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Assistant Coach

Placed: 15 May 2024

Overview

Smart Tennis Academy is looking for a motivated, reliable, enthusiastic and energetic tennis coach to join our team Smart Tennis Academy at Daisy Hill.

Offering for 15 hours of coaching a week and always have a chance to build up more.

First Aid certificate, Working with Children Check and National Police Check required. Experience is required.

Must be a Tennis Australia coach member and have own transport.

Please be aware that only applications from candidates with a right to work in Australia will be considered for this role.

Location

Employment Status

Smart Tennis Academy, Daisy Hill Part Time

Start Date

Applications Close

20 May 2024 31 December 2024

Qualifications

Junior Development Coach.
Must be a Tennis Australia coach member or be able to provide proof of adequate insurance, qualification, Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.

Apply/Contact

All interested coaches please apply to Mary Karabiyikoglu, Administrator.
E: [email protected]
T:0451 438 394

Assistant Coach

Placed: 2 May 2024

Overview

KO Tennis is looking for an energetic and passionate tennis coach to become a part of their existing coaching team.

Successful applicant needs to be:

  • Responsible
  • Punctual
  • Reliable
  • Coach unsupervised

Starting with around 15 hours of coaching a week, for the right person hours can be built up very quickly. Working Monday to Friday and Saturday mornings, as well as Holiday programs.

First Aid certificate, Working with Children Check and National Police Check required.

Must have own transport.

Please be aware that only applications from candidates with a right to work in Australia will be considered for this role.

Location

Employment Status

Mudgeeraba Tennis Club, Gold Coast Casual

Start Date

Applications Close

13 May 2024 19 June 2024

Qualifications

Junior Development Coach.
Must be a Tennis Australia coach member or be able to provide proof of adequate insurance, qualification, Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.

Apply/Contact

All interested coaches please apply to Kel O, Owner/Operator.
E: [email protected]
T: 0478 682 682

Tennis Coach/Manager

Placed: 16 April 2024

Overview

We are seeking a full time tennis coach/manager to manage the tennis operations of Bounce Sports. This includes:

  • Class scheduling
  • Delivery of all coaching programs from Hotshots, adult coaching, cardio tennis
  • Client communication
  • Client management
  • Business development

About you:

  • Must have First Aid, Blue card, insurance
  • Drivers license and vehicle ( as there is a little bit of travel)
  • Self motivated and can work by yourself
  • Experienced in delivering coaching to all ages, abilities including cardio tennis
  • Energetic, engaging and compassionate

We are seeking a committed tennis coach who is motivated and regards tennis coaching as ‘their job’.

Salary/ wage to be negotiated for the right candidate. Bonus payment plans available. An opportunity to grow the business and be rewarded for it. This is an opportunity for a coach to essentially operate their own coaching business, with remuneration incentives (profit sharing) in place.

Please be aware that only applications from candidates with a right to work in Australia will be considered for this role.

Location

Employment Status

Thorneside Tennis Centre Full Time

Start Date

Applications Close

1 June 2024 1 September 2024

Qualifications

Junior Development Coach.
Must be a Tennis Australia coach member or be able to provide proof of adequate insurance, qualification, Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.

Apply/Contact

All interested coaches please apply to Rob Pentecost, Owner.
E:  [email protected]
T: 0403 832 531

Assistant Coach

Placed: 11 April 2024

Overview

Assisting coaching primary school children Monday, Tuesday, Thursday afternoons 3 to 3.50pm in school terms, preferably live inner city northside Brisbane.

Please be aware that only applications from candidates with a right to work in Australia will be considered for this role.

Location

Employment Status

St.Agatha’s School, Crombie Street, Clayfield QLD 4011 Casual

Start Date

Applications Close

15 April 2024 21 June 2024

Qualifications

No minimum required.
Must be a Tennis Australia coach member or be able to provide proof of adequate insurance, qualification, Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.

Apply/Contact

All interested coaches please apply to Sandra Field, Head Coach.
E: [email protected]
T: 0456 601 197

National Wheelchair Coach

Placed: 8 April 2024

Overview

It is an exciting time for Tennis in Australia and we have ambitious plans to continue to grow the game from grassroots through to high performance. Our Performance team is focused to become global leaders in Players with Disability tennis. Together, we’re creating an inclusive, high-performance environment where players with disability thrive in tennis. To help us achieve our plans we are looking for a National Wheelchair Coach to join our team!

We will consider applicants from all states and territories.

About the role

Reporting to the Head of Players with Disability, The National Wheelchair Coach is responsible for the holistic development of select Australian wheelchair tennis players. Central to the role, the National Wheelchair Coach will oversee the daily training environment and tournament schedules of assigned players nationally. This will include daily on-court training with players in their home state, and daily/weekly touch points with select players in other states.

In this role you will:

  • Deliver professional on-court coaching for all assigned wheelchair athletes (private and group as needed) in their home state.
  • Oversee the training and competition schedules for assigned athletes.
  • Collaborate with each assigned player and their private coach to create an appropriate touring schedule.
  • Provide professional coaching and support services for touring athletes (nationally and internationally).
  • Support the development of a talent ID strategy to ensure a pipeline of players throughout the pathway.
  • In conjunction with other stakeholders, select Australian representative teams.
  • In collaboration with the Coach team, increase the awareness and development of the private coach network in wheelchair tennis coaching.
  • Deliver coaching workshops on wheelchair tennis where required.

About you

What you will bring to the role:

  • High Performance coaching qualifications or willing/ability to attain (essential)
  • Strong leadership skills and experience
  • Proven ability to develop and implement a high-performance tennis program and environment for developmental and elite tennis athletes
  • Extensive experience coaching tennis at an elite national or international level and a successful track record
  • Past playing experience at the elite international level (preferred)
  • Alignment with the Tennis values of Excellence, Humility, Collaboration and Imagination
  • You must hold (or be willing to obtain) a current Police Check and Working with Children Check

What’s to love

  • Tickets to the Australian Open & Superbox tickets to concerts and events at Rod Laver & Melbourne Arena
  • Career development with a range of formal education and on the job training opportunities
  • Monthly health & wellbeing activities through our Serving Your Health program
  • Flexible working practices
  • Salary packaging
  • A range of discounts from our sponsorship partners

Employment Status

Applications Close

Full Time 14 April 2024

Qualifications

High Performance Coach
Must be a Tennis Australia coach member or be able to provide proof of adequate insurance, qualification, Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.

Apply/Contact

If you think you’re up to the challenge, we’d love to hear from you! A copy of the position description can be found here. Please submit your resume and cover letter via our online application system. Please note, only applications submitted through our system will be considered.

Players with Intellectual Impairment & Deaf/Hard of Hearing National Coach

Placed: 8 April 2024

Overview

It is an exciting time for Tennis in Australia and we have ambitious plans to continue to grow the game from grassroots through to high performance. Our Performance team is focused to become global leaders in Players with Disability tennis. Together, we’re creating an inclusive, high-performance environment where players with disability thrive in tennis.  To help us achieve our plans we are looking for a Players with Intellectual Impairment (PWII) and Deaf/Hard of Hearing (DHOH) National Coach to join our team!

We will consider applicants from all states and territories.

About the role

The Players with Intellectual Impairment (PWII) and Deaf/Hard of Hearing (DHOH) National Coach is tasked with overseeing the development, performance, and selection of PWII and DHOH players on both national and international stages. This coach is required to integrate tennis expertise with a profound understanding of intellectual disabilities, Autism, and deafness in order to optimise each player’s potential. Additionally, the role involves the formulation of a comprehensive PWII and DHOH talent identification strategy, aimed at ensuring a steady stream of players progress through the pathways. This strategy is geared towards achieving the overarching objective of consistently producing world #1 PWII and DHOH players year-on-year.

In this role you will:

  • Create a strategy to identify talented PWII and DHOH players nationwide.
  • Serve as the head coach for Australian representative events.
  • In consultation with the Head of PWD, Talent Development Manager – Tennis Inclusion (PWII And DHOH) and other key stakeholders, determine player selections for Australian representative events ensuring fairness, transparency and collaboration.
  • With the support of the Talent Development Manager – Tennis Inclusion (PWII And DHOH), ensure all logistics for each squad are arranged including (but not limited to) player registration, coach contract, coach hire, balls etc.
  • Support the development and upskilling of TA and private coaches working with PWII and DHOH players.
  • Meet with all Australian representative potential players and their private coaches bi-annual (at a minimum) to support training and competition schedules.

About you

What you will bring to the role:

  • High Performance coaching qualifications or willing/ability to attain (essential)
  • Strong leadership skills and experience
  • Proven ability to develop and implement a high-performance tennis program and environment for developmental and elite tennis athletes
  • Extensive experience coaching tennis at an elite national or international level and a successful track record
  • Past playing experience at the elite international level (preferred)
  • Alignment with the Tennis values of Excellence, Humility, Collaboration and Imagination
  • You must hold (or be willing to obtain) a current Police Check and Working with Children Check

What’s to love

  • Tickets to the Australian Open & Superbox tickets to concerts and events at Rod Laver & Melbourne Arena
  • Career development with a range of formal education and on the job training opportunities
  • Monthly health & wellbeing activities through our Serving Your Health program
  • Flexible working practices
  • Salary packaging
  • A range of discounts from our sponsorship partners

Employment Status

Applications Close

Full Time 14 April 2024

Qualifications

High Performance Coach
Must be a Tennis Australia coach member or be able to provide proof of adequate insurance, qualification, Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.

Apply/Contact

If you think you’re up to the challenge, we’d love to hear from you! A copy of the position description can be found here. Please submit your resume and cover letter via our online application system. Please note, only applications submitted through our system will be considered.

Blind/Low Vision (BLV) and Alternative Disability Pathways National Coach

Placed: 8 April 2024

Overview

It is an exciting time for Tennis in Australia and we have ambitious plans to continue to grow the game from grassroots through to high performance. Our Performance team is focused to become global leaders in Players with Disability tennis. Together, we’re creating an inclusive, high-performance environment where players with disability thrive in tennis.  To help us achieve our plans we are looking for a Blind/Low Vision (BLV) & Alternative Disability Pathways National Coach to join our team!

We will consider applicants from all states and territories.

About the role

Reporting to the Head of Players with Disability, The Blind/Low Vision (BLV) and Alternative Disability Pathways National Coach is tasked with the development, performance, and selection of BLV players on both national and international platforms. Additionally, the role will be charged with keeping abreast of emerging disability tennis pathways globally, with a focus on positioning Australia as a leader in this field. Integral to the role is the creation of a comprehensive BLV talent identification strategy aimed at fostering a continuous stream of players through these pathways. This strategy is designed to align closely with the overarching objective of achieving and maintaining a world #1 BLV player and ensuring Australia ranks #1 in international BLV medals year-on-year.

In this role you will:

  • Create a strategy to identify talented BLV players nationwide
  • Serve as the head coach for Australian representative events.
  • With support from the Talent Development Manager – Tennis Inclusion (Wheelchair and BLV ), develop and lead Australian representative camps.
  • Support the development and upskilling of TA and private coaches working with BLV players.
  • Advocate for the inclusion of growing disability pathways in Australia with the focus of being trailblazers in the PWD space globally.
  • In consultation with the Head of Players with Disability, Talent Development Manager – Tennis Inclusion (Wheelchair and BLV) and other key stakeholders, determine player selections for Australian representative events ensuring fairness, transparency and collaboration.

About you

What you will bring to the role:

  • High Performance coaching qualifications or willing/ability to attain (essential)
  • Strong leadership skills and experience
  • Proven ability to develop and implement a high-performance tennis program and environment for developmental and elite tennis athletes
  • Extensive experience coaching tennis at an elite national or international level and a successful track record
  • Past playing experience at the elite international level (preferred)
  • Alignment with the Tennis values of Excellence, Humility, Collaboration and Imagination
  • You must hold (or be willing to obtain) a current Police Check and Working with Children Check

What’s to love

  • Tickets to the Australian Open & Superbox tickets to concerts and events at Rod Laver & Melbourne Arena
  • Career development with a range of formal education and on the job training opportunities
  • Monthly health & wellbeing activities through our Serving Your Health program
  • Flexible working practices
  • Salary packaging
  • A range of discounts from our sponsorship partners

Employment Status

Applications Close

Full Time 14 April 2024

Qualifications

High Performance Coach
Must be a Tennis Australia coach member or be able to provide proof of adequate insurance, qualification, Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.

Apply/Contact

If you think you’re up to the challenge, we’d love to hear from you! A copy of the position description can be found here. Please submit your resume and cover letter via our online application system. Please note, only applications submitted through our system will be considered.

National Wheelchair Coach

Placed: 8 April 2024

Overview

It is an exciting time for Tennis in Australia and we have ambitious plans to continue to grow the game from grassroots through to high performance. Our Performance team is focused to become global leaders in Players with Disability tennis. Together, we’re creating an inclusive, high-performance environment where players with disability thrive in tennis. To help us achieve our plans we are looking for a National Wheelchair Coach to join our team!

We will consider applicants from all states and territories.

About the role

Reporting to the Head of Players with Disability, The National Wheelchair Coach is responsible for the holistic development of select Australian wheelchair tennis players. Central to the role, the National Wheelchair Coach will oversee the daily training environment and tournament schedules of assigned players nationally. This will include daily on-court training with players in their home state, and daily/weekly touch points with select players in other states.

In this role you will:

  • Deliver professional on-court coaching for all assigned wheelchair athletes (private and group as needed) in their home state.
  • Oversee the training and competition schedules for assigned athletes.
  • Collaborate with each assigned player and their private coach to create an appropriate touring schedule.
  • Provide professional coaching and support services for touring athletes (nationally and internationally).
  • Support the development of a talent ID strategy to ensure a pipeline of players throughout the pathway.
  • In conjunction with other stakeholders, select Australian representative teams.
  • In collaboration with the Coach team, increase the awareness and development of the private coach network in wheelchair tennis coaching.
  • Deliver coaching workshops on wheelchair tennis where required.

About you

What you will bring to the role:

  • High Performance coaching qualifications or willing/ability to attain (essential)
  • Strong leadership skills and experience
  • Proven ability to develop and implement a high-performance tennis program and environment for developmental and elite tennis athletes
  • Extensive experience coaching tennis at an elite national or international level and a successful track record
  • Past playing experience at the elite international level (preferred)
  • Alignment with the Tennis values of Excellence, Humility, Collaboration and Imagination
  • You must hold (or be willing to obtain) a current Police Check and Working with Children Check

What’s to love

  • Tickets to the Australian Open & Superbox tickets to concerts and events at Rod Laver & Melbourne Arena
  • Career development with a range of formal education and on the job training opportunities
  • Monthly health & wellbeing activities through our Serving Your Health program
  • Flexible working practices
  • Salary packaging
  • A range of discounts from our sponsorship partners

Employment Status

Applications Close

Full Time 14 April 2024

Qualifications

High Performance Coach
Must be a Tennis Australia coach member or be able to provide proof of adequate insurance, qualification, Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.

Apply/Contact

If you think you’re up to the challenge, we’d love to hear from you! A copy of the position description can be found here. Please submit your resume and cover letter via our online application system. Please note, only applications submitted through our system will be considered.

Players with Intellectual Impairment & Deaf/Hard of Hearing National Coach

Placed: 8 April 2024

Overview

It is an exciting time for Tennis in Australia and we have ambitious plans to continue to grow the game from grassroots through to high performance. Our Performance team is focused to become global leaders in Players with Disability tennis. Together, we’re creating an inclusive, high-performance environment where players with disability thrive in tennis.  To help us achieve our plans we are looking for a Players with Intellectual Impairment (PWII) and Deaf/Hard of Hearing (DHOH) National Coach to join our team!

We will consider applicants from all states and territories.

About the role

The Players with Intellectual Impairment (PWII) and Deaf/Hard of Hearing (DHOH) National Coach is tasked with overseeing the development, performance, and selection of PWII and DHOH players on both national and international stages. This coach is required to integrate tennis expertise with a profound understanding of intellectual disabilities, Autism, and deafness in order to optimise each player’s potential. Additionally, the role involves the formulation of a comprehensive PWII and DHOH talent identification strategy, aimed at ensuring a steady stream of players progress through the pathways. This strategy is geared towards achieving the overarching objective of consistently producing world #1 PWII and DHOH players year-on-year.

In this role you will:

  • Create a strategy to identify talented PWII and DHOH players nationwide.
  • Serve as the head coach for Australian representative events.
  • In consultation with the Head of PWD, Talent Development Manager – Tennis Inclusion (PWII And DHOH) and other key stakeholders, determine player selections for Australian representative events ensuring fairness, transparency and collaboration.
  • With the support of the Talent Development Manager – Tennis Inclusion (PWII And DHOH), ensure all logistics for each squad are arranged including (but not limited to) player registration, coach contract, coach hire, balls etc.
  • Support the development and upskilling of TA and private coaches working with PWII and DHOH players.
  • Meet with all Australian representative potential players and their private coaches bi-annual (at a minimum) to support training and competition schedules.

About you

What you will bring to the role:

  • High Performance coaching qualifications or willing/ability to attain (essential)
  • Strong leadership skills and experience
  • Proven ability to develop and implement a high-performance tennis program and environment for developmental and elite tennis athletes
  • Extensive experience coaching tennis at an elite national or international level and a successful track record
  • Past playing experience at the elite international level (preferred)
  • Alignment with the Tennis values of Excellence, Humility, Collaboration and Imagination
  • You must hold (or be willing to obtain) a current Police Check and Working with Children Check

What’s to love

  • Tickets to the Australian Open & Superbox tickets to concerts and events at Rod Laver & Melbourne Arena
  • Career development with a range of formal education and on the job training opportunities
  • Monthly health & wellbeing activities through our Serving Your Health program
  • Flexible working practices
  • Salary packaging
  • A range of discounts from our sponsorship partners

Employment Status

Applications Close

Full Time 14 April 2024

Qualifications

High Performance Coach
Must be a Tennis Australia coach member or be able to provide proof of adequate insurance, qualification, Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.

Apply/Contact

If you think you’re up to the challenge, we’d love to hear from you! A copy of the position description can be found here. Please submit your resume and cover letter via our online application system. Please note, only applications submitted through our system will be considered.

Blind/Low Vision (BLV) and Alternative Disability Pathways National Coach

Placed: 8 April 2024

Overview

It is an exciting time for Tennis in Australia and we have ambitious plans to continue to grow the game from grassroots through to high performance. Our Performance team is focused to become global leaders in Players with Disability tennis. Together, we’re creating an inclusive, high-performance environment where players with disability thrive in tennis.  To help us achieve our plans we are looking for a Blind/Low Vision (BLV) & Alternative Disability Pathways National Coach to join our team!

We will consider applicants from all states and territories.

About the role

Reporting to the Head of Players with Disability, The Blind/Low Vision (BLV) and Alternative Disability Pathways National Coach is tasked with the development, performance, and selection of BLV players on both national and international platforms. Additionally, the role will be charged with keeping abreast of emerging disability tennis pathways globally, with a focus on positioning Australia as a leader in this field. Integral to the role is the creation of a comprehensive BLV talent identification strategy aimed at fostering a continuous stream of players through these pathways. This strategy is designed to align closely with the overarching objective of achieving and maintaining a world #1 BLV player and ensuring Australia ranks #1 in international BLV medals year-on-year.

In this role you will:

  • Create a strategy to identify talented BLV players nationwide
  • Serve as the head coach for Australian representative events.
  • With support from the Talent Development Manager – Tennis Inclusion (Wheelchair and BLV ), develop and lead Australian representative camps.
  • Support the development and upskilling of TA and private coaches working with BLV players.
  • Advocate for the inclusion of growing disability pathways in Australia with the focus of being trailblazers in the PWD space globally.
  • In consultation with the Head of Players with Disability, Talent Development Manager – Tennis Inclusion (Wheelchair and BLV) and other key stakeholders, determine player selections for Australian representative events ensuring fairness, transparency and collaboration.

About you

What you will bring to the role:

  • High Performance coaching qualifications or willing/ability to attain (essential)
  • Strong leadership skills and experience
  • Proven ability to develop and implement a high-performance tennis program and environment for developmental and elite tennis athletes
  • Extensive experience coaching tennis at an elite national or international level and a successful track record
  • Past playing experience at the elite international level (preferred)
  • Alignment with the Tennis values of Excellence, Humility, Collaboration and Imagination
  • You must hold (or be willing to obtain) a current Police Check and Working with Children Check

What’s to love

  • Tickets to the Australian Open & Superbox tickets to concerts and events at Rod Laver & Melbourne Arena
  • Career development with a range of formal education and on the job training opportunities
  • Monthly health & wellbeing activities through our Serving Your Health program
  • Flexible working practices
  • Salary packaging
  • A range of discounts from our sponsorship partners

Employment Status

Applications Close

Full Time 14 April 2024

Qualifications

High Performance Coach
Must be a Tennis Australia coach member or be able to provide proof of adequate insurance, qualification, Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.

Apply/Contact

If you think you’re up to the challenge, we’d love to hear from you! A copy of the position description can be found here. Please submit your resume and cover letter via our online application system. Please note, only applications submitted through our system will be considered.

Senior Coach

Placed: 27 March 2024

Overview

You will encourage and inspire our pupils through our Player Development Pathways from Hotshots Blue through to Squad Programs & Adult clinics. Through-out the year Pure Tennis runs the St Hildas School tennis program traveling and competing against Brisbane’s top Tennis schools. This is a great opportunity to work and develop these aspiring young tennis students.

The ideal candidate is looking for a career in the tennis industry, is a student of the game, up to date with current teaching methods & has a natural connection with both juniors and adults.

This is a unique opportunity for an organised and proactive tennis professional to join a team environment that respects and utilises each staff members strengths to make a positive impact across our group. Pure Tennis attracts hundreds of juniors into the sport and we trust you will inspire and encourage their love for the game.

The position has strong support from administration, marketing and coaching staff to help you succeed in this position. Initially, the successful applicant will commence in a casual coaching role of approx. 10hrs per week with the expectation that you will have the skill sets to build that quickly.

You will need a current drivers license and vehicle.

If you would like to be considered for this role, please send a copy of your current resume as well as a cover letter detailing your experience and education in coaching and why you believe you are the right person for this role to: [email protected] or contact 0413 613 985.

Location

Employment Status

Pure Tennis St Hildas Casual

Start Date

Applications Close

2 April 2024 30 June 2024

Qualifications

Junior Development Coach
Must be a Tennis Australia coach member or be able to provide proof of adequate insurance, qualification, Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.

Apply/Contact

All interested coaches please apply to Nick Hughes, Director
E: [email protected]
T: 0413 613 985

Head Coach

Placed: 4 March 2024

Overview

Due to recently expanding our venue portfolio Tennis For Kids is looking for a new tennis coach to join our team!

Tennis For Kids is a fun, innovative and professional organisation focused on growing tennis at the grassroots. Our mission is to help develop the next generation of tennis citizens. Children who grow into adulthood loving to play tennis and continue to engage with tennis for life!

We’re looking for a passionate and experienced tennis coach who enjoys working with primary school aged children and is wanting the security of a full time or permanent part time role.

What we can offer:

  • Full-time or permanent part-time employment
  • 6 weeks paid annual leave (2 weeks more than the national employment standard)
  • Paid training and development opportunities
  • Coaching equipment and uniforms provided
  • Remuneration $60,000-$68,000 for a FT role (dependent on experience)
  • Quarterly bonuses based on student retention
  • Access to a range of discounted and complimentary tennis equipment and attire

More about the role:

  • A full-time role would include 25-30 hours per week on court with the remaining hours spent doing off-court supervising or doing administrative tasks.
  • Hours of work would be Monday to Friday: 7am-8.30am and from 3pm-7pm approx. (Saturday options also available)
  • The ideal team member loves working with children and has the ability to coach Red, Orange and Green Ball Hot Shots lessons with the capabilities to also take on Yellow Ball teens/adults, in both group and private sessions.
  • The successful candidate will have energy burn, so that the lessons delivered are full of fun as well as learning.

What the role requires:

  • Drivers license and access to your own transport
  • Reliability, punctuality and a desire to a valued member of the TFK team
  • Excellent communicator with great people skills
  • Current Blue Card (Working with children check)
  • Current National Police Check
  • Current First Aid and CPR (or willingness to obtain)
  • Coaching qualifications preferred but coaching experience prioritised

To apply please email your resume and cover letter to [email protected]

Location

Employment Status

Tennis For Kids (various school locations across SE, SW, S and NW Brisbane) Full Time

Start Date

Applications Close

15 April 2024 1 May 2024

Qualifications

Junior Development Coach
Must be a Tennis Australia coach member or be able to provide proof of adequate insurance, qualification, Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.

Apply/Contact

All interested coaches please apply to Max James, General Manager
E: [email protected]
T: 0408 187 741

Senior Coach

Placed: 13 February 2024

Overview

Pure Tennis Ferny Hills has the opportunity for an experienced Tennis Professional to join our coaching team.

The ideal applicant will have a love of teaching, have experience coaching young children, teenagers & adults of varying skill levels & pride themselves on delivering programs that are the highlight of their students week.

You will have the personality & skills required to drive a range of social & competitive adult programs in the evenings as well as take over approx 18hrs of group & private coaching lessons.

It is important for the transition that you are available to do a handover with our departing coach so availability to start (in some form) on the 4th March is preferable.

If you enjoy helping people reach their goals & are a really good communicator, please get in touch!

Location

Employment Status

Pure Tennis Academy, Ferny Hills Part Time

Start Date

Applications Close

4 March 2024 8 April 2024

Qualifications

Junior Development Coach
Must be a Tennis Australia coach member or be able to provide proof of adequate insurance, qualification, Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.

Apply/Contact

All interested coaches please apply to Wayne Brumm
E: [email protected]
T: 0410 635 941

Senior Coach

Placed: 26 January 2024

Overview

As an influential member of the Malpass Tennis team you will be required to monitor and assist other Tennis Coaches to help them to perform at the best of their ability. You will also be required to use your knowledge of the sport to provide engaging, safe and informative sessions to all clients.

To be successful in this role you must be committed to providing the best possible information at all times, as well as ensuring that all Tennis Coaches meet the standards of Malpass Tennis.

You should be knowledgeable, caring and passionate about the progression of all Malpass Tennis Clients and Coaches.

Responsibilities:

  • All lessons are conducted in a safe environment
  • Actively promote other services offered by Malpass Tennis
  • Be prepared and on court prior to set lesson times
  • Prepare and electronically document lesson plans when required
  • Ensure all equipment is cared for and maintained
  • Ensure that all coaching staff fulfil the duties outlined in their job description
  • Help clients set and achieve their tennis related goals

Requirements:

  • Current Blue Card (to be accessible upon request whilst coaching)
  • Coaching accreditation and a playing background is strongly recommended
  • Ability to effectively communicate with clients, guests and staff of Malpass Tennis
  • Good personal hygiene and presentation
  • A desire to be a part of the Malpass Tennis Team
  • The ability to engage and inform clients of various ages
  • The ability to effectively motivate and assist other coaches

Location

Employment Status

East Brisbane/ Wynnum Part Time

Start Date

Applications Close

1 February 2024 1 May 2024

Qualifications

Junior Development Coach
Must be a Tennis Australia coach member or be able to provide proof of adequate insurance, qualification, Working With Children Checks and First Aid certification.

Apply/Contact

All interested coaches please apply to Ian Malpass, Owner
E: [email protected]
T: 0438 782 545