Columbia Association, headquartered in Howard County, is known for working every day in hundreds of ways to make Columbia an even better place to live, work and play thanks to the efforts of our remarkable team members. If you share in our passion for teamwork and our vision, we want you to fast-forward your career with us at Columbia Association.

We are seeking a customer service-oriented, highly motivated and experienced leader to join our world class team as Tennis Events Coordinator/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 37 tennis courts and six pickleball courts located in Columbia, Maryland.

The Tennis Events Coordinator/Tennis Professional, reporting to the General Manager, is an integral part of the leadership team. The Tennis Events Coordinator/Tennis Professional will strive to fulfill the Brand Promise, Mission, Vision and Values of Columbia Association. The Tennis Events Coordinator/Tennis Professional ensures a successful, safe, clean, functional and customer service-focused environment for our members, guests and associates. They inspire members, guests and team members through movement, community and personal attention. They encourage active, social, and healthier lives.

This is a challenging position, involving considerable responsibility, complexity and variety. The Tennis Events Coordinator/Tennis Professional will be responsible for leading, coordinating, promoting, and facilitating all tennis events, socials, exhibitions, etc, as well as teaching/supervising a variety of on-court tennis programs as assigned by the division leaders. They are responsible for delivering a consistent and exceptional member experience to all members, prospective members, guests, and team members. The Tennis Events Coordinator/Tennis Professional will also increase member and non-member participation by actively promoting lessons, programs and leagues, and teams.

The Tennis Events Coordinator/Tennis Professional will work closely with other division leaders to achieve financial goals, maintain high standards of cleanliness, promote innovation, team education and training.

Requirements include:

· A bachelor’s degree. Degree in business, hospitality, or sports management highly preferred.

· Must have a USPTA/PTR Certification.

· Must have a minimum of three years of teaching/coaching and customer service experience.

· Strong budgeting/finance and management experience a plus.

Applicants wishing to be considered for this position must submit a cover letter, resume, and references to by September 30, 2019.