient International Teams Administration Manager, to ensure the efficient running of all Ireland International Teams.
The position is a permanent full-time role; reports into the Performance Director and is headquartered in North Dublin, although the role demands a national brief across both sides of the border.
Working closely with the Men’s Head Coach, Women’s Head Coach and Performance Director, the International Teams Administration Manager will have overall responsibility for the operations, logistics and general administration relating to the co-ordination, preparation and movement of all Ireland Teams (Senior Men and Wolves, Senior Women and A team, boys and girls Under 19, 17, 15 and 13). The successful candidate must be eligible to work in an EU country or have the required working visa.
The International Teams Administration Manager (ITAM) comes under the direct line management of the Performance Director and is accountable to him for the performance of their tasks. In turn, they have line management responsibility for the full-time Cricket Administration Assistant, and part-time cricket operations managers for the men’s, women’s and under 19 teams.
In fulfilling their primary purpose, they must work closely with Ireland Senior Men’s, Women’s and Youth Teams’ support staff (including management personnel, the Chair of National Selectors and other Ireland selectors, assistant coaches, specialist coaches, physiotherapists, psychologists and media manager) as well as all Ireland Teams’ players as appropriate.
They must also liaise with personnel from all indoor and outdoor high performance facilities, including the CI high performance centre. Of special importance is their relationship with the Ireland Men’s and Women’s Team Operations Managers whose administrative function is specifically targeted at the day-to-day support of the Ireland senior teams during competition. The ITAM deals directly with the ICC, overseas Boards and all CI departments on Ireland Team administrative matters. They also serve as the main point of contact for all senior men’s and women’s incoming touring teams as regards their tour arrangements.
To play a key role in the initiation and monitoring of the International Teams’ budgets including those for the incoming senior men’s and women’s touring teams. Within these allocated budgets, provide the necessary administrative support to Ireland players, team management staff, and all other personnel working within the International Teams areas, ensuring the administrative readiness of the Ireland Teams for international competition at home and abroad and associated team preparation periods. Co-ordinate the production of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for incoming senior touring teams and ensure that all necessary hosting arrangements are in place for these teams.
This role requires a considerable amount of flexibility and out of hours working. The job description is only a summary of the role as it currently exists and is not exhaustive or comprehensive. The responsibilities and accountabilities might differ from those outlined and other duties, as assigned, might be part of the job.
The package will include a competitive salary range commensurate with qualifications, skills and experience, and include healthcare, mobile phone and laptop for business use. Complimentary gym and swimming pool membership will also be available subject to current DCU arrangements.
The closing date for applications will be Wednesday 15th May, 9am local time.
A detailed letter of application and full CV should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject ‘International Teams Administration Manager’ and will be confidential.
Interviews will be held on Monday 22nd May.
If this opportunity interests you, please email a CV and a covering letter addressed to Recruitment, email@example.com. Please include International Teams Administration Manager” in the subject box of your email.