SEATTLE UNIVERSITY – VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TENNIS COACH
Seattle University Athletic Department is seeking a volunteer assistant coach for the Winter and Spring 2019 season. We are looking for someone who is dynamic and passionate about collegiate tennis and wants to become a member of our tennis staff to help promote and advance our program academically, athletically, and with our University’s Guiding Principles.
To assist the Head Coach and Tennis Staff in the management of the women’s tennis program. Responsibilities will include but not limited to:
Assist with on and off court coaching individual and team practices sessions.
Assist with administrative requirements as well as perform other off court duties including social media, fundraising functions, team meetings, and other duties assigned by the Head Coach
Hitting Partner during practices as assigned and requested
Assist with home and away matches
Travel to away matches, tournaments, and events
Assist with the preparation, administration, management and Coaching/Instructing of all tennis
Assist with recruiting material and process
Video set-up and analysis
Volunteer Assistant Coach will work closely with the Head Coach and Assistant Coach and as a active team member of the Head Coaches’ Staff
Job comes with:
This is a none paid and/or benefits position.
Access to equipment: Balls and Accessories etc.
Guaranteed Summer Camp Position when approved by Head Coach
Ability to do private lessons and clinics under the direction and approval of the Head Coach and under the rules set forth by the Head Coaches’ LLC and Seattle University’ Athletics guidelines
Additional equipment as needed and approved by the Head Coach
Bachelor’s Degree Required
Tennis Teach Certification by the USPTR, PTR, or ITF is requested by not required
Prior experience coaching tennis at the professional, collegiate or high school levels
Competitive personal playing experience, High-Level Playing Skills (Collegiate and/or Professional Playing Experience and/or College Coaching and/or High Performance Coaching Experience
Knowledge of NCAA Division 1 Rules
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Excellent work ethic, attention to detail, reliability and willingness to lean
Excellent communication skills and maturity
Ability and willingness to work well with others and get along with a diverse population of students
Positive attitude and enthusiasm for working in multiple aspects of our program
Valid Driver’s license and an acceptable driving record in accordance with the university’s Motor Pool policy
Must be willing to travel and be available to work Flexible Hours including weekends as required.
Employment is contingent upon a satisfactory background check.
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States.
All interested individuals should email their cover letter, resume, and four (4) references to firstname.lastname@example.org.