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    Michael Vaughan Cricket

    If you’re mad about cricket and want to pass on your enthusiasm and love of the game to children, then coaching at Michael Vaughan Cricket could be for you.
    MVC is an innovative new cricket programme, providing coaching, fun, games and activities for children on five day summer camps, run at top Independent Schools and Universities across the UK. It is designed to introduce boys and girls from all communities to the game by using age-specific programmes that enable children as young as five to start playing cricket, and more importantly, continue to play cricket afterwards.

    Head Coach Description:
    Responsible for the day to day running of the camp, supervision of staff and ensuring the health and safety and enjoyment of children aged 5 – 12 years through fun, quality coaching, themed activities and games as per the prescribed MVC programme. Liaison with the venue manager on facility usage. Ensure excellent customer service to members, combined with coaching responsibilities for your own group of children.
    Skills Match: Minimum ECB Level 2. Experience of staff management, extensive experience of coaching cricket and working with children aged 5 upwards. Fun, vibrant and confident personality. Organisation and leadership skills.

    Coach Description:
    Responsible for leading your own group of children through a range of prescribed cricket coaching, themed activities and games. Ensure the health and safety and enjoyment of the group in your care.
    Personal requirements: Minimum ECB level 1. Experience of coaching and leading children in cricket and other sports. Fun, vibrant, confident and bubbly personality with a love of cricket. Ability and experience of working with children from 5 years upwards.

    Assistant Coach Description:
    Responsible for assisting a coach in leading a group of children aged 5-7 years through a range of prescribed cricket coaching, themed activities and games. Ensure the health and safety and enjoyment of the group in your care.
    Personal requirements: Fun, vibrant, confident and bubbly personality with a passion for cricket. Ability and experience of working with children from 5 years upwards. Experience of coaching and leading children in cricket and other sports desirable.

    Email your CV plus details of why you would make a great MVC coach, remembering to state which position you are applying for to website.recruitment@mvcricket.org

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    Spam. I'm sure there is a part of the forum were you can advertise this.
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    I actually think this a reasonable post - it's recruitment for working at a cricket summer camp after all, and it seems a perfectly sensible place to do it. Now if they just wanted to email us and talk about reduced rates for CW posters, we might really go places...
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    Ah, OK, fair noof - post and report rescinded.
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    It's unfair just to say it's spam,strait away. It is a decant post but I would advise you to put it in the cricket games forum
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    Don't see why, it's not about cricket games.

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    So is Michael Vaughan actually involved in MVC?

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    I don't think that was in the gameplan.

    Oh dear, he'll be kicking himself.

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