CEO: Job Vacancy17-Oct-2012
Sussex County Cricket Club is truly unique and is believed to be the oldest professional sports Club in the world. Sussex won its first County Championship title in 2003 after a wait of 164 years, and became the dominant team of the decade, winning ten trophies in ten years. In 2011 and 2012 Sussex reached one quarter final and three semi finals in the two cup competitions as well as rising each season up the table in Division One of the County Championship .
Sussex Cricket is also considered unique in the way the professional side of the game is fully integrated with the recreational and community elements. The Sussex Cricket Board, responsible for the governance and development of the recreational game, are continually delivering new and exciting programmes to Sussex communities, getting more people of all ages, abilities and genders playing our great game.
The current Chief Executive, Dave Brooks, is leaving at the end of 2012 after four very successful years in post. He has driven the business side whilst developing both the professional and the recreational game. He has overseen a major investment as the County Ground has been redeveloped into what we believe is the best non test match ground in England.
For more information and to download the Official Job Advert and Application Pack, please click HERE