As Head of Provincial Union Rugby you will lead and manage NZR’s working relationships with our 26 Provincial Unions. This is a critical role which involves being the key contact to ensure the needs of our Provincial Union’s are understood and addressed.
You will develop and foster meaningful relationships with key Provincial Union Stakeholders to provide advice and input on areas such as business planning, financial and funding aspects, and escalated rugby issues.
Working with the GM of Community Rugby, you will also ensure the strategic needs from Provincial Union level are addressed and implemented in line with NZR’s goals.
The success of this role will be met with your extensive relationship management and leadership experience. It is essential that you have the skills and ability to influence and direct stakeholders – both internal and external – at a senior leadership level.
Along with your project leadership skills and analytical thinking you will also bring strong financial and management advisory capability.
Ideally you will have experience working in rugby at a Provincial Union level or a similar sporting environment.
This role will be based at either our Wellington or Auckland offices.
At NZR we love what we do, we work hard and have fun! You’ll be joining a team of awesome people who are passionate about the game and each other, and you’ll be backed with support to thrive in your role. We know that life isn’t all about work, so we are open to flexible working options.
We value diversity and inclusion and are committed to improving our cultural responsiveness. We embrace and respect each other’s values and we are so proud to be Rainbow Tick certified. We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds and walks of life.
If you are looking to join a fantastic group of people and think you have what it takes, then don’t delay, submit your CV and cover letter now! Don’t wait until the closing date to apply as we will be reviewing applications as we go.
Applications close at midday, Sunday, 7 March 2021.
To be considered for this position you must be legally entitled to work in Aotearoa New Zealand and obtain a clear MOJ check.