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January 23, 2015

McDaniel College – Graduate Assistant Coach, Men’s and Women’s Tennis
    
McDaniel College, a private, Liberal Arts College located 30 miles northwest of Baltimore and 55 miles north of Washington, seeks applicants for Graduate Assistant Coach for Men’s and Women’s Tennis.  Reporting to the Head Coach for Men’s and Women’s Tennis is responsible for assisting in all program areas - practice and match preparation, recruiting, and program administration. Successful coaching and/or teaching experience is required. Experience at the intercollegiate level as a coach, player and/or administrator is preferred.    
    
Stipend and graduate tuition benefits provided.

For more information about McDaniel College, please visit our website at www.mcdaniel.edu or our Department of Athletics website at http://www.mcdanielathletics.com

Please send a letter of application addressing position requirements, resume and names and contact information of three professional references using the following link:
                                    http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/jobs/
  For additional information contact:
            Paul Moyer
            McDaniel College
            Director of Athletics
            2 College Hill
            Westminster, MD 21157-4390
            410-857-2580
        
Review begins February 1, 2015 and continues until the position is filled.

McDaniel College is an AA/EOE institution and welcomes applications from diverse candidates and candidates who support diversity.

January 21, 2015

2015 Fellowship in Professional Coaching - USTAPD

USTA Player Development (USTAPD) is pleased to announce an opportunity for recent college graduates to focus on professional development through a Fellowship in Professional Coaching. USTAPD will select two fellows who will train to be among the next generation of leaders in tennis coaching and related fields through an integrative approach that focuses on the philosophy and framework of high performance coaching. The Fellowship builds on Player Development’s strength and experience to educate a new generation of Tennis Professionals.

The Fellowship is structured to provide significant experiential training and opportunity for independent research in the field of professional tennis coaching not typically available to someone at the entry level. Fellows will become fully immersed in Player Development through weekly gatherings with PD staff and coaches and through the examination of issues currently affecting American Tennis.

This stipend-based program is for an eleven week duration (June 2015 – September 2015) and does not lead to a full-time position with USTAPD. For more information please see the attached document. Applications for the Fellowship will be accepted through the USTA website with a deadline of March 14, 2015. The link is provided below.

USTA PLAYER DEVELOPMENT FELLOWSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL COACHING – TO APPLY CLICK HERE: http://www.usta.com/About-USTA/Organization/Job-Listings/internships/?intloc=footer

PDF Copy with more information
January 20, 2015

Oberlin College - Assistant Coach of Tennis

The Oberlin College Department of Athletics and Physical Education invites applications for the position of Assistant Coach of Tennis. This is a part-time, Administrative and Professional Staff position, reporting to the Director of Athletics and Physical Education and working with the Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coaches.  This position will share time evenly between the two programs.  The main duties for this position are on court coaching and player development.  

Responsibilities:  This position will be responsible for assisting the Men’s and Women’s Tennis teams in all aspects of coaching.  Specific responsibilities, include, but are not limited to: (1) assist in coaching student-athletes; (2) assist with the development of team strategy and analyze performance of student athletes; (3) assist in planning and coordinating match and practice schedules;  (4) assist in fundraising activities to subsidize the program (may assist in marketing and public relations activities to promote the program); (5) scouting and recruiting; (6) counseling and advising; (7) conditioning; and (8) perform related duties as assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelor's degree required, two years coaching and/or relevant competitive experience; good administrative skills and excellent written and oral communication skills; basic familiarity, appreciation and empathy with the role of intercollegiate athletics and its relationship to the College, and the capacity to articulate that role and interact comfortably with those individuals and constituency groups (student-athletes, alumni, coaches, parents, etc.) crucial to the advancement of athletics at Oberlin; high motivation with a capacity for independent work within the context of an intensely goal-oriented environment.

Compensation:  Salary range of  $3,000-4,000.  Additional income from teaching lessons, clinics, and stringing can be earned.

To Apply:  Submit letter of application, résumé, and three references with current contact information by January 25, 2015 to: Eric Ishida, Head Men’s Coach, Oberlin College, Jesse Philips Physical Education Center, 200 Woodland Street, Oberlin, Ohio 44074 or submit your materials electronically to eishida@oberlin.edu.  A review of application material will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Start date February 1st.

Oberlin College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating an institutional environment free from discrimination and harassment based on race, color, sex, marital status, religion, creed, national origin, disability, age, military or veteran status, sexual orientation, family relationship to an employee of Oberlin College, and gender identity and expression.

APS15-229   /  January 15, 2015

January 12, 2015

Holy Names University - Volunteer Coach for Men's & Women's Tennis

Accepting applications for a coach looking to gain experience and help contribute to a top tier Division II program.  Main responsibilities include attending daily (or occasional) practice and hitting sessions, on-court coaching during matches driving to team matches and other potential duties around the office.  The position will start as soon possible and run until the season is over in late April.  This position will provide exposure to all aspects of being a college coach and could be a great stepping stone into a full-time position in college tennis.

 
If interested, please contact:
Scott Howard
Head Men's & Women's Tennis Coach
Holy Names University
650-281-3680
howard@hnu.edu
hnuhawks.com

January 8, 2015

Trails End Camp- Summer Tennis Camp Counselors Needed
 
Where: Trails End Camp in Northeastern Pennsylvania– please visit http://www.trailsendcamp.com/work-at-camp/ for more information.
 
When:  June 21 to August 16
 
Brief description:  Trails End is located in the Pocono Mountains in Northeastern Pennsylvania and is situated on Beach Lake. Trails End offers a variety of sports including tennis, waterskiing, sailing, basketball, baseball, golf, soccer, ice hockey, lacrosse, etc.
 
We are looking for motivated individuals who will be on court with the tennis director for approximately 4-6 hours per day; tennis instructors receive 5 days off throughout the summer and 3-4 nights off per week. The Tennis Director will provide all the drills and direction for each group session. You will have ample time to practice on your own with other counselors or with the Tennis Director when time allows. There is a fully equipped weight room on campus, a staff lounge equipped with computers, outdoor swimming pool, and some of the best facilities for you to enjoy and get better.
 
Compensation:  $250-$300 per week, room and board, and a travel allowance to and from camp; this experience can also be used as a paid internship. Once you arrive to camp, you will have no expenses.
 
Benefits:  This experience is a great resume builder as you will be working and living with kids. This is a wonderful opportunity for those that want to get into coaching or teaching, or for those that just want to earn some extra money over the summer. You will also get to meet college age students from all over the world
 
To Apply:  Please contact Chris Canady, Tennis Director at ccanady2@missouriwestern.edu

January 7, 2015

CCIA JUNIOR SPORTS PROGRAM 2015
Head Tennis Instructor - Job Description


THE JOB:
The Head Tennis Instructor manages and leads the Junior Tennis Program (ages 6-15), at the Christmas Cove Improvement Association (CCIA). Developing and putting into practice a robust instructional program that supports the growth of young players is the central responsibility of this position.

As one of four Program Heads, the Head Tennis Instructor is highly visible to the community and oversees high school-age and college-age staff. Therefore, the Head Tennis Instructor must be a positive, mature and authoritative role model for the staff and a friendly, community-oriented face of the Junior Program for member families. The position is full-time, Monday through Friday, and includes office and supervisory responsibilities on certain weekends, along with some off-duty time spent as needed developing lessons and meeting the needs of the tennis program. This position reports to CCIA Club Manager and is supported by Vice President of the Jr. Sports Program and the Tennis Committee.  Club housing is provided for the Head Tennis Instructor and the three other Program Heads.

DUTIES:
● Establish and implement the tennis curriculum for all levels of players, preparing daily
lesson plans that align with the tennis curriculum.
● Maintain daily attendance records and prepare end of season class placement reports for students.
● Manage two staff instructors (ages 16-18), assigning responsibilities and overseeing them as they assist you in conducting classes for beginner through advanced students and in coaching the tennis team.
● Plan, organize and run intra-club and inter-club junior tennis tournaments.
● Oversee the safety, supervision and maintenance of instructional tennis courts.
● Create and uphold a positive learning environment for Club children.
● With Head Sailing and Swimming Instructors, plan and lead a portion of the Jr. Sports award ceremony at the end of each session.
● The Head Tennis Instructor participates with the Heads of Sailing and Swimming in a variety of Club activities carried out under the direction of the Club Manager. Such activities include, but are not limited to assisting with club social events, including weekends, and Club opening and closing responsibilities.

QUALIFICATIONS:
● College-age competitive tennis player with strong skills and solid teaching experience
● Experience overseeing teen or peer-aged staff in any setting
● Current USPTA certification (or equivalent) preferred
● Current Red Cross CPR/AED and First Aid certifications required
● Experience working with and motivating children of kindergarten through middle school ages
● Ability to contribute positively as a team member in a working environment and as a housemate in a living environment is essential
● Able to lead, prioritize, organize, delegate and communicate

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND INFORMATION
* All CCIA Junior Sports Program staff are expected to participate in the Junior Program picnics, recognition nights and swim days, and to help with clambake preparation and other club activities, if needed. Also, it is important for all instructors to participate in set up and/or clean up days.
*All CCIA staff must understand that they are role models for the younger members. Maturity, consideration, enthusiasm, discipline, skill and safety awareness are attributes needed at all times at work and after hours, particularly given the age-range of the staff and on-campus residences for the Head Instructors and Program Director.
* Housing is provided for Head Instructors and Program Director of Sailing in the Club’s instructor cottage.

LOCATION:
The Christmas Cove Improvement Association is a coastal summer community located in South Bristol, Maine approximately one hour and fifteen minutes north of Portland. Information about the club can be found at: www.cciamaine.org

SALARY:
Compensation commensurate with experience. A small food stipend is provided.

CONTACT:
Susan L. Johnson
Vice President, CCIA Junior Sports Program
7 Vernon Road
Belmont, MA 02478
susanljohnson@me.com
cell: 617-529-2618

January 6, 2015

Greensboro Country Club - Player Development, Tennis Professional

Seeking a Tennis Professional at one of the most prestigious clubs in North Carolina whose focus and emphasis will be on adult player development with the ability to retain and attract members to the tennis program. Responsibilities:  Teaching all group and private lessons including women’s competitive teams, juniors from beginning to high performance, cardio tennis, as well as assist in the organization and implementation of all social and special events.  Looking for someone to be pro active and the ability to follow through with ideas to increase adult and junior activity by 20%.

 Candidates need to possess these attributes:

     o    Recent high level collegiate and tournament playing experience.
     o    Experience coaching women’s competitive teams (2.5 - 4.5 players)
     o    Experience teaching Cardio Tennis
     o    Experience with all levels of junior players (all levels from ages 4-18, 10-Under USTA
Team Tennis to tournament high performance juniors).
     o    High energy, innovative, self-motivated
     o    Strong administration, promotion and communication skills
     o    Committed to a team of three teaching professionals

The professional will be part of one of the Country Club’s 1500 members, 2  golf courses, 14 tennis courts (11 outdoor & 3 indoor), 2 swimming pools and world class fitness facilities. Our tennis program alone encompasses 130+ women’s team tennis players, 60+ competitive men’s players in addition to the 100+ junior players. This is a great opportunity to build a career as a future tennis director.

Compensation includes: above average base salary and commission on lessons and clinics. $60,000-$70,000 yearly. Benefits include:  major medical, dental, meal allowance and vacation. Send resume with references to:  Greensboro Country Club, Attn:  Tom Cascarano-Tennis Director, 410 Sunset Drive, Greensboro, NC 27408. Or fax resume to: 336-691-5819. Or email to: gcctennis@greensborocc.org

January 6, 2015

Tennis Professional/Chaperone /Travel Coach - Europe and California

Facility/Locations Europe and California
Job Status Summer seasonal

Position description:
Locations:  Europe and California.   Tennis-Europe invites males and females to coach juniors (ages 13 to 18) on tournament circuits in Europe or California this summer.  You must be at least 21 years old and have experience working with teenage tennis players.  We conduct serious –minded tournament circuits designed to give juniors match experiences and mental toughness. Team sizes are between 14- 20 players. The ability level of our players ranges from high school varsity to nationally ranked player with trips from 11 to 27 days.   We will provide you with training and support to make the summer successful and memorable for you and your players.   Many college coaches have found us to rewarding as well as a major credential on their resumes. We have 13 teams with our first team leaving on June 24th and the last team departing on July 25th.   This is our 43rd summer of operation.   Deadline for application is April 1, 2015 or whenever positions are filled.  Please send resume and cover letter and write for detailed job description to tenniseuro@aol.com       Telephone 203-322-9803

Company:  Tennis Europe and North America  
Contact:   Dr. Martin Vinokur and Gary Weiner
Contact email:   tenniseuro@aol.com or Gary@tenniseurope.com
Telephone:  203-322-9803    Fax:  203 -322-0089
Website:   www.tenniseurope.com
Mailing address:  Tennis Europe, 73 Rockridge Lane,  Stamford CT 06903

December 20, 2014

Whittier College – Assistant Men’s Tennis Coach
 
Whittier College is a nationally-ranked Division III tennis program and a small liberal arts college in Southern California.  Visit http://wcpoets.com/sports/mten/index for more information regarding our tennis program.

Responsibilities include: assisting with all aspects of coaching.  Individual workouts, practice planning, conditioning, video, and recruiting on and off campus.

Compensation: $2,000. Additional income possible through lessons, clinics, and camps.

Position to begin January 19, and applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
 
Send Cover letter, resume, and references to:

Ben Belletto at bbellett@whittier.edu

December 10, 2014

Amherst College — Volunteer Assistant Men’s Tennis Coach

Accepting applications for a coach looking to gain experience and help contribute to a top tier Division III program.  Main responsibilities include attending daily practice and hitting sessions, on-court coaching during matches and other duties around the office.  The position will start on February 1st 2015 and run until the season is over in May.  This position will provide exposure to all aspects of being a college coach and could be a great stepping stone into a full-time position in college tennis.

If interested, please contact Todd Doebler at tdoebler@amherst.edu

December 2, 2014

SPORTIME - Tennis Professional Positions Available Immediately

Tennis Professionals wanted to teach at upscale tennis facilities owned and operated by SPORTIME, New York’s leader in tennis, fitness, and multi-sport clubs.  Our clubs are located on scenic Long Island (including The Hamptons), New York City, Westchester County and Schenectady.  Candidates must work well with Adults and Juniors.  Private lessons and group instruction. All levels of Junior Development from beginner to Nationally Ranked. New York's largest and most exciting adult group lesson program.  
Excellent opportunities for advancement.  Director of tennis and management training.  Starting salaries are based on ability and experience.  Please provide a current Resume/Curriculum Vitae and three (3) job references by e-mail.
Contact: Michael Kossoff
mkossoff@sportimeny.com

JOHN MCENROE TENNIS ACADEMY
Immediate openings for tennis professionals to join the John McEnroe Tennis Academy Annex at Bethpage.  This is an excellent opportunity to join the JMTA world class staff which includes a number of former ATP/WTA top 100 players.  Ideal candidates will possess 3 or more years teaching experience, have high intensity on the court, maintain a nationally recognized tennis certification and desire to join a growing tennis facility.  Experience working with top ranked juniors or playing at a high level a plus.  In addition to JMTA, Sportime Syosset offers a full suite of tennis services including TAUT, Adult programs, private tennis lessons, etc.  All levels of Junior Development from beginners to nationally ranked players.

Sportime, a leader in New York tennis, offers excellent opportunities for advancement.  Compensation is based on ability and experience.  Please provide a Resume/Curriculum Vitae and 3 job references by email to Michael Kossoff - mkossoff@sportimeny.com

December 2, 2014

Camp Winadu - Summer Tennis Camp Counselors Needed
 
Where: Camp Winadu in Western Massachusetts – please visit www.campwinadu.com for more information.
 
When:
  June 26 to August 14
 
Brief description:  Camp Winadu is located in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains of Western Massachusetts situated on Lake Onota. Camp Winadu offers a variety of sports including tennis, waterskiing, sailing, basketball, baseball, golf, soccer, ice hockey, lacrosse, etc… We are looking for motivated individuals who will be on court with the tennis director for approximately 6-8 hours per day; tennis instructors receive one day off per week. Tennis Director will provide all the drills, and there will be opportunities each day to work on your tennis game as the tennis staff consists of college players and teaching professionals from across the country. There is a fully equipped weight room on campus, a staff lounge equipped with computers, the biggest swimming pool in the Berkshire Mountains, and some of the best facilities you can utilize to improve yourself.
 
Compensation:  $250-$300 per week, room and board, and a travel allowance to and from camp; this experience can also be used as a paid internship. Once you arrive to camp, you will have no expenses.
 
Contact:  Please email your questions to the tennis director at Montana@calu.edu and/or apply online at:  
https://winadu.campintouch.com/ui/forms/application/staff/App
 
Benefits:  This experience is a great resume builder as you will be working and living with kids. This is a wonderful opportunity for those that want to get into coaching or teaching, or for those that just want to earn some extra money over the summer.

December 1, 2014

Evert Tennis Academy - Part-Time Tennis Coach

Department of Tennis
Evert Tennis Academy ETA is currently seeking to fill a part time position in our Tennis Department.

1.) PART-TIME COACH  
- On court for 6 hours a day (Monday-Friday) working with junior tennis players at an intermediate to advanced level.
- Hourly Based Position

Required Qualifications:
- Seeking a young coach with high-level collegiate/tour playing ability, with coaching experience.
- Is capable of working with students of all ages (8-18).   
- NCAA Division I, II or III College Background
- Has Coached junior or collegiate players for 3-5 years
-Capable of hitting 3-4 hours a day
-Good Communication Skills
- Oral and Written

Preferred Qualifications:
- Played/Competed at the Collegiate or Professional Level
-Bachelor's' Degree

Evert Tennis Academy Background: Evert Tennis Academy is a world-class tennis program that employs cutting edge training methods in a highly focused, personalized tennis-training environment. Location: Boca Raton, Florida. Located 30 minutes north Fort Lauderdale and an hour north of Miami. Contact: Please submit resumes and/or inquiries to Jacopo Tezza, Academy Director, by e-mailing jacopo.tezza@img.com(Subject line: Part-Time ETA Coach Position).

November 25, 2014

Midwestern State University – Graduate Assistant, Men’s and/or Women’s Tennis
The Midwestern State University Men’s and Women’s Tennis Program have been ranked top 20 nationally the last two years. Both programs have also been ITA All-Academic Teams Nationally.  

The qualified candidate will help the head coach with team and individual practices, running of MSU tennis events, recruiting, strength training, community services, etc… He/she must have a valid driver’s license.

Compensation: $1,000/Merit Scholarship along with payment of 19 hours per week during the Fall and Spring Semesters which will go towards tuition/fees. The qualified candidate will also have opportunities to teach Private lessons on the campus of MSU and work MSU Summer Tennis Camps.

Requirements: Must have a bachelor’s degree.  Become a Full-time Graduate Student at MSU.  Preference will be given to those who have played college tennis and/or have a successful coaching background.

Please email all resumes to: scott.linn@mwsu.edu. The position will begin Spring or Fall 2015.

November 25, 2014

University of Massachusetts - Graduate Assistant for Women's Tennis

The University of Massachusetts-Amherst is seeking a Graduate Assistant for the Women’s Tennis Team.  The successful candidate will assist in the daily operations of the program including recruiting, NCAA documentation, off court conditioning workouts, scheduling, transportation and travel arrangements, and other tasks assigned by Head Coach.

The candidate must be able to work in the summer teaching tennis clinics and camps; must be willing to work variable hours, including nights and weekends.  This is a 20 hour/week position.  Summer job begins June 14, 2015.

Must meet the requirement for admission to the University of Massachusetts Graduate School.  Graduate School tuition remission and a monthly stipend will be provided.

For consideration, please mail your resume and cover letter to:  Judy Dixon, Department of Athletics, University of Massachusetts, Box 31010, Boyden Building, Amherst, MA 01003-9253.

Application deadline:  March 28, 2015 or until position is filled.

The University of Massachusetts Amherst is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of women, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities and encourages applications from these and other protected group members.

November 25, 2014

Camp Walden Tennis Professional/Coach

Camp Walden, a traditional summer overnight camp for girls in Denmark, ME, is searching for a Tennis Coach to supervise our tennis instructors and teach tennis.

Founded in 1916 our small, closely knit Walden family of 150 girls, ages 8-15, enables each camper the opportunity to fully develop her own personality and skills.  Walden prides itself on creating an atmosphere which encourages self-confidence, promotes leadership skills, and provides a trusting and secure environment where girls can thrive.

One of the many daily activities that campers participate in at Walden is tennis.  We also offer campers wishing to improve their skills an intensive tennis experience when they play tennis for 3 hours a day for one week, as well as inter-camp tennis matches through-out the summer.  We are searching for an individual who loves teaching and playing tennis, enjoys working with children, and has supervisory experience (you will supervise a staff of 6.) Prior summer camp experience is also helpful.

Dates: Negotiable.  We would love to have someone join us for the entire summer which is June 17 to August 15, 2015.  Salary is competitive and includes room, board, laundry and a transportation allowance.  Send an email of interest and resume to Kathy Jonas, Director Camp Walden at kathyjonas@campwalden.com.  The position will remain open until filled.

November 17, 2014

University of Georgia - Women's Tennis Volunteer Assistant Coach

The University of Georgia Women's Tennis team is seeking a volunteer coach who is interested in developing their coaching skills, and who will make an impact on those around the program- particularly its' student athletes.

Responsibilities- Coaching and hitting at team and individual practices Monday- Friday. Coaching during tournaments and dual matches (home and away).

Requirements- 4+ years experience coaching and/or playing preferred, but not required.

Benefits- All expenses paid for with team travel. Opportunity to work with local tennis players and clubs to provide personal compensation. Also, volunteer coach will have the opportunity to work summer tennis camp at UGA.

If interested, please contact Drake Bernstein:

Dbernstein@sports.uga.edu

November 11, 2014

Utica College - Assistant Men's and Women's Tennis Coach

Assists Head Coach with all facets of a varsity sports program including organizing and planning of all practices and game strategies, training and health education of student athletes, monitoring academic progress of student athletes and recruiting of athletes for the Program.

This is a 10 month position. The position include a $8000.00 stipend, housing, meal plan, and 12.0 credits per year for graduate school.
Job Requirements

Responsibilities:

A. Adheres to Utica College Athletic Department philosophy, including knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations. Provides and advises student athletes of obligations and requirements under said philosophy and NCAA rules and regulations.

B. Plans and runs daily practices sessions and periodic individual training sessions to ensure players are learning team concepts and safety issues while participating in intercollegiate athletics.

C. Monitors players’ academic success, providing direction when necessary, including providing for or arranging necessary academic help services.

D. May be required to teach physical education classes each semester as assigned by the Athletic Director.

E. Manages equipment usage, orders and maintains uniforms, balls, etc. Scouts opponents, tape exchange, etc. Assists Athletic Director with game scheduling and transportation. Contributes time and assistance to Booster Club, if appropriate.

F. Recruits prospective student athletes giving them an opportunity to compete and to better themselves as athletes and individuals.

G. Must maintain a clean driving record as defined by College insurance carrier guidelines. Motor vehicle record will be monitored regularly using NYS License Event Notification Service or License Monitor, Inc. for out of state licenses. Will be required to attend van training annually.

H. May perform other related duties as assigned.

Supervises:

Athletes and PE Students

Education Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree required
• Must have knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations

Experience Qualifications:

1-2 years coaching experience or playing experience at the collegiate level

Skills/Abilities:

• Knowledge of Men’s and Women’s Tennis
• Excellent interpersonal communication skills
• Ability to work with diversified group
• Strong organizations skills
• Must be willing to travel
• Must possess a valid driver’s license and clean driving record (as defined by College insurance carrier guidelines)

Special Requirements:

Utica College is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity and the diversity of its workforce.

Utica College considers applicants for all positions on the basis of
ability, potential, and valid qualification without regard to race, color,
creed, religion, gender, national origin, *sexual orientation, *gender
identity, gender expression, predisposing genetic characteristics, domestic
violence victim status, veteran status, or any other protected by
applicable law to the extent prohibited by the law.

An employee must work 30 hours per week or more to be considered benefits eligible.

Apply Here:  http://www.Click2Apply.net/kxbh4zm

November 6, 2014

Long Island University (Brooklyn, NY)  - Volunteer Women’s Assistant Tennis Coach

Overview:
The Volunteer Assistant Coach serves under the direct supervision of the Head Coach.  Duties assigned to this position include but are not limited to the following:

Academics:
1.    Exhibits a strong commitment to the academic progress of all student-athletes.
2.    Assists the Head Coach in insuring that every participating player is enrolled in at least the proper number of credits each semester to stay NCAA compliant, maintains an overall GPA of at least 2.0, and makes normal progress towards graduation.
3.    Assists the Head Coach in the enforcement of policies relative to adherence of academic expectations of student-athletes.  

Coaching:
1.    Assists the Head Coach in pre-season, regular season and permissible out of season practices and training programs.
2.    Assists the Head Coach in player development. Every player can get better.
3.    Assists the Head Coach in the preparation of effective game plans for opponents, analyzes game situations, develops and communicate adjustments of plans as needed during matches, and insure plans are consistent with the skills and abilities of student-athletes.
4.    Takes pride in being a scholar of  the sport and strives to remain current regarding information on rules, techniques, strategies and training.

Recruiting:
1.    Assumes recruiting duties as assigned by the Head Coach.
2.    Assists the Head Coach as directed in analyzing team personnel needs on an on going basis in order to assist in the establishment of a multi-year recruiting plan with specific objectives that encompasses the program's financial resources.

Development:
1.    Assists the Head Coach as directed in fund raising and special project activities.
2.    Promotes a positive image for the athletic program and the University.
3.    Maintains Social Media accounts.

Management:
1.    Assists the Head Coach in the performance of necessary management duties including achieving administrative deadlines and adherence to procedures for team and recruiting travel, purchasing procedures, scheduling, submission of eligibility forms, squad lists, oversight of team equipment and organizational skills.
2.    Assists the Head Coach in developing an annual schedule that fits within the financial resources available, meets conference requirements and achieves the appropriate competitive levels in keeping with the program's established goals.  

Other:
1.    Complies with all applicable NCAA, Conference, and LIU rules and regulations.  
2.    Immediately informs supervisor and/or Athletic Director of rule violations or potential rule violations.
3.    Cooperates and communicates with department personnel while participating in coaches meetings and attending department functions.
4.    Exhibits a high degree of sportsmanship and serves as a role model for players.
5.    Establishes the concern for the health, safety, treatment, and general welfare of the student-athlete as the top goal of the program.
6.     Other duties as assigned by the Head Coach.

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree required
HIGH LEVEL of Division I, II or III coaching and/or playing
To be able to hit/play with well with the players
Experience coaching high-level players preferred
Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations
Application Procedure:  Please email Coach Ketmayura to Rose.Ketmayura@liu.edu with…

1.  Cover letter
2.   Resume
3.   Contact Information for 3 References

October 21, 2014

Facility:    Belvedere Tennis Club    Location:    Tiburon, CA 94920
Job title:    Tennis Professional    Job status:    Full-time
Position description:    
Private, Member Owned Family Tennis Club in Marin County is seeking a dynamic, high energy creative Professional with recent tournament and college playing background. The Professional will assist the Tennis Director and other Staff Members with the Instructional and Social programs, in addition to teaching private lessons and stringing racquets. Requirements: Outgoing, Friendly Personality. Good Communication Skills. Ability to work with all levels of Adults and Kids; Strong playing skills (college tennis and 5.0+), strong doubles player preferred; No experience or little experience ok; Racquet stringing or willing to learn; Desire to work hard and study how to become a better tennis teaching professional. This position is for an individual wanting to start a career in tennis teaching. The tennis professional will train with the Tennis Director and through different coaching workshops. Excellent opportunity for a professional who wants the education and experience needed to become a future Head Pro/Tennis Director. Compensation includes: hourly pay for clinics and private lessons, bonus. $50,000 + potential earnings. Health benefits after the first 6 month. Candidate must be qualified to work in the USA.
 
Job contact information
Company/facility: Belvedere Tennis Club                      Address:    700 Tiburon Blvd
Contact person:   David Crouzet                                   City/state/ZIP: Tiburon, CA 94920
Contact e-mail:     david@belvederetennisclub.com      Country: USA
Telephone:            4154354792       
Web site:               http://www.belvederetennisclub.com

October 16, 2014

Gustavus Adolphus College - Tennis and Life Camps Instructor

TEACH TENNIS. CHANGE LIVES.
 
This tennis job is like no other. You will directly be part of a 40-year mission of helping change people’s lives via tennis at Tennis & Life Camps at Gustavus. Learn proven coaching techniques developed by USPTA and NCAA Hall of Fame Coach Steve Wilkinson; teach 1500 kids and adults each summer to play the game you love; and help inspire people to adopt the THREE CROWNS: positive attitude, full effort and good sportsmanship.
 
Position Expectations
Tennis & Life Camps is a one-of-a-kind teaching experience. You will work hard and long hours that will be physically and mentally demanding. We are highly selective in our hiring and require truly exceptional people. But the benefits are many.  With professional training from top ranked coaches, you will learn how to win in tennis and in life with three simple principles; you will work outdoors; you will make a profound difference in kids (and adults!) lives, and along the way, you will form lasting friendships and have more fun than any job you could imagine!
 
Qualifications for Exceptional Candidates:
-       Excellent Racket Skills, level 4.5 & above
-       High School and Varsity college playing experience
-       One year of college completed
-       Previous tennis teaching experience desirable
-       Youth counseling and/or proven leadership
-       Outstanding communication & presentation skills
-       Strong work ethic, responsible, goal oriented
-       Acting / musical talents and creativity desirable
 
Position Overview
Location:               Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN
Dates:                    June 4 –August 7, 2015 (with 11 days off)
Hours:                    40/week teaching; ~14/week non teaching
(variety shows, dorm counseling, etc.)
Salary:                    Competitive salary plus room & board
Room & Board:     On campus apartment & meals at Gustavus Adolphus Dining Service included (rated among top college dining services in the country)
 
For more information and to apply, visit http://tennisandlifecamps.org/work.php . If you have any questions, please contact tennisandlifecamps@gustavus.edu .

October 15, 2014

UC Irvine - Volunteer Assistant Tennis Coach

Overview:
The Volunteer Assistant Coach serves under the direct supervision of the Head Coach.  Duties assigned to this position include but are not limited to the following:

Academics:
1.    Exhibits a strong commitment to the academic progress of all student-athletes.
2.    Assists the Head Coach in insuring that every participating player is enrolled in at least 12 units of credit each quarter, maintains an overall GPA of at least 2.0, and makes normal progress towards graduation.
3.    Assists the Head Coach in the enforcement of policies relative to adherence of academic expectations of student-athletes.  

Coaching:
1.    Assists the Head Coach in the conduct of pre-season, regular season and permissible out of season practices and training programs.
2.    Assists the Head Coach in the preparation of effective game plans for opponents, analyzes game situations, develops and communicate adjustments of plans as needed during the contests, and insure plans are consistent with the skills and abilities of student-athletes.
3.    Takes pride in being a scholar of  the sport and strives to remain current regarding information on rules, techniques, strategies and training.
4.    Works to insure a high rate of retention of recruited squad members.

Recruiting:
1.    Assumes recruiting duties as assigned by the Head Coach.
2.    Assists the Head Coach as directed in analyzing team personnel needs on an on going basis in order to assist in the establishment of a multi-year recruiting plan with specific objectives that encompasses the program's financial resources.
3.    Recruits in concert with the UCI admissions policy and the Athletic Department's academic expectations.

Development and Community Service:
1.    Assists the Head Coach in an extensive UCI Campus and community outreach program.
2.    Ensures that all public statements are complimentary to UCI, its programs and the athletics department.
3.    Assists the Head Coach as directed in fund raising and special project activities.
4.    Promotes a positive image for the athletic program and the University.

Management:
1.    Assists the Head Coach in the performance of necessary management duties including achieving administrative deadlines and adherence to procedures for team and recruiting travel, purchasing procedures, scheduling of contests, submission of eligibility forms and squad lists and oversight of team equipment.  
2.    Assists the Head Coach in developing an annual schedule that fits within the financial resources available, meets conference requirements and achieves the appropriate competitive levels in keeping with the program's established goals.  
3.    Complies with directives from supervisor and Athletic Director.

Other:
1.    Complies with all applicable NCAA, Conference, and UCI rules and regulations.  
2.    Immediately informs supervisor and/or Athletic Director of rule violations or potential rule violations.
3.    Cooperates and communicates with department personnel while participating in coaches meetings and attending department functions.
4.    Exhibits a high degree of sportsmanship and serves as a role model for players.
5.    Establishes the concern for the health, safety, treatment, and general welfare of the student-athlete as the top goal of the program.
6.    Maintains a current certification in first aid and CPR.
7.    Other duties as assigned by the Head Coach.

To apply:  please email resumes and references to Coach Kronemann to tkronema@uci.edu

October 8, 2014

Smith College - Teaching/Administrative/Coaching Fellowships for 2015-2016

Salary: $13, 570
Employer: Smith College
Category: Graduate Assistant
Location: Massachusetts
Required Education: 4 year degree
Description: Fellowships/ Scholarships are available for individuals interested in pursuing a master’s degree with a specialization in coaching women at the intercollegiate level.  Candidates should have an undergraduate academic record of high caliber, and advanced skill and / or experience coaching/ teaching.  First year stipends are approximately $13,570., and carry a full tuition waiver.  Scholarships aid is also available for non-fellows.  The deadline for applying to the program with consideration for financial aid is January 15, 2015.

To Apply:  Visit our website at www.smith.edu/gradstudy/ess.php and fill in the request for information section

Employer Information:  The graduate program in exercise and sport studies prepares individual to coach women’s collegiate teams.  Recognized nationally for its excellence, our program received Level IV accreditation from the National Association for Sport and Physical Education.  The programs connects theory with practice by linking coursework with assistant coaching experiences.  All student are in residence for two years.


September 22, 2014

University of Mary Washington – Assistant Men’s Tennis Coach
 
UMW is a nationally ranked DIII tennis program and a strong liberal arts state school in Fredericksburg, Virginia.  Visit http://umweagles.com/sports/mten/index for more information on UMW and our tennis program.
Responsibilities to include: assisting with all aspects of coaching.  Individual workouts, practice planning, conditioning, video, and recruiting on and off campus.  Additional responsibilities:  your income will be generated as the Head Pro of the University Tennis Center, which has 6 indoor and 12 outdoor courts.  This includes already established clinics and private lessons.  Other duties assigned by the head coach.
Compensation: Significant income from lessons, clinics, and camps already established and running at our 18 court complex.  Coaching, lessons, clinics, and summer camps make it a 12 month position.  However, we are looking first and foremost for someone interested in college coaching.  Income up to $40,000 is very obtainable.

Position to begin as soon as possible.  Clinics are in process and this is busiest time of the year.
 
Contact Todd Helbling at thelblin@umw.edu or 540-809-9147.
Send cover letter and resume via email.



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