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Roles available with England Touch management

A number of roles are now available within England Touch’s management that will all play an important part in helping the Association grow and maximise its opportunities over the next 12 months.

Touch in England has grown rapidly over the last 24 months, with the internationals teams achieving success on the biggest stages, the Nationals and National Touch Series expanding, and more players of all ages taking up the sport.

With England hosting the 2020 European Touch Championships, and experiencing more digital and broadcast exposure, there is considerable opportunity for the right individuals to make a positive impact and gain significant personal achievements as well.

Available roles include:

Development Director, who will lead all of the Association’s development programmes. CLICK HERE for a role description

Development Manager(s), who will work under the leadership of the Development Director. CLICK HERE for a role description

Regional Leads, who will be responsible both for the relevant teams for the Nationals and be a main point of contact for clubs within their area. CLICK HERE for a role description

National Referees Manager, who will be responsible for ensuring that the referees department grows and develops in line with the rest of the sport. CLICK HERE for a role description

Events Assistant(s), who will help with the all-important planning and management of England Touch’s wide range of tournaments and events. CLICK HERE for a role description

National Squad - Team Operations Manager(s), who will assist the 11 teams heading to the 2020 European Touch Championships in Nottingham. CLICK HERE for a role description

There are a number of other roles available within the High Performance and administration areas; CLICK HERE for more information.

We are England Touch

Some space. A ball. Your mates. A game
Your team. A competition. Maybe a trophy or two
Work hard. Develop skills. Get selected. Represent your nation
Volunteer time. Pick up a whistle. Make a difference
This is England Touch. Good times in a sport for all