London Youth Rowing is looking to hire community coaches to work on its Satellite Hubs and Clubs Project. This project aims to get young disadvantaged people into rowing through schools indoor clubs which then feed into our on water centres. London Youth Rowing is the largest development rowing project of its kind in the world with many opportunities for growth within the organisation.
For jobs and coaching opportunities with British Rowing and other rowing organisations take a look below, or at your membership magazine, Rowing & Regatta (circ. 25,000).
Rowing clubs and other affiliated organisations that wish to employ coaches from countries other than those in the European Economic Area or Switzerland will find guidance about the procedures they need to follow on our Overseas Recruitment page.
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Stewards’ Charitable Trust Scholarship Programme - South West Region
British Rowing, in partnership with the Stewards’ Charitable Trust, is able to offer a number of scholarships to graduates to deliver this highly successful programme.
Exceptionally there is a vacancy on the programme in the South West and applications are invited from graduates planning to embark on a sports related postgraduate course in January 2014, or who may already be studying for a sports related postgraduate qualification.
Longridge is based on the Thames between Maidenhead and Marlow, where we benefit from a 12-acre site offering a wide range of water and land activities.
One of our most popular activities is rowing, and we are seeking a UKCC Level 2 qualified rowing coach to run sessions for beginners and improvers throughout our 2014 summer season (March to October).
Applicants will need to be over 18 years old, able to work a flexible week including evening and weekends and will be expected at times to run any number of our other activities is required (full training provided).