Rowing Jobs and Volunteer Opportunities
Jobs and volunteer opportunities with British Rowing, rowing clubs and other rowing organisations
Rowing clubs and other affiliated organisations that wish to employ coaches from countries other than those in the European Economic Area or Switzerland will find guidance about the procedures they need to follow on our Overseas Recruitment page.
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British Rowing is working in partnership with regions, clubs, Youth Rowing projects and local community groups to create opportunities for individuals and groups to build the skills and confidence to enjoy rowing on the water. A key emphasis to this work is how we work together to reach beyond the traditional rowing audiences.Read More
This is a fixed term post for the purpose of covering a maternity leave. Predicted dates are January 2024 – January 2025, with the possibility of extension.Read More
As coach you will support the head coach with all aspects of competitive rowing at all levels. However, your primary focus will be novice and junior coaching at C-, B- and A-level (J13-J18) during training and national and international races.Read More
The 1863 Club are seeking to a recruit a new assistant lead coach to join the team. The role is to help plan, lead and deliver coaching of our growing junior club across all squads covering land and water sessions both throughout the week and on weekends.Read More
Christ Church BC (Oxford), founded in 1817, provides rowing opportunities for students, offering a mix of both ‘learn to row’ and competitive programmes. Our crews train from the Boathouse and at our Sandford Lock base c. 3 miles east of Oxford.Read More