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HPSNZ Women in High Performance Sport Residency Coach - NZC

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Job Listing Date
25 Nov 2019
Location
Canterbury, Rest of Canterbury
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Sport & Recreation, Coaching & Instruction

HPSNZ Women in High Performance Sport Residency Coach - NZC

NZC is focused on ensuring that cricket is a game without barriers – a game that can be played anywhere, by anyone.  Whatever their individual circumstances, New Zealanders will be given every reason to celebrate and engage with cricket as their game.

We have a High-Performance culture, underpinned by quality people, systems and facilities helping to produce winning BLACKCAPS and WHITE FERNS that inspire the nation and represent the best of New Zealand’s values and culture.  Cricket is one family, built on a sustainable financial model, and with quality and consistency that nurtures the game at all level and provides pathways towards success on the international stage.  NZC takes a global approach and perspective to all our activities for the betterment of the game in New Zealand.  

We’re a passionate and enthusiastic team committed to living and breathing our purpose, connecting New Zealanders through our spirit of cricket.

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In partnership with HPSNZ we are seeking applications for the position of HPSNZ Women in High Performance Residency Coach, reporting to Head of Women’s High Performance.

Women in High Performance Sport Residency Fund

High Performance Sport New Zealand’s Women in High Performance Sport Residency Fund is designed to accelerate highly capable and talent women into high performance leadership and coaching positions.

The Residency Fund will establish a diverse cohort of talented, capable, future female leaders and high-performance coaches through offering 18-month, fixed term employment opportunities within national sporting organisations (NSOs) high performance programmes through a competitive funding and recruitment process.

You will also have access to additional professional development support through HPSNZ’s Women in High Performance Sport pilot project. This includes participating in a high-performance sport focused women leadership residency programme, mentoring and networking opportunities, and a $10,000 professional development budget to support the delivery of their approved Professional Development Plan.

In order to be eligible for a Resident position, you must satisfy the below criteria:

  • identify as a woman;
  • be New Zealand citizen or have been granted permanent resident status; and
  • be able to commit to the initiative for the full 18-month programme

The specific purpose of the Residency Coach position is to enable a high potential female to coach gain experience, be a viable option within the NZC Coach Succession Plan, and also deliver coaching through leading the NZC U19 Women’s Programme in preparation for the ICC U19 World Cup in 2021; Coach in the Women’s Development Programme; and as an Assistant Coach in the WHITE FERNS Programme; To assist to develop campaign, team and individual plans at U19 and Development level; Plan and deliver hands on coaching in practice and in competition; Provide integrated coaching support across the NZC HP elite Women’s Programmes; and promote and demonstrate through actions, the NZC HP Coaching Vision, Philosophy and approach.

Ideally, you will:

  • Have coaching experience within a female cricket performance environment
  • Hold a minimum of NZC Level 2 Cricket Coaching Qualification and/or has completed or is in the process of completing the NZC High Performance Coaching Programme; or has International equivalent.
  • Be a skilful communicator; ability to listen, analyse and impart
  • Have a high degree of emotional intelligence: awareness of self and other(s)
  • Have demonstrated to ability to make players better
  • Have a moderate temperament; ability to demonstrate composure and show clarity of thought in often rapidly changing, unexpected and/or challenging circumstances
  • Have a high degree of flexibility, a focus on delivery and a proven ability to organise and plan to succeed in a performance environment
  • Understand and support NZC’s vision of strategic alignment and consistency across the wider NZC high-performance family

We’re looking for someone who understands development and performance; who aspires to coach at the highest levels possible, can maintain focus, control, and relationships in extreme pressure situations, and who can work effectively in a collaborative team setting.

You will have a massive enthusiasm for the role, an ability to operate ethically and with integrity, and a growth-mindset which can embrace change and a need to adapt. This role will help contribute toward the build of strong Women’s Cricket performance culture.

This role will be predominantly based at our High Performance Centre in Lincoln.

Apply now through SEEK with a cover letter and CV. A position description is available on our website www.nzc.nz.   Applications close on 13th December 2019.

 

NZC is focused on ensuring that cricket is a game without barriers – a game that can be played anywhere, by anyone.  Whatever their individual circumstances, New Zealanders will be given every reason to celebrate and engage with cricket as their game.

We have a High-Performance culture, underpinned by quality people, systems and facilities helping to produce winning BLACKCAPS and WHITE FERNS that inspire the nation and represent the best of New Zealand’s values and culture.  Cricket is one family, built on a sustainable financial model, and with quality and consistency that nurtures the game at all level and provides pathways towards success on the international stage.  NZC takes a global approach and perspective to all our activities for the betterment of the game in New Zealand.  

We’re a passionate and enthusiastic team committed to living and breathing our purpose, connecting New Zealanders through our spirit of cricket.

*******************************************************************

In partnership with HPSNZ we are seeking applications for the position of HPSNZ Women in High Performance Residency Coach, reporting to Head of Women’s High Performance.

Women in High Performance Sport Residency Fund

High Performance Sport New Zealand’s Women in High Performance Sport Residency Fund is designed to accelerate highly capable and talent women into high performance leadership and coaching positions.

The Residency Fund will establish a diverse cohort of talented, capable, future female leaders and high-performance coaches through offering 18-month, fixed term employment opportunities within national sporting organisations (NSOs) high performance programmes through a competitive funding and recruitment process.

You will also have access to additional professional development support through HPSNZ’s Women in High Performance Sport pilot project. This includes participating in a high-performance sport focused women leadership residency programme, mentoring and networking opportunities, and a $10,000 professional development budget to support the delivery of their approved Professional Development Plan.

In order to be eligible for a Resident position, you must satisfy the below criteria:

  • identify as a woman;
  • be New Zealand citizen or have been granted permanent resident status; and
  • be able to commit to the initiative for the full 18-month programme

The specific purpose of the Residency Coach position is to enable a high potential female to coach gain experience, be a viable option within the NZC Coach Succession Plan, and also deliver coaching through leading the NZC U19 Women’s Programme in preparation for the ICC U19 World Cup in 2021; Coach in the Women’s Development Programme; and as an Assistant Coach in the WHITE FERNS Programme; To assist to develop campaign, team and individual plans at U19 and Development level; Plan and deliver hands on coaching in practice and in competition; Provide integrated coaching support across the NZC HP elite Women’s Programmes; and promote and demonstrate through actions, the NZC HP Coaching Vision, Philosophy and approach.

Ideally, you will:

  • Have coaching experience within a female cricket performance environment
  • Hold a minimum of NZC Level 2 Cricket Coaching Qualification and/or has completed or is in the process of completing the NZC High Performance Coaching Programme; or has International equivalent.
  • Be a skilful communicator; ability to listen, analyse and impart
  • Have a high degree of emotional intelligence: awareness of self and other(s)
  • Have demonstrated to ability to make players better
  • Have a moderate temperament; ability to demonstrate composure and show clarity of thought in often rapidly changing, unexpected and/or challenging circumstances
  • Have a high degree of flexibility, a focus on delivery and a proven ability to organise and plan to succeed in a performance environment
  • Understand and support NZC’s vision of strategic alignment and consistency across the wider NZC high-performance family

We’re looking for someone who understands development and performance; who aspires to coach at the highest levels possible, can maintain focus, control, and relationships in extreme pressure situations, and who can work effectively in a collaborative team setting.

You will have a massive enthusiasm for the role, an ability to operate ethically and with integrity, and a growth-mindset which can embrace change and a need to adapt. This role will help contribute toward the build of strong Women’s Cricket performance culture.

This role will be predominantly based at our High Performance Centre in Lincoln.

Apply now through SEEK with a cover letter and CV. A position description is available on our website www.nzc.nz.   Applications close on 13th December 2019.

 

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand?
  • How much notice are you required to give your current employer?
  • What's your expected annual base salary?

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