Orrell RUFC seek new 2XV Head Coach and Assistants for the 2018/19 season
Over the last three years Orrell’s 2XV has gone from strength to strength under the guidance of Head Coach Glynn Worley and Assistants Pete Carletti and Andy Carroll. As part of the Club’s policy to promote from within and developing our own players and coaches as much as possible, both Pete and Andy stepped up to first team coaching duties in 2017.
In 2016/17 the team won promotion as champions from Division Five North of the Raging Bull Leagues and has recently secured back to back promotion by securing an automatic promotion spot.
The team narrowly lost out in the cup semi-final only a matter of weeks ago, against a very good Ruskin Park 1XV and regularly have over 20 players competing for positions on a Saturday afternoon.
Looking to future after the retirement of head Coach Glynn Worley, the team are looking to recruit and or promote from within a second team head coach and assistants for the 2018/19 season and beyond.
The role presents an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic candidate to work with like-minded people in a competitive, challenging but rewarding environment.
Participation numbers in the Wigan area for RU are on the up and Orrell want to be at the forefront of this development, playing at the highest level possible at both 1st and 2nd team levels.
The ideal candidate will be:
- Level two or willing to work towards RFU coaching qualifications
- Available for selection meetings and training sessions starting at 18.15 on Wednesday evenings at St John Rigby College WN5 OLJ
- Available for both home and away matches on a Saturday afternoon throughout the season
- Confident and have prior experience of planning / coaching training sessions and or playing at a comparative level
The club will provide support from an administrative point of view and all coaches first and second team work together.
The successful applicant will:
- Play a major part in the development of the open-age playing section
- Assist in the development of younger players as part of our talent pathway program
- Work closely with both players, junior and senior coaches and our commercial manager Dave Hewlett in promoting the team
- Work closely with our communications manager Tracy Monckton by updating the highly successful twitter, Facebook and website accounts to raise the teams profile
RFU Codes of Conduct and Performance Strategy
In line with the RFU codes of conduct and performance strategy we are also looking to reach out to the local community and increase our participation numbers by:
- Building self-esteem and confidence in all our volunteers, players and support staff both junior and senior
- Enhancing volunteers work experience and help build CVs for the future
- Encouraging and influencing individuals / teams to be active thus improving health and wellbeing
- Meeting new people and broadening social networks
- Giving something back and making a difference to the local community and the game as a whole
- Having Fun
Interested applicants should contact Paul Wingfield, Bill Lyon or one of our executive committee members for an initial conversation.
Paul Wingfield - 07581 469 779
Bill Lyon - 07535 465138