Appointment of Board Members

Central Districts Cricket’s constitution requires the retirement by rotation of two directors for this upcoming year. One of these two directors will not be seeking re-election.

Central Districts Cricket invites applications from suitably qualified individuals for these volunteer roles. A Skills and Competencies Framework approved by the organisation’s membership outlines the ideal experience and mix of strengths that are considered most likely to deliver outstanding governance leadership of the sport. This will assist and guide the decision making process. A depth of governance experience, cricket knowledge, business acumen and a range of strong personal qualities are identified in the Framework as core to adirector’s role. In addition, board members may possess specific strengths in a range of areas including; broadcasting/media, finance, marketing/communications, high performance sport and organisational development amongst others.

Central Districts Cricket is committed to eradicating discrimination and prejudice in sport and encourages diversity and inclusivity, recognising the importance of breaking down discriminative attitudes and behaviours in sport, particularly in terms of issues such as gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation and religion.

Applicants should apply by email to pete [at] cdcricket [dot] co [dot] nz attaching their cover letter and CV
with references. The following documents are available upon request:
? Skills and Competencies Framework
? Central Districts Cricket Constitution
? Strategic Plan

The Board Appointments Panel will evaluate all applications, conduct interviews and
nominate suitable candidates for appointment by 13 October 2016.

Applications close on 22 September 2016.