20th March 2018, 08:18 | Community
The Rugby Football League (RFL) is looking to recruit new panel members to sit on RFL panels across the North of England.
RFL panel members sit monthly and are asked to sit on cases on an ad hoc basis when required. Meetings are usually on an evening, so a degree of flexibility is therefore required.
This is a voluntary role and as such there is no remuneration, however travel expenses will be paid in line with the volunteer agreement. The expectation is that each panel member will be asked to sit a minimum of 4 occasions per season, but this will vary depending upon availability of other panel members and the number of cases in each region.
The key skills required:
The Panel Members do not need to be legally qualified but should demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of the game and have knowledge of its disciplinary procedures or demonstrate a willingness and capacity to learn.
Recent connection to the game or playing experience would be a real advantage but is not essential.
The Rugby Football League welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of Age, Sex, Race, Disability, Pregnancy, Marital/ Civil Partnership status, Sexual orientation, Gender reassignment or Religious background.
The RFL is committed to equality through diversity.
This is an ongoing recruitment process with suitable candidates being appointed to Panels on an ad hoc basis as and when a specific need is identified.
All applicants should send a current CV plus a supporting letter to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 5.00pm on Wednesday 28th March 2018.