Caroline Searle or Miranda Edwards in the Henley Royal Regatta press office:
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Henley Royal Regatta is seeking volunteers to assist with the production of material in support of its press office function. This opportunity might suit students who have a particular skill or passion for sports journalism, photography or video production.
Suitable candidates would receive support from the press office in fulfilling their role and would enjoy this work experience opportunity at one of the UK's iconic sporting and social events.
For further information contact please send an application and CV by April 30 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Henley Royal Regatta attracts over 300,000 spectators each year and is one of the most prestigious sporting and social occasions in the world. We recruit a number of temporary staff each year in a wide variety of roles to help stage the Regatta.
Download the HRR Temporary Staff Application Form to apply for work during the 2014 Regatta.
Please note that this application needs to be printed and posted to the address shown on the form.
We are now only seeking applicants over 18 years of age.
Henley Royal Regatta attracts over 300,000 spectators each year and is one of the most prestigious sporting and social occasions in the world.
A summer placement is available to a student to work in the Event Organiser's Office for six weeks prior to, and during, this year’s Regatta, 2nd to 6th July 2014.
The successful candidate will be actively involved in the final stages of organising this high profile event thus gaining valuable practical work experience. The role is likely to include day to day management of the site construction, contractors and utilities.
Candidates must have excellent organisational and communication skills and the ability to interface at all levels within the organisation as well as with contractors, the general public and other third parties. Strong literacy and numeracy skills are essential and candidates should be computer literate.
Although this is a placement position, Henley Royal Regatta will make a contribution towards subsistence and travel for the right candidate, as well as paying for local accommodation if required.
Send written applications together with a CV by 28th March 2014 to:
The Secretary, Henley Royal Regatta
Regatta Headquarters, Henley-on-Thames
Oxfordshire, RG9 2LY
The Committee of Management has become increasingly aware of the trend for university and college students to train with their student clubs and to compete in student events during the academic year but then to transfer to a club in order to row in one of the three club events at the Regatta - The Thames, The Wyfold or The Britannia Challenge Cups.
The Committee has considered this trend and has determined that it is detrimental to the spirit and intentions of the three club events. If a student chooses to compete exclusively for a club throughout the year then he is an entirely appropriate member of his club’s crew for the Regatta. If, however, a student has trained and raced for his university or college at a high level in competitive events during the year then his appearance in a club crew will be deemed to be inappropriate. Clubs are reminded of General Rule 3:-
"The Committee shall have the power, at any time, to notify a club that an entry will not be accepted in certain events if the Committee considers such an entry to be inappropriate."
Should a club have any doubts as to the suitability of one or more potential crew members for The Thames, The Wyfold or The Britannia Challenge Cups then the Captain or Coach should contact George Hammond, the Steward in charge of entries, at the earliest possible date.
11th December, 2013
For further information contact: D. G. M. Grist,
The Secretary, Henley Royal Regatta,
Regatta Headquarters, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire RG9 2LY