If you have any positions or equipment you would like listed below, please send to kieran@rowingvictoria.asn.au.


Date Role Description

Head of Rowing

Footscray High School

Footscray High School is a relatively new and contemporary multi-campus secondary school in Melbourne’s vibrant, geographically rich and culturally diverse inner west. Our school is built on collaboration. This is where three campuses, many cultures and infinite personal journeys unite with pride and with purpose. We lift each other up, building on the strength and support of our whole community to achieve greatness.
Our rowing program began in 2021. It took years in the making to develop a sustainable partnership with Footscray City Rowing Club, and the success we have had in our 2 competitive seasons so far is something we are very proud of. 
We are a small program of ~20 students so far and as we continue to grow, there has become a unique opportunity for a Head of Rowing position (due to maternity leave).
The position would suit someone who is wanting to develop their resume and begin coordinating a small program, or someone with experience who wants to move to a smaller program. There is the ability to bring on some of their own staff, that can join our current staff, Or run the program themselves with our staffing as is.
For more information please see the attached position description and email rowing@footscray.vic.edu.au if you have any questions at all.



Casual Rowing Coaches

Loreto Toorak

Loreto Mandeville Hall Toorak is a Catholic Independent Girls’ School and is acknowledged as one of the leading schools in Australia. Our academic, cultural, sporting and pastoral programs are all integral to the holistic education of our students.  

We aim to produce young women who are well educated, well-informed and able to thrive in a fast changing world; young women who have a strong personal interest in actively shaping a positive future for their community, be it local, national or global.  

The role

Loreto Mandeville Hall has a highly regarded and well-established School Rowing program and has enjoyed regular appearances and success at the Head of the Schoolgirls regatta, major State Championships and Australian National Championships. With strong encouragement from school leadership and sound infrastructure, our rowing program is well supported for continued success.

We have opportunities available for enthusiastic and experienced Rowing Coaches to work within our program, with availability to work throughout the week and weekends. You will work closely with the Head of Rowing and relevant Coordinators, to coach, mentor and contribute to the School’s rowing program.

These roles play a critical part in ensuring that the training schedules and guidelines established by the Rowing Leadership Team are delivered in a professional manner whilst role modelling the behaviour and standards expected of Loreto Mandeville Hall’s reputation and ethos.

Further information regarding the responsibilities of the role can be found in the attached position description.

About You

To be considered for a rowing coach position, it is essential that you have:

  • Level 1 or 2 Rowing Coaching Accreditation
  • Previous experience in coaching a rowing team with successful results
  • Exceptional organisational and time management skills
  • Strong communication skills; both written and verbal
  • Displays a high level of self-awareness and the ability to maintain positive relationships
  • A current National Criminal Record Check and VIT or WWCC
  • Preferred Level 2 First Aid Qualification (including Anaphylaxis Accreditation)
  • Boat License preferred

It is expected that Rowing Coaches must attend all training sessions (weekdays, weekends, holidays), Camps, Scheduled Regattas, Professional Development activities organised by the Head of Rowing and Rowing Program functions.   If this sounds like the role for you then don’t hesitate, apply online now via Current Opportunities | Loreto Mandeville Hall (loretotoorak.vic.edu.au)

Please ensure that you provide a cover letter and resume and qualifications/accreditations as part of your application. 

Applications Close Friday 31 May 2024.

Loreto Mandeville Hall Toorak is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the School's Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct. Applicants will be required to undergo police and background checks in accordance with this policy.


9/1/23 Photographer

A new photographic website run by rowers for rowers, Australian Rowing Images website (ARI) , is seeking to contract with photographers to cover major Victorian regattas in 2023. Photographers need to have their own equipment (although may borrow equipment from the proprietor), have an ABN and current working with children check, be robust given it is an outdoors task, and be able to upload their images regularly from the regatta to the cloud for processing by others same day onto the site. A daily rate will be negotiated depending on experience and regatta venue. Regattas to be covered include Victorian Championships, major school events and Australian Henley.

Amateur photographers with a rowing background are encouraged to apply. Although photographers will be acknowledged, copyright in the photos will pass to ARI.

Please contact Andrew Guerin on 0417 554 799 with expressions of interest and for more details.


11/8/22 Rowing Coach

If you enjoy being on the river socialising and coaching adult rowers who are looking to improve their fitness, then this is an ideal position for you.

Work regular weekly shifts from as little as two hours to four and a half hours up to 20 hours per week.

Applicants must attain a Rowing Australia Level 1 Coaching Accreditation and a Rowing Victoria Coxswain Accreditation (both online courses) prior to starting. 

Sessions pay $30 per hour / per crew.
Plus superannuation.

Earn $130 in a morning.

Call Matt Wilson for more information (0419 380 307).




Date Status Description
13/12/23 Space for Hire

Richmond Rowing Club (RRC) is inviting expressions of interest from schools or clubs looking for primary or ancillary boat storage space, for their rowing program. RRC has around half of a bay of racking space available from 01 January 2024. This space is currently configured to store 5 quads and 18 single sculls but flexibility of configuration is available. Length of tenure is also negotiable.

Expressions of interest should be directed to the RRC Boat Captain - Helen Pearce - captain@richmondrowing.com.au