British Canoeing Regional Development Team Vacancies
Hours: 6 days per year (approx.)
British Canoeing is the United Kingdom's Governing Body for the sport and recreation of canoeing and kayaking.
Across England there are 10 volunteer led Regional Development Teams (RDTs), whose purpose is to involve itself in all matters relating to the development of the sport and recreation of Paddlesport within their regions.
Each RDT is made up of four elected posts; Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and Treasurer and a number of technical roles including Regional Coaching Representatives (RCR) to Regional Waterways Advisors (RWA). A full list of roles and summary role descriptions can be found here.
Being part of your local RDT is a great way of supporting clubs, centres and paddlers in your region and to influence the direction of British Canoeing.
The following teams looking for enthusiastic people to fill positions:
North Eastern Regional Development Team:
Vice Chair and Regional Waterways Advisor.
North West Regional Development Team:
Regional Paddle-Ability Representative and a Regional Safety Advisor.
Cumbria Regional Development Team:
Regional Waterways Advisor, Regional Safety Advisor and Regional Paddle-Ability Representative
Yorkshire & Humberside Regional Development Team
Secretary and Regional Waterways Advisor
East Midland Regional Development Team
Chair, Secretary, Regional Safety Advisor, Regional Communications Officer and Regional Events Coordinator.
Eastern Regional Development Team:
Chair and Vice Chair.
South Regional Development Team:
Vice Chair, Treasurer, Regional Communications Officer.
South West Regional Development Team:
Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Regional Paddle-Ability Representative and a general call out for people to support the work of the region.
In addition, the English Coaching Management team are also are seeking applicants for a Regional Coaching Representative in the Channel Islands.
For an informal chat please contact:
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For a general expression of interest form please click here.
These posts are covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, British Canoeing is only permitted to ask an individual information about ‘unspent’ cautions and convictions. This will be carried out through completion of a DBS Basic Check.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of everyone taking part in our sport, including children and young people, and expect the same commitment from all staff and volunteers.
British Canoeing is an equal opportunity employer.