Posted: 22 March 2023

In July 2022, UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) confirmed that Scottish Rowing had evidenced all of the requirements of the Assurance Framework, becoming one of the first governing bodies in Scotland to be compliant with the new UK National Anti-Doping Policy.

Scottish Rowing is now seeking three individuals to join a new Anti-Doping Advisory Group to ensure that the sport in Scotland continues to meet its obligations in respect of Clean Sport.

  • Athlete representative (current or former athlete – experience of anti-doping testing would be advantageous)
  • Coach representative (experience of coaching athletes at different stages of the pathway)
  • Club representative (experience of club committees and club governance)


The Scottish Rowing Anti-Doping Advisory Group will meet up to four times each year (meetings may be held virtually or in-person) and will be responsible for:

  • Reviewing and updating Scottish Rowing’s Clean Sport Implementation Plan
  • Identifying target groups and overseeing the delivery of annual Clean Sport education for the Scottish Rowing community
  • Ensuring that Scottish Rowing continues to meet the ongoing requirements of the UKAD Assurance Framework
  • Proposing any changes to Scottish Rowing’s Clean Sport Strategy

Expressions of interest for these roles should be made via email to Carol Ann Ellis, Scottish Rowing Administrator ( to be received by Wednesday 19 April 2023.

Please include details in your email of which role you are applying for, any relevant experience and why you are interested in this opportunity.

If you would like more information on these opportunities and/or the role of the Scottish Rowing Anti-Doping Advisory Group please contact either Lee Boucher, Scottish Rowing Clean Sport lead officer ( or John Gill, Scottish Rowing Clean Sport Board lead (

Please note that these are volunteer roles however reasonable expenses may be reimbursed in line with Scottish Rowing’s Expenses Policy.

For more information on Clean Sport please click here.