The Round Hill Club (RHC), founded in 1922, is a highly regarded, private, member-owned Club located in Greenwich, Connecticut. Round Hill Club has a very centralized location with easy commutes from New York City as well as from all Fairfield County. The Club offers a wide range of activities for its membership including dining, golf, shooting, fitness facility, indoor and outdoor tennis, platform tennis and squash. The tennis facility includes eight outdoor Har-tru courts, two indoor courts and four platform tennis courts.

Position Summary

The Assistant Tennis and Platform Professional will support the Head Tennis and Platform Tennis Professional in teaching lessons and clinics, pro shop management, tournaments and event planning and execution, marketing, racquet stringing and other duties relating to the running of this highly regarded tennis and platform tennis program.

Required Qualifications and Experience:

A college degree is preferred as is a strong playing background in both tennis and platform tennis. USPTA and USPPTA certification required. A minimum of three years of highly recognized and innovative clinic and instruction and overall tennis and platform tennis management experience. Experience with pro shop merchandising and racquet stringing and repairs preferred. Must have a professional presentation and be enthusiastic and personable.

Compensation and Benefits

The RHC offers an attractive compensation package that includes a base salary, competitive hourly lesson rate, a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance and a 401(k) retirement plan with matching contribution. Additionally, the Club offers heavily subsidized housing for select staff members as well as some meals.

Please e-mail resume (in Word format) to Javier Ferrin-Kranewitter, Head Tennis and Platform Tennis Professional at This position is available October 1.

No phone calls, please. We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only candidates chosen for interviews will be contacted.

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