RUGBY FOOTBALL LEAGUE Careers and Employment
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Rugby League Learning Administration Officer in Leeds, West Yorkshire
on 30 September 2019
Amazing place to work.
It was an amazing opportunity to have worked there and I learnt a lot. I feel like I developed professionally. I gained the confidence I needed in order to reach my potential in my future opportunities.
Performance Analyst in Red Hall Leeds
on 10 May 2020
Challenging thought provoking
My department was a great place to work, the management helped me to grow both personally and professionally. It challenged my existing skill set and helped me to see things in a different light.
Senior Management Accountant in Leeds
on 27 May 2019
Have to play the game to get noticed and promoted. Good place if you like/follow rugby. The assumption is that everyone who works there is a rugby fan and knowledge of the game or a willingness to learn is expected
Head of Hospitality in Manchester
on 12 January 2019
Professional and a vibrant place to work
I don't actually think there is a typical day at the Ruby Football League. One day you could be in the office putting together hospitality packages, marketing them and then selling them and then the next day you could be working in some of the biggest stadiums across the United Kingdom
Salary Cap Assistant in Leeds
on 9 October 2018
Like any job there are good days and bad days. I am lucky to have a great manager and colleagues who make my time working here worthwhile. My understanding of Rugby League has grown significantly, I joined the organisation not knowing there was a difference between League and Union, and I will leave the organisation a fan of Rugby League.
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