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The Field Club of Greenwich Seeks Squash Professional

The Organization

The Field Club of Greenwich was established in 1908 and is a private member club with a rich tradition of family rackets activity. The club has numerous outdoor and indoor activities including har-tru and grass court tennis, paddle and 5 international singles squash courts along with a doubles court.

Position Summary

The Field Club seeks a highly motivated, energetic and personable Squash Professional to join a team of hard working rackets professionals. The squash program at the Field Club has long been regarded as one of the most prominent programs in the North East with the hosting of National and International squash events annually for over a decade.

The Squash Professional shall assist the Director of Squash in implementing a comprehensive year round program. Duties will include teaching lessons, clinics, supervising club events as well as assisting in the coordination of National and International events the club hosts annually. This position also demands substantial on court teaching during winter months.

Position Requirements

  • A member friendly and professional attitude at all
  • Candidates must be experienced and comfortable in working with juniors and adults of all abilities. 2 years teaching experience is
  • Competent in evaluating and implementing appropriate skill level coaching plans
  • Hardball doubles experience is preferred due to the high number of members that
  • Strong communication skills with coworkers and members are
  • An ability to provide administrative off court support to the Director of Squash along with the coordination of both personal teaching schedule and member

Compensation

The compensation package is industry competitive. The position is a 12 month salaried position with teaching commissions along with comprehensive health care benefits.

Interested applicants should forward resumes to;

Director of Squash – Liam Kenny
liam@fcofgreenwich.com

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