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Become a Tennis Official
Give back and help grow the game of tennis through Officiating.
Officials play an integral role at tournaments at all levels from local community events to professional events by ensuring fair play and sportsmanship. They serve as a Roving Umpire, Line Umpire, Referee or Chief Umpire. Give back to the game of tennis by becoming a USTA Certified Official.
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Find a local tennis job
USTA Colorado provides the Job Listings as a free service to the Colorado tennis community.
To list a job opening, please send information to Kurt Desautels. The listing will run until USTA Colorado is notified to remove it, or after 90 days.
HRCA seeks Tennis Team Leader
Highlands Ranch Community Association is searching for a Tennis Team Leader who will perform a variety of administrative and operational duties associated with the operation and management of the HRCA Tennis and Pickleball Programs and Tennis Pavilion.
Oversees the development and provision of tennis programming at the Indoor Tennis Pavilion and outdoor tennis and pickleball courts available for HRCA programming; oversees the system for general usage of the Tennis Pavilion including block time and walk-on reservations, as well as the Tennis desk function.
Supervision Received: Works under the supervision of the Sports and Fitness Program Supervisor. Details
Part-Time Tennis Professional and/or Pickleball Professional
Cherry Creek Country Club is a premier club located in the Denver metro with a Jack Nichlaus designed golf course, a 34,000 square foot clubhouse with luxurious locker rooms, dining rooms, spa and fitness center and outdoor pool in a 24-hour gated community. The racquets sports facility are 2 tennis courts that dual as 4 pickleball courts with permanent lines; the courts are lit for evening play.
Looking for part-time tennis instructor(s) and/or pickleball instructor(s) interested in teaching 5-20 hours per week. Flexible schedule and a percentage of all lessons; $30-70 per hour as an independent contractor.
Please send resume and availability to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kent Denver Looking for Assistant High School Boys Tennis Coaches
Kent Denver School is accepting applications for the position of Upper School—Varsity Assistant Boys Tennis Coach. Must be available for 7 weeks from August 7 through September 22. Part-time position with primary responsibilities on Monday-Friday between 3-6pm, with some later evenings for matches and some weekend commitments.
Candidates should: have a strong background in tennis and have experience with juniors, high school and/or college tennis, be well-organized, and be strong communicators to both students and adults.
Kent Denver School is a college preparatory day school of 700+ students in grades 6-12 located on 220 acres in suburban Denver. Kent Denver has been recognized for our leadership in diversity, equity, and inclusion. Interested candidates should contact Boys Tennis Head Coach, Ian Hintz at email@example.com.
Gonzo Tennis is hiring part-time and full-time coaches
Gonzo Tennis offers group lessons for youth and adults as well as private lessons in Boulder County. Pay ranges between $20-$45 per hour depending on your experience and the level you are teaching. We are looking for outgoing passionate people with a can-do attitude. Teach just a few classes a week or more depending on your schedule/availability. We provide a framework of daily game-plans to make planning group sessions a breeze and stress-free.
If interested please contact us let us know why you think you would be a good fit and address the below bullet points:
-List teaching experience Camps, Group Lessons and private lessons
-Experience and preference with age group. Kids Summer Camps, Juniors or adults
-Personal tennis playing experience (High school team, college team. Tournaments)
-Availability, conflicts. (other job, school ect.)
A background check is required for employment.
Crestmoor searching for part-time tennis professional
Crestmoor Community Association is seeking a part-time tennis professional. For more information, contact Nell Boyd, Director of Tennis.
City of Louisville looking for tennis instructors
Do you enjoy teaching tennis and working with children? If so, the City of Louisville is hiring Tennis Instructors for the summer. You will perform a variety of duties which include instructing and leading children in various tennis activities. Age range is children between 4 to 7 years old, 8 to 10 years old, and 11 to 18 years old. This is a great opportunity for someone who enjoys teaching and working with youth of all ages. Additionally, an opportunity to instruct private lessons is available.
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