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Working for The WRU

Working for the WRU

The WRU Group are committed to developing a culture whereby all employees are equally valued and respected. We are determined that the WRU Group will not only be a great place to work, but will be recognised as the best place to work in Wales. We strive to continually improve the working environment for all staff and to develop innovative and flexible reward structures.

As a high profile business, we demand the highest standards of personal and professional conduct from all staff. We also expect employees to treat each other with integrity and respect at all times. In return for such high standards we recognise that we have a duty of care to all employees.

Above all, we aspire to be a great place to work, balancing both professionalism and humour within the working environment. This aspiration relies on us all to work together to create a dynamic, friendly and stimulating environment.

The WRU promotes, fosters, encourages and controls rugby union throughout Wales. Our employees are key in ensuring that these actions are achieved.

Our aims, together with our vision and mission, are underpinned by our core values and beliefs which embrace: -

  • Integrity
  • Excellence
  • Success
  • Courage
  • Family
  • Humour

The WRU Group is fully committed to the principles of equality and is responsible for ensuring that, employees, members, volunteers and participants, regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation are treated fairly and without discrimination.

The WRU Group successfully achieved the foundation level of the Equality Standard a Framework for Sport in June 2011. For a copy of the WRU Group Equality Policy please click here "Equality Policy"

If you are interested in working for the WRU Group, please click on our "WRU Group Current Vacancies" page, all of our current vacancies are listed here.

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