British Rowing is seeking to appoint two Independent non-Executive Directors for its Board. One will be experienced in legal and/or compliance matters; an understanding of its application to the sports sector would be an advantage. The other will have a commercial or marketing background and a passion for sport.
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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The Hartpury Rowing Start initiative is a joint venture between Hartpury College, The GB Rowing Team Start Programme and Gloucester Rowing Club. The aim of the programme is to identify and develop Olympic rowers. Launched in 2010, rowing is the seventh elite talent development sport established by the College.
Scottish Rowing is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual to fill the role of Regional Development Manager for the West Region. Successful candidates will have a unique opportunity to grow the sport across the region (which extends from Argyll and Bute across to Lanarkshire and down to Dumfries and Galloway) and will share our passion and vision for the development of rowing.
Wallingford Rowing Club is looking for an experienced Lead Junior Coach to manage its junior squad (which ranges from J13-J18), starting in September 2013. They will be supported by an enthusiastic team of volunteers and report to the Head Coach, although there will be scope to shape their own programme and develop the squad under their own initiative. Training times for the juniors are weekday evenings and weekends, so there is no expectation to be available during normal working hours.
The University of East Anglia Boat Club is looking to appoint a new part-time coach to develop the men's senior squad and to continue the success that has been achieved in recent years.
Candidates will ideally have good coaching experience up to HRR level and a UKCC Level 2 Coaching certificate (this is not essential, however).
For further details please email UEABC Men's Captain Charlie Beech at email@example.com.
Thames Rowing Club requires an Assistant Coach to support the Head Coach.
International Experience preferred.
Applications to the Club Captain. Visit www.thamesrc.co.uk for contact details.
London Youth Rowing is looking for enthusiastic and talented coaches to join one of the world's largest community rowing programmes.
The posts are full time and are part of new and more established projects.
LYR is looking for both on water and indoor coaches. Whether you have years of rowing experience or are a really talented coach that has never rowed - LYR will provide full training and wants to hear from you!
The Stewards Charitable Trust Scholarship positions are suitable for people wishing to spend two years combining part-time coaching of young people with studying for a part-time sport related postgraduate qualification.
British Rowing, in partnership with the Stewards’ Charitable Trust, offers a number of scholarship opportunities each year to deliver this highly successful programme in a number of different rowing regions.