Established in 1892, Chevy Chase Club (CCC) is a full service, family oriented country club located just outside of Washington DC. The Club’s remarkable gardens, grounds, athletic venues and clubhouse facilities offer year-round enjoyment for all ages. The Club offers an eighteen hole golf course with practice facility, seventeen outdoor Har-Tru tennis courts, four indoor air conditioned Har-Tru tennis courts, seven platform tennis courts, a modern fitness facility with two exercise studios, three swimming pools, eight lanes of duckpin bowling, an outdoor ice skating rink, eighteen overnight guest rooms, a nature trail and greenhouses. Food and beverage facilities include three clubhouse dining rooms, full banquet facilities, two seasonal sports canteens and a casual dining “Winter Center.”

The Director of Racquet Sports (DoR) position is comprehensive and must ensure the successful achievement of the mission and objectives of Chevy Chase Club. Responsible for all aspects of and related activity for the tennis and platform tennis facilities, programming and staff, the Director of Racquet Sports (DoR) is a highly visible position requiring strong presence, leadership and communication skills with members and staff alike. The DoR is expected to be the leader of the program by passionately promoting the games of tennis and platform tennis both socially and programmed while engaging his/her team to have the ability to do so as well. Chevy Chase Club employs a loyal, professional and accomplished management team and wishes to complement the excellent group already in place. The working environment of the organization is one of professionalism and respect and the CCC prides itself on the positive relationships it maintains with its staff.

Simard Search, the premiere recruiting firm for tennis executives, has been retained to facilitate the hiring process.

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