Rowing Coordinator

Ongoing position
.3 FTE, (Flexible hours, averaged over the year to approx. 12 hours per week)

Commencing as soon as possible

St Mary’s College is seeking a skilled and inspiring Rowing Coordinator to lead, mentor, and guide our talented team of rowers.

St Mary’s College is a K-12 Catholic school for Girls. We are committed to fostering a culture of teamwork, discipline, and personal growth. Our rowing program has a rich history of success and in recent years has produced several state and national representatives.

About the position

The Rowing Coordinator is responsible for the organisation and facilitation of the St Mary’s College rowing program.  The role entails coordinating student rowers and rowing related activities as well as the administration of all aspects of the rowing program in order to maximise the contribution of the sport of rowing to the quality and holistic Catholic educational experience provided by St Mary’s College

About You

You are dedicated, passionate and possess the following:

  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, with a demonstrated ability to engage with a wide variety of stakeholders.  
  • Ability to create a positive culture within the sport of rowing which reflects the values of the College.
  • Demonstrated ability to motivate students of differing levels of ability across various age groups.  
  • Proven experience in managing and developing a team of coaches.  
  • Experience in proactively managing workplace health and safety to ensure safety of students, coaches, teachers, parents and other stakeholders.  

Applications close: Wednesday May 1 at 12.00pm

How to apply

More information and the position description can be found in the Application Package below.  Please apply via the online form, also below.

For further enquiries please contact the Principal, Damian Messer [email protected]


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St Mary's College is located on the traditional lands of the muwinina people of the South East Nation. We acknowledge and deeply respect the palawa people, the Tasmanian Aboriginal Community, and all Elders past and present. We are committed to learning alongside our students and community in this place, nipaluna, and support the continued sharing of knowledge and culture.