SACA Player Development Manager
Forming part of the managerial team the Corporate Communications Manager has responsibility for internal and all external communications, brand management and public relations activities.
The SACA in conjunction with the Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA) is seeking a highly motivated Player Development Manger to implement individualised best practice professional development, health, wellbeing, career and education programs to SA male and female players.
Reporting to the ACA National Player Development & Wellbeing Manager and the SACA Director of Cricket, you will be completing and executing comprehensive career assessments on all players. Identifying skills gaps and providing formal advice about education opportunities that will assist players in achieving career plans.
A case management approach will allow you to provide appropriate first incident response to players who present with professional or personal issues. Managing the delivery of all wellbeing programs will be successfully achieved through the building of trusted relationships with players, coaches, cricket operations staff and Cricket Australia.
To support your transition into this role, you will have recognised qualifications in psychology, counselling, elite athlete mentoring or at least five years experience working in an elite athlete development environment.
You must be able to demonstrate the ability to build relationships across a diverse group of stakeholders and demonstrate an in depth understanding of the on and off field requirements of elite cricketers.
Please email you applications in confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications close 21st June 2013
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