TO ALL COACHES: TPA MEMBERSHIPS EXPIRED AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2016. YOU MUST RENEW IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN YOUR ACTIVE STATUS. VISIT WWW.TPACANADA.COM AND CLICK "RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP".


Is Your Club Pro Fully Certified?

If he/she is, then his/her name will be posted on the list of certified coaches that appears on Tennis Canada's website. To check this out, please go to www.tenniscanada.com and go to the Tennis Professionals Association (TPA)/List of Certified Coaches page. If your pro's name is not listed there, then the person either does not have current certification and/or is not a current member of the TPA.

In order for an instructor/coach to maintain his/her fully certified status, he/she is required to attend a professional development activity every 2, 3, or 4 years depending on his/her level of certification. This important feature ensures your pro is up to date with regard to teaching methodology.


 


CURRENT POSTINGS


Job Title: Head Coach 

Location: Scarborough

 

About the Program:

Inner-City Kids' Tennis, the Ontario Tennis Association's newest community tennis initiative, has recently been approved for funding by the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF). The program will provide 16 weeks of free tennis lessons for children ages 6-12.  Lessons will begin in mid-April 2018, weather permitting, at the following locations (tentative): Clairlea Park, Birchmount Park, Prairie Drive Park and Malvern Park. Click here for more info.

 

Job Description:

The Head Coach’s primary responsibility is implement a team tennis program at a designated location in Scarborough. The Head Instructor must posses strong leadership skills in motivating and supporting assistant coaches, volunteers and participants. This is a 16 week program that starts in April and will end in early August. Depending on availability coaches will receive 15-20 hours per week. Compensation will be determined based on experience.

 

Requirements:

• Start Date: April 16th, 2018 | End Date: August 5th, 2018

• Develop and lead a team tennis curriculum for the duration of the program

• Collaborate with local community partners such as schools. day cares and community centers

• Responsible for managing tennis equipment; mini-nets, ball hoppers, balls, racquets and other items

• Proficient with technology for registration and reporting

• Volunteer or coaching experience in tennis is required

• Strong leadership, communication, interpersonal and administrative skills

• Neat appearance with appropriate tennis attire

 

Qualifications:

• Tennis Canada Instructors (or higher) certificate required

• Emergency First Aid certificate preferred

• Police reference check and vulnerable sector screening required

• Access to a vehicle preferred

 

Send Resume To:

Joline Joseph, OTA Special Projects Manager, at jjoseph@tennisontario.com 

We thank all applicants - only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 


Job Title: Assistant Instructor 

Location: Scarborough

 

About the Program:

Inner-City Kids' Tennis, the Ontario Tennis Association's newest community tennis initiative, has recently been approved for funding by the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF). The program will provide 16 weeks of free tennis lessons for children ages 6-12.  Lessons will begin in mid-April 2018, weather permitting, at the following locations (tentative): Clairlea Park, Birchmount Park, Prairie Drive Park and Malvern Park. Click here for more info.

 

Job Description:

Assistant Instructor’s primary responsibility is in assisting the Head Coach in implementing a team tennis program at a designated location in Scarborough. The Assistant Instructor must posses strong interpersonal skills to build successful working relationships with head instructor, volunteers and participants. This is a 16 week program that starts in April and will end in early August. Depending on availability coaches will receive 15-20 hours per week. Compensation will be determined based on experience.

 

Requirements:

• Start Date: April 16th, 2018 | End Date: August 5th, 2018

• Implement and support team tennis curriculum provided by head instructor

• Collaborate with local community partners such as schools. day cares and community centers

• Responsible for managing tennis equipment; mini-nets, ball hoppers, balls, racquets and other items

• Proficient with technology for registration and reporting

• Volunteer or coaching experience in tennis is preferred

• Strong leadership, communication, interpersonal and administrative skills

• Neat appearance with appropriate tennis attire

 

Qualifications:

• Tennis Canada Instructors (or higher) certificate preferred

• Emergency First Aid certificate preferred

• Police reference check and vulnerable sector screening required

• Access to a vehicle preferred

 

Send Resume To:

Joline Joseph, OTA Special Projects Manager, at jjoseph@tennisontario.com 

We thank all applicants - only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


Job Title: Assistant Pro 

Location: Toronto

Davisville Tennis Club (Toronto) is seeking an assistant pro for the 2018 season to help service our 550 member club. The ideal candidate will be Club Pro 1 certified or higher, experienced in working with both juniors and adults, and have a strong knowledge of progressive tennis.

We offer competitive compensation which will be based on experience and certification level.

If interested, please forward your resume to Brian Ahlberg, headpro@davisvilletennisclub.com no later than March 1, 2018.


Job Title: Tennis Instructors 

Location: Toronto

THE BOULEVARD CLUB in Toronto is looking to hire Tennis Instructors for 2018 summer tennis camp program.

Ideal candidates should possess the following qualifications:      

  • Tennis Canada Instructor Level Coaching Certification
  • Valid First Aid, CPR and/ or certification
  • Current Police Record Check

 

Requirements:

  • Pleasant personality to apply to hospitality environment
  • Experience working with young children age (5 – 15)
  • Previous tennis teaching experience
  • Must be punctual, reliable and organized with good communication skills
  • Overall leadership of their camp group
  • Development of program plans for each day including coaching goals
  • Friendly and energetic with an ability to engage kids

 

The Camp environment is TEAM oriented, so all staff must be able to plan and work cooperatively with others.

                Start Date:          June 18, 2018

                End Date:            Aug 31, 2018

 

Compensation/Salary:                  Based on qualifications and experience

 

Please submit all resumes, with references to Paul Cairns pcairns@boulevardclub.com, Tennis Director by April 3, 2018.

We thank all applicants for interest in our fine and dynamic club. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.


Job Title: Executive Director 

Location: Toronto

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, DOUG PHILPOTT INNER-CITY CHILDREN’S TENNIS FUND

 

THE JOB: GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

Doug Philpott Inner-City Children’s Tennis Fund (Philpott) is seeking a proactive, inspirational, experienced and open-minded professional for the position of Executive Director (ED). The ED is responsible for the overall leadership and management of the charity and its staff and volunteers.  The ED oversees the growth and development of programs in line with Philpott’s key strategic objectives and Mission:

 

“The Doug Philpott Inner-City Children’s Tennis Fund exists to promote health, physical and moral well-being among children living in priority needs neighbourhoods by providing skills development programs.”

 

The position of ED is a full time position and the successful candidate will be required to work from home and be available to travel throughout the city to oversee programming sites and meet with strategic partners, donors and other parties as the job may require.

 

Key responsibilities include:

 

  1. Proactively working with the Philpott Board of Directors on shaping and driving key strategic priorities and other various activities related to growing the organization.
  2. Skillfully using current practices and strong organizational skills to attend to managing the administrative needs of the organization.
  3. Managing the communication and marketing/branding of the organization, including website, social media and promotional activities.
  4. Overseeing staff and volunteers responsible for the delivery of programs and fundraising activities.
  5. Coordinating with strategic partners including the City of Toronto and the Boys and Girls Clubs.
  6. Responding to inquiries from program participants, donors and strategic partners through e-mails and phone.
  7. Attending to matters relating to board and organizational governance, risk management and financial responsibility.

 

THE PERSON:

 

Ideal Education and Experience:

  • A degree or diploma in sport/recreation and a minimum of five years of experience in a management or leadership position, or an equivalent combination of related education and experience.
  • Knowledge of the sport industry and working in community development (a priority given to tennis experience)
  • Experience leading working groups and speaking in public.
  • Experience both working with and leading Board activities
  • Knowledge/awareness of the charitable landscape and youth development programming in Canada.
  • Familiarity with managing administrative/financial requirements associated with running a registered charity.

 

Characteristics:

  • Is Innovative and a creative thinker
  • Proactive and forward thinking
  • Passionate and Hard Working
  • Works well with a team when leading and also in a supporting role
  • Integrity in everything they do
  • Always striving for Excellence

 

Key Skills:

  • Communication: Clearly presents written and verbal information with clarity and purpose.
  • Well organized and able to maintain a number of different projects concurrently.
  • Able to think critically and be a problem solver

 

LEVEL OF AUTHORITY:

The Executive Director reports directly to the Philpott Board of Directors. The position also requires working closely with partners and volunteers.

 

BACKGROUND SCREENING:

The Philpott organization is committed to creating and maintaining a safe environment for children.  All applicants will be thoroughly screened using background checks and a review process.

 

Salary commensurate with experience.

 

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS:

The deadline for applications is February 28, 2018; interested candidates are asked to forward a resume and cover letter detailing their suitability for the position by email jobs@philpottchildrenstennis.ca.  Please include Executive Director in the subject line.

 

We thank all applicants for their interest and will contact only those candidates whose skills and experience best match the requirements of the position. All applications will be treated in strict confidence. Doug Philpott Inner-City Children’s Tennis Fund is an equal opportunity employer. 


Job Title: Middle School Tennis Coach 

Location: Toronto (Bishop Strachan School) 

 

March 28, 2018 until May 24, 2018

Renowned for its expertise in the particular learning needs of girls, BSS offers a single-gender environment that helps girls achieve their best. Continually reaching forward, renewing itself and keeping time with the fast-paced changes and increasing demands of the complicated world its graduates will face, BSS believes girls can do anything and strives to give them the tools to achieve whatever dreams they conceive.

To support our mission of providing our students with the best educational experience, we strive for excellence in every facet of the organization – including providing a stimulating, creative and lively work environment. We are seeking an experienced and committed Tennis Coach with current NCCP coaching certification for our Middle School tennis team.

The Tennis Coach will run tryouts, select the teams, coach two or three practices per week and participate in approximately 5 to 7 games. The team will need to qualify for playoffs and the CISAA championship. The practice times will vary (before or after school), at either Bishop Strachan School or Winston Churchill Park.

Candidates should be committed to their teams and have superior coaching track records.  If interested, please forward a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at The Bishop Strachan School by email to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Middle School Tennis Coach in the subject line.

 

We thank all candidates in advance.

We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview.

We believe that diversity in our School fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment.

We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and

encourage all qualified applicants to apply.

Visit us at www.bss.on.ca

 

 


Job Title: Tennis Coach 

Location: Niagara-on-the-Lake

 

White Oaks Resort & Spa (Niagara-on-the-Lake) is looking to hire a tennis coach (progressive tennis).

 

Qualifications-

  • Tennis Canada Club Pro 1 or 2
  • Tennis Professional Association Member
  • Minimum of a 5.0 playing level
  • Experience in teaching Progressive Mini Tennis, Red, Orange and Green Dot Ball
  • Sound knowledge of the LTAD created by Tennis Canada
  • Strong interpersonal skills and communication skills along with good organizational and administrative skills
  • Ability to work with a wide range of Tennis player levels for both junior and adult members
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, etc.), strong computer, email and social media skills
  • Enthusiastic attitude, positive personality, approachable and friendly
  • Strong problem solving and customer service skills
  • Valid Driver’s License

 

Responsibilities-

The successful candidate will report directly to the Tennis Director and will be responsible for coaching  and promoting the junior and adult Tennis programs. The candidate will assist in recruitment of players for the White Oaks Junior Tennis Program; conducting private/semi-private and group lessons for both Junior and Adult members and assist in the organization of leagues, special events, interclub opportunities and tournaments when required by the Tennis Director. In addition, the successful candidate will be responsible for assisting the Tennis Director in various administrative duties as needed. This position is a full-time commission base, beginning on February 20, 2018. 

 

How to Apply:

Applicants can submit their resumes by mail to:

253 Taylor Road, SS4 Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, L0S 1J0

 

Or by fax to: 905-704-5627

 

Or submit a Word or Acrobat file via email to:

humanresources@whiteoaksresort.com

 

White Oaks is a leader in service excellence dedicated to improving human and business performance by providing innovative and sustainable experiences in an atmosphere of distinct luxury.

 

White Oaks Conference Resort & Spa is an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments. We will accommodate the needs of applicants under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process. Please advise the Human Resources Department if you require any accommodation throughout this process.

We thank all applicants.  However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 


Job Title: Assistant Pro (Part-Time) 

Location: Toronto

Part Time - Assistant Pro - April 1 to November 1, 2018.

 

Wanless Park Tennis Club is seeking two Club Pro 1’s to teach all levels of adult and junior players. With 600 adult and 500 junior members, we are an active club. The candidates must be team players who can support and model great teaching habits to a team of younger instructors. They will work closely with the Head Pro to strengthen our lesson experience. You will be required to teach mainly group lessons with opportunities to develop a private lesson cliental. Experience coaching junior/adult teams would be an asset.

 

We offer approximately 15 to 20 hours per week programming plus private lessons. Our season includes a 10 week after school spring program, 8 weekly summer camps, and an 8 week fall program. Programming details are outlined on our website WanlessTennis.com.

Central Toronto location near Yonge St. and Lawrence Ave. subway station.

 

Competitive hourly Compensation is based upon experience and certification level. 

 

Interested candidates please email Arthur Wolf at clubpro@wanlesstennis.com with your resume prior to February 28, 2018.


Job Title: Head Coach 

Location: London  

Total Tennis London at Greenhills is looking for a head coach.

Head Tennis Coach at a year round 11-court tennis facility offering pickleball and table tennis. 

Six indoor hard courts to be re-surfaced next September with 5 outdoor Har Tru clay courts.

Responsibilities include: provide group and private lessons to all ages and levels; promote memberships & club programs; recruit players, organize and run weekly club programs; strong understanding of club policies and procedures; oversee all tennis and sports camps (summer, march break & winter break); Supervision of clay court maintenance; Positive, motivational style on and off court; able to problem solve and handle challenges; excellent communicator with high integrity; ability to supervise assistant coaches; team player who can also work independently.

Preferred Certification: Tennis Canada Coach 1 or Club Pro 1 or higher.

Position start date: April, 2018

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: Dependent upon Experience

Apply by Email including cover letter to: bill@totaltennis.ca

 


Job Title: Court Monitor 

Location: Toronto  

Full and Part-time Court Monitor Positions - Valley Tennis Club - Toronto  

Valley Tennis Club is seeking self-motivated, enthusiastic full and part-time Court Monitors for weekends or weekdays from April 21st to October 8th. The weekend position is Saturdays and Sundays 9 am-5 pm and the weekday position is Monday-Friday from 3 pm/4 pm to 9 pm/10 pm (8 pm in late fall).   We are also looking for someone to work 1 day/week and/or fill in as needed.

Valley Tennis Club is a friendly, busy community tennis club in Toronto (near Yonge/York Mills) with 1000+ members, 5 hard courts, 2 practice walls and a bright clubhouse. 

Working independently, you will answer member inquiries in person and on the phone, manage court bookings, maintain the courts, clean the clubhouse, collect guest fees, put out the garbage, promote and help with events and much more!  No two days are the same keeping the job interesting, enjoyable and FUN!  The salary is $15/hour.

Job Perks: Can work outside all summer, free club membership, when not working you can play tennis and participate in social events and free parking nearby.

If you are 19 or older, passionate about tennis and …

  • offer excellent customer service;
  • have good computer skills;
  • are outgoing, enthusiastic, detailed oriented, self-motivated and a team player;
  • take initiative; and
  • are certified CPR/AED/First Aid trained or willing to take a CPR/AED/First Aid course

 

Then please email your resume and cover letter to info@valleytennisclub.com

Thanks for your interest in Valley Tennis Club. See the website www.valleytennisclub.com for more information on the club.

Valley Tennis Club thanks all interested applicants. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Satisfactory references, a satisfactory vulnerable sector police background check and CPR/First Aid/AED course will be required prior to employment.


Job Title: Assistant Racquets Coordinator 

Location: Toronto  

 

Donalda Golf & Country Club, founded in 1960, is a prestigious year round private club that offers a high standard of social, athletic and dining facilities to our members and their families.  We are located in central Toronto and accessible by TTC.

Our caring and attentive staff members are focused on providing authentic hospitality and meaningful experiences to each and every member and guest.   Our Club is a place where high expectations aren't just met they are exceeded by making our members and guests feel special.

We are seeking a dedicated, member service oriented professional to join the Racquets team as an Assistant Racquets Coordinator.  This is a permanent full time position with benefits requiring shift work which includes evenings and weekends and statutory holidays (32 hours per week).

If you are passionate about hospitality and take pride in offering exceptional service, we would love to have you be a part of the Donalda team!  Our staff members continue to aim higher and show they care about our members, guests and each other to ensure we achieve our goal of creating unforgettable service experiences. 

Whether you are looking for career opportunities, job enrichment or a supportive work environment; and if you are ready for this challenge, then we are ready for you.

Please "Apply Online" and tell us how you can contribute to our team’s success. 

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Assistant Racquets Administrator will perform his/her duties to help ensure the overall operation and management of the Racquets Department runs efficiently and productively to exceed member expectations. The incumbent is expected to provide administrative support to the Head Racquets Professional and monitor the service of the general tennis facilities in conjunction with the Racquets Coordinator.  Some of the duties and responsibilities are outlined below:

 

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide assistance to member questions in a courteous and professional manner
  • Assist with tennis and squash billings for the tennis department including lessons for tennis pros and squash pro, programs and events, tennis prizes, etc.
  • Work with our Head Racquets Professional to ensure all staff are equipped with the knowledge and equipment to perform their job properly and efficiently
  • Coordinate regular communications/meetings with tennis staff in coordination with the Head Professional to develop plans to improve the quality of service in the Racquets Department through innovative strategies
  • Assist with the registration of all tennis and squash events, programs and socials to ensure everything runs smoothly
  • Ensure that all service staff are informed about upcoming events or information members may request to ensure all staff is helpful to members
  • Maintain good communication between members and the Racquets Department by using various communication mediums including the Sundial, bulletin board, website, and social media
  • Assist with organizing the ladies’ and men’s team matches and practice
  • Handle tennis & squash court reservations for member’s games and keep the online booking system updated to reserve courts for tennis events, programs maintenance, etc. in advance
  • Assist members with booking tennis & squash lessons, answer questions and greet members in a friendly and outgoing manner
  • Ensure the office environment is well presented, and office supply inventory levels are appropriate
  • Perform any additional task as specified by the Head Racquets Professional

 

JOB SPECIFICATIONS/ QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

  • Completion of High School Education (Grade 12)  is required
  • Post-Secondary education is a related field is an asset and preferred
  • Degree or Certificate in Professional Tennis Management or Administration is an asset
  • Minimum  2 years’ experience in an administrative position preferably in a major tennis operation
  • Private club experience preferred
  • Ability to comprehend departmental accounting and budgetary processes, prepare, analyze and summarize event orders
  • Strong administrative and organizational skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Computer skills: Highly proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook) and the use of the internet
  • Minimum typing speed: 40 WPM
  • Able to work shifts - days, evenings, weekends, and statutory holidays
  • Must be able to work under pressure and under strict time constraints
  • Punctual and reliable
  • Well groomed, mannerly, co-operative and outwardly friendly (team oriented)

 

CONTRACT TERMS

  • Benefits:  Medical and Pension
  • 32 hours per week (varied shift work schedule)
  • Hourly Wage
  • Complimentary duty meals
  • Complimentary parking

 

Those individuals, who are interested in applying, please complete the Online Application form on our website at www.donaldaclub.ca.  Please do not send resumes without applying on our website.

No telephone calls please.

We thank all applicants for their interest and will only contact those selected for an interview.

Applicants who do not already have legal permission to work in Canada will not be considered.

Donalda Club is an equal opportunity employer. Accommodations for disabilities will be provided to support participation in all aspects of the recruitment process.

 


Job Title: Junior Instructor 

Location: Toronto  

The Glendon Athletic Club (GAC) in Toronto (Bayview and Lawrence Aves) requires a Junior Instructor for the 2018 summer tennis session (June, July and August).  The GAC offers a comprehensive junior program including summer camps and adult programming.   The Junior Instructor will work in a team to provide on and off court instruction to players of all skill levels in a camp format.

 

Qualifications:

  • Tennis Canada Coach Certification
  • Ability to teach/coach junior and adult players of all skill levels
  • Ability to follow direction and implement program content
  • Good communication skills
  • Good playing ability
  • Basic computer skills
  • Willingness to work flexible hours

 

Compensation:

Offering a competitive salary ($15-$17 per hour based on experience and job requirements).  Possible extra revenues generated through junior and adult private lessons.

 

Application Submissions: 

Applications including a resume and references should be submitted to the attention of Aaron Rodrigues, GAC Racquets Professional, at the following email address:  arodrigues@glendon.yorku.ca no later than Friday, March 15, 2018.

 


Hiring: Certified Teaching Professionals - Part Time 

Location: Richmond Hill Lawn Tennis Club - 161 Newkirk Rd   
Title: Tennis Coach

We are looking for coaches for weekday (4pm-7pm) and weekend (12-6pm) tennis lessons. 

You must be reliable, enthusiastic and able to teach children. 

Job duties:

  • Teaching Junior (primarily) and/or Adult weekday and weekend lessons - Spring & Summer
  • Depending on availability, coaches will receive 10-20 hours
  • Arrive 10 minutes early to ensure coaches are ready to begin lessons on time
  • Help clean up and put away equipment at the end of the day

 

Terms of Employment: Part Time - Late April to early September availability

Work Experience:

  • Previous coaching with junior and adult tennis players
  • Tennis Canada Instructor’s (or better) certificate required
  • Provide a current and clear vulnerable sector check, and child abuse registry check
  • OTA (or comparable) playing tennis experience preferred

 

Apply To: Greg Stoltz, Program Coordinator

Email: lessons@rhltc.ca


Job Title: JUNIOR CO-ORDINATOR & TENNIS COACH 

Location: NORTH TORONTO TENNIS CLUB (Avenue Road & Lawrence) 

Tenfit operating at the North Toronto Tennis Club is looking for experienced coaches with at least 5 years of experience to coach and assist in running all day to day activities associated with our Junior Programs.  Coaching group and private lessons, and the ability to manage our junior team tennis is a requirement.  There will be court monitoring obligations and other club social events associated with this position.

 

•             Candidates must have a recent Police Check

•             Must have Tennis Canada Certification

 

Please apply ASAP by e-mail to Mark Crone with a resume – Club Program Director -  mark@northtorontotennis.com

The job start date is April 15, 2018.  Potential candidates will be contacted.


Job Title: Club Pro 1 (Full-Time)

Location: Oshawa

Matchpoint Tennis (located in the Civic Dome in Oshawa) is looking to hire a CP1 for full –time work.  This will include approximately 15 hours in the pro shop and 20-25 hours on court each week. 

Responsibilities will include (but may not be limited to):

  • Teaching private lessons to adults and children (and high performance juniors)
  • Working in the pro shop

 

The suitable candidate will be flexible with his/her work schedule and must be available to work on weekends.

Previous experience working with high performance  juniors and knowledge of racquet stringing are assets.

Interested candidates need to send resumes to Mark Krycia at info@matchpointtennis.ca by January 5/’18.

Please note that applications will only be considered from those already living in Canada.

Only those selected for an interview will then be contacted.


Job Title: Assistant Tennis Professional

Location: Toronto 

 

North York Tennis Club

(Located 2 blocks North East of Yonge and Sheppard. www.nytc.ca)

 

Seeking:

Assistant Tennis Professional

 

The NYTC is looking for an enthusiastic Assistant Professional to coordinate and run Junior Programs at the NYTC. The Assistant Pro will also have the opportunity to teach private, semi-private and group lessons at the club.

 

Duration:

May 1st  – October 31st 2018

 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide instruction to Jr. Members of all levels
  • To coordinate and supervise Jr. Instructors in various the Junior Programs at the club
  • Coordinate and coach Junior Intercounty Team
  • Instruct and lead Summer Camp Program
  • Instruct Adult Member Lessons at the Club

 

Requirements:

  • Tennis Canada Club Pro Level 1
  • Enthusiasm for instructing children of all ages
  • Strong communication skills
  • Responsible
  • Police records check

 

Compensation:

Compensation is competitive and is based on experience and qualifications.

 

Submit Resume: Mark Connelly, Head NYTC Professional

clubpro@nytc.ca

 

Deadline for submission: April 1st, 2018


Job Title: Junior Instructor 

Location: Toronto 

 

North York Tennis Club

(Located 2 blocks North East of Yonge and Sheppard. (www.nytc.ca)

 

Seeking:

Junior Instructors

 

The NYTC is looking for enthusiastic Jr. Instructors to help staff our Afterschool Program, Jr. Intercounty Team and Summer Camp Programs.

 

Duration:

May 1st – August 31st 2018

 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide instruction to Jr. Members of all levels
  • To work within a set program of instruction with other Instructors

 

Requirements:

  • Entry level instructor - Certification necessary
  • Enthusiasm for instructing children of all ages
  • Strong communication skills
  • Responsible
  • Police records check

 

Compensation:

Compensation is competitive and is based on experience and qualifications.

 

Submit Resume: Mark Connelly, Head NYTC Professional

clubpro@nytc.ca

 

Deadline for submission: April 25th, 2018


Job Title: Assistant Coach

Location: Dunlace Park Tennis Club (Toronto) 

Responsibilities:

-       Provide instruction for Junior Programs, Summer Camps and Adult Clinics

-       To have working relationships with other instructors at the camp

 

Qualifications:

-       Previous Tennis Pro experience preferred

-       Must be an experienced player

-       Teaching Certification (Instructors or Club Pro 1)

-       Effective communication skills

-       Ability to work with a range of skill levels

 

Hours/Duration:

May 1st – September 2018

Are determined based on Junior Tennis Programs, Adult Programs and After School programs. Opportunity to teach private lessons as well.

 

Compensation: Will be determined based on background, experience & qualifications

 

Email resume to: info@dunlacetennis.com 

Deadline: February 27, 2018


Job Title: Summer Instructor/Coach 

Location: Woodeden Park, Mississauga (Lorne Park)

 

Tecumseh Tennis Club – TTC (Mississauga/Lorne Park area..West GTA) is a neighbourhood membership club with a friendly tennis & family atmosphere.

For the past 10 years, our Tennis Academy has run one of the best, and most consistent Junior Clinic, Summer Camp, and Adult Tennis School programs in the West End.

We are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated Coach/Instructors to help our team for 2018 and forward.

 

Job description: We are looking for 1 extra Coach/Instructor (full time Summer availability), and 1 Summer Coach/ Instructor for Camps (Mid June/July/ August) and for September.

Candidates must be energetic, committed & reliable! Have friendly attitude, love for teaching kids, and be an asset to our Junior program.

Job description includes:

- Teaching Junior after school, evening & weekend Clinics- Spring, Summer and Fall

- Teaching and coaching - Junior private Lessons

- Summer camps AM and PM (June to September)

- Run adult Round Robins and some Special events

 

Qualifications-  TPA- Tennis Canada/Progressive Tennis or Other certification Equivalent are preferred. Candidates attending TPA/OTA certification programs are welcome.

 

Remuneration-  is based on hourly fees for Clinics, Camps, Private Lessons, Round robins and Stringing.

 

Own Transportation/living in the Mississauga/ West end GTA area preferred.

Please email Resume to Miguel Cysneiros, TTC Tennis Director. m.cysneiros1@gmail.com ; www.tecumsehtennis.com .

We thank all applicants and appreciate your interest. Those with suitable qualifications will be contacted.

Job Type: Summer Part-time/ All Season Full time.


Job Title: Club Professionals and Progressive Tennis Coaches

Location: Oakville/Mississauga

Joshua Creek Tennis is a private tennis and golf facility located on the Oakville/ Mississauga border. We are currently searching for TPA certified Club Professionals and Progressive Tennis Coaches to join our team. We offer year-round adult and junior academy programs and a very popular summer camp. Our fast growing program caters to students of all levels, from beginner up to our new Elite academy.  The current hiring is for our Spring and Summer Academy programs but the successful candidate may have the opportunity to join our team on a year round basis.

Candidates for instructor level positions will be familiar with progressive tennis techniques, low compression balls, as well as junior nets. Coaches being considered for our Adult, High Performance and Elite level programs will require higher levels of certification, playing levels and experience to match the demands of the program.

After a successful 2017, our Academy is expanding in all areas, but particularly the High Performance and Elite levels. We need a number of qualified Club Professional Coaches to match the anticipated increase. If you have the experience and feel you fit the positive team oriented environment at Joshua Creek, we would love to hear from you.

 

Qualifications:

  • Minimum Club Professional 1 required for our High Performance and Elite Programs
  • Tennis Canada Level 1 & 2 Instructor Certification, or equivalent for our Junior Clinics
  • Excels in working with beginner and intermediate children
  • Ability to organize a safe and productive environment with for youth (ages 10 and under).
  • Friendly, energetic, punctual and reliable

 

Availability Requirements and Commitment:

  • Contract from April 30th 2018 -  August 2018
  • Weekday mornings, afternoons and weekend mornings
  • There is also an off court component, admin work, to help complement on court income (this can range from 5-10 hours a week)
  • Further enrollment will be considered upon the candidate’s experience and qualifications, but may include some admin hours to supplement the candidate’s income

 

Compensation will be based on the candidate’s qualifications and experience.

Please send your resume to Steve Theodoropoulos, Tennis Director at Joshua Creek, to apply: 

email@ Stevetheo37@gmail.com


Job Title: Head Instructor

Location: Toronto

2018 Philpott Children’s Tennis

Head Instructor Position Description

 

Normal Hours Worked: 8:45 am – 1:15 pm (rain or shine)

Seven Weeks    July 3 – August 17, 2018 inclusive (Monday to Friday)

(with the exception of August Civic holiday)

Position Summary

The Head Instructor’s primary responsibility is to design and administer a first class tennis program at their designated site in a professional, courteous and enthusiastic manner. For more information see our website at www.philpottchildrenstennis.ca

 

 Job Specification / Qualifications Required

 

  • Level 1 OTA Coaching Certificate (or equivalent)
  • Emergency First Aid certificate
  • High Five training
  • Volunteer or coaching experience in sport
  • Clean police reference check (provided by applicant upon job offer – please visit www.torontopolice.on.ca/recordsmanagement/clearance.php)
  • Sign a Philpott Risk Management Form (provided to applicant upon job offer)
  • Fluent in English, both oral and written
  • Strong leadership, communication, interpersonal and administrative skills
  • Neat appearance, willingness to conform to Philpott dress standards that includes tennis specific court shoes, Philpott shirts, and appropriate tennis shorts/warm up suits       

 

Send your resume to:     Info@philpottchildrenstennis.ca


Job Title: Assistant Instructor

Location: Toronto

2018 Philpott Children’s Tennis

Assistant Instructor Position Description

 

Normal Hours Worked: 8:45 am – 1:15 pm (rain or shine)

Seven Weeks    July 3 – August 17, 2018 inclusive (Monday to Friday)

(with the exception of August Civic holiday)

 

Position Summary

Assistant Instructor’s primary responsibility is to assist with design and execution of a first class tennis program at their designated site in a professional, courteous and enthusiastic manner. For more information see our website at www.philpottchildrenstennis.ca

 

Job Specification / Qualifications Required

  • Level 1 OTA Coaching Certificate (preferred)
  • Emergency First Aid certification
  • High Five training (preferred)
  • Volunteer or coaching experience in sport
  • Clean police reference check (provided by applicant upon job offer – please visit www.torontopolice.on.ca/recordsmanagement/clearance.php)
  • Sign a Philpott Risk Management Form (provided to applicant upon job offer)
  • First aid training desired
  • Fluent in English, both oral and written
  • Strong leadership, communication, interpersonal and administrative skills
  • Neat appearance, willingness to conform to Philpott dress standards that includes tennis specific court shoes, Philpott shirts, and appropriate tennis shorts/warm up suits

 

Send your resume to:     Info@philpottchildrenstennis.ca

 


Job Title: Head Tennis Pro

Location: Toronto

Thorncliffe Park Tennis Club (TPTC) is a seasonal community tennis club operating in the city of Toronto.

TPTC is looking to hire a Head Tennis Pro.

The courts are always active during weekday prime time hours and weekends as we are open in the evenings and weekends from mid-April until early October. During the week there is potential for a head pro to teach private tennis clinics and run daytime programs for members.

 

Job Responsibilities

  • Responsible for all Club tennis activity programming, including developing and promoting tennis programs for all age groups
  • Organize tennis clinics and private lessons that encourage participation in the Club's tennis activities
  • Promote tennis memberships to all potential prospects
  • Act as the Club's Tennis Ambassador to enhance the value of the Club
  • Maintain courts in a professional manner and ensure that the environment is safe for all those who use the facility
  •  Assist fellow employees, members and guests to ensure delivery of service without being directed
  • Co-ordinate and run team tryouts and practices
     

Job Requirements

  • Certified with a Coach Level 2 or higher
  • Able to coach and add value to all level of players, from beginners to 4.5+ players
  • Good communication skills, strong work ethic and team player
  • Availability to work/teach weekends

 

Compensation Arrangement

Based on qualifications and experience.

All applications/cover letter and resumes should be sent to Christine Barachina at info@tptc.ca

Application deadline is January 31st at Midnight.


 

Job Title: Club Pro/Manager

Location: Sudbury

The Sudbury Indoor Tennis Centre is accepting applications for the position of Club Pro/Manager.  Please send your resume and cover letter to SITCBoard@gmail.com.  Competition closes Friday, December 22, 2017.

 

Part-Time:  10 hours per week @$20/hr for administrative work and a minimum of 10 hours per week @ $24 hr when instructing (rates subject to review and hours of work can be increased as the Club’s instructional program expands)

 

Working under the general direction of the Board of the Sudbury Indoor Tennis Club as represented by the Club President, the Club Pro/Manager is responsible for leading tennis programs and membership services for a not-for-profit recreational tennis club. 

 

Specifically the Club Pro/Manager is responsible to:

  • Build relationships with Club Members, ensure positive customer and player experiences, promote active league play and provide regular communications. 
  • Develop and schedule instructional and skills development programs, using business case analysis for new program development. 
  • Lead by coaching with integrity, ensuring the physical and social safety of all participants, and creating a respectful environment that honours the sport of tennis.
  • Provide, or assign instructors to teach, private, semi-private and group lessons. Provide suggestions to students and new members as to appropriate levels and groups for league and personal playing time.
  • Provide and oversee customer service, and administrative services related to the issuance and renewal of memberships, booking and payment of courts and instructional time, and general club operations.
  • Supervise, schedule and direct instructional and front desk staff, ensuring that programs and services are provided to members in accordance with Club policies and goals.  Maintains employment related records in compliance with policy and legislation.
  • Serves as the staff lead for the Chelsea Online Court Reservation System/Point of Sale System.  Monitor and manage Club inventory and supplies.
  • Lead the Club’s social media presence with an emphasis on growing instructional programs, tennis leagues and recreational play and promoting Club activities.
  • Respond to member inquiries/complaints and escalate to the Board as required.
  • Direct staff in the reconciliation of financial transactions and preparation of bank deposits.  Approve invoices for payment by the Club’s bookkeeper.
  • Co-ordinates with the Operations Supervisor to ensure Courts and Clubhouse are maintained in support of safe tennis programs and positive member experiences.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Abilities:

  • Adhere at all times to National Coaching Certification Program Code of Ethics as found on the Tennis Canada website http://www.tpacanada.com/coaching-in-canada/becoming-a-coach/code-of-ethics.
  • Act as tennis advisor to the SITC Board, providing advice and recommendations on all tennis programming at SITC.
  • Communicate theoretical and practical components of tennis to all age groups and playing levels and promote the sport of tennis in the community.
  • Ability to assess and prepare individual written learning plans for identified high potential and competitive players and to set personal player goals for all private and semi-private lesson participants.  Comfortable conducting semi-annual parent/player meetings for identified junior program participants.
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to produce business case analysis of tennis programs to ensure the continued development and viability of the Club.
  • Strong conflict resolution and customer service skills.

 

Education and Experience:

  • Tennis Canada Club Pro 1 or higher (or equivalent).
  • College diploma in a related field, with at least three years of directly related experience OR at least five years of directly related experience.
  • A satisfactory vulnerable sector Police Check to be updated every two years while employed by SITC.

 


Job Title: Tennis Instructor

Location: Sudbury

The Sudbury Indoor Tennis Centre is accepting applications for Tennis Instructors.  Please send your resume and cover letter to SITCBoard@gmail.com

Competition closes Friday, December 22, 2017. Part-Time:  Hours as Assigned @ $24.00 per hour

 

Working under the general direction of the Board of the Sudbury Indoor Tennis Club as repr