Technical Editor – Learning, Education and Development – British Rowing

British Rowing are excited to be seeking a Technical Editor to support the delivery of the learning, education, and development (LEAD) programme. The successful candidate will join the LEAD Team in the development of coaches and volunteers across the country by supporting community clubs, partner organisations, schools, and universities.

📣A bit about the role

If you are passionate about people development, then this role is for you!  The LEAD team offers support to coaches and volunteers to ensure our rowing community have the best possible experience of British Rowing and the sport of rowing. You will provide technical editorial expertise in the development of learning resources for coaches, educators, coach developers in support of the day-to-day operational planning/delivery of our programme. We’re a small team and so we might also ask you to do other bits from time to time.

For full details, including responsibilities and person specification, please click here.

👋 A bit about you

You’ll be an innovator with excellent verbal and written communication skills. You have a can-do attitude and are always looking at creativity in the way we do things. We need someone who is able to deal with high volumes of work at peak times and is comfortable working with a suite of creative tools.

🚣‍ A bit about us

Our passion is rowing. 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.

We are a membership organisation with over 30,000 individual members and we are looking to support over 550 affiliated clubs and 230 affiliated events. We cover all types of rowing whether it’s on the river or lake, on the sea or in the gym (on a rowing machine) and so a key aim is provide high quality service to all parts of the rowing community.

🙌 What we offer

You’ll be based in our head office alongside the Thames in Hammersmith, London. However, you will have the opportunity to work remotely and flexibly.

Besides 25 days holiday, plus bank holidays, you will also receive:

  • 7.5% employer pension contribution (when you contribute 3%)
  • £20 per month with Betterspace (our wellbeing platform)
  • Confidential counselling and advice with Empathy (our EAP)
  • Eye care vouchers
  • Life assurance (x3 your salary)
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Free and secure parking in Hammersmith
  • Free annual ROW Membership.

Any other questions? Just drop us a line!

✍️ Get your application in

To apply for this role, please email your CV, alongside a covering letter to our HR manager [email protected].  We’re going to close applications at 5pm on Friday, 28 April but, if you like the sound of the job please apply straight away as we reserve the right to close applications early.

Type: Part-Time (3 days per week)

No CVs from agencies please.

Interviews: Week commencing 8 May 2023

Salary: £34,320 per annum

Application Dates: From Wednesday 19th April 2023 to Friday 28th April 2023

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