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Head of Performance, Tennis

Job Summary

We have a vacancy for an experienced and forward-thinking Head of Performance, Tennis from December 2021.

The Head of Performance, Tennis is a key member of the Phoenix Coaching team and is responsible for the design, delivery and monitoring of the Competitive Team Tennis and Phoenix Squad programmes.  The Head of Performance, Tennis will be supported by the Head of Tennis, to implement a world-class coaching programme aimed to develop our competitive players through junior to high school and beyond. The Head of Tennis Performance will be responsible for the on-court and off-court management of the coaching team for all competitive team and phoenix squad coaching, and will also be involved in all development coaching.

By applying for this job, you are committed to meet the vaccination requirement by the Singapore Government.

Applications
Apply via our job portal by Thursday, 9 December 2021 23:59 Singapore Time

Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all the students in our care and expects all applicants to share this commitment. We follow safe recruitment practices and all appointments are subject to interview, satisfactory references, identity and criminal record checks.

Venue and Company description

We are a united, welcoming community that embraces students and their families from almost 100 different nations. The second member of the UWC movement, the College was opened by Lee Kuan Yew as Singapore International School in 1971. SIS became the United World College of South East Asia in 1975 and gradually expanded to become the K–12 international school of over 5,500 students across two campuses that it is today.

Our community, while large, celebrates and builds on the success of individuals, with an aim to create a wider impact through our mission. UWCSEA  embodies everything the UWC movement stands for: concern and compassion for others, the willingness to accept responsibility, and tenacity in pursuit of the truth. What also distinguishes our students is how much they give service to others: their compassion and commitment are writs large in the many hundreds of hours of impactful service the College bears witness to every year, across a hugely diverse range of activities, and which we celebrate as much as our academic achievements.

Job duties and responsibilities

Main Responsibilities

  • Planning of the year-long competitive coaching programme for all School Teams (U11, U14, U19) and Phoenix Squads. Providing an overall year plan, and subsequent seasonal, weekly and daily lesson plans. This also will include planning competitions at home and overseas, and increased match play opportunities.
  • Assessment and feedback system for all competitive players – including physical, mental, technical and tactical, providing a learning pathway and consistent feedback to players and parents throughout the year.Competitive Coaching team for all school teams and phoenix squad on-court coaching, ensuring all coaches are working to the highest level, and following all coaching plans and guidelines.
  • Continual development, mentoring, monitoring of all Competitive coaching team members through regular team meetings, research, reviews, workshops and courses.
  • CAS Students and teacher assists for all competitive team and phoenix club coaching.

Liaising with the :

  • Head of Tennis in the planning of the annual & seasonal Tennis development, and team training programmes to ensure a smooth transition of tennis players  from the Junior development programme into the competitive tennis team
  • Head of Tennis to ensure all coaching on the court remains at a high standard for all development and competitive coaching and assisting in the development, mentoring and monitoring of 3-4 assistant Tennis coaches.
  • Head of tennis to design and build the adult coaching programme including ladies teams, cardio tennis development coaching and tournaments.
  • Parents – sharing the vision, structure and schedule of the programmes.

Candidate qualifications and skills

Person Specifications 

  • Tennis – USPTA (Elite professional), ITF (Level 2), RPT (Director) or equivalent
  • Experience and a definite potential to inspire our players
  • Excellent communication skills
  • An appropriate approach to age-group training (LTAD) focusing on the College skills & qualities, technical competence, motivation, enjoyment, team-building and long-term success
  • Strong organisational skills, including a working knowledge of sports tournament and programme organisation at a high-performance level
  • A commitment to holistic education and to the mission of the school
  • An ability to develop relationships based on mutual respect

Benefits

Will be shared if you are successful in the role.

Job Summary

    Job Summary

  • Singapore Location
  • 09 Nov 2021 Published
  • Tennis Professional Listing type
  • 20211109937A Listing number
  • Negotiable Salary type
  • Negotiable Indication of working hours
  • 09 Dec 2021 Closing date
  • 01 Dec 2021 Starting date
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