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Employment Opportunities

Tennis BC is always seeking individuals who are passionate and committed to growing the game of tennis in communities throughout BC. Current Openings:

Administration, Membership & Community Support

This role is an administrative role reporting directly to the CEO combining membership coordination and communications, CEO support and community programming support. The position is a
full-time salaried position and requires seasonal variations in workload. View full job description and details
Please submit your resume and cover letter to mroberts@tennisbc.org

Events Manager

This role is to lead and organize all Tennis BC Events with support from the Coordinator of Events. The position is a full-time salaried position and requires seasonal variations in workload. View full job description

Please submit your resume and cover letter to mroberts@tennisbc.org

Vancouver Island Regional Ambassador

The purpose of this role is support Tennis BC initiatives on lower Vancouver Island. This is an extension of the Tennis BC Regional Ambassador program. The Vancouver Island Regional Ambassador (VIRA) will be paid a stipend to initiate, develop and coach local tennis initiatives in this community. Ambassadors will be entrepreneurial community coaches who are passionate about growing tennis in their community. Tennis BC will support this coach with a financial stipend to grow his/her business. The VIRA will be able to use the Tennis BC brand as a certified representative of the organization in support of their community tennis initiatives. View full job description

Please submit your resume and cover letter to mroberts@tennisbc.org

Community Tennis Coach

Tennis BC is looking for Tennis Instructors across the province to teach in-school and after-school programs. The Tennis Instructor will work in conjunction with the Program Coordinator to provide excellent on-court instruction for players of all skill levels. View full job description

Please submit your resume and cover letter to csher@tennisbc.org

Volunteering Opportunities

Tennis B.C.’s mission is to Inspire and Enable Tennis throughout communities in British Columbia,   We could not deliver that mission without the tremendous support of volunteers.   Please help and volunteer for a variety to tournaments and events such as the Blue Shore Financial Senior Provincial Championships May 30, Leith Wheeler Stanley Park Open July, the Odlum Brown Vancouver Open August.

2019 Leith Wheeler Stanley Park Open

Take part in a local tennis event tradition and join us for the 87th annual edition of the Leith Wheeler Stanley Park Open!

This year’s Leith Wheeler Stanley Park Open will take place from July 6 – 22 and we are looking for enthusiastic volunteers who want to experience the event action. Volunteers receive an event t-shirt, a meal voucher per shift, and an invitation to join us for the Volunteer Appreciation BBQ. Volunteer certificates are also provided.

Click here to sign up!

Please email any questions to dsilva@tennisbc.org.

2019 Odlum Brown VanOpen

Be part of a world class, award winning event and enhance the experience of top international players. The Odlum Brown VanOpen will be back August 12-18, 2019.

Volunteer opportunities include: Driver, Team Leader, Box Office, Info Booth, Players Lounge Attendant, Greeter, Airport or Waterfront Station Arrival Host, Court Concierge, Prizing Coordinator, Set up & Tear down Crew, Assistant Box Seat Concierge, Ball Crew.

Contact info@vanopen.com for more information and to sign-up!

Rogers Rookie Tour

Rogers Rookie Tours are one or two day entry level events for children new to the sport of tennis. A “fun first” environment is created for players to have multiple time limited matches. Volunteers help with set up/ take down of court equipment, supervising match play which includes assisting with score keeping, time keeping and clarification of rules. The Rogers Rookie Tour is perfect for the volunteer who wants to share their enthusiasm about tennis with the kids. Please contact jeannie@tennisbc.org for more information.

Safe & Respectful Workplace

The Safe & Respectful Workplace initiative supports the Responsible Coaching Movement (RCM) initiated and coordinated by the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC).  The goal is to create coach led, athlete focused, safe and fun sport environments for both players and coaches that reflect the values of excellence, professionalism, passion, service and integrity. Detailed information about this initiative here.