Career Opportunities

Sport Organiser Trainee (One year contract)

Salary

HK$16,000 per month

This post is subvented by LCSD

 

Job summary

Our National Sports Association is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic and outgoing individual to join our Rugby Community Department, in the post of Sport Organiser Trainee.

 

Specific responsibilities

  • To recruit suitable coaches for various community programmes, organise coach seminars, meetings, workshops in regular basis.
  • To liaise with the Union Coach Education Department to provide up to date knowledge for coaches to ensure quality of coaching and maintain sufficient active coaches in local community.
  • To administrate coach payment process within specific timeframe; to support personal development for part time coaches.
  • To monitor coach performance and ensure coaches follow the coaching guideline of part time coach, manage the code of conduct procedure of part time coach included code of conduct record, handling misbehaviours or discipline cases/issues of part time coaches.
  • To support the building of part time coach work schedule system; manage the database in the part time coach.
  • To support other ad hoc duties and major events of HKRU.

 

The ideal candidate

·       An accredited Associate Degree from a Hong Kong tertiary institution/a Higher Diploma from a polytechnic university or polytechnic in Hong Kong or Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education or equivalent

·       One year of relevant work experience will be an advantage

·       Good command of spoken and written Chinese and English is required

·       Knowledge in rugby

·       A detailed minded person, with effective communication and organizational skills.


Working Hours

The conditioned working hours are 45 hours net per week (excluding meal breaks).

Appointed candidates may be required to perform shifts duties work irregular hours and overtime (including on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays). Actual working hours will be arranged by supervisors.

 

Terms of Appointment

Successful candidates will be appointed for about twelve months

 

Salary offered will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.  Please apply with full C.V. with detailed last salary, expected salary and available date of commencement if you were offered the position to Human Resources Department, Hong Kong Rugby Union, Room 2001, Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong or by email [email protected] on or before 14th November 2021.

 

Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purposes only. 

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted directly.

Rugby Development Leader (FIT Touch)

The Hong Kong Rugby Union (HKRU) is seeking a professional and responsible Rugby Development Leader (FIT Touch) to provide accurate and effective administration to the Touch team to ensure the efficient management of all department projects, programmes and events.

 

Specific responsibilities

  • Budget preparation and management, including invoices and payment orders
  • Manage and monitor HKTA player registration, and club affiliation system
  • Oversee and monitor all HKTA training & competition operation logistic
  • Communicate with external stakeholder in regular basis
  • Organize Touch tournaments and competitions (Domestic/International) taking the lead on application, facilities, promotion, scheduling and other support services arrangement, and support heads of department, Included rules & regulation
  • Coordinate regular Touch training courses (Included promotion, application, facilities, payroll process).
  • Manage the HKTA & Coordinate HKRU Community Digital Platforms
  • Work with different teams (Domestic, Performance, Coaching, Refereeing, Business) to ensure the development of touch towards HKTA strategic goals
  • Provide administrative support to the HKTA committee and all touch events.
  • Any other ad-hoc project or administrative duties as assigned by the line manager.

 

Your profile

  • High Diploma in Sports Management or equivalent
  • Marketing background preferred
  • 1-3 years of relevant experience
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Able to work independently, self-motivated, responsible, well-organized and be comfortable to work as part of a team.
  • High level of maturity, integrity, trustworthiness.

 

Salary offered will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.  Please apply with full C.V. with detailed last salary, expected salary and available date of commencement if you were offered the position to Human Resources Department, Hong Kong Rugby Union, Room 2001, Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong or by email [email protected] on or before 4th November 2021.

 

Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purposes only.  

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted directly.

National Performance Physiotherapist (Part-time)

Job Summary

The role will be responsible for providing physiotherapy services to national performance programs. The post holder will be required to manage pitch side coverage as well as rehabilitation programs for players returning to performance rugby.

 

Reports to

  • Senior Medical Manager

 

Key Stakeholders

  • Lead XVs Physiotherapist
  • Rugby XVs Head Coach
  • Rugby XVs Women’s Head Coach
  • Rugby XV’s Head of Athletic Development

 

Specific Responsibilities

  • Provide evidence-based physiotherapy service to national performance rugby programs.
  • Pitch side immediate care at training and competition (home and abroad).
  • Complete physiotherapy assessments, including use of relevant musculoskeletal functional testing and objective outcome measures.
  • Provide thorough rehabilitation protocols that prepare athletes specific to the rigors of performance/elite rugby. Rehabilitation should be designed in collaboration with the relevant strength and conditioning staff.
  • Work closely with other physiotherapists, strength and conditioning staff and rugby coaches to design and implement injury prevention protocols.
  • Monitor team wellness, injury status and clinical documentation via the athlete management system.
  • Provide clear reports and timely communication to key stakeholder’s regarding player availability.
  • Manage scheduling and appointments to ensure adequate player access to physiotherapy service.
  • Assist with medical / musculoskeletal screening processes for national performance players. 
  • Communicate with external medical consultants and allied health practitioners.
  • Engage with learning and professional development opportunities with the HKRU performance and coaching team.
  • Assist in ad-hoc assignments as required.

 

Your profile

  • Degree holder in physiotherapy or equivalent
  • 3 years of post-graduate experience
  • Licensed to practice physiotherapy in Hong Kong
  • Professional Liability Insurance
  • Previous experience working in an elite athlete environment (preferably rugby)
  • Current Pre-Hospital Immediate Care in Sports (PHICIS) Level 2 qualification or equivalent
  • Proficient in sports taping

Salary offered will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.  Please apply with full C.V. and available date of commencement to; Human Resources Department, Hong Kong Rugby Union, Room 2001, Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong or by email [email protected] on or before 29th October 2021.

 

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted directly.

Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purposes only.  

Women’s National 7s Physiotherapist

Job Summary

The role will be responsible for contributing to all aspects of physiotherapy and rehabilitation provision to the players of the Women’s 7s squads. The post holder will be required to liaise and work with medical, athletic development and coaching staff on all player availability and rehabilitation issues. The post holder will also be expected to demonstrate strong communication with key stakeholders and operate within the direction of the Senior Medical Manager as well as the Rugby Sevens Head of Athletic Development and Rehab.

 

Reports to

  • Senior Medical Manager
  • Rugby Sevens Head of Athletic Development and Rehab
  • Rugby 7s Head Coach
  • Rugby 7s Women’s Head Coach
  • Key Stakeholders

 

Specific Responsibilities

  • To provide evidence-based physiotherapy service to the women’s 7s rugby program.
  • Pitch side immediate care at training and competition (home and abroad).
  • To complete physiotherapy assessments, including use of relevant musculoskeletal functional testing and objective outcome measures.
  • To provide thorough rehabilitation protocols that prepare athletes specific to the rigors of performance/elite rugby. Rehabilitation should be designed in collaboration with the relevant strength and conditioning staff.
  • Work closely with other physiotherapists, strength and conditioning staff and rugby coaches to design and implement injury prevention protocols.
  • Monitor team wellness, injury status and clinical documentation via the athlete management system.
  • Provide clear reports and timely communication to key stakeholder’s regarding player availability.
  • Communication with external medical consultants and allied health practitioners.
  • Engage with learning and professional development opportunities with the HKRU performance and coaching team.
  • Assist in ad-hoc duties as required.


Your Profile

  • Degree holder in physiotherapy or equivalent
  • 3 years of post-graduate experience
  • Licensed to practice physiotherapy in Hong Kong
  • Professional Liability Insurance
  • Previous experience working in an elite athlete environment (preferably rugby)
  • Current Pre-Hospital Immediate Care in Sports (PHICIS) Level 2 qualification or equivalent
  • Proficient in sports taping

 Salary offered will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.  Please apply with full C.V. and available date of commencement to; Human Resources Department, Hong Kong Rugby Union, Room 2001, Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong or by email [email protected] on or before 29th October 2021.

 

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted directly.

Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purposes only.  

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