Job Opportunities


Junior Sevens Provincial Team Coach, Assistant Coach/Manager Positions (16 Positions)


Commencing in the Fall of 2014, Rugby Ontario plans to operate eight (8) Junior Sevens Provincial Teams: four (4) that will operate out of Eastern Ontario and four (4) that will operate out of Central Ontario (GTA). These teams are: Under 18 Men / Women, Under 18 East Men / Women, Under 16 Men / Women, and Under 16 East Men / Women.

The draft plans for these teams includes having:

- all eight (8) teams represent Rugby Ontario at the 2015 Rugby Canada National Sevens Championships in Phoenix, Arizona, USA in February 2015
- the U18 and U18 East teams represent Rugby Ontario at the Las Vegas Sevens in February 2015 and the New York Sevens in November 2014
- further U16 and U16 East competitions to be determined

Each of the eight teams will require both a head coach, and an assistant coach/manager.

Please see the following job postings for each position:

Rugby Ontario Junior Women's Sevens Provincial Team - Head Coach (four positions)
Rugby Ontario Junior Women's Sevens Provincial Team - Assistant Coach/Manager (four positions)
Rugby Ontario Junior Men's Sevens Provincial Team - Head Coach (four positions)
Rugby Ontario Junior Men's Sevens Provincial Team - Assistant Coach/Manager (four positions)

Application deadline: Aug. 28, 2014 (5:00 p.m.)


RUGBY CANADA - Players Championship Golf Tournament - Volunteer

With Rugby Canada's third annual Players Championship Golf Tournament just around the corner, the organization is looking for volunteers!

This year’s tournament is being held at Station Creek Golf Club in Gormley, ON on Monday, August 25.

As the name suggest, the tournament is all about the players and 100% of the proceeds will go towards player support and assist them in their preparation to perform for Canada at the highest level.

For more information regarding the tournament, check out the tournament's website:

Rugby Canada will be glad to sign off on any volunteering hours required for High School students for assisting with this event.

Please complete this registration form (click to download) in its entirety and submit it via email to or fax it to 905.707.9707, and Rugby Canada will be in contact with you regarding the status of your application.

UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA - Part-time academic staff - APA3724 Techniques et stratégies dans le sport - Rugby

Description du cours:

Introduction aux méthodes d'entraînement propres à un sport donné, au développement et à l'analyse de la performance de l'athlète, des habiletés techniques et des habiletés tactiques. Développement de progressions, pédagogiques d'enseignement-apprentissage et d'un plan saisonnier d'entraînement.


Le cours se tiendra pendant le semestre d’automne 2014, les lundi et mercredi de 8h-10h. L’inscription prévue du cours est 40. Le nombre d’heures de travail est 26 heures pour la partie théorique et 26 heures pour la partie laboratoire. Le professeur doit être présent aux laboratoires (séances pratiques) qui sont prévues le mercredi de 8h00 à 10h00.


Les exigences minimales pour le poste sont les suivants : baccalauréat en activité physique ou domaine connexe, préférence accordée aux candidat(e)s possédant une certification Compétition, développement (anciennement niveau 3 du PNCE) ou certification d'entraîneur de club, préférence accordée aux candidat(e)s possédant de l'expérience en tant qu'entraîneur de rugby, et expérience en enseignement universitaire est un atout. La langue d’enseignement du cours est le français.

To Apply:

SENECA STING - Women's Rugby Assistant Coach

The Seneca Sting is seeking a Women's Rugby Assistant Coach for the upcoming season.

The Assistant Coach is responsible for assisting with developing, implementing and evaluating the technical, tactical and physical curriculum which prepares the student athletes for successful competition within the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA).

Duties include:

*Developing the overall athletic plans (long range to daily lesson plans), to maximize player and team development
*Preparation of offensive and defensive strategies and systems
*Identification and recruitment of skilled student athletes
*Maintaining effective communications and administrative systems amongst coaches, players, athletic and facility staff
*Complete adherence to and support of OCAA and Seneca policies and procedures
*Supervision of the team on road trips

General Aspects of Seneca’s Women’s Rugby Program:

*The competitive season begins in the first week of September and runs to through November
*The team practices 3-4 times a week (1.5-2 hours/practice) and participates in daily fitness programs
*Seneca competes within the OCAA league and plays an exhibition series of games and tournaments
*Practices and games are held at Seneca College, Markham Campus


The Assistant Coach must be of good character, have coaching experience with 17 to 20 year old athletes, strong communication skills, sound administrative skills, strong motivational abilities and a commitment to fair play.

Application Process:

Please email resume and cover letter to the Women’s Rugby Coordinator:

Submission Deadline Wed. Aug. 20
th 2014


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