GB Rowing Team, Performance Development Coach (Paralympic Programme)

British Rowing is looking for a highly motivated rowing coach who is seeking a new challenge, enjoys problem solving and is a great team player, to work with our hugely successful Paralympic Programme.

The successful candidate will bring substantial experience of producing winning crews, a proven ability to develop individuals, whilst driving a team culture with elite performance behaviours.

The GB Rowing Team’s aim is to produce medal winning Para Rowing boats at the World Rowing Championships and Paralympic Games. This new role funded by UK Sport is responsible for working with the Chief Coach to deliver these results by developing and maintaining a talent stream to sustain this level of performance and coaching crews to medal success at World Championships level.

This a rare opportunity to be part of highly successful performance programme, which topped the medal table at the Paralympic Games in Rio by winning Gold medals in three of the four Paralympic events and a Bronze medal in the fourth.

Experience of working with rowers with a disability is not a pre-requisite but an ability to think outside the box, take ownership of your work, build strong relationships and be driven by high standards is.

For full details including further responsibilities and necessary experience, please click here.

Informal enquiries should be made to Tom Dyson – Chief Coach Paralympic Programme by email to: [email protected].

If you are interested in the role, please email your CV alongside a covering letter to HR Manager [email protected].

Salary: £40,000

Location: Caversham, Berkshire – some flexibility could be agreed as this role includes national and international travel

Contract type: Permanent (Full time)

Interview date: Interviews will take place between 10 and 14 February 2020

Application Dates: From Wednesday 8th January 2020 to Monday 3rd February 2020

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