Latymer Upper Boat Club – Assistant Boathouse Manager/Rowing Coach
We are a school that values diversity and individual contribution; supporting and encouraging staff to pursue their interests and achieve their ambitions.
With a long tradition of boys’ rowing, since turning co-ed, the school has rapidly built a strong and robust girls’ programme, delivering consistent, high-level performances in multiple boat types. Latymer Upper Boat Club (LUSBC) is now one of the most successful co-educational school boat clubs in Britain, with established sculling and sweep rowing programmes. The boat club boasts impressive participation numbers spread equally across girls and boys.
The role of the Assistant Boathouse Manager is to support the Boathouse Manager in all matters relating to the Boat Club and under the guidance of the Head of Rowing, coach throughout the Boat Club.
The role will be split approximately between 20 hours working as Assistant Boathouse Manager and 20 hours working as a Rowing Coach as directed by the Head of Rowing. This may vary depending on the time of year and required needs.
Under the guidance of the Head of Rowing, the coaching team shares responsibility for the use of the boathouse buildings and contents, administration and entries and relationships with stakeholders.
This is a full-time, year-round role (40 hours a week).
Salary is £30,000 – £33,500 per annum, dependent on experience.
For further information about Latymer Upper School, please visit https://www.latymer-upper.org/.
To apply, and to access further information about the role and employee benefits, please visit our dedicated recruitment website here.
Diversity – The School is fully committed to the principles of equal opportunity, diversity and inclusion. We have an established and representative staff Equality and Diversity Board to help drive forward positive change. A further Equality and Diversity Committee has recently been formed from our student population.
We are committed to attracting and retaining the very best staff, ensuring that our staff body reflects the diversity of our students and local community. Acknowledging a lack of ethnic diversity within our staff community, we particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates for this role. All appointments will be made on merit, following a fair and transparent process. In line with the Equality Act 2010, however, the School may employ positive action where diverse candidates can demonstrate their ability to perform the role equally well.
Safeguarding – The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check, online check and receipt of two satisfactory references.
Salary: £30,000 - £33,500 per annum
Type: Full-time, permanent contract
Application Dates: From Monday 5th December 2022 to Monday 12th December 2022