- Kristin School Head Coach - Auckland
- Women's Endurance Track Coach - Cambridge
- BikeNZ/BRT U19 National Women’s Road Cycling Coach – North Island
Kristin School Head Cycling Coach Vacancy
Kristin School are seeking a highly qualified Head Cycling Coach to run the cycling program at Kristin in 2014.
The successful applicant will have an in depth knowledge of cycling training methods including the technical and tactical aspects of the sport.
Remuneration is negotiable depending on qualifications and experience.
Please forward a cover letter and you C.V. to Graeme McKinnon Sports Manager - email@example.com
Women's Endurance Track Coach - Cambridge
This is an exciting opportunity for a top flight High Performance coach to work with BikeNZ, considered one of the world’s best high performance track programmes.
This is a key role which will play a significant part in achieving the BikeNZ mission for medals at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and 2016 Olympic Games.
This role is responsible for coaching and leading the Women’s Endurance Track Programme for BikeNZ; for identifying and driving new opportunities for performance improvement; and leading a team of specialist providers in the provision of medal winning performances on the world stage.
The successful candidate will have at least eight years’ experience working within high performance cycling. They will have to be able to demonstrate their world class coaching capability, their ability to research, analyse, interpret and implement strategies to enhance performance, as well as their strong leadership skills.
It goes without saying that they will have a thorough understanding of the needs of elite athletes, and knowledge of various sports science and sports medicine disciplines to ensure a team performance outcome.
For a copy of the job description or to apply, please contact Hughie Castle Hughie.Castle@bikenz.org.nz
Applications close 8 February 2014.
BikeNZ/BRT U19 National Women’s Road Cycling Coach – North Island
BikeNZ and Bike Road and Track are looking for one voluntary U19 National women’s road cycling based in the North Island.
If you are interested in applying for this position please submit your coaching CV and cover letter to Amy Taylor by 30 January, 2014. In your cover letter please outline your relevant skills and experience, in relation to the job description below and highlight which coaching role you are applying for.
Length of the appointment: February – September 2014