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Coaching & Volunteering Opportunities - Scottish Rowing Junior Development Programme

Posted: 15 September, 2018

Would you like to be part of building an exciting team?

Would you like to be involved in helping Scotland’s upcoming junior athletes train and prepare?

Could you add value to our team whilst getting the opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge?

It is an exciting time to be involved in rowing whether you are a coach, athlete, administrator or parent and we are looking for enthusiastic and ambitious coaches and volunteers to help us create a first-class development experience and to support the delivery of our Junior Performance Development Programme.

The Scottish Rowing Junior Development Programme aims to improve the overall depth and standard of junior rowing in Scotland whilst also supporting the long-term development of Scottish junior rowers identified on a performance pathway.

In order to support an increased programme of activity during the 2018-19 season Scottish Rowing is seeking expressions of interest for Junior Development Coaches and Junior Development Support roles.

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Scottish Rowing Finance Director

Posted: December 7, 2017

Scottish Rowing is the Governing Body for rowing in Scotland.  Its vision is to support and empower people in Scotland to enjoy rowing and achieve their potential.  To achieve this vision it has put in place an ambitious new four year plan to build on the recognised Olympic success of rowing and widen access to the sport at all levels.

Scottish Rowing is now seeking to appoint a Finance Director to join its voluntary Board of Directors.  This is an exciting opportunity for the right person to get involved in shaping the future of rowing in Scotland.

The Finance Director will provide strategic leadership and direction over the Company’s financial affairs, delivering assurance of the financial health of its operations and ensuring the integrity of financial information sent to the Board and where necessary, external parties such as investors or financial institutions.

Read more: Scottish Rowing Finance Director

Cambridge University Rowing - Chief Coach

Chief Coach of Women and Lightweights
Cambridge University Rowing

The search is on for a high performing coach to fill a newly expanded role at the heart of Cambridge University Rowing. This is an exciting role for a coach who wishes to work with and develop highly ambitious student athletes to compete on a global stage in the biggest university sporting event in the world.

Reporting to the Chair of the Performance Advisory Group, the new role of 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 who race in the Tideway Boat Races and the Henley Boat Races.

The Chief Coach of Women and Lightweights will be responsible for providing strategic leadership, high-level coaching and will build on our development pathway for those new to rowing at university. The Chief Coach will lead a highly professional team of Coaches and Support Staff all supported by our Administrator.

Being part of Cambridge University Rowing brings positive life changing experiences for everyone involved. It is important the Chief Coach has the leadership skills necessary to enable our students to develop on and off the water in a supportive high performance environment. We value a coaching team who enable the student rowers to balance demanding academic schedules alongside a high performance rowing programme.

The Club values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity.

The Club has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.

For further information and a full Job Description, please email Siobhan Cassidy via Chair@cuwbc.org.uk

If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your application by email to Siobhan Cassidy, Chair of the CUWBC Executive Committee, at Chair@cuwbc.org.uk

Please enclose a full Curriculum Vitae (CV) and references (no more than three) with your email application. We will not contact referees without your permission.

The closing date for applications is 25th May 2018