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Try Tag Rugby Supervisors
Try Tag Rugby are looking for two Competition Supervisors based in London for summer 2013 to work on self-employment contracts. The roles will predominantly focus on competition administration at the venue and behind the scenes. However, each role will slightly differ, with one role further focusing on office administration and the other role further focusing on business development.
Reporting directly to the CEO and Managing Director, with input from the Competition Manager, this position requires self-motivated, innovative people with strong customer focus and a love for rugby (all codes). You will assist with the management and operations of the Try Tag Rugby leagues and administrative duties. The role will require you to work four evenings per week, facilitating events at their competitions and social venues, with your secondary work being made up of administrative duties, business development and/or project work.
They are looking for one Competition Supervisor to join the team for the week starting April 1st, (exact date TBC) and one Competition Supervisor to join the team for the week starting April 15th (exact date TBC), with all Competition Supervisor roles continuing through until Saturday, August 17th when Try Tag Rugby will be hosting the 2013 London Tag Rugby Championships.
Depending on autumn registration numbers, contracts will be extended for a further two months if targets are met and could possibly lead to permanent employment. This role would suit graduates, rugby enthusiasts and working holiday makers.
For the full job specification and details of the company go to: http://www.trytagrugby.com/get-involved/employment
Applications close Friday, February 15th, 2013. Please forward a covering letter and CV to email@example.com
Interviews will commence on the week starting 18th February.