Womens Team Manager


Manage operations, administrative, coordination, logistics and team support for the first team.
Work across teams and projects as required.


• Attend all first team training, first team games, pre-season friendlies and any off-site training venues as required.
• Have a full understanding of RFU and World Rugby regulations and competition rules and other governing bodies as appropriate.
• Ensure all players are appropriately registered and available to play on a week-to-week basis with the RFU.
• Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of visa requirements, EQP criteria and other qualifying regulations for players.
• Assist with the completion of the minimum standards audit and any other formal requirements including Covid 19 and Return to Play.
• Submit activity schedules for the anti-doping and drug testing organization.
• Ensure all paperwork is complete for loan players and a record is kept for invoices paid and income generated.
• Ensure all contact details are kept up to date for staff and players in the squad.
• Liaise with TFSC to provide training schedules, food schedules, fixtures, room hire and any other items that might affect our daily schedules.
• Prepare all training equipment for the coaches and for the sessions and tidy areas and put away all equipment as necessary.
• Send out the team and schedules to squad on a weekly basis.
• Keep a record of all players and staff training, time out and appearances and holidays.
• Manage all match day requirements home and away and liaise with match day officials.
• Dress changing rooms prior to players arriving for home and away games.
• Responsible for the effective organisation of all team travel and accommodation requirements.
• Take all kit to and from games.
• Wash kit within 48 hours of the game finishing and wash kit on a daily basis for players.
• Order equipment as necessary.
• Maintain stock and stock take. Distribute kit. Ensure new players and staff are given the appropriate kit upon joining the club.
• Assist in the day to day running of the club and women’s premier 15’s squad.
• Attend any team manager meetings with the RFU.
• Set a positive example and contribute positively to the team environment and culture.
• Be a strong consistent example of all the club’s values and vision.
• Any other reasonable request.

Job roles and details may be changed in line with the needs of the club, in consultation with the postholder.


• Experience of working in a sports environment

• Strong planning and organisation skills.
• Exceptional interpersonal and written and verbal communication skills.
• Proficient with office technology including simple databases.
• Creativity and strong problem solving skills.
• Enthusiasm.
• Ability to prioritise demands.

To apply for the Women’s Team Manager, please email recruitment@etprm.com with a covering letter and a CV.