Pyramid Squash, EST in 2005 opened its doors to its own entity in 2009 in Tuckahoe. After a change in management Pyramid Squash is now taking over again starting March first and is looking for college graduates to help our program starting June 2019. You will assist us in running the year-round program with group and private sessions, help us run tournaments and summer camps, do tournament coaching and much more. The position is for a part-time (can turn into full-time) coach flexible to travel for weekend tournaments and work weekends, and work in different places. We are looking for a young, fun, engaged, active, and energetic person who has at least some coaching experience, who absolutely loves working with athletes and cares for them.
Key responsibilities include
- Giving private and group lessons to players of all ages and standards
- Assisting, preparing and leading team training session for players of all ages and standards
- Tournament coaching and travel
- Must be able to work on weekends
- Tournament organization and other event organization help
- Must be able to work in different locations (clubs, schools) under the umbrella of Pyramid Squash
- Contributing to player feedback reports, via written reports, or via 1-on-1 meetings with athletes and parents
- Being a role model and the face of a High-Performance Center and promoting our services nation- and worldwide
Requirements for the position:
- Visa – must have an existing valid US work visa.
- Squash – collegiate playing experience preferred, professional playing experience a plus
- Coaching – ability to coach at all levels, especially with developing players both in private and group sessions
- Communication – excellent verbal and writing skills, strong computer skills
- Habits – proactive, energetic, fun, engaged, active, and well organized and always on time!
- General – a real passion for the sport and a desire to be a mentor and leader
Start Date: June, 2019
Contact: Please send a cover letter and resume to Katja Amir @ firstname.lastname@example.org