New Position - Junior Girls Coordinater
Date of Event : Tue Jan 29, 2019 10:58PM




The NMCA was formed in 1922 when the Jika Cricket Association was formed. Over the next 97 years the NMCA has evolved, developed and organised various formats of Cricket to suit the local community in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne. In 1967 the Association introduced Junior Cricket with an Under 16 competition. Since this time our formats have grown to include Veteran’s Cricket, and of recent times the introduction of a designated Women’s Competition to cater for the increasing demand of female sporting participation. And our next major format style will be the introduction of girls only competitions.


Position Details


               Title: Junior Girls Cricket Coordinator

Brief description of role: To support the Women’s Manager and Junior Manager with coordination of the Junior Girls program

Responsible: to Women’s Manager

Remuneration: a small honorarium is offered


How to apply


  • Email the Women’s Manager and Junior Manager with your expression of interest and include details of your experience and skillset
  • Send application to: &


Other details


  • Closing date: 28 February 2019
  • Contact: Lenore Smith (Women’s Manager) at
  • Working with Children Check is required
  • Level One Community Coaching is also required but can be done post appointment


Key duties and responsibilities will include:


  • Liaise with the Association Women’s Manager on strategies and advice in regards to setting up a new female program
  • Work with NMCA clubs that already have a junior girls team playing in other comps
  • Set up a structure for a junior girls program that will initially start with a development competition
  • Promote the new program in schools and through social media
  • Organise master classes/try our sessions to initiate interest in the off-season
  • Liaise with the Association Junior Manager to ensure the program will complement the overall junior program
  • Provide monthly reports on progress to the board to ensure we are meeting our requirements in regards to the funding grant
  • Ensure clubs/teams have all the necessary information, rules and equipment
  • Conduct a review of the program at end of season

Last updated: Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:12PM
Author: Neil Riley