Player Registration & Operations Executive
|Location||England, Middlesex, Twickenham|
|Sector||Federations & LOCs|
|Function||Events & Operations|
We currently have a great opportunity for a Player Registration & Operations Executive who will be responsible for implementing an effective provision of efficient administrative services to Aviva Premiership, RFU Championship and National League clubs, RFU departments and the general public, encompassing player registration matters.
You will be responsible for providing operational expertise across the Rugby Department to ensure the seamless delivery of player registrations support including contracts, clearances and Governing Body Endorsements. You will also lead on the delivery of all matters relating to player registrations and collect and process expedited registration payments.
To excel in this role you will need:
* Experience of working in a customer service role and be able to demonstrate team working and relationship building skills
* The ability to communicate effectively and build relationships with a variety of stakeholders internally and externally
* Practical understanding of rugby landscape
* Proven IT skills with databases, PowerPoint, Word, Excel & Microsoft applications
* Strong experience in a thorough approach to work, attention to detail and accuracy
* A knowledge of player registration systems and immigration guidelines in a sport governing body would be desirable
Personal circumstances must allow the candidate to work extended hours on occasion during times of peak activity including evenings and weekends.
For the right candidate, the RFU offers competitive benefits, a culture built on solid core values and an opportunity to join an organisation that is extremely dedicated and passionate about the work that they do.
Interviews will be held on 31st January and 2nd February.
Closes Monday 23rd January.
Rugby Football Union (RFU)
The Rugby Football Union is the national governing body for grassroots and elite rugby in England, with 1,900 autonomous rugby clubs in its membership.The clubs are grouped within 35 Constituent Bodies (CBs), comprised of counties - some individual,