IF you're from Bradford and a huge cricket fan, then the ECB may require your services.

They are looking for someone who is a Community Talent Champion in order to improve the connection between South Asian communities playing in local cricket environments in Bradford, Dewsbury and Batley.

The role requires the candidate to engage with current programmes in those three places to identify talent, recommend skilled women and girls to join the county talent pathway, attend selected Bradford Junior League matches and to complete a comprehensive player review on all areas of nominated players.

This means the successful candidate must attend local games and identify the next upcoming cricket stars, while also providing an accurate report of their game and skills. which will be passed on to Yorkshire County Cricket Club.

Applicants must have an ECB level 2 coaching certificate, a good understanding of Yorkshire’s cricket programmes and their objectives, as well as being flexible and independent, as this job requires regular evening and weekend work.

Excellent time management is a must, as are organisation and planning skills.

Fine communication skills, both verbal and written, are important, as is the ability to be able to recognise and scout talented players.

A first aid certificate, strong IT skills and previous experiences with high performance players in cricket are also useful to have.

Having a full DBS disclosure certificate may also boost a candidate's application.

The application closes on April 8 at 4pm.

Use this link to access the application form at the bottom of the page.

Interested applicants should send a CV, cover letter and completed application form to r.randhawa@yorkshirecb.com.

For any questions regarding the role, use the email above to have an informal chat with Rohan Randhawa.