Jobs

All our positions are non-paid. These positions would be done on a voluntary base.

Permanent Positions

President
The president is the overall manager of the Belgian Quidditch Federation, and will guide the BQF staff as the sport continues to evolve. People management, team work, and passion are essential for this prestigious role, as well as leadership skills, and a minimum of 10 hours a week to dedicate to the job.

Their main tasks are the following:
  • Ensuring the proper functioning of the BQF Core Cabinet.
  • Hiring or replacing staff to fill Core Cabinet positions when necessary.
  • Creating or removing functions in the Core Cabinet as necessary.
  • Leading Core Cabinet meetings.
  • Supervising the communication between the Core Cabinet and the Executive Board.
  • Acting as (or appointing) the representative of Belgian quidditch during international meetings.
Deadline: 28/09/2017 More info >

Temporary Positions

Belgian Gryffins (National Team) – Head Coach
The head coach of the Gryffins is in charge of the sportive matters in the Gryffins. They will lead the practices, decide the tactics and lead the 21 players to gold.

The head coach will be decided by the former trainers and the former selection committee. This to keep some sense of continuity. The head coach can be playing or non-playing.

It will require the willingness to dedicate a significant amount of time in the Gryffins. They must be willing to watch and analyse footage regularly. Leadership is everything in a group, so they must not take their roles lightly.

Deadline: 23/09/2017 Apply >
Belgian Gryffins (National Team) – Trainer(s)
The trainers will be selected by the coach. Everyone can apply to become a Team Belgium trainer. Application must go through a form which tests the tactical and motivational skills of the trainer.

The trainers will assist the head and or assistant coach. Trainers can either be players or non-players.

It will require the willingness to dedicate a significant amount of time in the Gryffins. They must be willing to watch and analyse footage regularly. Leadership is everything in a group, so they must not take their roles lightly.

Deadline: 23/09/2017 Apply >
Belgian Gryffins (National Team) – Team Manager
The manager of the Belgian Gryffins is in charge of the whole organisation of the Gryffins. Their job is to delegate. They have to make sure everyone does their respective job and that everyone stays motivated for their role.

The team manager has to make sure all the practices are nicely planned and communicated to the group. They can work together for this with the logistics manager. The Belgian Manager will be voted on by the General Assembly.

Preferably, the manager has already experience with the Belgian Gryffins, though this is not a requirement.

Deadline: 28/09/2017 Apply >
Belgian Gryffins (National Team) – Logistics Manager
The logistic manager has to make sure the travel of the Gryffins is perfectly planned, and has also have to organise everything related to the Gryffins kit. It is also the logistics manager’s job (together with the team manager), to plan the practices and rent the required venues.

The Team Manager will select the Logistics Manager. Everyone can apply for Logistics Manager.

Deadline: 28/09/2017 Apply >
Belgian Gryffins (National Team) – Fundraising Manager
World Cup might be a cross-Atlantic tournament. As players still have to pay everything on their own, it is the fundraising manager’s job to make sure everyone on the Gryffins roster can make it to the tournament, regardless of the location.

The Fundraising Manager must be creative and must be able to promote our actions well. The Fundraising Manager will be selected by the team manager. Everyone can apply for Fundraising Manager.

Deadline: 28/09/2017 Apply >