ICC is introducing the role of Venue Deliver Manager for the 2019 World Cup in Wales and England to contribute to the successful operational planning and delivery of identified venues; establishing effective and positive relationships with key internal and external stakeholders to deliver the platform for all Teams to be able to perform at their best.
The world governing body for cricket has invited applications from suitable candidates, who can submit their applications to ICC latest by January 7, 2018. The
The manager will be required to contribute to the development of the functional area operations plan for Venue Delivery and align the ICC and key stakeholder requirements; implement the agreed Venue Operational Planning process; lead on the venue planning cycle and all related meetings for an identified cluster of venues, including effective coordination and collaboration with internal and external stakeholders among various other tasks.
Championing the requirements of teams and players to ensure the delivery of a world-class platform for them to be able to prepare and perform at their best will be one of the key tasks for the manager.
The selected candidate will be eligible for an agreed competitive salary, 25 days’ holiday, a private medical insurance, on-contributory 8% pension and life assurance.
The applicant should have the legitimate right to work in the UK.