More InformationMaple Bay Rowing Club is seeking an experienced coach to work with our Masters program and to help develop our overall coaching strategy.
The Masters program is an active, vibrant group of adults who row for fun, for fitness, for friendship and for competition. Skill levels vary from beginner to 35 years of high level rowing. Member commitment to the club is high, with many volunteer hours spent ensuring the club runs smoothly.
Our new coach will be committed to meeting the diverse needs of the adult rowers. Our new coach will have the technical skills to help each individual improve - whether they are new to the sport or have decades of experience under their belts. Our new coach will embrace working with an engaged and diverse group of adults. Our new coach will have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to lead this strong group of adults.
We are restructuring our offerings to our members once our new coach is hired. You will be an integral part of designing a program that is both supportive of the rowers and is financially sustainable for the club. You will have the ability to increase your work hours through innovative, sustainable, financially intelligent program development including mentorship and development of junior coaching staff.
Our bottom line goal is that each rower is met where they are and their goals are considered. A new rower transitioning to full time rowing is as important to our club as a seasoned competitor.
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Wage: competitive based on qualifications with the ability to increase based on professional development and service to the club
Hours: currently up to 15 hours per week through the summer with the opportunity to increase based on sustainable programming and private coaching
Basic First Aid
Pleasure Craft Operators Certificate
Completion of the RCA Learn to Row Instructor and RCA Coach Certification or In Training status
Small Vessel Operator’s Proficiency certification an asset
Criminal Record Check
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