Work for the Vikings

At Widnes Vikings we aim to be the best team both on and off
the pitch.

It is our intention to recruit individuals who are equally as committed to delivering behind the scenes success to the club as our representative teams are on the playing field.

We are an equal opportunities employer and always select on merit and ability to do the job, regardless of age, disability, nationality, sexual orientation, etc.

Speculative applications should be emailed to rachaelm@widnesvikings.co.uk

Education Officer

Job title: Education Officer. Salary – Competitive

A full job description is available on request. If interested please send a CV and covering letter to Richard Munson at richardm@widnesvikings.co.uk. Click here for full job description.

Closing date: 19th June  

Current Vacancies

SUPER League Club of the Year for 2014, Widnes Vikings, has one of the fastest growing community teams in British sport and there is an exciting opportunity for somebody to join this organisation and play a key part in engaging with stakeholders in Halton and the surrounding area.

The successful candidate will be joining a dynamic team and will work across a diverse range of activities with lead responsibility on all facets of our programme.

This role will cover primary Rugby League in both education and community clubs and experience within both settings would be desirable. The successful candidate will be tasked with creating a fun and enjoyable Rugby League environment along with engaging curriculum lessons. You will therefore need to demonstrate experience within the organisation of sport, physical education and knowledge of the education sector.

The chosen candidate will need to demonstrate strong communication and presentation skills and have the ability to work independently. They must present a positive outlook and attitude at all times.

An appointment is subject to a DBS and it is essential that has a UKCC Level 2 in Rugby league and hold a current UK Driving License.

Widnes Vikings CEO, James Rule, commented: “We pride ourselves on being a community focussed Club. Our existing community team have developed truly impressive programmes in delivering engaging content which covers a wide range of areas; from cyber bullying through to healthy eating and smoking cessation to name just a few. I passionately believe that if we are to grow as a Club one of the key drivers will be how well we engage with people in Widnes and Runcorn and the surrounding region, not just on matchday but through the invaluable work that the team and the professional playing staff undertakes away from matchday.

“This is a very exciting role and it is essential that the successful candidate is a positive, driven individual with outstanding interpersonal skills. Our community team frequently create the first impression of Widnes Vikings and with the right attributes they can ensure the first impression is positive which can in turn lead to a lifetime association with our great Club. I look forward to seeing what I’m sure will be a quality set of applications.”

Widnes Vikings are committed to equality through diversity.