Rowing Australia Ltd is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) for key positions in its national high performance system.
The national high performance system incorporates the National Rowing Centre of Excellence (NRCE) and the network of State Institute and Academy of Sport Rowing Programs.
The NRCE is a joint venture between Rowing Australia (RA) and the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS). It incorporates RA’s High Performance Program and the AIS Scholarship and National Camps Programs. The primary objective of the NRCE is to achieve sustainable medal winning performances by Australia at Olympic and Paralympic Games consistent with the Rowing Australia High Performance Plan. The NRCE is managed by a Joint Management Committee (JMC) of RA and AIS personnel and is located at the AIS Rowing Facility in Canberra.
The seeking of EOI’s is part of new quadrennial process whereby key positions in the Australian high performance rowing network are declared open to expressions of interest prior to each summer Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The EOI process is a means of determining market interest in positions. It will be used as part of a process of making informed retention and recruitment decisions for key positions immediately after the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games. It may also be relied upon as the sole means of advertising for the recruitment of those positions.
If you wish to be considered for a key role within this exciting and dynamic high performance rowing environment, your expression of interest should provide specific reference to the position or range of positions that you wish to be considered for. You may express interest in one or several position/s in the same letter.
Positions for consideration include:
National Rowing Centre of Excellence
1. Head National/AIS Coach – Men; position description (pdf, 98kb)
2. Head National/AIS Coach – Women; position description (pdf, 115kb)
3. Senior AIS Coach – Men; position description (pdf, 111kb)
4. Senior AIS Coach – Women; position description (pdf, 111kb)
5. Senior AIS/National Coach – Paralympic; position description (pdf, 479kb)
6. Assistant AIS/National Coach – Paralympic; position description (pdf, 479kb)
High Performance Network Rowing Programs
1. Rowing Coach – Tasmanian Institute of Sport; position description (pdf, 279kb)
2. Rowing Head Coach – New South Wales Institute of Sport
3. Other positions in State Institute and Academy of Sport rowing programs may become available during the EOI process
Expressions of interest in the form of a resume and a one page cover letter must be lodged with firstname.lastname@example.org by 5.00pm Australian EST on Monday 3 September, 2012. Your EOI will be assessed against the selection criteria stated in each job description. If you wish to provide additional information that you believe will assist in that assessment you are welcome to do so. All expressions of interest that are received will be acknowledged.
All enquiries about the positions and the EOI process should be directed to:
Andrew Dee – RA Chief Executive Officer, by email: email@example.com or Ph: +61 417 687 418
Colin Smith – RA President, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Ph: +61 411 850 133
Please note that both Colin and Andrew will be attending the Samsung World Cup Regatta in Lucerne if prospective candidates wish to discuss any of these opportunities in person.