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

 


CURRENT POSTINGS


Job Title: Administrative Co-ordinator, Player Development

Location: Toronto

The Ontario Tennis Association (OTA) is seeking a dedicated, outgoing and motivated individual who is interested in gaining relevant work experience in the non-profit sport sector. This position will appeal to students or graduates in a sport management or events management program.  The Player Development Administrative Coordinator’s primary responsibility is in collaborating with the OTA Player Development Team (Rankings Manager, Events Manager, Player Development Manager) in the preparation, administration and delivery of high-performance tournaments.

 

Key Duties:

  • Point of contact for Tournament Directors, players and parents for event-related enquiries/issues.
  • Input tournament data online to maintain an accurate and up-to-date event calendar.
  • Monitor event results and update on website.
  • Collaborate with Rankings Manager to update provincial ranking points and competitor standings.
  • Collect event entry fees and maintain accurate payment records.
  • Update social media to relay pertinent event info.
  • Manage registration desk for tournaments on-site.
  • Prepare and courier tennis equipment, prizing as needed; Maintain accurate inventory records and ensure proper storage.
  • Implement overrules and Failure-to-Play policies provided by Events Manager.
  • Support Player Development team via ongoing data collection for reporting purposes.
  • Oversee nominations for Fair Play Award recipients.
  • Support marketing staff on creative projects, as required.
  • Other duties as required.

 

Eligibility

  • Must be between 18 and 30 years of age at the start of employment.
  • Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident or a person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration & Refugee Protection Act for the duration of employment*.
  • Must have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations.
  • *International students are not eligible candidates.  International students include anyone who is temporarily in Canada for studies and who is not a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person who has been granted refugee status in Canada.

 

Qualifications

  • Friendly, energetic, punctual and reliable
  • Strong administrative and organizational skills
  • High level of attention to detail
  • Proficient in basic computer skills
  • Desire to work in a sport-related field
  • Knowledge of tennis is an asset.
  • Access to a vehicle is an asset.
  • Flexible schedule as programs occasionally run in the evenings and weekends.

 

Remuneration & Duration

This position is supported by the Canada Summer Jobs program and will pay a wage of $18/hour.

Start Date: Immediate

Job Duration: 8 weeks - 35 hours/week

 

How to Apply:

Please submit a resume and cover letter to Kartik Vyas, OTA Player Development Manager, at: kvyas@tennisontario.com

 

VIEW FULL JOB POSTING HERE

 


Job Title: Project Officer, Marketing & Communications

Location: Toronto

 

The Ontario Tennis Association (OTA) is seeking a dedicated, outgoing and motivated individual who is interested in gaining relevant work experience in the non-profit sport sector. This position will appeal to students or graduates of a sport management, event management or marketing/communications program. The primary responsibility of the Project Officer, Marketing & Communication, is in collaborating alongside OTA staff towards the promotion of community tennis programs and summer events.

 

Key Duties:

  • Point of contact for participants and parents for event-related enquiries/issues.
  • Input event and program info online to maintain accurate and up-to-date event calendar.
  • Collaborate with Marketing Manager on creative tasks (posters, brochures, branded items, web pages, etc.)
  • Collect event entry fees and maintain accurate payment records.
  • Compose vignettes summarizing notable activities for communiqués and weekly newsletter.
  • Update social media to relay pertinent event or program info.
  • Taking photos on site as needed.
  • Manage registration desk for special events on-site.
  • Prepare and courier tennis equipment, prizing as needed; Maintain accurate inventory records and ensure proper storage.
  • Ongoing data collection for reporting/archival purposes.
  • Support Player Development team to publicize notable high performance competitions and athletes.
  • Other duties as required.

 

Eligibility

  • Must be between 18 and 30 years of age at the start of employment.
  • Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident or a person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration & Refugee Protection Act for the duration of employment*.
  • Must have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations.
  • *International students are not eligible candidates.  International students include anyone who is temporarily in Canada for studies and who is not a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person who has been granted refugee status in Canada.

 

Qualifications

  • Friendly, energetic, punctual and reliable
  • Strong administrative and organizational skills
  • High level of attention to detail
  • Proficient in basic computer skills.
  • Desire to work in a sport-related field
  • Experience and/or interest in photography, web design, Adobe creative suite, is an asset.
  • Knowledge of tennis is an asset.
  • Access to a vehicle is an asset.
  • Flexible schedule as programs occasionally run in the evenings and weekends.

 

Remuneration & Duration

This position is supported by the Canada Summer Jobs program and will pay a wage of $18/hour.

Start Date: Immediate

Job Duration: 8 weeks - 35 hours/week

 

How to Apply:

Please submit a resume and cover letter to Joline Joseph, OTA Special Projects Manager, at: jjoseph@tennisontario.com

 

VIEW FULL JOB POSTING HERE

 


Job Title: Executive Director, Tennis BC

Location: Vancouver, BC

About Tennis BC
Tennis BC (TBC) is the provincial organization for providing the structure, programming, and framework to inspire and stimulate increased participation and excellence in the sport of tennis throughout British Columbia. The organization has developed strong, mutually supportive partnerships with Tennis Canada, regional tennis associations, corporate sponsors, and donors.

Position Overview
The Executive Director (ED) reports to the Board of Directors and has responsibility for providing overall leadership and vision for TBC’s staff as well as for the provincial tennis sector as a whole. The ED is a relationship builder, a visionary, a communicator, and a leader, responsible for the overall management of the organization. As an advocate for tennis in BC, the ED represents TBC by building strong relationships with the membership, government, external stakeholders, and partners to ensure TBC has a significant voice for tennis and sport in British Columbia.

The Person
Ideal Education, Experience and Skills:

  • An undergraduate and/or graduate degree 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 both recreational and high performance sport environments, with a priority given to tennis, including the role sports plays in the health agenda of the provicial government.
  • Experience managing an organization, department or division, and a thorough knowledge of not-for-profit management principles and governance practices, including proven experience working with volunteers.
  • Knowledge of provincial, national and international sport systems


This position has a competitive total compensation package. More information about the position is available from John McMurchy, Interim Executive Director, at jmcmurchy@gmail.com.

The closing date for applications is June 4, 2022 at 4:00 P.M. (PST). Qualified applicants are invited to apply in confidence by submitting a resume and cover letter to careers@tennisbc.org
 

VIEW FULL JOB POSTING HERE

 


Job Title: Head Coaches, Assistant Instructors (Multiple positions still available - Part Time)

Location: Ottawa

Capital Kids is a recreational community outreach program that offers low-cost tennis lessons across the Ottawa region to children aged 6 to 15 on community tennis courts. Lessons will take place in various neighborhoods in which social and economic challenges make tennis an inaccessible sport. The program will run from May to August.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Certified Tennis Instructor (minimum OTA Instructor Level 1)
  • Familiar with the principles of Progressive Tennis (Kids’ Tennis)
  • Experience working with young children
  • Previous coaching/tennis instruction experience
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of progressive tennis development.
  • Provides a current vulnerable sector screening
  • Self-motivated, independent, and able to appropriately follow direction
  • Access to a vehicle is beneficial
  • Having current CPR and First Aid certification is beneficial

 

COMPENSATION: $28/hour (Head Coaches); $18/hour (Assistant Instructors)

Please submit your resume and cover letter via email to capitalkidstennis@gmail.com.

 

View HEAD COACH full job posting here | View ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR job posting here

 


Job Title: Summer Camp Instructor

Location: Toronto (Davisville Tennis Club)

Davisville Tennis Club is seeking a Summer Camp Instructor to work from mid-June to September.

 

Requirements/Qualifications:

-minimum Instructor certificate (equivalent)

-current and up to date TPA Certified with insurance proof (mandatory)

-experience coaching juniors of all ages

-up to date Vulnerable Sector Police Background/Criminal Check

-current First Aid/CPR

-friendly, caring, outgoing, punctual, reliable, willingness to improve and be on court for multiple hours 

 

Please send resume and cover letter to Brian Ahlberg, headpro@davisvilletennisclub.com

 

VIEW FULL JOB POSTING HERE

 


Job Title: Tennis Professional

Location: Toronto

The Supreme Court Toronto, located at Victoria Park and Sheppard, is actively seeking a Tennis Professional to assist with Adult Group and Private lessons.

The role of the Tennis Professional will be to coach in adult group lessons offered through the club as well as offer private tennis instruction to our tennis membership. These hours will generally take place in prime times between 6:00pm – 10:00pm on weekdays and various times on weekends.

The ideal candidate is or has…

- Club Professional 1 certification or higher.
- Active member of the TPA.
- Is outgoing, friendly, and encouraging.
- Has a flexible schedule in prime times.
- Organised, a great communicator and willing to continue to develop their on-court coaching skills.
 

Compensation for this position is based on certification. We anticipate between 10-15 hours of sub contracted work per week. This role is scheduled to begin immediately.

Interested candidates should email resumes to Alastair Millar at tennis@thesupremecourt.ca. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have questions!

 


Job Title: Assistant Intructors and/or OTA Tournament Referees

Location: Toronto

Charlottetown TC, a community club in the Scarborough Region (STF), is looking for one or more Assistant Instructors and/or OTA Tournament Referees to join our staff in the 2022 season. Our club has experienced a high amount of membership growth and program participation during the Covid-19 pandemic, and we aim to increase our footprint in the community further in 2022. Between lessons and tournaments, the successful candidate/s can net up to 20+ hours per week from May-October, with the possibility of more hours gained through private lessons with members, and year-round employment through our successful Winter program.

 

We are preferably looking for candidates with the following attributes:

 

- TPA Certified Instructor in good standing with a recent, clear Vulnerable Sector Screening and/or Police background check, as well as Emergency First Aid Certification

- Enthusiastic, outgoing, and confidently able to explain, and deliver programs to a variety of club members, including Progressive (Kids) Tennis for kids 4-14 years old

- Punctual, always set-up and ready to teach at the designated lesson time

- Able to work independently or as part of a team, reporting to the Club Pro

- Basic Computer knowledge (i.e., Word, Excel)

- Access to own vehicle strongly preferred

- Solid knowledge of OTA Tournament rules and protocol (training provided if needed)

- Flexible availability (most hours are during evenings and weekends)

 

Remuneration is an hourly rate, competitive with market norms and will be commensurate with the successful candidate’s experience and qualifications. Tentative start date.

 

To apply for this position, please send your resume, along with 2 references, to Club Pro, Adam Weatherby – Juniors@charlottetowntennisclub.com or adam.weatherby.12@gmail.com

 


Job Title: Clubhouse Assistant (Part-time)

Location: Toronto (East York Tennis Club)

The East York Tennis Club [EYTC] is a seasonal community tennis club with 5 hard courts located in a lovely residential neighborhood in Toronto. The club was first established in 1950. In recent years EYTC has seen a significant growth in the membership and programs. There are more than 400 Adult and 300 Junior members and a waiting list of over 800. The club is looking for an administrative support role to support the needs of the membership, the Executive and the community (clubhouse assistant). The ideal candidate will be committed to the opportunity of working at the club for the season.

Key Responsibilities
This role is part-time and covers 3 key areas to service EYTC members:

  1. Court Monitoring and On-site member support
  2. Clubhouse Ground and Court Daily Upkeep
  3. Back End and administrative support – for the Pro-team and EYTC committee

 

With EYTC support, the Club-House Assistant role will undergo a Police Check/Vulnerable Sector Check. Interested candidates need to apply to info@eastyorktennisclub.com

 

VIEW FULL JOB POSTING HERE

 


Job Title: Club Manager

Location: Toronto (East York Tennis Club)

The East York Tennis Club [EYTC] is looking for a Club Manager to look after the needs of the membership, the Pro-team, the Executive and the community. The ideal candidate will be committed to the opportunity to build a strong relationship with the club and work at the club for multiple seasons.


Key Responsibilities
This role is an on-site seasonal full-time role with part-time off-season hours required - work schedule and work hours are flexible and negotiable.

  1. General
  2. Club Administration
  3. Building & Grounds
  4. Event Management Support
  5. Communication

 

Timing
The position of Manager is seasonal, requiring full-time (40 hours per week) involvement for six months of the year (mid-April through October) with minimal (five hours or less per week) involvement during the off-season (generally February through March). Club hours fall within the timeframe of 7:00 am to 11:00 pm, seven days per week. Required to work some weekends and weeknights.

Conditions of Employment
With EYTC support, the Club Manager role is expected to achieve valid First Aid certification, such as Emergency First Aid CPR A + AED, or equivalent and undergo a Police Check / Vulnerable Sector Check.


Interested candidates need to apply to info@eastyorktennisclub.com

VIEW FULL JOB POSTING HERE

 


Job Title: Instructors

Location: Toronto

Job Description: The Instructors will be available for the 2022 fall outdoor tennis season and will report to the Head Tennis Professional for the season beginning in September and ending in early November. The ideal candidates will have an important role within the coaching team and should embody a passion for tennis, work well within a team environment as well as have the ability to work independently, have a strong work ethic with a flexible schedule to coach weekday afternoons and weekends, good communication/interpersonal skills with all age groups, ability to follow instructions, shows a desire and ability to improve the coaching standards and a track record of having a positive effect on members’ lives. Preference will be given to those with experience and aptitude, coaching female players.

Our immediate need is for instructors to work from 4 – 6 pm Sundays to Thursdays from September 5 to October 28, 2022. This would also be an audition for additional work in the 2023 season. Private lessons to members are also available.

Requirements/Qualifications:

minimum Certified Instructor/ Club Pro 1
current and up to date TPA Certified with insurance proof (mandatory)
experience coaching both adults and juniors is an asset
up to date Vulnerable Sector Police Background/Criminal Check
current First Aid/CPR
friendly, caring, outgoing, punctual, reliable, willingness to improve and be on court all day
flexibility to coach daytime, nights, and weekends
ability to play with all levels up to 4.5

 

Please send your CV as well as any references by July 1st to: Arthur Wolf clubpro@wanlesstennis.com.

 

VIEW FULL JOB POSTING HERE

 


Job Title: Full Time Summer Tennis Pro

Location: Toronto

The Royal Canadian Yacht Club is looking for a full-time summer Tennis Teaching Pro / Tennis Instructor to teach tennis camp for 11 weeks on our Island location in Toronto. Tennis Camps begin the week of June 20th and run till September 2nd. There is also amble opportunity to teach private lessons and clinics. Lesson and clinics could start immediately.

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Coach Junior Tennis Camp-8:30am-3:30pm Monday to Friday (mid June to end of August)
  • Provide private lessons/clinics to Adult and Junior members

 

Requirements: 

  • Minimum TPA Instructor certification.
  • Experience coaching both adults and juniors
  • Vulnerable Sector Police Background/Criminal Check
  • Current First Aid/CPR
  • Ability to play with all levels up to 3.5

 

Please send resume to Sports Director Taylor Fawcett at taylor.fawcett@rcyc.ca

 


Job Title: Assistant Tennis Teaching Pro / Tennis Instructor

Location: Markham & North York

Mayfair Clubs are looking for an Assistant Tennis Teaching Pro / Tennis Instructor to provide Tennis lessons/ private or group to adults/kids of all levels and abilities based on program requirements.at our Mayfair Parkway (Markham) and West (North York) location.

Responsibilities: 

Coach Junior and Adult players of all levels 
Coaching includes Adult and High Performance Youth Programming 
Assists in Program development and promotion 
Works directly with the Head of Tennis
 

APPLY HERE: https://www.mayfairclubs.com/tennis-instructor-parkway-west/

VIEW FULL JOB POSTING HERE

 


Job Title: Tennis Instructor

Location: Whitby/Oshawa

Matchpoint Tennis (Whitby/Oshawa) is looking to hire a certified Tennis Instructor with previous tennis experience who can teach children and adults. The individual needs to be available during the day for the months of July and August.

The successful candidate must provide a current police check.

Please contact Mark at Matchpoint Tennis (matchpoint.tennis@rogers.com) ASAP if you are interested and/or require more information.

 


Job Title: Assistant Tennis Professional

Location: Muskoka

Windermere Golf & C.C. is a private golf and tennis club located in Muskoka on beautiful Lake Rosseau.   We are currently seeking a dynamic individual to join our staff as the assistant tennis professional. Employment will run from June to Labour Day, 2022. Start and finish dates have some flexibility.

Responsibilities will include but are not limited to working with and assisting the Tennis Director in the following areas:

  • Junior Camps & Clinics
  • Adult Clinics – All Levels
  • Private Lessons
  • Tennis & Pickleball Special Events
  • Assist with Club Tournaments
  • Play in as required in adult round robins & social play
  • Will work with the Tennis Director and independently

Interested applicants please send your CV and references to Patti Henderson, Director of Tennis, Patti@windermeregolf.ca

 

VIEW FULL JOB POSTING HERE

 


Job Title: (3 positions available) Teaching Pro; Summer Camp Director; Next Level Summer Camp Director

Location: Kingston

The Kingston Tennis Club offers the following job opportunities for the 2022 Season. The KTC is a beautiful, friendly, busy club, with a thriving membership and strong demand for lessons, camps and programs. 

 

Title: Teaching Pro

Job Description: Provide private and small group instruction to junior and adult members, and assist the delivery of Noble Tennis School programs, working closely with NTS Director Tony Roth. The teaching pro position may be combined with the role of Camp Director for the regular KTC Camp or the Next Level (Advanced) Camp, depending on qualifications and availability. Additional activities, such as directing KTC tournaments, may also be applicable.     

Employment Dates: Negotiable - commencing as early as May 1 and running as late as the club closing in October. 

Requirements: Suitable qualifications, experience, playing ability, professionalism and personality to work with a wide variety of ages and levels, strong leadership and communication skills.  

Remuneration: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Application: Please submit resume with references to tony_roth@kingstontennisclub.com

 

Title: Summer Camp Director

Job Description: The camp is for ages 7-14, from beginner to low intermediate levels. In addition to leading on and off-court activities during the camp, the Director is responsible for camp organization, administration and communications. The Camp Director will work with Tony Roth of the Noble Tennis School on the development and delivery of the camp curriculum. Depending on candidate qualifications and availability, employment may include additional private teaching of KTC members and Noble Tennis Programs.

Employment Dates: The Camp runs for 9 weeks from July 4, employment can commence in May or June for camp preparation and additional teaching activities and may continue through the Fall until club closing in October. 

Requirements: Suitable qualifications, experience, professionalism and personality to work with a wide variety of people, strong leadership and communication skills.  

Remuneration: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. 

Application: Please submit resume with references to tony_roth@kingstontennisclub.com  

 

Title: Next Level Summer Camp Director

Job Description: This camp is for minimum low Intermediate players, training includes coached match play, video analysis, off court fitness and tennis classroom. In addition to leading on and off-court activities during the camp, the Director is responsible for camp organization, administration and communications. The Camp Director will work with Tony Roth of the Noble Tennis School on the development and delivery of the camp curriculum. Depending on candidate qualifications and availability, employment includes additional private teaching of KTC members and Noble Tennis Programs. 

Employment Dates: The Camp runs 9 weeks from July 4, employment can commence in May or June for camp preparation and additional teaching duties and can run through the Fall until club closing in October. 

Requirements: Suitable qualifications, experience and ability to provide effective training for players beyond the beginner level.    

Application:  Please submit resume with references to tony_roth@kingstontennisclub.com

 


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