Rugby League WC 2021 seeks Head of Tournament Services



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The Rugby League World Cup 2021 Ltd (RLWC2021) are seeking a talented Head of Tournament Services to oversee all elements of the tournament services function including compliance, doping, logistics and stakeholder management.

The position will be based in Manchester, UK and the job will commence from January 1, 2019. The full-time position will have a fixed term until December 2021, with an annual salary of £40,000 to £45,000.

The successful candidate will initially report to the Programme Director and will have responsibility for overseeing all elements of tournament services. They will have a proven track record of leading the planning of large scale legacy programmes and/or complex projects.

The role will require a highly collaborative approach with multiple partners and will contribute to the tournaments vision of staging the biggest and best ever World Cup that benefits the sport in the long term. The role will require a highly collaborative approach, with an eye for detail and a good understanding of the interdependencies involved in major event planning.

The closing date for applications is September 14, 2018. Shortlisting will take place week commencing September 17, and interviews will be held on September 24 in Manchester.

For more details, download detailed position description here: https://goo.gl/6HZMep




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