Brothers Rugby Club established in 1905 has approximately 2,500 playing members across Seniors, Women’s, Juniors, Sevens, Touch and Modified Rugby programs (40 per cent of which are female) and proudly embraces the club values. Brothers has won an incredible 174 premierships across all senior grades including 28 First Grade premierships and the club is a renowned community club in Australia; drawing players, supporters and volunteers from all corners of the country and indeed the world. The Club vision is to be the #1 Australian community rugby club.
The club seeks a Head of Rugby Operations to join their Senior Management team who is integral both to delivering on-field success for the club and ensuring that our valued members are provided for, whatever their Rugby journey.
Reporting directly to the Board, the Head of Rugby Operations will be responsible for;
The ideal individual for this highly diverse and operational position will exhibit the clubs values: respect, integrity, humility, trust and legacy. They are also seeking someone who is;
As a valued and supported leader within Brothers Rugby Club, there will be benefits available to you including;
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More about Brothers
Brothers Rugby Club is one of the largest and most successful rugby clubs in Australia. Based in Brisbane Australia, the club has approximately 2,500 playing members across Seniors, Women’s, Juniors, Sevens, Touch and Modified Rugby programs (40 per cent of which are female) and proudly embraces the values set out in The Brothers Way: Respect, Integrity, Humility, Trust, Legacy.
Since its establishment in 1905, Brothers has won an incredible 174 premierships across all senior grades including 28 First Grade premierships. Brothers supporters embrace participants from 3 years old through to our Masters Touch teams – truly a place for all.
Whilst we embrace this rich history, Brothers is firmly focused on the future and is intent on becoming the “best” community rugby club in Australia on every measure – participation, pathways/representative honours, values, commercially and community-orientation. To support these goals our well-advanced redevelopment plans will see our club physically transform to feature the highest quality sporting amenities and community space entwined within one of the designated precincts for Brisbane Olympics and Paralympic Games 2032.
As part of this exciting evolution, Brothers now seeks to engage off-field talent to drive this vision forward.