Amongst everything that QuidditchUK does, tournaments and events are among the largest and most important. We play host to hundreds of athletes every year and dedicated teams of volunteers are there to ensure our events are fun, safe, and efficient for all.
Whether you're interest in organisation, event management, communications, logistics, or site control there are plenty of practical roles and experience on offer with QuidditchUK tournaments and we need as many people as possible to make them the best they can be.
Tournament Volunteers are reimbursed for their travel and accommodation costs, as well as fed throughout the event. QuidditchUK offers practical experience and references for anyone involved. This is a great opportunity for people looking to get training or hands-on time in an events role, and a great chance to give back to an incredible community.
You can ask about a role in the contact form below, or by emailing the events team. If you don't see something here but still think you can help out, drop us a line and we'd love to have you on board.
Tournaments Directors oversee the planning, operation and running of the wider event. Dealing directly with the venue, being the final decision maker, and handling any issues or complaints that might arise.
Assistant Tournament Directors work with the Tournament Director, handling some of their workload and assisting Pitch Managers and other tournament staff with operational requests.
Scheduling Officers edit and manage the rotation of teams and officials throughout the event; communicating with referees, pitch managers, and teams on who needs to be where and when.
Operations Officers manage the equipment and injuries that happen during a tournament. They will liaise with our on site medical partner, and resolve equipment issues or breakages throughout the event.
Media Officers manage and assign the volunteers required to cover the event. This includes photographers, commentators, videographers, updating scores on social media, and even the livestream.
Pitch Managers are responsible for the running of a specific pitch; communicating injuries, requesting replacement equipment, keeping teams and officials to schedule, and updating the Tournament Director about match information.