EMPLOYMENT

ERG ED® PROGRAM TRANSPORTATION LEAD

Seattle and Renton ARea

The George Pocock Rowing Foundation is looking for an hourly, part-time, Erg Ed® Program Transportation Lead who is a reliable, organized, responsible team player. 

 

Main responsibilities include: 

  • Transportation of Erg Ed® equipment (rowing machines and teaching resources) for both Seattle Public School and Renton Public School systems 

  • General maintenance of ergs as needed upon pick up and/or drop off at schools

  • Act as an in-school advocate for Erg Ed® and all of the GPRF programs and resources 

  • Represent the Erg Ed® program and the GPRF in a professional and appropriate manner 

  • Responsible for scheduling the GPRF truck through the GPRF scheduling system

  • Plan and execute safe trailer driving routes to each local location/school  

  • Coordinate equipment drop off and pick up times through the Local Erg Ed® Coordinator 

  • Other duties as assigned 

Key competencies: 

 

  • Trailer driving experience preferred but training is available. 

  • Driver’s License 

  • Comfortable driving large vehicles 

  • Clean driving record 

  • Ability to lift a 60lbs Concept2 Rowing machine 

  • Organized and reliable 

  • Able to communicate effectively in interactions with Public School Staff 

 

Hourly position. Approximately 30 – 40 hours per month. Schedule and hours are somewhat flexible and can be agreed upon on a quarterly basis. Pay based on experience.

 

Please send cover letter and resume to 

YOUTH ROWING COACHES

Renton

Renton Rowing Center is seeking a Youth coach to assist with our Middle School, Novice High School, and Experienced High School youth programs. The RRC has a rapidly growing Youth program that requires additional coaches to continue providing access to high quality rowing programs for as many youth athletes as possible. Programs are seasonal, running Fall through Summer every year.

 

Pay rate: $15 - $25/hour, depending on experience.

Coaching hours: 3:30PM - 6:30PM Monday - Friday, with opportunities to work additional hours and special events.

Boathouse location: 1060 Nishiwaki Lane, Renton, WA 98057

 

Coaching responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

- Ensure the safety and security of participants and guests at the Renton Rowing Center.

- Creatively engage with young people to teach life skills they will use in and out of the boat.

- Lead in creation of an inclusive, welcoming environment for a racially and economically diverse team.

- Maintain and run an organized, technically structured, and physiologically sound training program for assigned team and crews.

- Offer constructive feedback to rowers during practice.

- Create a positive learning experience and social environment for youth athletes.

- Communicate with your team, fellow staff and supervisor on a regular basis about items relating to safety, athlete development, facility and equipment use and other pertinent topics.

- Other projects and duties as assigned or approved by a supervisor.

 

Please send cover letter with resume to apply@pocockfoundation.org

RENTON ROWING CENTER
HEAD COACH - YOUTH TEAM

Renton

Renton Rowing Center in Renton, WA is looking for a Head Coach for its youth team

Start date:  ASAP

Pay rate:  $22-$25/hour, depending on experience

Hours: 15-20 hours per week

Boathouse location: 1060 Nishiwaki Lane, Renton, WA 98057

 

Coaching Responsibilities will include:

  • Ensure the safety and security of participants and guests at the Renton Rowing Center.

  • Creatively engage with young people to teach life skills they will use in and out of the boat.

  • Lead in creation of an inclusive, welcoming environment for a racially and economically diverse team.

  • Maintain and run an organized, technically structured, and physiologically sound training program for assigned team and crews.

  • Provide constructive feedback to rowers during practice.

  • Create a positive learning experience and environment for rowers and coxswains.

  • Communicate with your team, fellow staff and supervisor on a regular basis about items relating to safety, athlete development, facility and equipment use and other pertinent topics.

 

The George Pocock Rowing Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.

AMERICORPS COACH

At Designated Youth Rowing Programs

The Up2Us Sports AmeriCorps Coach & Pocock Foundation Fellowship Program is program is funded by the Corporation for National and Community Service, an independent Federal agency based in Washington, DC. The primary objective of this program is for coaches to use rowing as a vehicle to provide youth sport-based experiences that focus on increasing physical activity and nutrition education to combat childhood obesity, as well as address areas of juvenile delinquency and/or educational enhancement. Coaches who serve in AmeriCorps earn the distinction of joining this country’s national service program. This position requires a commitment to one year of service. Applications accepted year-round with start dates available in August and January annually.

 

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