Website Address: www.rugby-jobs.com
www.rugby-jobs.com is a new venture for the Rugby Union and Rugby League codes of Rugby Football.
The website was launched during November 2006 and is the very latest version of our Jobs Board system, including many new features too numerous to list here.
This is their first press release:
"Rugby-Jobs.com, the new jobsite specifically designed for rugby clubs and the games’ governing bodies to recruit new staff, is officially launched this month.
By posting a vacancy on Rugby-Jobs.com the League & Union Clubs and the game’s governing bodies will now be able to reach a global pool of experienced candidates who are already working in the rugby industry, as well as the thousands of jobseekers who will visit the site in response to its aggressive marketing campaigns. This campaign is ongoing and is both online and media based with advertising at Twickenham and Murrayfield for the Autumn & the Six Nations Internationals as well as in the major Rugby publication, Rugby World.
The site is run by the Internet entrepreneurs Paul Howells and Efrem Leigh. Howells is also the founder of the leading UK teacher jobsite eteach.com which ranks regularly in the Hitwise top 10. Leigh is the brains behind football-jobs.com and voovs.com. The founders have combined their commercial know-how and their favourite sport and developed rugby-jobs.com, the first global specialist rugby recruitment website.
Paul Howells commented ‘Efrem and I have experience in niche job boards and know how to deliver value to advertisers and candidates. The best part is that as we both love the sport this is not like work at all.’
Rugby-jobs.com has already signed up many of the Guinness Premiership Clubs and will be meeting with the game’s governing bodies to promote career opportunities in rugby around the world. Rugby-jobs.com can assist rugby clubs and employers with any job, across any department, at any level, from rugby coaching to catering, match day to commercial, community to ticket sales!
Simon Smith, the ex England and Wasps winger has joined Rugby-Jobs.com in a Business Development role and is busy promoting the site to the Elite Clubs in Europe and across the world."
For more information, visit www.rugby-jobs.com