The R&A employ staff in a diverse range of departments including golf development, course management, equipment testing, hospitality, Championship operations, Rules, finance, IT, marketing and communications, and golf heritage.
Our job vacancies page displays employment opportunities in both permanent and temporary roles. We are always on the lookout for talented individuals and encourage those who meet the requirements for the role and wish to develop their career at The R&A to apply.
We will hold personal details for a maximum of six months. If an appropriate vacancy arises during that time our HR team will be in touch. Please refer to our terms and conditions for further details on how your information will be stored.
The R&A is currently developing its operations in a number of areas and is creating several new positions across the organisation. If you would like to be part of a dynamic and growing team working at the heart of golf then please see the vacancies below
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Formed in 2004 and based in St Andrews, The R&A engages in and supports activities undertaken for the benefit of the sport of golf.
Work at The Open
Join us in summer 2021 when golf's oldest Championship returns to Royal St George’s, on the beautiful Kent coastline for the first time since 2011.
The Open relies on the recruitment of temporary employees and volunteers to help deliver a memorable experience for the thousands of spectators who will be part of the Championship in July 2021.
DP&L is working in partnership with The R&A to recruit for many different types of positions. There are both paid and voluntary roles available here.
Based in St Andrews, The R&A runs professional championships including The Open and the AIG Women’s British Open, elite amateur golf events, international matches and manages golf rankings. The R&A also owns and operates the British Golf Museum in St Andrews.
The R&A, through R&A Rules Ltd, governs the sport worldwide, outside of the United States and Mexico, on behalf of over 36 million golfers in 143 countries and with the consent of 157 organisations from amateur and professional golf. The R&A is at the forefront in modernising the sport and making it more relevant to today’s society.
The R&A’s purpose is to make golf more accessible, appealing and inclusive and to ensure it is thriving 50 years from now. The Finance department plays a key role in supporting that purpose.
This is a high-profile role where the candidate will have a direct impact on driving the future of some of the world’s most iconic golf championships by working closely with a number of key teams across the business. Reporting to the Championship Accountant, the person in this role will be directly responsible for decision support and preparing strategic financial plans, annual budgets and rolling forecasts. The role will involve financial planning and analysis, business partnering and financial modelling.