ZRU advertise coaching posts

HARARE - Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) has started the hunt to replace national team coaches for all representative teams.

Headlining the vacant posts is the Zimbabwe national rugby coach, a position currently held by former captain Brendan Dawson.

Other posts vacant include the Zimbabwe Sevens coach, which is presently in the hands of Gilbert Nyamutsamba.

The Zimbabwe Under -20 team, Zimbabwe Women XVs and Zimbabwe Women Sevens’ posts are also being advertised.

Nsikelelo Sibanda and Abigail Kawonza are currently in charge of the Young Sables and the Zimbabwe Women Sevens respectively.

All the advertised posts are on a four-year contract, with successful applicants subject to review every 12 months.

According to a ZRU press release yesterday, the applicants should able to use “available resources (to) ensure appropriate analysis of performance of both individuals and the team.”

As for the Sables coach job, the ZRU “seeks to appoint a highly motivated, goal-driven and experienced head coach for the senior national nen`s XVs side, the Sables.”

All positions are on a voluntary basis.

“Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to reach the Zimbabwe Rugby Union no later than January 2, 2015.

“…all national coaches are under review and subject to re application as at the end of December 2014.”

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