Can you imagine a work environment where you are paid to play? Where you are encouraged to laugh, run, jump and dance? Where the customers look forward to seeing you every day, and appreciate the work you do because you improve their lives and make them laugh? That's what it is like to work at Tri-City Court Club. 

We are always looking for great people who care about providing exceptional customer service and who are interested in joining a great team! 

Great Benefits and Perks!

  • Medical, Dental and Vision Plans

  • Complimentary membership to the Club, including discounted rates for family members

  • Vacation and Holiday Pay

  • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan

  • Discounts on fee based programs and services

Benefits may vary depending on full-time or part-time status. Call 783-5465 to inquire about openings within the Club. Interested applicants are encouraged to pick up and complete an application. A cover letter and resume may be required. You'll need to specify which department (s) you are applying for.

CLICK HERE to download and print an application

Tennis Professional

Job Description:

RESPONSIBILITIES: This is a full time position which requires a 30-40 hours per week.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

Lessons:
* Grow your teaching schedule in order to have approximately 25-30 hours of teaching per week.
* Be able to instruct tennis lessons for all ages groups and levels from kids to adults, beginners to advanced players.
* Teach introductory or beginner adult group lessons or clinics.

Junior Development:
* Be able to personally coach all levels of juniors from beginning to tournament level.
* Control the number of kids on the court to be able to maintain a quality lesson for the juniors.
* Be prompt to lessons and have your lesson plan ready each day and for each level.
* Be able to present a professional image and energy into the junior program.
* Assist with fun junior events such as socials, exchanges or mini-tournaments.

Pro compensation for the Junior Development lesson program is to be paid on an hourly basis and is to be determined by the tennis director.

Other Responsibilities:
* Maintain appropriate PTR or USPTA certification.
* Be comfortable with our lesson scheduling program Club Automation. When taking on new clients follow the protocol for setting up a new profile and getting a payment method on file. Ensure you are booking your lessons into the system accurately and you are checking in your lesson participants accurately.
* All tennis revenue (cash, checks and charges) must be accounted for through the point of sale system at the service desk.
* Assist the tennis director with organizing and working tennis programs such as social programs, leagues, mixers and tournaments.
* Get involved in USTA team tennis as required.

Help our tennis team grow our lesson program as directed by the tennis director – some ideas include assisting with the development and implementation of:
* Adult boot camp
* Doubles clinics and drills
* Beginner clinics
* Match play
* Free drop in days – specific for male verses female verses levels.

Socials:
One great way to get involved in tennis is through social tennis events. These events can satisfy the desire for competition while keeping the focus on fun, meeting new people and hanging out with friends. People join a club to have a place to “belong” and a place to make friends. They want to socialize and connect with other people and have a friendly game of tennis. Not all members want to play tournaments but want a friendly competitive game of tennis. So having fun, energetic, innovative tennis socials is an important part of the Club.
* Assist with our day time and evening adult social events as directed by the tennis director.
* Attendance at social events is a requirement for this position as scheduled by the director.
* You may be asked to head up a social – meaning you come up with the idea, plan it and implement it and handle all the details of the event.
* Assist the director with promoting tennis events through Facebook, talking with members, sending out emails, promoting at leagues and in lessons.

Leagues:
Assist the director with organizing men’s, women’s and mixed doubles leagues as assigned. The expectation includes:
* Help promote leagues through your lesson contacts.
* Networking with our members and reach out to the entire membership base to promote leagues and get members involved in tennis.
* Follow the “league” expectations when running tennis leagues.
* Be available to answer questions for members.
* Help the tennis director look for ways to make our leagues fun and interesting.

Tournaments:
Assist the tennis director with planning and organizing tennis tournaments for our members. Tournaments we have offered include:

1. Tri-City Court Club Open Tennis Tournament.
2. Tri-City Court Club Championships
3. Deep Freeze Doubles Tournament
4. Junior Christmas Tennis Tournament.
5. Parent / child tennis tournament.

Other Responsibilities Include:

1. Follow the tennis pro expectations established by the tennis director.
2. Attend tennis department meetings.
3. Help promote member recognition through Facebook post. Communicate and promote what is happening in the tennis department. This could include member updates and successes. Use this venue to promote all things tennis.
4. Be available in the tennis area to answer members questions, answer phone calls, respond to emails and assist members with information about tennis and how to get involved.
5. Reach out to new members and invite them to get involved in the tennis programs.
6. Work with membership sales to recruit new members to tennis.
7. Set up hit groups with the pro to promote the fun aspect of tennis and to help fill your schedule.
8. Assist with keeping the entire tennis area clean and maintenance free. Report housekeeping and maintenance issues and help maintain sparkling facilities. Help ensure your area is “stage” ready.
9. Get involved in community outreach or charity fund raisers.

Compensations / Benefits:
The compensation package includes: percentage of lessons based on skills / qualifications / experience, an hourly wage (DOQ) for administrative duties, Junior Development, tournaments, social functions and hours outside of lessons. Health benefits are based on having a minimum of 25 hours of court time. Benefits also include dental, vision, 401K Roth Retirement Plan, paid time off for sick and vacation