|Tennis in Nova Scotia Employment Opportunities
East Hants Tennis Club
The Head Tennis Instructor / Program Coordinator must play a reasonably high level of tennis, enjoy working with kids, be organized, passionate about tennis, and be attending university in the fall.
This person will develop, coordinate and coach all aspects of Kids Tennis and Adult Lessons, Tournaments and other Events. The Head Tennis Instructor / Program Coordinator will work with a Junior Coach.
* Develop, implement and coordinate innovative junior and adult programming aligned with Tennis NS
and Tennis Canada Curriculum
* Build new club membership
* Coordination of all competitive events
* Tennis Canada Certified Instructor/ Coach Certification
(or be willing to complete – club will cover cost)
Must attend the Spring Coaches Workshop by Tennis NS June 30th 10:30-1:30, Links at Brunello.
Tennis NS Technical Director will provide support to Instructor through resources and consultation.
8 Week Term Position starting July 3 2018
37.5 hours per week
$18 per hour
Application Closes on May 31st 2018
Email application to EastHantsTennis@gmail.com
Only successful applicants will be contacted.
Tennis Time is looking for a Tennis Canada certified experienced tennis instructor. Must have their own transportation. 17-30 dollars an hour based on experience, evenings/weekends/weekly and monthly contract work. Applications can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Chester Tennis Club
Chester Tennis Club is looking for an experienced Head Instructor. They would be responsible for programming, junior lessons, adult lessons and running fun tournaments / informal opportunities to have organized play.
This would be a 40 hour a week job with opportunities for more hours if desired and to teach private lessons. Wage is negotiable.
Interested coaches please contact Lesek Demont at email@example.com
The Gordon Hughes Tennis Club – Windsor, NS is seeking a Tennis Coach for their Junior Program for 2018.
The Head Coach’s primary responsibility is to implement weekly tennis lessons for children ages 5-16 years of age, organize and assist with rookie and provincial tournaments. Location in Windsor, NS. The Head Instructor must possess strong leadership skills in motivating and supporting an assistant coach, volunteers and participants. This is an 8-9 week program that starts on June 25th and will end in late August. Coaches will receive 35 hours per week. Compensation will be determined based on experience.
Send Resume To:
Shirley Drake, President. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 902-792-8555 (cell) We thank all applicants – only those selected for an interview will be contacted.