Vacancies

Vacancies at Scottish Rugby

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From professional players to physiotherapists, from facilities to finance, every part of Scottish Rugby contributes to who we are and what we do.  We are all passionate about inspiring Scotland through Rugby.

When looking for new people to join the Scottish Rugby team, we look for individuals:

  • with drive and enthusiasm to achieve
  • who are happy to step up and lead
  • who respect others and are respected in their field of work
  • who are engaged in what they are doing and the people they work with.

If you feel you have what it takes and would like to be part of a successful, please send your CV to hr@sru.org.uk  clearly outlining the role you are applying for in addition to why you think you would be successful. 

Please complete the Equal Opportunities monitoring form and attach that to your mail.

As part of our recruitment process, please note should you be invited for interview you are required to present photographic identification in addition to other identification documents.

Current Scottish Rugby Vacancies


24 Oct                Marketing and Partnerships Manager: Glasgow Warriors

07 Oct                Glasgow Age Grade U20 Coaching opportunities 

19 Sept              Edinburgh U20 Coaching Opportunities

18 Aug               Glasgow Warriors - Match Day Volunteer

 

Jobs with Partners of Scottish Rugby

Scottish Rugby is committed to working in partnership with clubs and schools.  As part of this partnership, we will assist in recruiting to roles that support the development of rugby.

2 October            Boroughmuir Rugby and Community Sports Club - Community Development Manager

23 September     Glasgow Hawks - Club Development Officer

23 September    Stirling County RFC - Club Development Officer/Rugby Academy Manager

19 September    Orkney RFC - Club Development Officer

28 August          Fife College - Voluntary Head Coach 

 

Equal Opportunities Policy

Scottish Rugby is committed to promoting equality in all its activities and aims to provide a work environment free from discrimination and unfair treatment.  We have an Equal Opportunities Policy which, in order to be effective, requires that we regularly review and monitor the applications we receive by collecting data on ethnicity, gender, marital status, disability and age of all who apply.  This data will be kept securely within the HR Department and access to this information is restricted and will only be viewed by those recruited to input the data.