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24 Feb

VACANCY: NCS ROLES

The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation is a registered charity that delivers community projects across the county. Using the power of sport and cricket in particular, the Foundation aims to make a lasting, positive impact on the lives of those living in Yorkshire.

The work of the foundation falls under four key themes: • Education • Health & Wellbeing • Participation • Heritage.

We are currently recruiting for several NCS – National Citizen Service roles – which sit within our Education theme.

About the roles

We are seeking passionate and confident individuals to join our amazing NCS seasonal delivery team, who will be leading, engaging, and developing a team of up to 16 young people throughout the delivery of the NCS Summer 2022 programme.

Our seasonal staff are at the heart of what makes NCS so special. The success of our programme simply wouldn’t be possible without the passion and dedication of people like you, coming together, every year.

We have opportunities across North and West Yorkshire between July and August 2022. As a minimum, you’ll need to be available for two weeks during this period, but you may be able to work up to 6 weeks if you’re available!

Find out more about our NCS programme here.

NCS roles available

The full job descriptions can be found below…

NCS TEAM LEADER

NCS ASSISTANT TEAM LEADER

NCS WAVE LEADER

To apply:

For an informal discussion about any of the roles please contact Alex Hipkins, NCS Manager for YCF, on:

ncs@yorkshireccc.com

To apply please download and complete the form below, and email to ncs@yorkshireccc.com

NCS JOB ROLE APPLICATION FORM

The closing date for all role applications is April 1st 2022 at 5pm.

Yorkshire Cricket Foundation operates equal opportunities and acceptable behaviour policies. We welcome and encourage applications from people from all communities – both nationally and locally, recognising that a diverse workforce is beneficial for the organisation and the communities it serves.

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