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Junior Play Coordinator - USTA North Carolina

Are you a highly organized tennis fanatic with an aptitude for processes and administration? Can you see yourself as part of a dynamic team of forward-thinkers creating tennis opportunities for kids throughout North Carolina? If so, USTA North Carolina just might be looking for you. In the Junior Play Coordinator role, you will have a chance to grow and develop a sport you love, in an environment that embraces innovation and creativity. Come be your best self at USTA North Carolina. 

Programs You’ll Work With

Junior Team Tennis

Junior Tournaments

Junior Circuit Events

Team NC

Early Development Camps (EDCs)

Stakeholders You’ll Work With

Tournament Directors/Event Providers


Junior Parents

Community Tennis Associations

Parks & Recreation Departments

Tennis Directors & Teaching Professionals

Volunteers/Committee Members

National and Regional Colleagues

What You’ll Do

 As the Junior Play Coordinator, your time will be spent facilitating the administrative duties related to the various components of the Junior Tennis Pathway. 


More specifically, you will:  


  • Provide administrative support to the Junior Play Department.  

  • Provide database maintenance for junior competition, including survey. results, tournament director compliance, and junior participation reports. 

  • Assist with sanction and scheduling throughout the year. 

  • Create content for parent education. 

  • Serve as initial telephone contact to answer questions and address concerns of members, players and volunteers. 

  • Serve as a staff liaison to the Jr Tournament, JTT, TEAM NC and Jr. Pathway Committee. 

  • Demonstrate proficiency with all industry tools such as Net Generation, Safe Play, TennisLink, Stripe, Serve Tennis and other products employed for registration and member services. 

  • Assist with camps as needed. 

  • Work with other staff to grow all programs through shared ideas and collaboration. 


What You’ll Need 

You will need to have exceptional organizational skills to keep up with the hundreds of Junior Pathway programs happening around the state. We do require that all of our team members complete the United States Olympic Committee’s Safe Sport Training within 45 days of hiring. 

These skills and attributes are helpful as well: 

  • Clear and concise communication skills. 

  • Ability to multi-task and manage several deadline-driven tasks concurrently. 

  • A commitment to excellent customer service. 

  • Intrinsically motivated. 

  • Tennis knowledge and experience, particularly USTA Junior Programming. 

  • Positive demeanor. 

  • Ability to drive to event locations throughout the state. 

  • Flexibility of schedule. 

  • Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred. 


What You’ll Receive

There are many things to love about working for USTA North Carolina. Among them, we are a workplace that embraces conscientiousness, creativity, and innovation. There will be some evening and weekend work (as we work when others play), but we have structured our office schedule to be mindful of that. The starting salary range for this position is $39-41K depending on qualifications and experience. Additionally, the position includes a comprehensive, competitive benefit package. And we are dog friendly for well-mannered pups. 


Some Additional Information For You 


Work Environment

This position operates in an office setting, routinely using standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. At times, this position requires work offsite including at trainings, meetings, tennis tournaments and other special events.  Weekend and holiday work is required from time to time.   

Physical Demands 

While performing the essential duties of this position, the employee is regularly required to communicate verbally and in writing. The employee is required to stand and walk frequently and sit for long periods of time. The employee needs to be able to lift and carry 10-20 pounds. The physical demands described must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. 

Position Type and Expected Hours of Work 

This is a full-time non-exempt position. Typical days and core hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, but hours outside of the typical days and core business hours are required from time to time. 


The position requires travel including but not limited to meetings, tournaments, events and workshops within the State of North Carolina and occasionally out-of-state, including on nights and weekends.   

EEO Statement 

USTA North Carolina is an equal opportunity employer. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 


This position reports to the Director of Junior Play. 

Other Duties 

 This position description is not a comprehensive listing of all activities, duties or responsibilities required. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time, with or without notice, in the discretion of USTA North Carolina. 

Salary Range 

The salary range for this position is $39-41K depending on the qualifications of the employee. The position includes the benefit package offered to employees by USTA North Carolina.  Benefits offered are in the discretion of USTA North Carolina and subject to change.  


Employee At Will

The employee in this position is an employee-at-will. 

Director of Tennis - Asheboro Racquet and Swim Club

Asheboro Racquet and Swim Club is located in central NC. We are are short drive to major cities,
mountains, and beaches. Our semi-private facility includes 6 clay courts, small clubhouse/office,
pavilion, and pool located in a great neighborhood on Dave’s Mountain. We have 110 tennis
memberships and 185 pool memberships with tennis experiencing significant growth over the past 2

The Director of Tennis will be responsible for teaching tennis clinics, private lessons, team practices,
camps, and running events. Other duties include pro shop coverage, facility and court maintenance, and
administering adult and junior league home matches. The Director of Tennis will be expected to
maintain a professional appearance, be available to attend club events, and show a positive attitude and
enthusiasm for developing tennis players. A typical work week is Sunday-Friday.

The compensation package includes a salary and percentage of lessons/clinics/camps/events. Other
benefits include 3% retirement match after 6 months, professional dues reimbursement, end-of-year
bonus, and club apparel/equipment. Total compensation for the first year is $60k+.
Please email your resume to Kevin Caccia at

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