There would be no club without volunteers. No children running around at training on a Saturday morning. No girls’ rugby. No senior team togging out for a cup match.

This is all achieved through countless hours by volunteers, giving of their time. Every hour they give makes a difference. And so can you!

How? That depends on you.

There are currently over 60 roles at the club so there are loads of positions within the club to choose from. There is a great blend of on and off the field activities (so don’t worry if you still get flummoxed by the rules of rugby!!).

Of those 60 roles, we are currently actively recruiting for around 20. You’ll find a list of these roles detailed below.


Youth Coach

Coaching experience would be preferred along with a decent knowledge of rugby. You will have the opportunity to do Munster coaching courses. All coaches must be vetted by the Child Welfare officer. Responsible for player development.

Youth Mentor

Mentoring youth players is critical to speeding up their development and increases the chances they stay with the club through to senior level.

Senior Coach

Coaching experience is essential and coaches would ideally have completed IRFU coaching courses. The club is looking for coaches of all types from fitness coaches to position-specific specialist coaches. Responsible for player development.

Minis Coach

No experience is needed. Just a love of rugby and bags of energy and enthusiasm! You will have the opportunity to do Munster coaching courses so don’t worry about the rules of rugby. First aid courses will also be offered. All coaches must be vetted by the Child Welfare officer.

Community Officer

Turn the Club into a true community. This involves growing the number of members by making membership as attractive as possible and building the club’s presence in the community. This is achieved by reaching out to associations around the Aghadoe and in the greater Killarney area who may benefit from using our facility for summer fetes or the like. In essence, the club needs to become part of the fabric of the community rather than separate from it.

Diversity and Inclusion Officer

The Diversity and Inclusion Officer works with the Volunteer Coordinator to create an open and accepting culture within the club and work towards a volunteer base that reflects the broader society.

PR Volunteer

Work with the Public Relations Officer to promote the club, build the brand, contribute and filter and guide the social media presence.

Volunteer Coordinator

Responsible for recruiting, training and engaging a team of volunteers. Be the point of contact.

Major Events Coordinators

Plan, organise and deliver major events such as Open Day, Christmas party, AGM etc.

School Liaison Officer

To create mutually beneficial links with local education institutions.

Fundraising Coordinator

Plan, organise and lead a team to raise funds for the club.

Minis Volunteer

Responsible for helping create a positive environment for parents at minis training.

Coaching Coordinator

To develop a coaching structure and promote the development of all coaches within the club.

Transition Officer

Adding a transition officer position to a club structure is a simple and effective way of addressing Youth player loss and
will create clear lines of responsibility and have tangible impact on the retention of players.


Assist the Chairperson with the day-to-day running of the club.


Represent the club when the President isn’t available.

Club Ambassador

To build the club’s profile in the public and private sectors and help the Commercial Manager explore opportunities.

Walking Rugby Coordinator

Coordinate and publicise the club’s Walking Rugby Activities. Organise training. Make contact with other clubs around Ireland and the UK with a view to organising tournaments.

If you see something that interests you get in touch and we can send you a detailed role description covering what you would do and what the time commitment is.

We know time is key. Gone are the days of asking people to “Give a hand”. Life is too hectic for all of us. Instead, our approach is to say “here is a role, here are the hours involved, are you interested?”

Don’t see anything that interests you? No problem – just get in touch anyway and we can build a tailored role that suits your availability and skills. Killarney RFC is a club for everyone!

Remember, every hour makes a difference! Make yours!

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