Flinders Park CC Seek Senior Coach
Date of Event : Sat Mar 24, 2018 9:47AM

 The Flinders Park Cricket Club welcomes applications for the position of Senior Cricket Coach (non-playing or playing) for 2018/19 season and beyond.

The club fields three senior sides in ATCA (A2, B2, LO1) and five junior sides currently in the ATCA and WSJCA, plus Milo In2Cricket.

 The successful candidate should have (but not limited to):

  • An ability to coach and improve the performance of our playing group
  • A Level 1 or higher coaching accreditation (preferred)
  • Excellent communication and leadership skills
  • Drive and motivation to be successful
  • Ability to develop and implement a pre-season training schedule
  • Ability to be actively involved with player recruiting as required
  • Availability to attend training sessions and match days for senior grades
  • Willingness to integrate with our junior program to develop our players of the future.

We aim to develop the club in the upcoming years to return to A1 Cricket and are seeking a coach to lead the development of our young playing group to the next level (over 50% of the A-Grade squad are aged 20 years or younger). We are ideally seeking more than a coach that runs nets and fielding drills. Ideally you will possess a vision to implement, that fits in with our club and a plan too.

 The club is based at Flinders Park Reserve, Hartley Rd as part of Flinders Park Football Club Inc., with some of the best facilities in ATCA, including both playing and training turf wickets, two ovals, fully enclosed hard wicket training nets and bowling machine for player development.

 For further information or to submit your application, enquiries to be forwarded to Grant Scheuffele (Cricket Director) on email to or 0418 991 079. With remuneration negotiable based on coaching and/or playing experience, a fantastic opportunity presents itself for the right candidate.

 All enquiries and applications will be held in the strictest confidence.

Applications Close: Monday, 30th April

Last updated: Friday April 27, 2018 2:23PM
Author: David Heyzer