Job TypeFull Time
Application Deadline01/15/2018
SalaryNone Specified

Are you looking for an employment opportunity that combines your passion for tennis with providing excellent customer service? If so, Columbia Association (CA) is seeking an experienced Head Tennis Professional to promote the sport of Tennis, grow the game and ensure the satisfaction of our members and guests at our five prestigious clubs, encompassing 39 courts located in Columbia, Maryland.

Under the direct supervision of the General Manager, the Head Tennis Professional will strive to fulfill the Brand Promise, Mission, Vision and Values of Columbia Association. The Head Professional is a courteous professional interested in promoting the game of tennis, growing the game and ensuring the satisfaction of our members and guests. As an integral part of the team, the Head Tennis Professional will positively impact the organization and lives of our members.

This is a challenging position, involving considerable responsibility, complexity and variety. The Head Tennis Professional will be accountable for the growth of adult tennis programming, including but not limited to teams, in-house leagues, and adult instruction program and participation. The Head Tennis Professional will also increase member and non-member participation by actively promoting lessons, programs and leagues, and teams, and will work closely with the Special Events Coordinator, Junior Competitive Coordinator, and Junior Development Coordinator to ensure that all programs are delivered in conjunction with our different curriculum pathways.

The Head Tennis Professional will be responsible for leading relevant CA meetings and trainings and all Columbia Tennis Committee and GM-assigned meetings. The Head Tennis Professional will interview, manage, train, and schedule tennis desk team members, and will facilitate all seasonal club openings and season end closings.

Applicant must have a minimum of three years of full-time experience in supervision of tennis operations and facilities; minimum of five years of full-time experience in teaching and program development; and USPTA or PTR certification.

Applicants wishing to be considered for this position must submit a cover letter, resume, and references to Maury.Bozman@ColumbiaAssociation.org before Jan. 15, 2018. Due to the volume of applications received, only those considered for an interview will be contacted. EOE/ADA.