JOB OPPORTUNITIES

 

Great Bay Rowing is Hiring for Paid Positions

Book Keeper:

Part Time Bookkeeper.  This is a paid position that will report directly to the Treasurer and President of the Board of Directors.  Responsibilities include: Banking, Reconciling Accounts, Payables, Checking the POBox and dealing with incoming mail, Maintaining a Gmail account and responding timely to issues, Insurance Coverage Administration, Financial Reporting and Budgeting, Annual Taxes  and any other associated tasks that come up as needed.  This position is approximately 8-10 hours per month (1-2) hours per week depending on the season and is a work from home position.  Compensation Commensurate with experience.  Working knowledge of Quickbooks is a requirement for this position.

Please email gbrtreasurer@gmail.com for more information.

Coaches Wanted:

  • Junior Coaches for Spring Season, afternoons and regattas on weekends
  • Adult Coaches for Mornings and Evenings
  • Summer Camps and Programs

Must have a rowing background, experience working/coaching rowing, willingness to complete the NH Commercial Boating License (paid for by GBR), have a valid CPR certification, complete the Safe Sport Certification and pass a background check.

Most programs are held in our Dover Boathouse.  Summer Camps are in both Durham and Dover.

Please indicate what times and days you are available and what level rowers you have an interest in coaching.

For more information, please contact Andrew.Voorhees92@gmail.com

Coxswain 

 

M/W/F mornings 5:15am-7:15am along with possible weekend Regattas for the Adult Masters. Practices are at the Dover boathouse located at 31 River Street (Regatta locations TBD).  This is a paid position.  Training available but a rowing background is helpful.

A coxswain must be positive, a good motivator and encouraging.  The cox is in charge of the shell, steering, and crew safety.  At the start of an outing the cox must be able to take the crew through a technical and physical warm-up so that the coach is presented with a crew which is able to start the training program and has recapped any points that the coach has been emphasizing in previous outings. It is essential that the coach and the cox work in good harmony and show respect to each other all the time.

Contact Andrew Voorhees, Rowing Director, for details.  andrew.voorhees92@gmail.com