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Lead Tennis Coaching Role
David Lloyd Royal Berkshire

Location:
David Lloyd Royal Berkshire, Berkshire
Min. Qualification:
Level 3
Min. Accreditation:
LTA Accredited+
Job Type:
Full Time (21 hours or more a week)
Pay:
£1000/ week plus
Employer:
David Lloyd
Job posted on:
18 July, 2022
Closing date:
30 August, 2022

We are looking for a fully committed and ambitious coach to join one of the leading tennis centres in the country. We require a coach who is able to coach tots and younger tennis players as well as adults in both groups and on a one to one basis. A full on court assessment will form part of your interview.

David Lloyd Leisure is a dynamic and expanding company now having clubs above 100 across the U.K. and Europe. With this growth comes an exceptional opportunity for career progression for the right individuals. At the RBC we have a very substantial racquets membership and an established coaching programme for adults and juniors along with a healthy Team Tennis section. Our facilities are state of the art and currently include 12 indoor tennis courts and 5 new outdoor acrylic tennis courts. We also have a state of the art gym, studios, squash, badminton, spa, restaurant & 3 swimming pools plus lots more.

The ideal candidate must have bags of enthusiasm and be a role model to our young players. We need a coach who is fully committed to our long term goals and has a passionate and professional approach to their teaching as well as being a team player.

How to apply

Please email Sam Young Head Coach at the Royal Berkshire Club
Email racquets.royalberkshire@davidlloyd.co.uk
Mobile 07961 166 649.
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