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Are you a rowing coach looking for a new opportunity? Or are you a Geography teacher looking for a step up in Oxford? Then you have come to the right place. There are some coaching positions currently available in amazing places across the UK and the world. The following advertisements are from The Rowing Service Noticeboard from the last two weeks. Get in quick so you don’t miss out, as some of the applications are closing as early as the 4th of April.


Head of Geography

St Edward?s Oxford are looking for a Head of Geography for September 2014. Applications may be made online via the School website: Closing date: 12 noon on 16 April.



Ambitious and hard-working seniors/masters squad looking for coaching and guidance on crew selections. Sat and Sun mornings preferred but willing to discuss. Weekday evenings also considered. Start after Easter. We are a fun group to work with and are very willing to accept input. Guidance to volunteer coaches for beginners and intermediates also willingly accepted. Please get in touch if you would like to find out more.



Gippsland Grammar is again searching for three well experienced and enthusiastic rowers with coaching experience, to fill rowing GAP positions at the school for the 2014-2015 season. Commencing around July – August 2014 and finishing between around the end of March to early April 2015. The finish date will depend on the timing of domestic regattas which are not yet available. Our programme is primarily sculling so sculling experience would be an distinct advantage.

The school provides accommodation in a house 100m from the boat shed, a weekly allowance along with a contribution toward meals. We would prefer more mature people who would like to take a GAP after completing University studies or the like. However we would consider any application on merit. A driver?s license is essential. There are opportunities to continue sculling, and to compete in domestic regattas, as well as the Australian National Championships. There is also ample time during the summer school holidays to explore Australia. For further details contact Frank Stone at the following email address, frank.stone(at)



MAABC require a volunteer coach for our novice group. Tideway experience preferred. If interested please contact Christina on



As a part of their ambitious development plans, Worcester Rowing Club are now recruiting a Full Time Rowing Coach to start with the club between July and September 2014.

Key Responsibilities will include:

Develop and personally coach high performance rowing for men, women and top Junior?s.

Work with, and develop further, a network of volunteer coaches throughout the club.

Work across the local community to identify new high potential talent for the performance squads.

Organise and run rowing camps and Go Row programmes.

Act as an ambassador for WRC both locally and with the appropriate British Rowing regional and national contacts.

Person Specification

The ideal candidate will be at least Level 2 qualified and be able to demonstrate both previous coaching experience and a good understanding of the factors involved in delivering success in high performance rowing.

Strong communication skills and the ability to develop relationships internally and externally will be a key factor.

The role will require a flexible approach to working hours.

This is an initial 12 month appointment to be reviewed with the possibility to extend to 3 years. A competitive salary will be offered.

The selection process will incorporate a practical assessment as well as a formal interview.

Please send a CV and covering letter to by 4th April 2014.

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  1. Braun Christian

    Seeclub Luzern (Swiss) Cheftrainer / Headcoach, insbesondere im Leistungssportbereich Rudern (Teil- oder Vollzeit)

    Ihre Aufgaben:
    Als verantwortlicher Cheftrainer / Headcoach im Leistungssportbereich im stärksten Club der Schweiz sind Sie für den reibungslosen Betrieb des Leistungssportbereiches verantwortlich.
    Sie führen und organisieren zusammen mit einem motivierten ehrenamtlichen Trainer/innen Team den Trainingsbetrieb bestehend aus ca. 40-50 motivierten Sportler/innen.
    Die Sicherstellung der Weiterbildung des Trainerteams, die Betreuung unserer Athleten auch während den Regatten und eine gesamtheitliche Trainings- und Regattaplanung gehören ebenfalls zu Ihren Aufgaben.
    Ihr Profil:
    Sie haben ein Sportstudium oder eine entsprechende Trainerausbildung (Trainergrundkurs Swiss Olympic, Lizenzkurs A oder ein A-Trainerdiplom des jeweiligen Landesverbandes) absolviert.
    Zudem verfügen Sie bereits über mehrjährige Erfahrung als Rudertrainer im Leistungssport und sind sich gewohnt, zusammen mit Ihrem Team, auch die strategische Stossrichtung des Vereines aktiv zu unterstützen.
    Gute Kenntnisse der deutschen Sprache sind Voraussetzung.
    Eigenschaften wie: Vorbildfunktion, Kompromissbereitschaft und Teamplayer runden Ihr Profil ab.
    Ihre Chancen:
    Einen spannenden herausfordernden Arbeitsplatz in einem aktiven und gut verankerten Umfeld mit jungen und talentierten Mitgliedern und einer erfolgreichen Senioren-mannschaft.
    Mit Ihren Qualitäten und den vorhanden Talenten führen sie den Leistungssportbereich beim See-Club Luzern zum Erfolg.
    Weitere Informationen und Bewerbung:
    Ist das Ihre neue Herausforderung? Wenn wir Ihr Interesse geweckt haben, bewerben Sie sich bitte direkt mit den vollständigen Unterlagen per E-Mail an: oder per Brief an: See-Club Luzern, Alpenquai 33, 6005 Luzern. Bei Fragen wenden Sie sich bitte an Moritz Rogger: Telefon +41 79 413 13 26

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