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Welcome Ceremonies Manager - England Rugby 2015

Reporting to the Team Services Manager, the focus of this role is to deliver the highest standards of Team Welcome Ceremony for each of the 20 participating teams through efficient, detailed planning and by implementing the highest standards of operational and logistical arrangements within the allocated budget.

Responsibilities include:
- Managing the delivery of the Rugby World Cup 2015 Team Welcome Ceremonies and ensuring the Team Welcome Ceremonies are delivered to the highest possible standards, in line with the England Rugby 2015 tournament vision and values.
- Building and maintaining excellent relationships with key delivery stakeholders, including the Host Cities, Team Bases and Youth Sports Trust.

E-mail info@globalsportsjobs.com with the promotion code ‘RR2013CF’ to qualify for a discounted job posting price.