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Junior Racquet Sports Supervisor (R-4322)

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Job Attributes

Job Attributes

Requisition ID:

R-4322

Job Category:

Racquet Sports

Job Type:

Full Time

Job Location:

135 Interstate North Parkway
Atlanta, GA  30339

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Job Title: Junior Racquet Sports Supervisor

Location: Windy Hill Athletic Club, Atlanta, GA

Our Mission:

At Windy Hill Athletic Club, we are dedicated to inspiring people to transform their lives. We achieve this by creating resort-like environments, providing personal attention, and fostering strong communities at all our clubs. Our commitment to attracting and developing exceptional talent is the foundation of our success.

Who We Want:

We seek individuals who align with our core values:

  • Kind

  • Passionate about Helping Others

  • Win Together

  • Glass Half Full

  • Better Than Yesterday

The Position:

The Junior Racquet Sports Supervisor is responsible for all aspects of Velocity, our junior development program. Velocity is the industry gold standard for junior development, and this position will serve as the ambassador for the program. The Junior Racquet Sports Supervisor will spend at least 20 hours a week coaching on-court. Reporting to the Racquet Sports Manager, you will collaborate with the Adult Program Supervisor and High-Performance Manager to grow tennis participation and support the club's mission.

Responsibilities:

Coaching & On-Court Delivery of Programs

  • Assure that the court equipment is always in good condition and properly located for all the programs.

  • Teach groups in the junior development tennis program.

  • Teach junior private lessons and adult private/group lessons.

  • Implement the Velocity junior development curriculum.

Junior Programs Tactical Planning & Management:

  • Assist the Racquet Sports Manager with the annual and seasonal class schedule for each segment of the Velocity development program.

  • Develop and implement initiatives to drive success in key performance indicators for Junior Programs.

  • Analyze program data regularly to identify trends and opportunities for improvement.

  • Set the vision for and promote assigned programming.

  • Coordinate coach assignments for classes, optimizing participant-to-coach ratios.

Leadership & Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • Foster collaboration between the Racquet Sports Department and other club departments.

  • Administer all aspects of the Velocity junior development tennis program including program recruitment, registration, attendance, promotion of groups, scheduling of courts, preparation of statistical reports, player make-ups, and player progress.

  • Plan, schedule, promote, and organize summer and holiday Velocity junior camps.

  • Organize, promote, and oversee Tennis, Pizza and a Movie, Junior match play events, UTR and USTA Level 7 tournaments. Promote the USTA Net Generation Competitive Pathway and support the ADM (American Development Model).

  • Conduct regular player assessments to evaluate skill development and areas for improvement. Make the final approval of all players that are accepted/placed and promoted in each level.

  • Track participant progress, providing personalized feedback to support continuous improvement and overall retention.

  • Conduct regular on-court observations of coaching staff, to assess coaching effectiveness, communication skills, and adherence to program goals.

  • Assist the Racquet Sports Manager in preparing the annual performance plans and reviews for the teaching professionals who work in the Velocity program.

  • Attend coach meetings and supervisory meetings held by the Racquet Sports Manager.

Financial Management & Stewardship:

  • Analyze financial reports and provide input into budget planning.

  • Monitor revenue, minimize expenses, and ensure accurate accounting in the department.

  • Process programming fees, court reservation fees, and league payments.

Relationship Development:

  • Identify opportunities to increase awareness of tennis programs within the membership.

  • Lead the campaign to align the attitudes of pros, parents, and children regarding the use of modified courts and equipment.

  • Engage members in programs and maintain tennis areas for an exceptional facility experience.

  • Act as the point of contact for participants regarding class availability, progress reports, and program inquiries.

  • Plan and execute special events and mixers to enhance member engagement and promote a sense of community.

Associate Benefits:

  • Complimentary Family Membership

  • Associate Discount Program

  • Professional development opportunities

  • Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance

  • 401k plan with employer match

  • Parental Leave and other benefits

Requirements:

  • Commitment to the mission and core values of Windy Hill Athletic Club.

  • Proactive, self-motivated, and resourceful.

  • Strong entrepreneurial spirit and a leader with a mentoring mindset.

  • Excellent organizational and follow-up skills.

  • Effective communicator, both written and verbal.

  • Collaborative team player.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree and three to six years of relevant experience coaching and managing tennis programming.

  • USTA Safe Play approved

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office.

  • Level 2 Certification in PTR or USPTA preferred.

Hiring Process:

Apply by March 31st, 2023.

Phone interviews with the Racquet Sports Manager. Typically 30 minutes.

Second interviews, including on-court assessment. Typically 120 minutes.

HR checks references.

Final offer made by HR.

Compensation:

This position is hourly, differentiating between on-court and off-court work. Admin work typically pays $15 - $25 hourly, and on-court work ranges from $35 - $55 hourly, commensurate with experience. Performance bonuses are awarded for exceptional work.

Full-Time Consideration:

Eligibility for full-time benefits is 28+ hours a week, but this position is anticipated to be 40 hours a week.

If you're excited about this role and see it as an opportunity for growth within our organization, we invite you to apply. We look forward to learning more about you and the unique experiences you would bring to this role!

This job description is intended to describe the general requirements for the position. It is not a complete statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements. Other duties not listed here may be assigned as necessary to ensure the proper operations of the department.

MIDTOWN is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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About Us

We work at Midtown to inspire people to transform their lives–and we do our job well. Our members stay longer than any other major athletic club chain in North America because we are committed to providing resort-like environments, personal attention, and active communities at every one of our clubs. We believe all three of those pillars start with attracting and growing rock star talent at every level of our organization.

Who We Want

We're looking for people that share our core values: kind individuals who want to win together, see things as the glass half full, are passionate about helping others, and strive to always be better than yesterday.

Associate Benefits

Members of the Midtown team receive:

  • Complimentary club membership
  • Discounts on Midtown products and services
  • Professional development allowance
  • Health insurance for eligible full-time associates
  • And more