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Youth Rowing Volunteer - Glasgow

A Youth Rowing Volunteer is a key person for our programmes to ensure that our Youth Rowers are supported and aid in their personal development as individuals.

As a Youth Rowing Volunteer you will be helping build and strengthen our community through supporting connection and growth.

For more information on this role please contact miki.dale@britishrowing.org

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Community Project Coach - Glasgow

The Community Project Coach role is an important one as you’ll be representing Scottish Rowing as a driving force in community relations.  This interesting role which will use your passion for rowing, as well as your people skills and creativity.

The main objective of the role is to coach, interact and engage with our community to encourage and increase participation in rowing, sport and physical activity.

For more information on this role please contact miki.dale@britishrowing.org

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Performance Development Coach

Posted: February 23, 2017

Title of Post:  Performance Development Coachimage001

Post Scope:  Full time

Contract duration:  Open Ended

Salary Level:  UE04 (£18,940-£21,220 per annum + 15% Premium Band)

Office base:  University Sport and Exercise, University of Edinburgh, 46 Pleasance, Edinburgh, EH8 9TJ

Edinburgh University Boat Club (EUBC) is one of the most progressive and exciting rowing programmes in the UK. It is recognised and supported by GB Rowing, Scottish Rowing & sportscotland.  EUBC has a track record of coaching rowers to challenge for a place in the GB Rowing National Squads and is committed to Rowing's World Class Performance Strategy

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Regatta Organising Committee Chair

Posted: January 30, 2017

Regatta Organising Committee Chair
Closing Date for Applications - 24th February 2017
To Apply - E-mail a covering letter to office@scottish-rowing.org.uk

The Domestic Regatta Organising Committee is a sub-committee of Scottish Rowing, the governing body of rowing in Scotland.  The committee is responsible for all matters pertaining to the organising and running of two Scottish Rowing regattas at Strathclyde Park, being Strathclyde Park Regatta and Scottish Championships which take place in April and June respectively.

As the Regatta Organising Committee Chair you are accountable to the Board of Scottish Rowing and responsible for ensuring that the Committee organises and delivers regattas at Strathclyde Park to time, within budget and to a quality and level of safety that meets or exceeds the expectations and needs of all involved. You will work with a team of experienced volunteers who form the committee, other volunteers from the Scottish Rowing community and Scottish Rowing staff members.

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Scottish Rowing Director of Corporate Governance

Posted: January 17, 2016

Scottish Rowing
Director of Corporate Governance
Voluntary Position

The Role
Scottish Rowing is the Governing Body for rowing in Scotland.  It promotes participation in rowing by both men and women, at every age and level of ability from novice to elite.  Scottish Rowing is now seeking to appoint a Director with responsibility for Corporate Governance 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.

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Tay Rowing Club - Coaches Required

Tay Rowing Club are in need of a number of coaches to teach rowing to adult beginners as part of the club’s planned expansion in 2017. With the Rio Olympics in 2016 the club has received a massive amount of interest in adults wishing to learn to row and would like to provide rowing to our entire waiting list in the first half of 2017.

They are initially offering 2 hours a week at £12 per hour. As the club sessions are currently adult focused, the qualifications requirement can be developed. Good coaching experience desired. Potential for a longer term and expanded arrangement after the initial 3 months, including; weekday rowing, junior coaching and evening sessions.

For more information please check out their poster which also outlines how to apply.