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Northampton Rowing Club are looking to recruit one or more Rowing Coaches to undertake coaching services with a number of the club’s rowing squads. The Rowing Coaches will set out training plans, provide coaching and guide the existing volunteer coaches to […]Read More
St Paul’s School are looking to recruit a Rowing Coach & Boathouse Administrator to take lead responsibility for coaching a year group and to carry out the necessary administration of the club. The Rowing Coach & Boathouse Administrator will join […]Read More
The University of Warwick Boat Club are looking to recruit volunteer Rowing Coaches to oversee selection, training and development of the women’s squad. The Rowing Coaches will create and instigate land and water training programs and coach crews, as appropriate, to […]Read More
Headington School, Oxford are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and passionate Rowing Coach to join the school’s coaching team in September 2018. The Rowing Coach will coach across several year groups under the guidance and supervision of the Head of Rowing and support […]Read More
Gippsland Grammar in regional Victoria, Australia are looking to recruit three final year, University students (undergraduate or postgraduate) Gap Year Rowing Coaches to add significant value to the school’s Rowing program. Gippsland Grammar has a well established School Rowing program and […]Read More
Cambridge University Rowing are looking to recruit a Chief Coach for their Women and Lightweight crews. Chief Coach of Women and Lightweights will oversee the year-round development and performance programme for the open-weight women, lightweight men and women, 4 Boat Race Crews […]Read More
Putney High School are looking to recruit a full-time Rowing Coach to coach all squads with particular focus on developing the senior athletes. The Rowing Coach will be someone who is passionate about rowing with previous coaching experience and who has […]Read More
Imperial College are looking to appoint a Head of Rowing to oversee the extensive coaching and rowing development programme at the Imperial College Boathouse, Putney Embankment, London. The Head of Rowing will have responsibility for the recruitment, retention and management of […]Read More
Cantabrigian Rowing Club are seeking two volunteer coaches to support water sessions for their Senior and Intermediate Women’s Squads. These squads total approximately 45 athletes between them, ranging from athletes who have progressed up through the Cantabs squad system, to […]Read More