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 and take accountability
  • 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
  • Who clearly love and enjoy what they do!

Interested in joining our team? Visit our online portal to see the opportunities available.

To keep up to date with our vacancies, follow us on LinkedIn. We also advertise roles on Glassdoor and Indeed.

To find out more about what it is like to work at Scottish Rugby and the variety of roles, visit the Our People page.


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.

15 Jul Ayr Community Trust DO Vacancy
11 July Cambuslang RFC – Rugby Development Officer
9 July Hamilton Bulls – Head Coach
4 July Haddington RFC – Assistant Coach
1 July Royal High Rugby – Head Coach
1 July Edinburgh Academicals FC – 2XV Backs Coach
28 June Watsonians – Lead Physio
27 June Currie Chieftains – Coach
20 June Perthshire RFC – Assistant Women’s Team Coach
17 June Ellon Rugby SCIO – Development Officer
7 June Dalziel RFC – Head Coach, Senior Women’s Team
29 May Strathmore Community Rugby Trust – Grant Funding Officer
24 May Bishopton RFC – Men’s Head Coach
30 Apr University of Edinburgh RFC – Coaches & Team Managers
29 Apr Fraserburgh RFC – Senior Men’s Coach

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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 People Department and access to this information is restricted and will only be viewed by those recruited to input the data.


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