In the heart of Burns Country, the Ayrshire Bulls run out of Ayr Rugby Club, who were established in 1897.

Ayr Rugby Club is one of Scotland’s most successful rugby clubs, with a track record of success both on and off the field. Building on the success of the previous Club 1st XV’s, the Ayrshire Bulls were 2021 FOSROC Super6 Champions.

With our values of Respect, Enjoyment, Achievement and Lifestyle, we have a vision of being “An inclusive Club at the heart and the centre of the community”. As a club our vision is “To establish solid foundations that ensure that rugby is in the best position to continue to flourish in all aspects of the game, for all, whilst contributing towards education, health, wellbeing, employment, discipline and inclusiveness across the Ayrshire community”. Our club has a wide range of community events and programmes, along with our youth section for male and female players/teams, our men’s and women’s amateur teams and at the top of the club sits our part-time professional team, the Ayrshire Bulls, who compete in the FOSROC Super6 competition.

To continue the success of our Super6 side, an exciting full time position has arisen to become the Ayrshire Bulls Super6 Head Coach.

The Head Coach will have a track record of coaching successful teams and understands how to get the best of players and staff. They must be someone who can lead a positive culture and inspire others around them, with the aim of making our community proud that creates a ripple effect across the South West region and help drive SUPER 6 forward.

Applications in the form of a CV and covering letter, of no more than 500 words, should be submitted via email to [email protected] and should outline your relevant skills and experience for the post. For a more detailed conversation please call Billy McHarg on 07802359342

Closing Date: Monday 27th June 12noon.

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