STAGING Olympic Transition Coach - U19-U23 - British Rowing

Olympic Transition Coach – U19-U23

We are looking for a coach with a proven track record and high level of credibility within the U19 Pathway.

The Role

The GB Rowing Team’s aim is to create an Olympic pathway that is open, accessible, and clear, so that any individual who has the potential to row for Great Britain can achieve their ambitions. The post-holder will play a key role within that Pathway, working with the Deputy Director of Olympic Pathways to identify and support those with senior team potential. This post will have a particular focus on supporting those involved with the GB U19 teams, providing strategic oversight of the U19 programme, and supporting rowers with senior potential who are considering studying/rowing at a US University. This will include supporting them as they go through the recruitment process, maintaining contact through the academic year, and supporting them to make the steps from U19 into the U23 programme and beyond.

About you

We are looking for a coach with a proven track record and high level of credibility within the U19 Pathway. You will have the skills and experience to work with a wide range of people, to provide strategic oversight of the GB U19 programme and support and guide the Olympic athletes of the future through the key stages of their development.

You can find the full Job Description & Person Specification here.

Our Offer

The position of Olympic Transition Coach U19-U23 is a full-time paid role. It offers the opportunity to join our team at an exciting time for the Olympic Pathway, as we embark on delivering a bold and ambitious new strategy to identify and develop our Olympic Rowers of the future.


To apply please download and complete the application form and send alongside a CV to our HR Manager at

Applications will close at 09:00 on Friday, 3 March.

Interviews will take place either at the British Rowing National Training Centre in Caversham or British Rowing’s HQ in Hammersmith. Interviews are scheduled to take place weeks commencing March 6th and 13th.

If you are interested in discussing this role further please contact Peter Sheppard ( our Deputy Director of Olympic Pathways.

Application Dates: From Monday 13th February 2023 to Friday 3rd March 2023