The Gonzaga University Men’s Tennis program is seeking a highly motivated individual interested in serving as a Volunteer Assistant Coach for the 2020-2021 season. The position, which is set to begin in August, represents a 10-month commitment, and it will report directly to Head Coach Jonas Piibor. The ideal candidate is driven with a passion for college tennis, who has strong work ethic and a desire to pursue collegiate tennis coaching as a career. Interested parties, please send a résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Assisting coaching staff with day-to-day operations.
- Contributing to positive team culture and off-court development of our team members.
- Providing on-court coaching during team practice and individual practice, tournaments, and dual matches.
- Actively practicing and competing with the ability to challenge elite players.
- Capturing film and coordinating video analysis sessions.
- Assisting with program’s involvement in community service.
- Adhering to Gonzaga university, West Coast Conference and NCAA rules and regulations.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited 4-year institution.
- Collegiate tennis playing experience.
- Ability to pass a background check.
- Valid driver’s license with proven driving record in good standing.
- Eagerness to learn all aspects of leading an elite Division I collegiate tennis program.
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