Is Your Club Pro Fully Certified?
If he/she is, then his/her name will be posted on the list of certified coaches that appears on Tennis Canada’s website. Click here to view an updated list of Coaches in BC. If your pro’s name is not listed there, then the person either does not have current certification and/or is not a current member of the TPA.
In order for an instructor/coach to maintain his/her fully certified status, he/she is required to attend a professional development activity every 2, 3, or 4 years depending on his/her level of certification. This important feature ensures your pro is up to date with regard to teaching methodology.
For more information on becoming a certified coach click on the following links:
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Current Job Openings
Please note that for any positions at Tennis BC, we require international applicants to have a Canadian work permit. We do not issue letters of invitation. Positions outside of Tennis BC: employer’s discretion.
Interested in working at Burnaby Tennis Club?
Front Desk (part-time) starting January 2022
The Burnaby Tennis Club (BTC) is a year-round tennis club that operates for 7 months indoors (September to May) under an inflated bubble and 5 months outdoors. The BTC is a non-profit society comprised mostly of members but is also accessible to the public. The club offers coaching services, various member group activities, and plays host to tournaments, namely the Burnaby Open Tennis Tournament in June.
This position is a full time / year-round employee role for a coach who wants to develop a successful career as a Tennis Professional. This position is in the Recreation Services Department and will be reporting to the Tennis Director. The hours will vary according to the operational needs of the Club.
The West Vancouver Tennis Club is looking for full-time and part-time tennis coaches for the fall season 2021.
Full-time: Competitive juniors and adult clinics mostly.
Part-time: up to 25 hours a week. Junior group classes, mostly after 3 pm.
Please contact Karin@wvtc.ca for more information.
Vancouver Lawn Tennis & Badminton Club has a part-time contract position reporting directly to the Head Tennis Professional. Hours of work vary based on allocated coaching court time. The Assistant Tennis Coach must be a personable, passionate professional who takes a sincere interest in member satisfaction. The Assistant Coach will ensure our members and guests are met with friendly, efficient service and provide quality coaching and programs to meet and exceed members’ expectations.
UBC Tennis Centre is looking for a full-time Tennis Coach, Tennis Canada certified Club Pro 1 or higher.
Any interested applicants must send a resume, cover letter and a list of 2-3 references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Any inquiries can be directed to the same email.
The Society for Kids at Tennis (KATS) requires a coach with experience working with kids (ages 5-13) to run 2 hours classes in the Victoria area. The classes would be located at the tennis courts at Crystal Pool & Fitness Centre, Oaklands Community Centre and Banbury Park.
The position starts immediately and runs through to October. $30/hr for the right candidate
Contact: Sy Silverberg at email@example.com for more information
For over 100 years, Jericho Tennis Club has built an esteemed reputation as one of Vancouver’s most exclusive, yet welcoming private clubs. From world class tennis and squash to athletics and an unmatched social scene, membership is about being a part of a unique, oceanside community on the spectacular shores of Jericho Beach.
We are looking for seasoned Tennis Professional with experience in coaching junior and adult players for this part-time role.
Applicants should express their interest through Indeed’s employment website (click here).
The City of Richmond is one of the largest cities in BC, with a growing population of over 218,000 residents. One of Richmond’s most popular destinations sits the historic fishing village of Steveston, where just steps away from the ebb and flow of the seaside harbour and bustling shops, you’ll find the Steveston Community Centre.
To achieve our goal of providing quality programs for a broad spectrum of ages and levels of patrons and to promote the sport of Tennis, we are searching for friendly, customer service oriented instructors with the drive to grow with and contribute to our team.
We are actively seeking experienced contract Tennis Instructors for our spring and summer outdoor season and spring, summer, and fall indoor season. This position is responsible for teaching at multiple Burnaby locations such as Central Park, Burnaby Lake Sports Complex East, Kensington & Cameron Recreation Centre. Duties include creating lesson plans for Pee Wee (5-8 years of age), Youth (9-13 years of age), and Adult (17+ years of age) classes, as well as contacting students about any cancellations and rescheduling classes in the event of inclement weather. Safety checks of the courts prior to lessons are mandatory. The City will provide tennis balls, class lists and a First Aid kit, but Tennis Contract Instructors must have their own teaching aids. Exceptional customer service and conflict resolution skills are a must.