Voluntary Directors Sought To Support Recreational Cricket
Nottinghamshire Cricket Board, the body responsible for recreational cricket across the county, is seeking to appoint three voluntary directors to its board.
The successful candidates for the Workforce & Safeguarding, Business Development & Innovation and Marketing & Branding posts will join a nine-strong board to oversee the organisationís activities.
The England & Wales Cricket Board has asked all Cricket Boards to become incorporated by 2013 and Nottinghamshire will become a limited company on Saturday 1 October.
Applications are being sought from individuals with an interest in recreational cricket and a professional skill-set that can bring insight to the roles.
Click here to download an information and application pack.
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