Boathouse Manager/Rowing Coach

Trinity College founded by Henry VIII in 1546 is the largest of the Cambridge colleges. The College has approximately 190 Fellow’s, 350 staff, 700 undergraduate students and 400 post graduate students.  The First and Third Trinity Boat Club typically teaches between 60 and 80 people to learn to row each year- with boats going out training anything between two and five times a week. It is thought that nearly half of the College’s population will try it during their time at Trinity. The Club is an integral part of College life and provides a positive and beneficial focus for students from their studies.

The post holder will provide coaching and support to help all members achieve their individual and competition goals. This includes all students and Alumni, all of differing rowing and coxing ability.  We are looking for an enthusiastic individual with experience of coaching from novice to senior level, who is able to lead and motivate club members and develop a positive, welcoming and encouraging environment. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and be able to engage effectively with club members and College colleagues and will ideally have a rowing qualification.

As well as the coaching aspect of the role the post holder is expected to ensure that the Boathouse and the equipment is maintained to a good and safe standard.  You should therefore have experience of managing and maintaining a boathouse alongside equipment which is compliant with recognised health and safety standards.  A Health and Safety qualification is desirable and a First Aid certificate is essential.  A full UK driving licence is essential and towing entitlement is preferred.

Please click here for further details, an application form and equal opportunities monitoring form.

Please note that if you are shortlisted and invited for interview you will be required to prove eligibility to work in the UK and will be asked to bring original documentation with you. Please see the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act (2006) for further details.

A completed application form with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role should be returned no later than 31 August 2018 to