Wales head coach Warren Gatland will lend a hand as the country seeks to improve its junior coaching structure.
Fourteen coaching and managerial roles are being advertised by the Welsh Rugby Union, and Gatland is among those charged with appointing the best recruits.
National performance manager Huw Wiltshire, chief executive Roger Lewis and national coach development manager John Schropfer will join forces with Gatland as they look to fill the roles of Sevesn, Under-20 and Under-18 coaches, among others.
Wiltshire said: "We want the whole of Welsh rugby to work in total partnership so that our best developing players know exactly what is expected of them from all quarters.
"The over-riding ethos of the Sevens and National Age Grade squads has to be geared around player development in the first instance but within the context of a successful team environment.
"So much good work has already gone on in delivering a proper elite pathway and this move will help take that development an important step further."