Jason Lewis stood down as Wales Women's coach at the conclusion of this year's World Cup in Guildford.
The Welsh Women's national team has today announced two coaching vacancies.
With head coach Jason Lewis, who led Wales to a highly coveted Six Nations Triple Crown two seasons ago, stepping down at the end of this year's World Cup to take up a new role within the WRU, his position now needs to be filled.
An assistant coach is also required for the Wales Women's side.
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