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Head Coach

University of Oxford - Christ Church

Location: Oxford
Salary: £22,000 to £26,000 pa plus usual college benefits dependent on qualifications
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 3rd September 2019
Closes: 31st October 2019

An experienced and enthusiastic Head Coach, with excellent organizational and communication skills, is required to oversee the College’s mens and womens rowing programs.  This is a varied role and requires someone to work flexibly to meet the needs of the Boat Club.   Duties include supervision of captains and assistant coaches, recruitment of novice and skilled rowers, programming, planning and supervising of land and water training sessions, coaching of crews in term time, as well as during the summer and holiday training periods, attendance at termly meetings of the Boat Club Society and with the Senior Member & Treasurer of the Boat Club and attendance at rowing events.  The Head Coach will be expected to work closely with the Senior Member & Treasurer of the Boat Club on the purchase and repair of equipment and day to day operations.  Would suit someone with strong leadership skills and the ability to organize and motivate.  A thorough knowledge of relevant H&S regulations is a pre-requisite.  Maximum of 40 hours per week, over three 11-week terms, summer and holiday training periods, including weekends. 

Application form and full details available at: http://www.chch.ox.ac.uk/vacancies

   
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