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Rowing Australia, as the national governing body for rowing in Australia, is offering international level coaches a rare and exciting opportunity to join our world class rowing program in the lead up to the Rio Olympic Games in 2016.
With the recent redeployment of one of our Senior Coaches to our Western Australia Training Centre, Rowing Australia has taken the opportunity to review the structure and operations of the National Training Centre in Canberra and offers two coaching positions for consideration.
Rowing Australia are seeking applications from suitably qualified rowing coaches to work in the heart of our high performance program. The primary focus of these roles is: to lead, manage, drive and coach the daily training environment for nationally identified athletes at our National Training Centre at the Australian Instsitute of Sport in Canberra. One of these roles is a senior role and will involve participation on the National Leadership Team contributing to the broader leadership of the national program.
These positions are available for the successful candidates to start from September 2014; a salary package commensurate with each of the successful candidate’s skills, qualifications and experience will be negotiated.
For further information, including position description/s, please contact Chris O’Brien – National Performance Director – email firstname.lastname@example.org or at Rowing World Cup 2 or 3.
Applicants are required to provide a maximum two page cover letter and a resume outlining their skills and experience and how they relate to the position description. Only coaches holding minimum NCAS Level III or equivalent with relevant experience should apply for this role.
Applications close on Tuesday 15 July, 2014 and should be forwarded to the National Performance Director.
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