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Scottish Rowing Finance Director (Voluntary)

Posted: 6 August 2021

Scottish Rowing is 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.

Read more: Scottish Rowing Finance Director (Voluntary)

Other Rowing Vacancies in Scotland

University Rowing Aberdeen Head Coach

HOURS OF WORK: 39 hours per week
POSITION TYPE: Full Time - Fixed Term to 31/07/22 (with potential for extension, subject to funding)
SALARY: £29,238.94
ACCOUNTABLE TO: President of Sport and Physical Activity (RGU Students' Union) and Head of Sport (Robert Gordon University)

University Rowing Aberdeen (URA) is an exciting joint venture between Robert Gordon University and the University of Aberdeen, supported by Scottish Rowing. URA aims to provide a high-quality training environment for student rowers in Aberdeen, bringing together the expertise and resources of both universities in the city. The URA Head Coach role will drive, develop, and deliver the URA a performance rowing programme. The primary responsibility will be the strategic development of the programme including, but not limited to: leading and delivering technical sessions, squad selection and support services to ensure optimal rowing performance.

Applications close 11pm on 18th October 2021.

For full details of this post please go to the Post Advert webpage 

Junior Coach - Strathclyde Park Rowing Club

Strathclyde Park Rowing Club is seeking an experienced coach to lead our junior squad. The post holder will work on a self-employed basis for an initial five hours per week, (two 90-minutes mid-week evening sessions and one 2-hour weekend session) with the potential to expand the training hours as the squad grows. There will also be the opportunity for additional hours running junior learn to row courses and working with our schools’ outreach programme. They will be supported in this role by unpaid volunteers.

For further information contact SCRC Captain Laura Graham at Laura.Graham@uws.ac.uk