AIC Match Managers

QRU Casual Match Managers - Seeking Applicants
QRU Casual Match Managers - Seeking Applicants

QRU is seeking applications for the role of Match Managers, initially to support AIC 1st XV fixtures in Term 2 2023. Successful applicants will be engaged as “casual” employees on a roster for Saturday fixtures.

Interested applicants should send their application by clicking this automated email link – APPLY

Please include short paragraph outlining your interest and a Resume including your contact details.


What are the responsibilities?

The attached PDF provides an overview of the role as described by World Rugby. Not all tasks will be relevant to all match environments. Download PDF.

In short, the role coordinates the compliance of both teams and key personnel to the Terms of Participation and the Run Sheet.

Is there training available?

World Rugby provide free online training for Match Commissioners at

Applicants are encouraged to complete this training.

Successful applicants will be provided with the opportunity to be formally trained and assessed for World Rugby accreditation.

What are the opportunities?

Qualified and experienced Match Day staffs will be in demand in Australia as we prepare to host more events including Rugby World Cups, Olympics and are other key events.

The integrity of all competitions is an area of focus and improvements for all sports and Match Managers are a key resource in keeping competition fair.

Who should apply?

  • Adults aged 18+
  • Current QRU casual staff members
  • University students
  • Current Rugby administrators in clubs or other schools
  • Retired match officials, teachers

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