Miller, 43, also helped England prepare for the World Cup in 2019 and worked closely with the Ashes team. He has previously worked with a number of current Essex first-team bowlers, including Jamal Richards, Sam Cooke, Jamie Porter and Aaron Beard, who have graduated through the club’s academy system.
Miller said, “I would like to thank Essex Cricket for giving me this opportunity.” “I have been involved with the county for many years in a variety of roles and it is an environment that I know very well has some exciting talent across the way.
“The chance to help develop the next generation of bowlers excites me. Also, the county has been very flexible about the franchise I have been involved in and encouraged me to gain more experience overseas. continues to do
“I was in the final interview process for the head coach role with another first-class county, but when this opportunity came along in a county I call home, I decided to take the role.”
In 2021, Miller was assistant coach at St Kitts and Nevis Patriots after they won the CPL, after which he spoke about the lack of opportunities to prove his coaching credentials in English cricket.