NCS HEAD COACH JOB DESCRIPTION
The NCS Head Crew Coach is responsible for all aspects of leading, coaching, teaching, developing, mentoring, supporting, and inspiring the student-athletes under his or her supervision, as well as supervising the NCS crew coaching staff. The head coach must have strong technical rowing and equipment skills. The head coach reports to the CCCRC Board while working cooperatively with NCS personnel and the St. Albans (STA) coaching staff.
The NCS crew team consists of approximately 35-40 high school girls who participate in winter conditioning and compete in the spring. The spring roster is finalized at the end of winter training through a coach-run selection process. Winter conditioning occurs Monday-Friday from 3:45 pm-5:45 pm with occasional Saturdays. During the spring season, the team utilizes Thompson Boat Center (TBC) for practices Monday-Friday from 3:45 pm-5:45 pm and Saturday mornings. CCCRC also organizes a one-week training trip during the schools’ spring break. The team competes in 5-7 regattas during the spring season, culminating in the Washington Metropolitan Independent Rowing Association (WMIRA) League Championships, the Stotesbury Cup Regatta, and SRAA National Championship (the 1V8+ only).
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Competitive salary range commensurate with experience.
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and the contact information for 3 references to Robin Moore, CCCRC board member, at email@example.com.
Review of applications will begin immediately.
The CCCRC is an independent rowing club for NCS and STA high schools. With approximately 75 athletes split roughly evenly between boys and girls, CCCRC is one of the most competitive rowing programs in the District/Maryland/Virginia area. CCCRC has a long tradition of success with alumni going on to row in top collegiate programs. Rowing out of TBC on the Potomac river in the Georgetown section of Washington DC, the Club also enjoys the use NCS’s state-of-the-art training facilities, dedicated and talented student-athletes, and an engaged and supportive parent organization that contributes both financially and with their time to provide CCCRC with every opportunity to succeed on a national level. (https://www.ncsstacrew.org/home)
NCS serves 595 students in grades 4 through 12. Faculty and staff are curious intellectually, flexible, and collaborative, and they view education as an exciting vocation. Our students are engaged, fun, and kind, and they love to be challenged and viewed as confident individuals. As an Episcopal school, NCS welcomes people of all backgrounds and faiths while maintaining a close identity with Washington National Cathedral’s commitment to be a house of prayer for all people. (https://ncs.cathedral.org)
CCCRC NCS Achievements
2021: WMIRA Gold 3v, WMIRA Silver 2v & Freshman 8+, WMIRA Bronze 1v
2019: Stotesbury Gold Freshman 8+, WMIRA Gold Freshman 8+, WMIRA Bronze 2v
2018: Stotesbury Gold 1v, 2v, WMIRA Gold Freshman 8+
2017: Stotesbury Gold 1v, 2v, VASRA Gold 1v, 2v, 3v
2016: Stotesbury Gold 1v, 2v, VASRA Gold 1v, 2v, 3v
2015: Stotesbury Gold Freshman 8+, VASRA Gold 1v, Freshman 8+
2014: Stotesbury Silver 1v, VASRA Bronze 1v
2013: Stotesbury Silver 1v, VASRA Silver 1v, 2v
2012: Stotesbury Silver 1v, VASRA Gold 1v
2011 VASRA Gold 1v
2010 Stotesbury Bronze 2v
2009 VASRA Gold 1v
2001 Stotesbury Bronze 1V, SRAA Bronze 1V
2000 NCASRA Gold 1v, Gold 2v, Gold Freshmen
1999 NCASRA Gold 1v, Gold 2v
1998 NCASRA Gold Freshmen, Stotesbury Gold Freshmen
1997 NCASRA Gold Freshmen. Stotesbury Gold Freshmen
1995 Stotesbury Gold Junior 8