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May 19, 2015

Gonzaga University - Assistant Coach Women’s Tennis

Job Purpose: Assists in providing coaching and administrative duties to support the NCAA Division I Women’s Tennis program including:

• assists in coordinating day to day practice on the court and practice preparation
• assists in organizing and coordinating all travel plans, vans, accommodations, etc.
• assists in coordinating all scouting and recruiting of student athletes for Women’s Tennis program
• operates the Women’s Tennis program in compliance with NCAA rules and operating procedures
• assists in completing and maintaining all forms and records as required for NCAA.
• assists in supervising student employees
• assists in maintaining and ordering equipment and supplies

Assists in maintaining and monitoring information required for NCAA eligibility of each student athlete and informs the athletes on NCAA rules and regulations.

Assists in monitoring the academic performance of student athletes to assure graduation of the student athletes.

Assists in maintaining a close working relationship with the SID regarding media relations, public relations, promotion, and awards to promote intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of the University.

Assist in maintaining a close working relationship with the trainer in regards to athletic injury, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention.

Contributes through departmental policies, procedures, and actions to University-wide gender equity and cultural diversity efforts and to foster a climate of multi-cultural understanding and appreciation.

Performs other duties as assigned in support of the Gonzaga mission.

Minimum Qualifications: High School diploma or GED equivalent.

2 years playing and/or coaching experience in tennis with knowledge of rules of the game and playing strategies.

Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulation; ability to pass NCAA coach’s certification test.

Ability to travel throughout the academic year and summer.

Ability to communicate with and motivate student athletes.

Ability to pass a pre-employment physical.

Valid driver’s license with good driving record.

EEO Statement: Gonzaga University is a Jesuit, Catholic, humanistic institution, and is therefore interested in candidates who will contribute to its distinctive mission. Gonzaga University is a committed EEO/AA employer and diversity candidates are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their disability status and/or protected veteran status.

To view full position details and to apply please go to https://gonzaga.peopleadmin.com/

 

May 15, 2015

Texas Christian University - Women’s Tennis Volunteer Assistant Coach   

Texas Christian University women’s tennis team is seeking applicants for their Volunteer Coach position for the 2015-16 season. Potential candidates should be passionate about college and professional tennis, keen on developing their coaching and playing skills, and discipline to adhere to the coaching philosophy and core values of the program.   

Responsibilities: Coaching and training team in all settings: practices, home and away matches, fitness. Recruiting under the direction and supervision of the head and assistant coach in accordance with all NCAA and BIG12 rules and policies.   

Requirements: Coaching or playing experience at the college or professional level. All employees must pass a background check.    

Benefits: All expenses paid for within team travel. Nike footwear and apparel provided. Opportunity to coach a Division I top 20 ranked team and start a career in college coaching. Personal compensation can be obtained through teaching adults and juniors at the Bayard Friedman Tennis Center year round.

Other:
1.    Complies with all applicable NCAA, BIG12 Conference, and TCU rules and regulations   
2.    Exhibits a high degree of sportsmanship and serves as a role model
3.    Establishes the concern for the health, safety, treatment, and general welfare of the student-athletes
4.    Maintains a current certification in first aid and CPR
5.    Other duties as assigned by the Head Coach

Timeline: Resumes will be reviewed between now and June 15. Top 3 candidates will be interviewed June 15-19. Decision will be made by June 22. Start date ranging from July 1-August 1.

To apply, please send resume with 2 references to:
Lee Taylor Walker
l.t.walker@tcu.edu
Head Coach, Women's Tennis
Texas Christian University

May 14, 2015

St. Lawrence University - Graduate Assistant Men's and Women's Tennis Coach

St. Lawrence University is currently accepting applications for Graduate Assistant Coach for Men’s and Women’s Tennis.  This 9-month, student position (August 15, 2015- May 15, 2016) is targeted toward graduate students seeking a master’s degree.  Remuneration includes a very competitive coaching stipend, student health insurance and eligibility for tuition remission (6 graduate classes per year in the University’s graduate program). 

Duties/Responsibilities: Responsibilities include assisting in practice preparation, game day duties, recruiting, and administrative tasks as assigned by the Head Coaches.

Skills/Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree is required and collegiate playing and/or coaching experience is preferred.  Strong oral and written communication skills are necessary.  Highly motivated, independent, and goal-oriented.  Valid driver’s license and ability to meet the requirements to drive a University vehicle.  The successful candidate will assist in the daily operations of the program including but not limited to, practice design, on court coaching and hitting, film analysis, off court conditioning, recruiting, fundraising, advising, and administrative tasks. 

Interested applicants please apply online at http://employment.stlawu.edu uploading all required materials which are defined in the “special instructions to applicant” section.  Questions about the position may be directed to Mr. Greg Kreitzer, Head Women’s Tennis Coach, at gkreitzer@stlawu.edu, and Mr. Neil Caniga, Head Men’s Tennis Coach, at ncaniga@stlawu.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

All offers of employment are contingent upon the finalist successfully passing a background (including criminal records) check.

Located in Canton, N.Y., St. Lawrence University is a competitive NCAA Division III liberal arts institution of about 2,400 students from more than 40 states and 40 nations.  The educational opportunities at St. Lawrence inspire students and prepare them to be critical and creative thinkers, to find a compass for their lives and careers, and to pursue knowledge and understanding for the benefit of themselves, humanity and the planet. Through its focus on active engagement with ideas in and beyond the classroom, a St. Lawrence education leads students to make connections that transform lives and communities, from the local to the global.

SLU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity employer.  For additional information about St. Lawrence, please visit http://www.stlawu.edu.

May 13, 2015

The George Washington University - Men’s/Women’s Tennis Volunteer Assistant Coach  

The George Washington University tennis team is looking for 1 volunteer coach for men and 1 for women, who is passionate about college tennis and interested in developing their coaching skills, as well as making an impact on the program and everyone else involved in it.  

Responsibilities: Coaching and hitting during team practice and individual workouts. Also match recording and analysis with players and staff.  

Requirements: Coaching and playing experience in college tennis or at the professional level. All employees must pass a background check.  

Benefits: All expenses paid for with team travel. Nike footwear and apparel provided for. Chance to coach a Division I ranked team and start a career in college coaching. Personal compensation can be obtained through teaching adults and juniors at the GW Tennis Center March-November. Also, the volunteer coach will have the opportunity to work in the Fall, Spring, and Summer tennis camps held at the GW Tennis Center.


Other:

1.    Complies with all applicable NCAA, A10 Conference, and GW rules and regulations.  
2.    Exhibits a high degree of sportsmanship and serves as a role model for players.
3.    Establishes the concern for the health, safety, treatment, and general welfare of the student-athlete as the top goal of the program.
4.    Maintains a current certification in first aid and CPR.
5.    Other duties as assigned by the Head Coach.

To apply, please contact:
Greg Munoz
GWUtennis@gwu.edu
Head Coach, Men's & Women's Tennis
USPTA - Elite Professional
George Washington University
Washington, DC USA
O:(202)242-6741 C:(703)862-0852
May 13, 2015

Tarleton State University – Graduate Assistant Women’s Tennis Coach

Tarleton State University Women’s Tennis is accepting applications for the position of Graduate Assistant Coach for Women’s Tennis.  This is a 12-month graduate assistant coaching position.  The candidate will need to possess good interpersonal and organizational skills, display leadership and work within a team-oriented environment with a desire to succeed. Graduate Assistant will report directly to the Head Coach, Lance Drake.

Responsibilities: The Graduate Assistant will provide support to the Head Coach in all aspects of coaching, strength and conditioning, academic oversight, monitoring, recruiting, preparation for training sessions, travel arrangements, leadership, community relations, special events and other duties as assigned by the head coach.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree required

Admittance into the Tarleton State University Graduate Program

Experience competing in competitive tennis

NCAA Certification will be required

Eligibility to drive university vehicles

Please send a letter of application, resume and names and contact information of three professional references to the email of Head Women’s Coach Lance Drake at drake@tarleton.edu.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

May 13, 2015

University of Detroit Mercy - Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach

The University of Detroit Mercy, Michigan's largest, most comprehensive private University, is currently accepting applications for the full-time position of Head Men’s & Women’s Tennis Coach. UDM is an NCAA Division I institution, and sponsors 19 varsity sports that compete primarily in the Horizon League.

We are seeking a dynamic team player to join our staff that has a passion for collegiate athletics. The Head Men’s & Women’s Tennis Coach will oversee all aspects of our Division I program including, recruitment and retention of student-athletes, practice and game day coaching, academic integrity, commitment to compliance with NCAA, Horizon League and University rules and regulations, fiscal management, scheduling, staffing, alumni and public relations.

If the following checklist sounds like you...then send us your credentials: a creative self-starter with a minimum of a bachelor's degree, have previous college coaching and/or playing experience, possess excellent organizational skills, written and oral communication skills, don't mind long days that include travel, have a good sense of humor with the passion to compete and create a winning program.

For consideration please email a letter of application, resume, and a list of three solid references to: Amy Gasahl, Director of Academics, Student-Athlete Welfare, and Eligibility, amy.gasahl@udmercy.edu.

The University of Detroit Mercy is an independent Catholic institution of higher education sponsored by the Religious Sisters of Mercy and Society of Jesus. The University seeks qualified candidates who will contribute to the University's mission, diversity and excellence of its academic community. The University of Detroit Mercy is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer with a culturally diverse faculty and student body and welcomes persons of all races and backgrounds. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment screenings on all final candidates.

May 11, 2015

Wheaton College - Head Coach, Men’s and Women’s Tennis

Evaluate and recruit qualified student-athletes. Organize and conduct team practices, prepare for and compete in team competitions. Prepare and manage operating budget. Develop recruitment plan including travel, mailing and budget. Comply with all NCAA Division III, NEWMAC and Wheaton rules and regulations and ensure assistant coaches comply with same. Serve in administrative capacity as needed and directed by the Director of Athletics & Recreation.

Review of applications will begin immediately.

1.Develop recruitment plans for intercollegiate sports team.

2.Coordinate all aspects of recruitment program; mailing, telephone, travel, visits of recruits; Travel locally, regionally and nationally to identify prospective student-athletes.

3.Manage recruitment budget.

4.Develop and manage sport budget

5.Organize and conduct preseason try-outs and in-season practices.

6.Be able to transport teams by van as needed. Travel locally, regionally and nationally for conference and national meetings and championships, fund raising, alumnae/i and community events.

7. Select, supervise and evaluate assistant coaches.

8.Prepare teams for intercollegiate competition.

9.Oversee student-athletes academic progress.

10.Be available for consultation/support for student-athletes.

11.Select and purchase all equipment necessary for team.

12.Work with facilities manager on supervision and upkeep of courts and other athletic facilities used by the team.

13.Serve on department and campus-wide committees as requested.

14.Work closely with Sports Information Director to develop media plan and be available for interviews and speaking engagements both internally and externally.

15.Serve in administrative capacity as needed and directed by the Director of Athletics & Recreation.

16.Other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics & Recreation.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Recruit, hire, supervise, train and evaluate assistant coaches and student workers.

Education/Experiences:
Master’s degree preferred, Bachelor’s degree in related field required and two to four years of high school or collegiate coaching experience required. Collegiate playing and coaching experience preferred.

Licenses:
Current and valid driver’s license required and successful completion and maintain Wheaton’s College Van License A.

Other Preferences:
The candidate must be able to work independently and have the ability to work evenings and weekends from September through May to accomplish the tasks necessary for success in this field.

Applicants should apply at https://jobs.wheatoncollege.edu

May 11, 2015

Elon University - Assistant Men's Tennis Coach

Elon University invites applications for a Part-time Assistant Men’s Tennis Coach. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, evaluate and recruit prospective student-athletes, organize and conduct practices and individual lessons, assist in overseeing specific strength and conditioning programs, plan and organize team travel, and perform administrative and public relations duties as requested. He/she will demonstrate a commitment to NCAA rules compliance and adhere to NCAA regulations. Position will remain open until filled. 

To apply and for more information go to www.elon.edu/employment

Elon University is an equal employment opportunity employer committed to a diverse faculty, staff and student body and welcomes all applicants.

May 11, 2015

Elon University - Assistant Women's Tennis Coach

Elon University invites applications for a Part-time Assistant Women’s Tennis Coach. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, evaluate and recruit prospective student-athletes, organize and conduct practices and individual lessons, assist in overseeing specific strength and conditioning programs, plan and organize team travel, and perform administrative and public relations duties as requested. He/she will demonstrate a commitment to NCAA rules compliance and adhere to NCAA regulations. Position will remain open until filled. 

To apply and for more information go to www.elon.edu/employment

Elon University is an equal employment opportunity employer committed to a diverse faculty, staff and student body and welcomes all applicants.

May 7, 2015

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

May 6, 2015
Lipscomb University - Women's Tennis Volunteer Coach

Lipscomb University Women’s Tennis team is seeking a volunteer coach who is interested in developing student-athletes on and off the court. This is a one-year volunteer position that allows a coach to learn about a Division I tennis program and all aspects of developing a successful program. The volunteer will also have the opportunity, without any guarantee, to serve as a Staff Pro at Lipscomb Racquet Club, in which case the individual will have the opportunity to give private lessons and clinics, and assist with summer camps. The Staff Pro position is a part-time employee, the compensation for which is based on a commission-type arrangement.

Responsibilities: Assisting with all aspects of coaching including individual workouts, practice planning, coaching at practice and in matches, video analysis and stringing racquets. 

Requirements: A Bachelors degree is required. 4+ years of experience in coaching and/or playing college tennis preferred.

Compensation: THERE ARE NO SALARY OR BENEFITS FOR THE POSITION OF VOLUNTEER COACH.

Contact:


Jamie E. Aid
Lipscomb University 
Head Coach, Women’s Tennis 
Director of Tennis/Head Professional
jamie.aid@lipscomb.edu
615-966-7144 (office)
615-966-5612 (fax)
615-308-3275 (cell)
May 5, 2015

Washington State University – Women’s Tennis Student Manager

Washington State University, is accepting applications for the position of Women’s Tennis Student Manager. Washington State University is a NCAA Division I member, a member of the Pac-12 Conference, and stands for excellence on and off the court. If you have a passion for helping players succeed both on and off the court please email us.

Responsibilities:

·         Coordinate stringing services
·         Coordinate nutrition for matches and team travels
·         Help order tennis equipment and accessories
·         Monitor community service hours and academic attendance
·         Promote tennis camps.

Requirements:

·         Some playing and/or coaching experience in tennis

If you have an interest please email resume and cover letter to Robin Cambier at robin.cambier@wsu.edu

May 5, 2015

Washington State University – Women’s Tennis Volunteer Assistant Coach

Washington State University, is accepting applications for the position of Women’s Tennis Volunteer Assistant Coach. Washington State University is a NCAA Division I member, a member of the Pac-12 Conference, and stands for excellence on and off the court. If you are looking to get into college tennis coaching and have a passion for helping players succeed both on and off the court please email us.

Responsibilities:

·         Assist in practice preparation
·         Participate in match analysis
·         Coordinate stringing services
·         Coordinate nutrition for matches and team travels
·         Help order tennis equipment and accessories
·         Monitor community service hours and academic attendance
·         Promote tennis camps.

Requirements:

·         Playing and/or coaching experience in college tennis

If you have an interest please email resume and cover letter to Robin Cambier at robin.cambier@wsu.edu

May 4, 2015

Liberty University - Men’s Tennis Volunteer Assistant Coach

The Liberty University Men’s Tennis team has an immediate opening for a volunteer assistant coach. At Liberty we are passionate about tennis and we do it in a very distinctive Christian environment. If you are looking to get into coaching and have a passion for helping players succeed both on and off the court please email us.

Responsibilities- Coaching and hitting during team practice and individual workouts. Also match analysis with players and staff. Travel with team.

Requirements- Playing experience in college tennis.

Benefits- All expenses paid for with team travel. Chance to coach a Division I team and start a career in college coaching. Also, the volunteer coach will have the opportunity to work in the summer tennis camps here at the Cook Tennis Center.

If you have an interest please contact Chris Johnson at cjohnson4@liberty.edu

May 1, 2015

University of Wisconsin-Madison - Assistant Women's Tennis Coach

The Division of Intercollegiate Athletics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison dedicates itself to the mission of providing athletic opportunities to a wide range of students in an environment in which all student-athletes can achieve their academic and competitive goals. The Division strives to provide equitable opportunities for all student-athletes and fosters the principles of sportsmanship, respect and fair play on the field of play. The Division sponsors teams in 23 sports competing under the regulatory guidelines established by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the Big Ten Conference and the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA).

UW-Madison is located in the heart of Madison which is the state capital and the state's second largest city. Madison has a solid and long standing national reputation as a vibrant and thriving city.


Major Responsibilities: Under the direct supervision of the Head Coach, assist with the responsibilities of a Division I Women’s Tennis program in accordance with NCAA, Big Ten, and University regulations. Areas of responsibility may include: recruiting, organizing and conducting practices, performance of administrative and public relations duties, and other duties as assigned by the Head Coach.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. Minimum one (1) year of successful coaching experience is required, preferably at the collegiate level. Ideal candidates should demonstrate the following: the ability to foster team competitive success while maintaining a strong emphasis on the personal development and academic achievement of student-athletes; excellent communication skills to work with student-athletes, other coaches, and administrators; knowledge of and experience with NCAA and Big Ten rules.

Conditions of Appointment: This is a Limited appointment on an 11 month contract. Salary will be assigned within the appropriate range, commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications and experience. An excellent benefits package is also included. Anticipated start date on or after June 1, 2015. Successful applicants are responsible for ensuring their eligibility to work in the United States (i.e. a citizen or national of the United States, a lawful permanent resident, a foreign national authorized to work in the United States without need of employer sponsorship) on or before the effective date of appointment.

To ensure full consideration, complete applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. CDT, May 26, 2015. However, applications will be accepted until the position has been filled. To apply, send a letter of application addressing your qualifications and experiences specifically relating to the responsibilities of this position, a comprehensive resume, the current contact information for three professional references, and a statement of whether you wish to have your application held in confidence or made available to the public upon request to: Office of Athletics Human Resources, at AsstWomensTennisCoach@athletics.wisc.edu. Complete materials should be submitted electronically as Microsoft Word or PDF attachments. Do not send application materials in the body of an email as formatting will be lost. (If you are unable to submit materials  electronically in this format or have application questions, contact Sue Hunt at 608-265-4135 for special arrangements.)

NOTE: Unless confidentiality is requested in writing, information regarding the names of applicants must be released upon request. Finalists cannot be guaranteed confidentiality.

Special Note: UW-Madison conducts criminal background checks for final candidate(s).

UW-Madison is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

May 1, 2015

Centre College - Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach / Coordinator of Recreation

ABOUT CENTRE COLLEGE
Centre College, founded in 1819, offers its students a world of opportunities, highlighted by one of the nation’s premier study abroad programs and
a faculty ranked #5 in the nation for “Best Undergraduate Teaching” at a liberal arts college by U.S. News & World Report in 2013.  Located in Danville, Ky., Centre is a proud member of the NCAA Division III, a founding member of the Southern Athletic Association, and back-to-back winner of the SAA’s Presidents’ Cup (2013 and 2014).  

JOB DESCRIPTION
Centre College invites qualified applicants for the full-time position of Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach / Coordinator of Recreation.  In addition to a lighted outdoor facility, the program has access to an indoor, on-campus practice facility.  The position oversees one part-time stipend assistant coach.  

Reporting to the Director of Athletics this position leads all aspects of building a competitive Division III men’s and women’s tennis program, including but not limited to: identifying and recruiting successful student-athletes, player skill development, coaching during practices and matches, building a positive and cohesive team culture, monitoring student-athlete academic progress, and other duties as assigned.  

This position requires compliance with all NCAA, SAA, and Centre College rules and regulations.  

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED
Bachelor’s degree required.  Previous collegiate coaching and/or playing experience is required.  CPR, AED, and First-Aid certifications will be required prior to August 15, 2015.  Demonstrated knowledge and coaching skills of the sport of tennis and its playing rules; a commitment to the Division III philosophy; knowledge of NCAA and SAA rules; and a demonstrated ability to recruit, retain, and mentor student-athletes are essential.  Additional qualifications include communication skills that allow for the ability to teach, motivate, and counsel student-athletes effectively as well as being self-motivated, positive, energetic, eager to teach, and a willingness to travel.  Ability to work successfully within a team-oriented athletic department is essential.  

BENEFITS
Ten-month, full-time position with competitive salary includes complete benefits package from the College.  

TO APPLY
Interested applicants must apply through the Centre College online application system at: www.centre.jobs with a cover letter, resume, and references.  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until filled.  For full consideration, application materials must be submitted by May 15, 2015.   Centre College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

May 1, 2015

Arizona Christian University - Volunteer Assistant Tennis Coach

The Firestorm Tennis Program is seeking a volunteer tennis coach that has a strong faith and looking to impact our athletes and program in a positive manner.

Responsibilities- Coaching and hitting during team and individual workouts. Traveling with team and coaching during team events. Assist with fundraising, recruiting and academic success for athletes.

Requirements- A strong Christian looking with previous collegiate playing or coaching experience.

Benefits- An opportunity to work with a Nationally Ranked NAIA Tennis Program. All expenses paid for with team travel. An opportunity to get tennis lessons with local juniors.

If interested please e-mail Head Tennis Coach Chris Tolson:
chris.tolson@arizonachristian.edu
April 30, 2015

Trinity College - Head Men's & Women's Tennis Coach

Trinity College, a highly academic ranked liberal arts institution located in Hartford, CT, is accepting applications for the position of Head Men’s & Women’s Tennis Coach. The College is a member of the New England Small College Athletic Conference and a NCAA Division III member sponsoring 29 varsity sports. In addition to coaching responsibilities, the new coach will also teach physical education classes in our lifetime sports curriculum and have an administrative duty. A bachelor’s degree is required with a master’s degree preferred. Also, three to five years of coaching experience is needed, preferably at the intercollegiate level, and the candidate must be knowledgeable of the NESCAC and NCAA Division III philosophies. The salary will be commensurate with the education and experience of the candidate and the starting date for this multi-year contract position will be July1, 2015. This is a non-tenure track faculty position. The position will be supported by a full-time assistant coach dedicated solely to tennis.

The review of applications will begin immediately, and applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Send a letter of application, resume and the names of three references on https://trincoll.peopleadmin.com/. All applications should be addressed to Director of Athletics, Mike Renwick.

Trinity College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants with disabilities should request, in advance, any accommodation in order to participate more fully in the application process.

April 30, 2015

Kansas State University - Volunteer Assistant Women's Tennis Coach

K-State Athletics Mission Statement:

With an unprecedented combination of Championship Athletic Performances and academic accomplishments, K-State Athletics Inc. is accelerating towards its Vision of a Model Intercollegiate Athletics Program, including its top goal of providing a World Class Student-Athlete Experience.  In support of President Kirk Schulz's visionary K-State 2025 plan to move the Kansas State University into the ranks of the top 50 public research institutions, K-State Athletics has completed $195 million in facility improvements in the last 36 months benefiting each of K-State's 16 sports and 450 student-athletes, while earning national recognition as one of America's most financially solvent programs.

The Kansas State University Women’s Tennis program is seeking a volunteer coach for the 2015-2016 tennis season.  Applicants should be interested in developing and honing their coaching skills as well as make a difference to the program and its student athletes.

Responsibilities: Coaching and hitting at team and individual practice sessions.  Coaching during tournaments and team dual matches.

Requirements: Collegiate playing and/or coaching experience.

Benefits:  All expenses paid for with team travel.  Opportunity to coach a Division 1 team and start a career in collegiate coaching.  Opportunities to teach lessons to local amateur and junior players to receive personal compensation.

If interested, please contact Mark Denenfeld: mdenenfeld@kstatesports.com

Background check required.  Kansas State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans, and actively seeks diversity among its employees; women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

April 30, 2015

Santa Clara University - Graduate Assistant Men's Tennis Coach

Santa Clara University Men’s Tennis invites applicants for the position of Graduate Assistant Coach for Men’s Tennis.  Graduate Assistant will report directly to the Head Coach for Men’s Tennis, Derek Mills.

Responsibilities:  The Graduate Assistant Tennis Coach will provide support to the Head Coach in all aspects of academic success, coaching, strength and conditioning, recruiting, planning of practice, organization of team meetings; assist with fundraising activities; work with campus community and the Athletic Department staff; perform other duties as assigned by the Head Coach.

Requirements:  Bachelor's degree required, Admittance into the Graduate Program, two years coaching and/or intercollegiate/ATP competitive experience; good administrative skills and excellent written and oral communication skills; high motivation with a capacity for independent work within the context of a goal-oriented environment. Requires travel during the week and weekends.

Preferred Requirements:  Knowledge of NCAA rules/regulations; coaching experience in a college setting; ATP playing experience or High level of college tennis playing ability.  NCAA certification will be required.

Stipend and graduate tuition provided.

Please send a letter of application, resume and names and contact information of three professional references to the email of Head Men’s Coach Derek Mills, dmills@scu.edu. No phone calls please.

April 28, 2015

Lake Forest College - Assistant Men’s & Women’s Tennis Coach (Part-time)

 

Lake Forest College, located just north of downtown Chicago in a vibrant tennis area, invites applications for the part-time position of Assistant Men’s & Women’s Tennis Coach. The position is ideal for someone desiring experience in a Division III collegiate coaching environment.  The successful candidate will assist the head coach with practice and match coaching, recruiting and other duties as assigned.

 

Bachelor’s degree required with college playing and/or coaching experience preferred. Review of applications will begin in May and continue until the position is filled.  Interested applicants should e-mail resume and references to: Michael Raymond, Head Men’s & Women’s Tennis Coach at raymond@lakeforest.edu. The College embraces diversity and encourages applications from women and members of other historically underrepresented groups. s.

 

Lake Forest is a private liberal arts college and a member of the Midwest Conference, Northern Collegiate Hockey Association and NCAA Division III. The College sponsors 19 intercollegiate varsity sports with approximately 350varsity student-athletes competing annually. For more information on Lake Forest College and Forester Athletics,please visit www.lakeforest.edu.

April 28, 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 June 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.

April 24, 2015

Cornell University - Men’s Tennis Volunteer Assistant Coach
 
The Cornell University Men’s Tennis team is looking for a volunteer coach who is passionate about college tennis and interested in developing their coaching skills, as well as making an impact on the program and everyone else involved in it.
 
Responsibilities- Coaching and hitting during team practice and individual workouts. Also match recording and analysis with players and staff.
 
Requirements- Coaching and playing experience in college tennis
 
Benefits- All expenses paid for with team travel. Chance to coach a Div I ranked team and start a career in college coaching. Furthermore the opportunity to work with local juniors and amateur players in order to receive personal compensation. Also, the volunteer coach will have the opportunity to work in the summer tennis camps hosted by our Reis Tennis Center.
 
If interested, please contact head coach Silviu Tanasoiu:
607-379-1222
sat84@cornell.edu

April 22, 2015

Mount Mary University - Head Coach Tennis (Part-Time)

The Head Coach of Mount Mary’s NCAA Division III Tennis program is an integral member of the Athletic Department and requires an enthusiastic, high-energy individual who is determined to see that the program’s roster and success goals are met.  This individual must be committed to the Athletic Department pillars to “Recruit, Retain, and Develop”. 

 

It is a great time for Blue Angels tennis!  The 2015 team will be returning the majority of its student-athletes that produced a school best 6-2 record in 2014!

 

Responsibilities:

§  Recruitment—coordinate recruiting efforts to meet discussed benchmarks to ensure the Tennis program is playing and practicing at, or above, the ideal number of student-athletes.  Prepared to give monthly recruiting status reports to Athletic Director

o   Prepare and conduct all practice and game plans

o   Prepare travel arrangements for team away games

o   Follow budget guidelines set forth by Athletic Director

o   Responsible for putting a schedule together that meets NCAA Division III requirements

o   Attend staff and/or institution meetings when required

o   Promote and encourage a positive learning experience for student athletics

o   Knowledge of, and adherence to, NCAA Division III rules regarding recruiting, eligibility, and compliance.

o   Hire, train, supervise and evaluate assistant coaching staff.

 

Qualifications:

•       Coaching experience required; college-level coaching preferred

•       Collegiate playing experience preferred

•       Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred

•       Ability to travel on weekends and have a flexible schedule for practices.

 

REPORTS TO:  Director of Athletics

Please direct questions or submit resume and cover letter to:

Marc Heidorf

Athletic Director​

Mount Mary University

414-443-3636 (office)

920-242-1596 (cell)

heidorfm@mtmary.edu

April 22, 2015

Eastern Illinois University - Graduate Assistant Tennis Coach

 

Eastern Illinois University seeks a Graduate Assistant Tennis Coach for its men’s and women’s tennis teams for Fall2015.

 
Responsibilities:

-Assist head coach in organizing practices, recruiting, and on-court coaching for the men’s and women’s tennis programs

 

Qualifications:

-Applicant must gain entrance into afull time graduate studies program at Eastern Illinois University

-Excellent communication skills,ability to recruit and motivate players at the NCAA I level

-Established collegiate playingexperience and/or coaching experience at the college level or with high level, sectional or national level junior players is strongly preferred

 

Benefits:

-Tuition waiver for up to 16 hours of graduate course work per year

-Stipend for living expenses paid over 9 months of employment

 

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please send letter of interest, resume, and 3 references to John Blackburn, Head Tennis Coach, at jblackburn@eiu.edu

April 21, 2015

Buena Vista University - Part-Time Head Men’s Tennis Coach

Buena Vista University, an NCAA Division III institution and member of the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, is accepting applications for the position of part-time Head Men’s Tennis Coach.  Responsibilities include recruiting student-athletes, management of the budget and other duties pertaining to the Men’s Tennis program as assigned by the Director of Athletics. Applicants should possess a strong coaching and teaching background and preferably have demonstrated success recruiting student-athletes. A master’s degree in health, exercise science or a related field such as sports management is preferred, bachelor’s degree required. A background check will be conducted on the final candidate.

To apply please complete the following items:

  • An electronic application at www.bvu.edu/hr, and
  • Send a resume and three references to Human Resources one of three ways.

Email: humanresources@bvu.edu

Mail to: Buena Vista University, Human Resources Department, 610 W. 4th St., Storm Lake, IA 50588

Fax: 712-749-1449

EOE/ADA/Smoke-Free Employer

April 21, 2015

Buena Vista University - Part-Time Head Women’s Tennis Coach

Buena Vista University, an NCAA Division III institution and member of the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, is accepting applications for the position of part-time Head Women’s Tennis Coach.  Responsibilities include recruiting student-athletes, management of the budget and other duties pertaining to the Women’s Tennis program as assigned by the Director of Athletics. Applicants should possess a strong coaching and teaching background and preferably have demonstrated success recruiting student-athletes. A master’s degree in health, exercise science or a related field such as sports management is preferred, bachelor’s degree required. A background check will be conducted on the final candidate.

To apply please complete the following items:

  • An electronic application at www.bvu.edu/hr, and
  • Send a resume and three references to Human Resources one of three ways.

Email: humanresources@bvu.edu

Mail to: Buena Vista University, Human Resources Department, 610 W. 4th St., Storm Lake, IA 50588

Fax: 712-749-1449

EOE/ADA/Smoke-Free Employer

April 20, 2015

Averett University - Assistant Tennis Coach

SUMMARY: All Assistant Coaches at Averett University are deemed to be Teaching Assistants (TA), which is a graduate student employed in support of the teaching mission of the University.  Assistant Coaches are not full-time employees as the TA position is intended for graduate students employed in teaching activities whether in a classroom or with a team (coaching). Athletics is part of the overall educational process and provides life skills lessons and support of the academic process; henceforth referred to as Assistant Coaches.  Enrollment in one of Averett’s graduate programs is a requirement of this position.

Reporting to a Head Coach an assistant coach is responsible for supporting the management of a varsity intercollegiate sport program at the University. Duties will include support in coaching, recruiting, practice and game organization and team operations, retention and administration. In addition, assistant coaches will serve as game management staff at off-season intercollegiate contests as assigned by the department, as well as helping monitor student-athletes out of practice assisting residence life and student success as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree and successful coaching, playing, and/or teaching experience is required. Experience at the intercollegiate level is preferred.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following but not limited to:

1)    Assist head coach in organizing and conducting practices and contests in all aspects necessary in running a competitive Division III program.

2)    Assist in the recruitment of a diverse group of qualified student athletes for successful participation at the varsity athletic level

3)    Advise and supervise team members, captains, Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) team representatives and team managers as directed.

4)    Demonstrate leadership, sportsmanship, and conduct becoming of the coaching profession adhering to all college and professional sport association guidelines

5)    Adhere to all NCAA, USA South and sport rules and regulations.

6)    Serve as game administrator at intercollegiate contests as assigned by the department and/or assist in other assigned duties in support of the department and program.

Assistant Coaches will be provided tuition as well as room and board with the expectation that they will participate in team nutrition tables; be visible in the dining hall and residence halls after hours to support the Residence Life program; support the afterhours emergency response protocol in place for the University; support and engage students and student athletes in learning opportunities outside of the classroom and playing field through the student life program. Assist in study hall monitoring and academic progress evaluation in support of Student Success Office.

Physical Demands: Light to moderate.  Applicants must be able to meet the physical demands of set-up, clean-up and conducting of a collegiate level practices and games. (i.e. moving soccer goals, hitting volleyballs during drills, moving chairs around, etc.)

Ideal Start date: August 15, 2015
Contact Felix Mann at fmann@averett.edu or 434-791-4992
Send cover letter, resume, and references via email

April 16, 2015

University of Hawai'i at Hilo - Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach

The University of Hawai'i at Hilo is a vibrant, multicultural campus, providing opportunities for higher education on the island of Hawai'i, the southernmost and largest island in the Hawaiian archipelago.  A total of 3,924 students were enrolled in Fall 2014, with 70% being residents of the State and 30% non-residents.  UH Hilo is one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse institutions in the nation, UH Hilo enrolls students from all 50 states and 40 countries, 22% of whom are Native Hawaiian.  UH Hilo supports twelve athletic programs in the NCAA Division II school and Pacific West Conference. 

This position is responsible for recruiting, budgeting, scheduling, scouting, instructing, practice supervision, conducting in and out of season player development, support academic development, camp and clinic management and fundraising in support of the men’s and women’s tennis program. Federal regulations and other policies and procedures that define model practice in intercollegiate athletics. 

The minimum requirements for this position are:  1.  Bachelor's degree or equivalent and 2. Two (2) years experience coaching high school or college tennis.  In addition, the selectee must have a vehicle, and must be able to work nights, weekends and holidays.

This is a less-than-half-time casual hire position, with an expected work week of 19 hours per week.  The appointment position will be from August 1, 2015 to May 15, 2016. There are no benefits for this position. This position can expect to earn no less than $30,000.

Applicants may fax their resume to:  (808) 932-7169, attention Audrey Hirayama.

A complete version of this advertisement may be found at HirenetHawaii.com.

The University of Hawai'i at Hilo is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, M/W/Disability/ Veterans

April 15, 2015

University of Mary Washington – Assistant Men’s Tennis Coach/Staff Professional

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.

This position is a split position.  Half of your time is with the men’s tennis program all year, with primary responsibilities being “in-season”.  The other half is serving as one of two staff teaching professionals at our 18 court complex. Other duties as assigned by the head coach, which could include managing the front desk at the tennis center, stringing, department functions, etc…

Coaching responsibilities include: assisting with all aspects of coaching.  Individual workouts, practice planning, coaching at practice and in matches, conditioning, video, and recruiting on and off campus.  Responsibilities as a teaching pro:  private lessons and clinics at the facility all year, as well as assisting with summer camps in the summer months.

Compensation: your income will be generated entirely as a Staff Pro of the University Tennis Center, which has 6 indoor and 12 outdoor courts.  This includes already established clinics and private lessons.  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.  THERE ARE NO BENEFITS FOR THIS POSITION AND NO SALARY.  100% of your income is from teaching.  This position should expect to earn at least $30,000 per year with a maximum of approximately $40,000 per year, before taxes.  If you require benefits, a salary, or higher income, this position will not work for you.  Details of compensation will be discussed with all candidates via phone interviews.

Candidates should have a strong playing background and very positive character references.  Teaching experience is preferred.

Ideal start date is June 1, 2015.

Contact Todd Helbling at thelblin@umw.edu or 540-809-9147.

Send cover letter, resume, and references via email.

April 13, 2015

Lynn University - Graduate Assistant Women's Tennis Coach

Summary
Lynn University, a NCAA Division II member and a member of the Sunshine State Conference, is accepting applications for the position of Graduate Assistant Women’s Tennis Coach. This is a 9-month position with an athletic and administrative fellow stipend for two consecutive years. The ideal candidate will possess good interpersonal and organizational skills, display leadership, and have the ability to work independent and within a team-oriented environment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Recruiting
  • Scouting
  • Preparing for training sessions
  • On-court coaching
  • Travel arrangements
  • Academic oversight
  • Leadership and monitoring of student-athletes during team travel
  • Community relations
  • Preparing for special events and fundraisers
  • Position requires nights & weekends travel
  • Position also requires the coach to drive the team to away contests in university vehicles

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree required
  • Admission to Lynn's graduate school expected
  • Experience competing in competitive tennis
  • Eligibility to drive university vehicles

To apply, visit www.lynn.edu/studentjobs. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

April 13, 2015

Vassar College - Assistant Men's Tennis Coach

Position Title: Assistant Men's Tennis Coach  
Department: Athletics & Physical Education Department  
Duration of Position:    Academic year / Part time 
Position Type: Administrator     
Posting Removal Date: Open Until Filled   
Posting Number: 1000891  
 
About Vassar College: Located in the scenic Mid-Hudson Valley, Vassar College is a highly selective, residential, coeducational liberal arts college. Vassar is strongly committed to fostering a community that reflects the values of a liberal arts education and to promoting an environment of equality, inclusion and respect for difference. Vassar College is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer, and applications from members of historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged.  

Position Summary and Responsibilities: Vassar College invites applications for the part-time position of Assistant Men's Tennis Coach. The successful candidate will assist the Men's Head Tennis Coach in all aspects of developing a successful NCAA Division III tennis program, including the recruitment and retention of players, on court instruction, match play management, travel and recruiting. The position includes weekend, holiday, early morning and evening work hours. This part-time academic-year position is not eligible for benefits.

Vassar College athletics programs are conducted in compliance with policies and procedures of Vassar College, the NCAA and the Liberty League.  

Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is required. Coaching and/ or playing experience at the collegiate level is preferred with an understanding and adherence to of NCAA and league rules and regulations is required. A valid and unrestricted driver's license is also a requirement of the position. The successful candidate must demonstrate exceptional interpersonal skills and organizational skills and the ability to reliably work independently as well as be part of a professional member of coaches and administrators at Vassar. Experience with FrontRush database management is a plus. Certification in CPR, AED and First Aid is necessary but can be obtained through Vassar College as needed. A valid drivers license, official academic transcript(s) and the successful result of a background check are mandatory.  

Optional Applicant Documents:
Transcripts 1, Transcripts 2 and Transcripts 3  

Required Applicant Documents: Resume, Cover Letter and Contact Information for 3 References  

Special Instructions to Applicants: To complete your on-line application, you will be required to attach a cover letter describing your interest in and qualifications for the position, a résumé, and contact information, including phone numbers and email addresses, for three references. All attachments must be in Word or PDF format. You will have the option of attaching your unofficial college transcript(s) at the time of application. Transcripts required at the time of hire. Applications through e-mail will not be accepted. Review of applications will begin May 1, 2015 and will continue until position is filled. For additional information please visit Vassar at www.vassar.edu

Anticipated Start Date: 08-15-2015 
Quicklink for Posting: employment.vassar.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51803

April 6, 2015

Utah State University - Assistant Women's Tennis Coach

Position open until filled (close review of applications will begin the first week of April)

Utah State University is seeking qualified applicants for a Women’s Tennis Assistant Coach. Under the direction of the Head Coach Sean McInerney, the Assistant Coach is responsible for assisting with all aspects of Women’s Tennis including recruiting, coaching, developing, motivating, and evaluating academically and athletically qualified student-athletes all in compliance with NCAA, Mountain West, and Utah State Athletics policies and procedures.

Qualifications

Required qualification include a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university; a minimum of one year of demonstrated coaching/teaching experience in the sport of tennis; ability to recruit and evaluate athletic talent; strong organizational, management, and public relations skills; demonstrated knowledge of NCAA and Conference rules and regulations. A minimum of 1 year tennis coaching/teaching experience and coaching experience at the DI level are preferred.

Interested applicants please email your resume to sean.mcinerney@usu.edu
Qualified Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply.

Employer Information
Conference: Mountain West Conference (NCAA Division 1)
Nickname: Aggies Colors: Aggie Blue (navy) and white
Teams: 16 varsity teams

Logan, Utah
Population: Logan - 48,596 Cache County - 116,466 - Elevation: 4,778 feet (Logan Campus) - Average summer highs: 85 degrees - Average winter highs: 34 degrees
81 miles northeast of Salt Lake City
5 hours south of Yellowstone National Park
1 hour drive to four ski resorts
2 minute drive to Logan Canyon

Utah State Athletics is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

March 24, 2015

The University of Findlay–Graduate Assistant Coach, Men’s and Women’s Tennis

The University of Findlay invites applicants for the position of Graduate Assistant Coach for Men’s Tennis and Graduate Assistant for Women’s Tennis.  Graduate Assistants will report to the Head Coach for Men’s and Women’s Tennis.

Responsibilities: The Graduate Assistant Tennis Coaches will provide support to the Head Coach in all aspects of academic success, coaching, strength and conditioning, recruiting, planning of practice, organization of team meetings, scheduling and trip management; assist with fundraising activities; work with campus community and the Athletic Department staff in assisting student athletes in the registration process who are members of the Tennis programs; assist in practice and match transportation, set-up & break-down; and perform other duties as assigned by the Head Coach or designees.

Requirements:  Bachelor's degree required, Admittance into the Graduate Program, two years coaching and/or intercollegiate competitive experience; good administrative skills and excellent written and oral communication skills; high motivation with a capacity for independent work within the context of a goal-oriented environment. Requires travel during the week and weekends.

Preferred Requirements:  knowledge of NCAA rules/regulations; coaching experience in a college setting; NCAA certification will be required.
Stipend and graduate tuition benefits provided.

Please send a letter of application addressing position requirements, resume and names and contact information of three professional references using the Head Men’s & Women’s Tennis Coach Doug Linden: linden@findlay.edu

The University of Findlay is an AA/EOE institution and welcomes applications from diverse candidates and candidates who support diversity.

March 20, 2015

Tiffin University– Graduate Assistant Coach, Men’s and Women’s Tennis

Tiffin University, 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.

Please send a letter of application addressing position requirements, resume and names and contact information of three professional references using the Head Tennis Coach Philip Conley : Conleypt@tiffin.edu

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

March 4, 2015

University of Kansas Women’s Tennis Assistant Coach

Position open until filled (close review of applications will begin the first week of April)

ONLINE APPLICATIONS ONLY 

Kansas Athletics, Inc. is seeking qualified applicants for a Women’s Tennis Assistant Coach.  Under the direction of the Head Coach for Women’s Tennis, the Assistant Coach is responsible for assisting with all aspects of Women’s Tennis including recruiting, coaching, developing, motivating, and evaluating academically and athletically qualified student-athletes all in compliance with NCAA, Big 12, and Kansas Athletics policies and procedures. 

Qualifications

Required qualification include a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university; a minimum of one year of demonstrated coaching/teaching experience in the sport of tennis; ability to recruit and evaluate athletic talent; strong organizational, management, and public relations skills; demonstrated knowledge of NCAA and Conference rules and regulations.  A minimum of three years tennis coaching/teaching experience and coaching experience at the DI level are preferred. 

Interested applicants must apply online at kuathletics.com. Qualified Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply. 

Employer Information

Kansas Athletics, Inc. is a not for profit corporation which was organized in 1925 to foster development of intercollegiate athletics in conjunction with the educational activities of the University of Kansas. Kansas Athletics operates the varsity intercollegiate athletic programs (18 men's and women's intercollegiate teams) of the University of Kansas in facilities owned by the State of Kansas. A major comprehensive research and teaching university with an enrollment of approximately 27,000, the University provides outstanding excellence in education and research.

Kansas Athletics is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

February 5, 2015

Carmel Valley Tennis Camp - Head Counselors

Carmel Valley • CA
www.carmelvalleytenniscamp.com

Head Counselors

Counselor Job Plus Management Responsibilities (Room & Board Included) (May 30 – Aug 22)

Head Counselor Qualifications

•    Are 21 years or older and have paid management experience: residential camp experience preferred
•    University student or graduate
•    US College level player or equivalent
•    Attend CVTC Head Counselor Training and CVTC Staff Training  (May 30 – June 6)
•    Tennis teaching experience

Head Counselor Job Description
•    Report and accountable to the 3 directors
•    Learn, understand and promote the CVTC culture - Purpose, Core values, Beliefs, Mission and Rules
•    Work as a team member with the 1-3 other HCs - together the team manages the counselors in the set up and running of the Evening and Weekend Activities
•    Run assigned sections of the Staff Training
•    Teach 3 hours of group lessons (five to six campers in a group) M-F
•    Completion of Night time supervision log
•    Live where needed – dorm or staff house
•    Manage one or two areas of camp (i.e. Infirmary, Team Tennis, Pro Shop, Ropes Course, Archery, etc.)

Head Counselor Pay
•    Starting pay for 1st year Head Counselor is a minimum of $400.00 per week plus room & board.

Apply
http://carmelvalleytenniscamp.com/available-positions.php

February 5, 2015

Carmel Valley Tennis Camp - Counselors

Carmel Valley • CA
www.carmelvalleytenniscamp.com

Counselors - Male & Female College Tennis Players (Room & Board Included) (June 2 – Aug 22)

Basic Staff Qualifications:

•    Available to begin work June 2
•    Are 18 years or older and have completed at least one year of college
•    US Social Security # (if you are an international student you can obtain one by getting a CPT or OPT through your school)
•    Desire and ability to work with children and live in a close-knit environment
•    Ability to relate to and work with one’s peer group
•    Ability and willingness to accept direction and supervision from Head Counselors and Directors
•    Counselors must have necessary tennis skills to effectively teach children aged 10-18.
•    Good character, team player, integrity, adaptability, enthusiasm, common sense, loyalty, honesty, humor, patience, judgment, and self-control
•    Good references supporting your character and past employment
•    Willingness to uphold and support the rules and traditions of Carmel Valley Tennis Camp

Job Description
•    Teach 3 hours of group lessons (four to six campers in a group) M-F
•    Caretaking of children: living in a room with 7 campers
•    Coach a team (eight to nine campers of varying ability) in match play format 3 to 3.5 hours M-F
•    Counselors assist in the planning, supervision, and running of the daytime offcourt, evening, and weekend activities
•    Offcourt activity areas include: ropes course, archery, infirmary (assist camp nurse), art house, pro shop, centre court, conditioning, games, dorm duty

Pay
•    Starting pay for 1st year counselors is a minimum of $300.00 per week plus room & board

Apply
http://carmelvalleytenniscamp.com/available-positions.php

January 27, 2015

Georgia State University - Assistant Coach - Men's Tennis

Atlanta, GA. 30303
Vacancy Requisition #:    15000175
To Apply go to:  http://employment.gsu.edu   
Position:  Assistant Coach – Men’s Tennis
Salary: Negotiable
 
Duties/Responsibilities:
The Assistant Men’s Tennis Coach will provide support to the Head Coach in all aspects of academic success, coaching, strength and conditioning, recruiting, planning of practice, organization of team meetings and film study, scheduling and trip management; Assist with budget monitoring; work with campus community and the Athletic Department staff in the successful recruitment and registration process of student-athletes who are members of the Men’s Tennis program; assist in practice transportation, set-up and break-down; assist with equipment functionality and inventory control and perform other duties as assigned by the Head Coach or designees.

Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree and two (2) years of related experience (or combination of education and experience)

Preferred Requirements:
Requires travel during the week and weekends; knowledge of NCAA rules/regulations; coaching experience in a college setting; NCAA certification will be required.

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

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 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 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


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