Kent Cricket is committed to safeguarding and protecting the children, young people and adults that we work with. As such, all posts are subject to a safer recruitment process, including the disclosure of criminal records (where appropriate) and vetting checks.

We ensure that we have a range of policies and procedures in place which promote safeguarding and safer working practice across our services.

Kent Cricket

Kent Cricket is recruiting for a Digital Marketing Assistant (FTC), who will be in post throughout the cricket season, working across all domestic competitions. The Club is looking to appoint a motivated, committed, resourceful and reliable individual for this role.

The role will be significantly linked to match day coverage, so will involve some weekend work and evenings under the floodlights when matches are being played.

The role is an important part of the team with the aim of creating and sharing that are inspiring and engaging to always maintain close relationships with members and supporters, whilst also striving to grow the reach of the Club’s supporters through quality output across all Kent channels.

More information

Closing date for applications: Friday 10 May, 2024.

Kent Women & Girls Cricket are looking to recruit coaches for the Girls County Age Group Programme and Girls Area Programme. The roles will involve working with the county age group or area lead coaches to assist in running the winter training programme and summer matches. Winter sessions are likely to be evenings and weekends and summer matches are a mixture of weekends and midweek in the school holidays. There are weekly sessions in Metropolitan, West and East Kent from November to the end of March. The successful candidate will be required to undergo an Enhanced ECB DBS with relevant barred list check.


Those interested should send their coaching CV to Kent Women’s and Girl’s Pathway Manager, Dave Smith

Kent Cricket's Community Team

Kent Cricket and The ACE Programme are looking to recruit a Cricket Development Officer to be responsible for engaging people from diverse communities of all ages across Southeast London, into becoming active members of the cricketing community. 

More information & details

To apply, please read the job description in the link above and then send a full CV and a short accompanying statement of why you wish to apply for the role, to Christian Rice, by 10am on Tuesday 7 May. Please mark all correspondence “ACE Development Officer Application”.