Select Page


If you wish to advertise in the classifieds ‘Jobs’ section please contact [email protected]

State Development & Pathway Officer (SDPO)
Fixed Term Contract (3 years + 2 x 2-year options)

The primary purpose of the State Development & Pathway Officer (SDPO) role is to oversee the growth and development of rowing in Tasmania.

The position will design/refine and implement club, school, coach, and athlete development initiatives to improve the recruitment and retention pathways for each of these stakeholder groups.

The position requires a highly motivated and energetic individual with proven sports development experience and strong communication skills, relationship building, and organisational skills. The ability to forge a close working relationship with Rowing Tasmania’s affiliated bodies, staff, volunteers, and other key stakeholders will be essential to the successful achievement of this position’s objectives.

Download Job Description

Applications close on 15 August 2022 at 5pm AEST

1st VIII Rowing Coach/Senior Squad Leader
Part-time, Fixed-term (2 years)
Commencing July 2022

The Geelong College is seeking to appoint an experienced and motivated 1st VIII Coach (Boys)/ Senior Rowing Squad Leader, to actively support the values of The Geelong College in developing and mentoring students to reach their potential as athletes and young people.

Selection Criteria:
• Elite Coaching and/or competition experience
• Level 2 Australian Rowing Coach Accreditation
• Level 2 First Aid and asthma and anaphylaxis qualification or ability to obtain
• Current Boat Licence or ability to obtain
• Holder of a current Working with Children Check (WWCC), or ability to obtain
• Computer skills for communication, reporting and data analysis
• Previous experience working specifically with children and/or adolescents
• Integrity, responsibility and respect for others
• Ability to interact with students and other members of staff
• Light rigid licence (desirable)
• Previous experience working in a school environment (desirable)

To apply, please submit your application online along with your resume via the link below. Please address your application to the Director of Rowing, Mr Aron Tremul, The Geelong College.

Applications received until Monday 18 July 2022

Download Job Description
Find job on The Geelong College website:

Loretto College – Rowing Head Coach / Rowing Coordinator

The aim of the Rowing Program at Loreto is to ensure that all girls enjoy and develop a love of rowing whilst developing the skills required for participation and competition in the sport. Rowing requires all members to work collaboratively as well as demonstrate a high level of individual perseverance. Our Rowing Program is focussed on building girls’ confidence, resilience, and determination and as a result is strongly tied to the College Social, Emotional and Academic Development Program.

Two exciting role opportunities are now available at Loreto to lead our Rowing Program:

Rowing Head Coach
Download Position Description
Find job on Seek:

Rowing Coordinators
Download Position Description
Find job on Seek:

Visit the careers section on the Loretto College website:

Applications for both positions close: 22 July, 9AM

Media and Communications Manager – Rowing Australia

  • Great career opportunity to work in a high-performing Olympic & Paralympic Sport
  • Energetic, innovative and collaborative environment
  • Canberra or Sydney/Penrith based, with travel required.
  • This is a full-time role

Rowing Australia (RA) is an organisation that nurtures and develops talent, giving opportunities to those who are in search of excellence. Like the rowers we support to be the best in the world — we are always seeking to be the best we can be. We are here to protect, grow and innovate rowing so it continues to engage with all types of athletes, schools, coaches and supporters.

RA is the national governing body for the sport and is responsible for the performance of the Australian Rowing Team. The Australian Rowing Team are high performing on the global stage, having won two Olympic Gold Medals, one Paralympic Silver Medal and two Olympic Bronze Medals at the Tokyo Games, as well as all crews finishing in the top ten crews at both Games.

Rowing is a sport for life, accessible to people of all ages, genders, fitness and skill levels, and currently enjoyed by over 60,000 participants and 25,000 active members ranging from young rowers at school through to those at universities and in the wider community right through to masters rowing. As well as across different rowing disciplines, including coastal and indoor rowing. RA member associations operate in seven states with over 420 schools and clubs offering rowing programs.

To find out more about Rowing Australia, visit their website –

The role will work in partnership with the Chief Commercial Officer and the rest of the marketing team in developing and executing innovative and creative marketing activities across digital platforms. This busy, hands on role will drive awareness of the Australian Rowing Team, across Australia over multiple platforms. This also includes coverage of international events throughout the rowing calendar for the senior and pathway teams.

You are a skilled communicator with experience in the use of multiple platforms for maximum exposure. You can build rapport with people easily and thrive on dynamic, fast paced environments. A key focus of this role is the planning, development and managing Rowing Australia’s annual communications plan across the website, EDMs and social media platforms, as well as opportunities for third party promotion. Ensuring the right messages are delivered to the right stakeholders at the right time.

To be successful in this role, you will have the following skills and experience;

  • Tertiary in Communications or similar
  • A minimum of five years-experience in a media or communications role, preferably in performance sport
  • Knowledge of the Australian media landscape, both state and nationally and understand how to deliver media announcements
  • High-level planning, organisation and delivery of internal and external communications across all digital channels (including Instagram, Facebook etc.)
  • Experienced in the use of multiple platforms for maximum exposure
  • Dynamic – loves to multitask, be agile and work to tight deadlines
  • Ability to work quickly and accurately, often under deadline pressure.

View the position description


To have a confidential discussion contact Emily McOrist at Rowing Australia on 0435 190409.

When submitting your application please include the following;

  • A covering letter
  • Your resume 

Applications close on 14 June 2022 at 5pm AEST

Bont Rowing – Sales and Marketing Assistant

Bont Rowing is seeking a driven, career-focussed individual who is looking to commence or accelerate their marketing career. The successful candidate will take on a full-time position as Sales and Marketing Assistant reporting to the Marketing Manager and Director.

View the Position Description and details

Applications close 30 June

Loreto Kirribilli – Junior and Senior Coaches

Loreto Kirribilli is seeking to appoint qualified, capable and enthusiastic junior and senior coaches with excellent communication skills to join our team of Rowing Coaches, in a casual capacity.

To view the role description and to apply for the role please visit the Loreto Kirribilli website: or phone 9957 4722.

Applications close 30 June 2022