Are you interested in a career with Great Britain’s leading Tennis charity?
The Tennis Foundation exist to create opportunities. Our aim is to make it possible for all sorts of people to pick up a racket and take up the sport. Even those people who never dreamt tennis was for them. And especially those who don’t normally get the chance to follow their dreams. Whether you are passionate about grass roots development or want to support our world class wheelchair athletes the Tennis Foundation can offer exciting opportunities for career development.
If you think you’ve got what it takes to be part of our innovative and dedicated team please review the recruitment process or view our current vacancies below.
If you are interested in further opportunities within Tennis check out the LTA’s careers page.
Trustee and Chair of the Audit Committee
We are seeking to recruit an experienced individual to join the Tennis Foundation’s board as a trustee and chair of our newly formed audit committee. The role will also involve sitting on the remuneration committee. Ideally, the successful candidate would have both public limited company and charitable experience.
To apply please send a CV and Covering Letter to Emma Turgoose (firstname.lastname@example.org) by close of business on 28 February 2017.
London Disability Development Officer
We are looking for a London Disability Development Officer to implement the disability development strategy by supporting the South East Disability Development Manager to engage and build relationships with existing and new partners; encourage more facilities to deliver inclusive tennis programs and increase the number of disabled people playing tennis in the capital. This role is wide and varied, with a focus on building a legacy for our London disability events, as well engaging underrepresented London boroughs.
Middlesex Tennis – Disability Tennis Coordinator
Middlesex Tennis is looking for a Disability Tennis Coordinator to work one day a week on a flexible basis. Middlesex Tennis wishes to deliver more in the area of disability tennis and aims to engage more disabled people, with a focus on developing wheelchair/physical, visually impaired, learning disability/difficulties and deaf/hard of hearing tennis. This includes playing, volunteering and coaching. Middlesex Tennis will engage with a wide range of partners to ensure disabled people can play in a variety of settings either inclusively or in an impairment specific environment.
To apply please send your CV and a Covering Letter to email@example.com before 13th February 2017.