Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities


Check out the opportunities below and contact us at [email protected] with any questions

Deaf rugby officer – one year contract

Job summary

The role will report to the Community Inclusive Participation Manager and will be responsible for assisting with the promotion of and sustaining the growth of rugby in the community by executing the annual departmental business plan.

Specific responsibilities

  • To implement and grow inclusive rugby programs of deaf rugby and special schools rugby
  • To assist in the organization of district HKSSF schools tournament
  • To develop and maintain a close working relationship with district bodies
  • To facilitate LCSD school programs within the district
  • To co-ordinate the delivery of centralized rugby projects under the supervision of the Inclusive rugby development manager
  • To provide necessary reports detailing activities of rugby programs under own management
  • Closing date: 31st August 2017
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Development and Rehabilitation Physiotherapist

Job summary

The role will report to the Head of Player Welfare & Medical and Lead Physiotherapist and will be responsible for physiotherapy management of national players, as well as delivery of group and individual based rehabilitation programs. This role is suitable for a junior physiotherapist looking to gain experience within an elite rugby setting including touring with teams. The candidate would be closely mentored by current HKRU National physiotherapists and offered opportunities for professional development.

Specific responsibilities

  • To provide evidence-based physiotherapy and rehabilitation to national players, primarily players within part-time and development programs. A key responsibility will be development, implementation, and delivery of rehabilitation groups for injured players.
  • To complete physiotherapy assessments, including use of relevant outcome measures
  • To work closely with other National physiotherapists, Strength & Conditioning and rugby coaches to provide effective strategies for rehabilitation and prevention of injuries
  • To monitor player wellness and injury status and provide reports for discussion by the management and medical teams
  • Provide physiotherapy services to National squads including training sessions and tours
  • Assist in ad-hoc assignments as required
    Closing date: 16th August 2017
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General Manager Facilities

Job summary

The General Manager Facilities will be the primary contact point within the HKRU in relation to both the existing portfolio of properties occupied or operated by the HKRU as well as those required for future expansion. The role will require interaction with relevant internal stakeholders within the HKRU as well as external parties such as the Government, contractors, suppliers and landlords associated with existing and future facilities.

You will be responsible for overall management, maintenance and budgeting for existing HKRU facilities as well as being a key driver in identifying new sites in Hong Kong which are suitable for the installation of artificial playing surfaces; these will potentially be both on government land and within the private sector (schools, universities, property companies). You will have strong people skills and be able to liaise with relevant government departments at various levels and have a sound understanding of technical drawings. A detailed level of knowledge of statutory development regulations, as well as the policies and practices adopted by the Development Bureau, Planning Department, Lands Department and Buildings Department would be an advantage.

You will be responsible for overseeing the construction of artificial surfaces and liaising with contractors to ensure projects are completed on time and within budget.


Specific responsibilities
· To be a key driver in helping the HKRU to achieve its facilities strategy objectives.
· To manage all daily tasks and issues associated with existing HKRU facilities, including working with contractors to ensure works are completed on time and within budget.
· To provide regular updates to the Director of Facilities regarding potential new sites for pitch installation and use for rugby related activities.
· Liaise with Leisure and Cultural Services Department and District Councils regarding pitch access for the HKRU as well as the continuation of relevant pitch certifications and maintenance contracts.
· Liaise with land owners and property companies to identify and acquire/lease potential sites upon which the HKRU can construct rugby playing facilities.
· Manage the tender, construction and installation of artificial pitches on appropriate sites, ensuring adherence with all appropriate legislation.
· Liaise with the Planning Department, Lands Department and the Buildings Department as required to ensure that any new installations obtain occupancy permits and pass appropriate inspections.

Closing date: 3rd August, 2017
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