STOCKTON ROWING CLUB
JUNIOR HEAD COACH and PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Stockton Rowing Club is excited to announce our search for a Junior Head Coach and Program Coordinator. Stockton, California is centrally located with easy access to the Bay Area, Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park. Our waterway, the San Joaquin River, provides great water year round. Stockton Rowing was the junior home of a two-time Olympic Gold Medal Winner!
This position requires a motivated individual who is enthusiastic about rebuilding our junior program. It will include developing training programs and coaching junior rowers at all levels of experience and athleticism.
Duties and Responsibilities
Organize and lead both land and on water practices, a winter training program & 2-3 summer camps.
Coordinate regatta planning and execution as well as attend all regattas Junior’s compete in.
Recruit and grow the Junior roster each year.
Maintain open communication with Junior’s and their parents.
Ensure that the value of teamwork, healthy competition and respect for Stockton Rowing Club’s rules and policies are upheld and promoted.
Assist with the maintenance and rigging of all equipment.
Collaborate with SRC on organization of boathouse and sharing of equipment.
Produce public relations development through community education and involvement.
Fundraising to help support the Junior program and equipment purchases.
This position will report directly to the SRC BOD and will require your attendance at board meetings.
Skills and Attributes
Two or more years coaching experience for sweep and sculling. US Rowing Level 2 or above is preferred, however, we will consider applicants who have significant and demonstrable experience.
Must pass a nationwide background check.
US Rowing SafeSport Course, boating safety certification, and First Aid/CPR certification are required.
Hold a valid Driver’s License. Ideally comfortable driving truck with boat trailer to regattas and other events.
Knowledge of rigging, boat maintenance and repair.
Knowledge of rowing/exercise physiology, effective training techniques and sports nutrition.
Ability to use word processing, computer based data systems and social media management
Excellent organization, writing and interpersonal skills.
Able to work independently and in cooperation with others.
Strong leadership skills and ability to motivate athletes.
Able to effectively communicate with rowers of all abilities and experience levels.
Compensation and Benefits
This is a salaried at-will full time position. The position offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience and the potential for yearly increases as the program grows.
Stockton Rowing encourages continuing development as a coach and will support educational opportunities presented and approved by the BOD.
Please send resume and cover letter to Janeen Sonnad at email@example.com and have references available upon request.
Posted by: Kim Santella (Stockton, CA - US)
posted January 21, 2019
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