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CURRENT JOB OPENINGS

As of September 17, 2021

 

Youth Team Coaches

We are looking for several coaches for our youth program. 

Start date:  Sept 13th, 2021
Pay rate:  $18 - $20/hour, depending on experience
Coaching hours: afternoons up to 10 hours per week
Boathouse location: 3320 Fuhrman Ave E. Seattle, WA 98102

Job Description: Assistant Coach, Youth Programs
Professional

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

  • Abide by policies laid out in the PRC Safety Manual, Coaching Manual, Employee Guide and Member Handbook.

  • Attend team practices and regattas as agreed upon with supervisor.

  • Attend mandatory scheduled staff meetings.

  • Support and promote all PRC/GPRF policies, procedures and activities.

  • 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. 

  • Support activities, events and initiatives of the Pocock Rowing Center, including and team-specific PRC-sponsored events.

Instructional

  • Provide high quality teaching in the technical, physiological, and mental aspects of athletic performance in the sport of rowing. 

  • Provide constructive feedback to rowers during practice. 

  • Motivate rowers in a positive environment.

  • Maintain discipline with regard to PRC policies as well as team-centric standards. 

Environmental

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

  • Cultivate and contribute to a positive, welcoming boathouse culture and community.

  • Promote teamwork.

  • Build trust with athletes in order to further their development in the sport.

  • Advance program growth and ensure athlete retention. 

  • Build effective relationships within the PRC community to further the 1PRC Boathouse. 

Specific to  Assistant Coach, Youth Programs

  • Develop athletes and coach crews at the direction of the Head Coach.

  • Function as a resource for the athletes, complementary to the Head Coach. 

  • Execute practice plans as decided upon by the Head Coach.

  • Support the Head Coach’s initiatives, creation of team culture and performance.

  • Support the Head Coach’s administrative tasks, such as roster management, tracking of attendance and athletic results. 

  • Take responsibility for selecting and preparing assigned boats for competition at the direction of the Head Coach.

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. 

To apply for an open position, please send a resume and cover letter
to apply@pocockfoundation.org. 

 

UP2US SPORTS - COACH ACROSS AMERICA

Through a partnership with Up2Us Sports, we have the following position

Up2Us Land Coach at PRC: a non-rowing centric position for a coach to teach our junior athletes a new sport or general fitness training.

 

Professional

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

  • Abide by policies laid out in the PRC Safety Manual, Coaching Manual, Employee Guide and Member Handbook.

  • Attend team practices and regattas as specified.

  • Attend mandatory scheduled staff meetings.

  • Support and promote all PRC/GPRF policies, procedures and activities.

  • 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. 

  • Support activities, events and initiatives of the Pocock Rowing Center, including PRC-sponsored events.

 

Instructional

  • Provide high-quality teaching in the technical, physiological, and mental aspects of athletic performance in cardio, strength or agility training.

  • Provide constructive feedback to athletes during practice.

  • Motivate athletes in a positive environment.

  • Maintain discipline with regard to PRC policies as well as team-centric standards. 


Environmental

  • Create a positive learning experience and environment for athletes.

  • Bring a fun creative energy.

  • Cultivate and contribute to a positive, welcoming culture and community.

  • Promote teamwork.

  • Build trust with athletes in order to further their development in sports.

  • Advance program growth and ensure athlete retention. 

  • Build effective relationships within the PRC community. 

 

Specific Role: Assistant Coach, Youth / Adult Programs

  • Develop and coach athletes at the direction of the Head Coach.

  • Function as a resource for the athletes, complementary to the Head Coach. 

  • Execute practice plans as decided upon by the Head Coach.

  • Support the Head Coach’s initiatives, creation of team culture and performance.

  • Support the Head Coach’s administrative tasks, such as tracking of attendance and athletic results.

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. 

To apply for an open position, please send a resume and cover letter
to hr@pocockfoundation.org.