RN 7s Open Vacancies

The Royal Navy Rugby Union is proud to announce the expansion to its Rugby Sevens Management Teams.  There are several positions available within the organisation that require vibrant people who can work as part of a team to help us to reach our goals.

If you think you have what it takes to achieve a common goal and work with likeminded enthusiastic people then please look at what the roles require and apply now!

The roles that are currently available are:

Makos (Female) Elite Squad

Head Coach.  Is responsible for delivering a competent Squad that can compete at the nominated level in a credible manner in accordance with RNRU objectives. This is a varied role that will cover broad areas of responsibility including delivering a team that can function, independent of external assistance, with a thorough knowledge of their abilities, limitations and awareness of the opposition capabilities.

Team Manager.  Is responsible to the Sevens ADoR for ensuring team outputs are managed appropriately, in a manner befitting the Service. The role of a Team Manager is largely administrative, however the responsibilities extend both on and off the field of play and include the essential Duty of Care right up to the point that the player rejoins their unit.

Strength and Conditioning Coach.  In coordination with RNRU Representative Team S&C Coach, the Mako’s S&C Coach is responsible for managing the athletic performance of the squad, including but not limited to sports medicine, sports science, analysis, conditioning, nutrition, psychology and lifestyle support.

 

Stingrays (Male) Development Squad

Head Coach.  Is responsible for delivering a competent Squad that can compete at the nominated level in a credible manner in accordance with RNRU objectives.  This is a varied role that will cover broad areas of responsibility including team on-field preparedness and development.

Team Manager.  Is responsible to the Sevens ADoR for ensuring team outputs are managed appropriately, in a manner befitting the Service. The role of a Team Manager is largely administrative, however the responsibilities extend both on and off the field of play and include the essential Duty of Care right up to the point that the player rejoins their unit.

Strength and Conditioning Coach.  In coordination with RNRU Representative Teams S&C Coach, the Stingray’s S&C Coach is responsible for managing the athletic performance of the squad, including but not limited to sports medicine, sports science, analysis, conditioning, nutrition, psychology and lifestyle support.

 

 Please apply via this link