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Rowing Coach and Boathouse Co-ordinator

St Paul's Girls' SchoolHammersmith and Fulham

The school is seeking to appoint an experienced Rowing Coach to support its vibrant and growing rowing programme.  Working with the Head of Rowing, the post holder will coach and teach rowing to girls of varying ability, and provide strength and conditioning and weight training to the rowers.  The Coach will assist with managing specific year groups and/or boats into major competitions, helping with the day-to-day administration of crew line-ups and the organisation surrounding events and trips.

Applicants will have a sound technical knowledge of the rowing stroke and experience in coaching/teaching across all ability levels.  They must be able to drive a launch confidently and have a good understanding of the navigational rules; a powerboat 2 licence and familiarity with the Tideway would be an advantage, along with a minibus (D1) licence and experience of towing.  Experience of rowing and coaching at medal winning standard is highly desirable.

The successful candidate will join a hard-working and thriving department and contribute ideas and experience to the rowing programme.

Follow the link to our careers site to access further details or contact our recruitment line on 020 7605 4875.  Please submit your completed application form, including a short supporting statement and full CV  by noon on the specified closing date.

Closing date: Wednesday 2 June 2021, noon

Interview date: Week commencing 7 June 2021

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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