Coach Educator (World Rowing Coastal Sculling)
📣 The Role
Interested in developing the next generation of coaches for the growing format of World Rowing Coastal Sculling?
The quality of activity is only as strong as the quality of the coaches delivering. To strengthen activity around England, British Rowing is looking to take on four new Coach Educators focused on delivering high-quality education focusing on the World Rowing Coastal Sculling format in England.
You can find the full role description here.
We are looking for coach educators who are dynamic and effective communicators to inspire delivery coaches around England. We need you to challenge concepts of what rowing is all about.
You’ll have the confidence and competence to deliver education in challenging conditions on marine waters and on and off a swimming beach. It would be desirable but not essential for the successful candidate to have a teaching qualification, but the most important thing is your ability to engage our future coaches.
You’ll also have experience planning delivery of education including all aspects such as promotion, risk assessments, arranging safety cover and planning volunteers if required to make sure participants stay safe and everyone has an enjoyable experience.
🚣 About Us
We are the governing body for rowing, responsible for supporting grassroots rowing in England and getting the GB Rowing Team ready for the Olympics, Paralympics and other international competitions.
British Rowing is committed to growing all forms of the sport including World Rowing Coastal Sculling formats. This includes both giving people the opportunity to take part in these formats but also inspire those with the potential to represent Great Britain.
🙌 Our Offer
We will support you by providing:
• Coastal Education Training (including travel expenses)
• Event Organisers training.
• Education Resources
• Guides and toolkits to be able to plan days and events.
• British Rowing Kit
• Coach Educator rate of £25 per hour of delivery
🗓️ Training Dates
Virtual Training for this role will take place at 18:00-20:00 on May 18th, between 18:00-21:00 on the 19th, 21st, 26th and 28th of May and 18:00-20:00 on either June 1st or 8th (TBC). A full practical training day giving you hands-on experience with coastal boats will take place on either the 4th, 11th or 25th of June. The venue and specific date are to be confirmed but please keep these dates free.
No need to send in a CV or covering letter. Applications will close at 09:00 on April 19th but if you like the sound of the role make sure to get your application in straight away! To help us better understand who applies for roles with us at British Rowing please consider taking the time to complete this diversity questionnaire.
Interviews will take place via “Google Meet” on April 26th and 27th.
If you have any questions or would like an informal discussion about the role you can contact Sarah Harris, our Head of Education & Training who’d love to talk with you about the role and answer any questions you have!
Application Dates: From Thursday 1st April 2021 to Monday 19th April 2021