Coordinator - CTAs, Parks & Tennis Facility Development - Community Tennis (Lake Nona, FL)
Administrate the USTA investment in renovation and construction of tennis facilities: which include grants and services. Assisting in managing reports and budgets of investments.
Assist in the assessment of needs and provide technical advice and direction in the areas of programming, infrastructure and advocacy. Determine appropriate resources the USTA may provide based on assessments. Includes phone call consultations, email correspondence.
Prepare reports and presentations using internal database and Microsoft Office.
Assist with the updates and versions to JIRA, the USTA facility project management database and Facilities website
Assist with presentations to both inside and outside groups both in person, via conference calls and through webinars for USTA meetings and industry partners.
Assist in managing facilities projects from JIRA and Corporate Sponsors
Assist the Lake Nona cross-functional team
Conduct and coordinate site inspections, surveys and develop recommendations and specifications to improve, repair or modify tennis facilities and building systems toward the highest operational integrity.
Stay abreast of new trends and innovations in the field of tennis and municipal facilities.
Assist with overall management of Facility Assistance Program
Knowledge of the tennis industry (preferably from a facility perspective would be an advantage). Proven history of successful relationships with tennis facility owners, contractors, architects, engineers, municipal officials, town and city governments, is a distinct advantage.
Understanding of as-built drawings, blueprints and schematics.
Knowledge of basic engineering concepts related to tennis facility construction including drainage, grading, paving, lighting, etc.
1-2 years work experience. Experience with tennis facility design and/or construction a plus.
Strong written, oral and interpersonal communication skills required.
Demonstrated ability in analysis, planning, coordination, and data management.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office solutions, particularly Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint
Administration/General Management: General Management/Profit & Loss
Director, Jr. Play - Junior Play (l, FL)
Oversee the Youth Tennis Department
Help raise standard for local competition for 10 and under through 18 and under
Help develop strategic direction for and implementation of Youth Collegiate Competitive pathway, linking schools to after-school programs, to Play Days and Competition to High School Tennis to College Tennis either as Varsity player or Tennis on Campus players.
Work with staff, volunteers, partners and sections to develop and refine youth play and competition in US
Serve as a link between Youth Tennis and Player Development to insure coordination and alignment on training.
You will be directly responsible for the supervision and accountability of the following staff positions: National Manager, USTA Junior Team Tennis; National Manager, Junior Play; National Manager, Play Days; Administrative Assistant, USTA Junior Team Tennis.
Great deal of interaction/communication with volunteers, committee members, Council Chairs, Section Executive Directors
Frequent contact with other organizations and industry partners (USPTA, PTR, TIA, NRPA, PE Central, AAHPERD, ITF, etc.)
USTA Meetings such as USTA Annual Meeting, USTA Semiannual Meeting, Section Annual Meetings, Tennis Teachers Conference, Community Tennis Development Workshop, Staff Development Workshop, etc.
National conventions, workshops, seminars, etc.
All travel to be approved by the General Manager, Community Tennis and Youth Tennis
BA or BS minimum, advanced degree preferred
Ten years of experience in youth sports with demonstrated ability to grow youth sports through community based organizations.
Strong understanding / expertise in youth competition format
Demonstrated ability in complex project management.
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills required.
Experienced presenter/outreach to community groups desirable.
Ability to appreciate and optimize volunteer heritage and resources and apply professional
experience within a not for profit organization.
Initiative and persistence in completing tasks and responsibilities.