Job description

Cricket NSW oversees cricket in New South Wales from our elite professional teams to community, school, and social cricket. We are responsible for leading and growing cricket throughout NSW.

Our purpose is to inspire everyone to love cricket with the desire to be No. 1 in all formats, produce the best players and coaches in the world and be the leading sport for women and girls. You are joining a team that is energetic and motivated – we deeply enjoy the work that we do and the impact it has in the community.

About the role

Player Development Manager (female) is a trusted role at Cricket NSW, responsible for implementing the Game Plan, Well-being and Education Program for our NSW female players across Women’s Big Bash League, State and underage representative level. 

About you

  • Qualified and experienced in Psychology, Counselling, Career Development or Education
  • Great at building relationships with a diverse group of stakeholders
  • Trustworthy and reliable, with a proven commitment to ethical behaviour, particularly in relation to maintaining confidentiality
  • A genuine desire to assist our female elite cricketers fulfill their professional development plans
  • Great energy and work ethic
  • Positive, passionate and up for a challenge!

What’s in it for you?

This is a 4 day/week role based out of our offices at Sydney Olympic Park.

Build your skills in a high-growth professional environment. Work in a dynamic, flexible and progressive workplace that is committed to giving you the opportunities you deserve. Enjoy the fun of professional sport and the rewards of contributing to your community. Take advantage of the employee benefits on offer, including learning and development opportunities, flexible work practices, salary packaging and the odd ticket to the cricket.

Keen to join our team?

Please click ‘apply’ through Beam before the 3rd December (you’ll need to sign up to Beam first). We welcome your application!

Applying is easy — answer 3 questions and record a 1-minute intro video so we can get to know you. 

At Cricket NSW, we hire on merit and embrace diversity of characteristics, perspectives, skills and backgrounds. We are committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment for everyone, including children, so that people feel respected and connected, and can contribute and develop. We measure ourselves on our behaviours – “How We Play”; our people value being real, clearing the boundaries, making every ball count and being stronger together.

Australian Cricket’s Commitment Statement to Safeguarding Children and Young People can be found at cricketaustralia.com.au/safeguarding.

We require all applicants to undergo background checks and screening prior to or during any appointments.