Canterbury Rowing Club prides itself on its culture and offers great rowing at all levels. We have a great squad of about 15 masters, including novice and experienced rowers. We train out of our shed at Kerrs Reach (Avonside, Christchurch) where we have a good variety of boats and ergs.
Our masters train in blocks, with the third and final block for 2022 being 29 August to 18 December. The weekly training consists of two water sessions, one erg and one weights session per week. The squad attends several regattas throughout the South Island.
CRC offers more than just rowing, we have a solid social calendar that ensures everyone has a great time off the water as well. CRC is a club for the rowers, run by the rowers. We train hard, race hard and have an awesome time with the squad while we do it.
Our masters squad has grown over the last few years and built from a short six week programme to year round rowing opportunities. It’s an exciting time for Canterbury Rowing Club – let us know if you’re keen to get on board!
For more information about CRC, please get in touch or visit: https://www.canterburyrowingclub.org.nz/
We are looking for an enthusiastic coach to lead our masters programme. This will the remainder of 2022 and ideally continuing onwards in 2023. You’ll share your passion and knowledge of the sport to help our rowers reach their full potential. Great teamwork, commitment, leadership, organisation and communication skills are must-haves for this role.
You will be required to attend training sessions, regattas and a local training camp.
This position will be paid. The level of payment will depend on experience and funding. We are happy to discuss this in more detail.
Hours can be negotiated, however an approximate requirement is 5 hours per week plus regattas.
Please send your application by email to: email@example.com