We are currently looking for the following volunteers to assist with the week to week operations of the club. To be considered, please contact us with your name, contact details and a little about yourself and background. We are not looking for anything or anyone in particular. Do not hesitate to apply, even if you have never heard of us or our sport before.
Website & Social Media Officer
Approximately 1-2 hours per week –
As Club Website & Social Media Officer you will play a key role in the off-the-pitch success of the club. Our website covers all aspects of our club and is significant for both fan-experience and administrative/compliance purposes. Duties will include, but are not necessarily limited to:
– Work alongside the club directors and committee to ensure the current website and social media channels are fit for purpose and compliant. In addition you will work with the club to deliver our social media plan, which you will also have the opportunity to shape.
– Create content for both social media and the website.
– Pre & post match content – creation and/or posting of.
– Match reports (creating and/or posting).
– Website housekeeping and admin.
Contact us if you would like to chat, on an informal basis, about this role.
Gameday / Team Manager
If you have excellent organisational, administration and communication skills, are used to a busy, reactive environment and work well under contained pressure, then this is the role for you.
On home match days you will arrive on site before anyone else, liaising with the venue to ensure that we are set up to receive our fans through the gate and give them a great experience. You will ensure that the pitch is set up and ready to go and that our changing rooms are prepped for the needs of the teams.
Contact us to discuss this role and the benefits offered. This is a very important role for the club and there is potentially budget available for some time and costs to be covered.
Club Welfare Officer (CWO)
We are looking to appoint a CWO to be the steward of general welfare at our club. Initially this will be a low-responsibility role that will grow with time as the club develops.
You will be a main point of contact for everyone at the club, players, officers, volunteers and parents alike. You will hold a full DBS clearance and be responsible for liaising with the RFL to ensure that key personnel at the club hold theirs. Initially there will be some short online courses to complete and going forward you will be expected to stay up to date with working best-practises of the game and implement these into the wider club agenda.
We are looking for an organised, compassionate and practical individual who is approachable and engaging to all at our club.
Contact us if you are interested.