USTA National Tennis Center Inc.

(seasonal) Summer Camp Tennis and Sports Leader

Job Locations US-NY-Queens
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(4/22/2024 4:13 PM)
# of Openings
Racquet Sports Professionals

Who We Are  It takes the most talented people to put on the world’s greatest tennis event. The US Open Tennis Championships are one of the highest-attended annual sporting events in the world. Each year, for three weeks in the late summer, the US Open is the focus of the sports & entertainment universe. Passionate fans from around the world come to NYC to witness the toughest tennis on the game’s biggest stage. With more than 900,000 on-site visitors, over 224 million television viewers worldwide and over 45 million online visitors globally in 2023, why not come and enjoy the thrill and excitement of working with our team?


Our Promise

To create an extraordinary customer experience every day by outperforming expectations and building championships both on & off the court. 


We are seeking Tennis Instructors who will assist in the operations of our annual summer camp. In this role, you will wear many different hats and have the opportunity to teach the game of Tennis to children attending our Camp.


Start Date: June 13, 2024

End Date: August 2, 2024

Must be available 5 days per week

The Role

  • Assist the Lead Tennis Pro with the posted lesson plan for the group assigned
  • Supervise and maintain a safe environment for camp participants in conjunction with maintaining a high level of fun and excitement for the campers
  • Assist with the set up and breakdown of the equipment as needed
  • Assist with on and off court activities (i.e. lunch, field games, and field trips)
  • Work with the Lead Tennis Pro during match play
  • Serve as an on court umpire and facilitator of game play
  • Other duties as assigned

Who You Are

  • Able to maintain proper and appropriate protocols around children at all times
  • Knowledge of tennis preferred


Pay Range: $17-$25/hr 


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