Seasonal Youth Tennis Instructor
Other Seasonal Youth Tennis Instructor at Roseville Parks & Recreation Department
Available Openings: 5
Industry: Government
Youth Friendly
Pay Type: Hourly
Compensation: $14.00-17.75
Education Preferred: Yes
Education Level: High School
E-Verify: Yes
Criminal Background: Not Eligible

The Seasonal Tennis Instructor will assist in the implementation of Roseville Parks and Recreation tennis lessons in a manner to promote fun, enjoyment, health, and safety of participants of all ages and abilities. Seasonal Tennis Instructors receive work direction and report to the Recreation Supervisor. Seasonal Tennis Instructors assist in overseeing the assigned lessons, maintain constant supervision, and keep all participants within the activity area and safe and engaged at all times. This position has continuous public contact requiring professionalism, courtesy, and good judgement. Tennis Instructors are expected to initiate, lead, and participate in games and lessons, while modifying activities to meet specific characteristics of age, group, and ability level.


The Seasonal Tennis Instructor works outside at the city of Roseville parks. This position requires high attention to detail or deadlines 45-70% of the time and moderate physical effort of moving equipment up to 20 pounds, less than 25% of the time. Staff position schedules vary based on program hours and needs. Hours range from 2-12 hours per week.

The Seasonal Tennis Instructor is responsible for varied technical, complex, and confidential functions, many of which have deadlines and require significant attention to detail.

Activities that occur constantly (1 - 4 hours/shift): walking, talking, listening, hearing, repetitive motions, swinging a tennis racket, demonstrating, lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling, climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, handling, and grasping


Punctual, reliable, and dependable in regards to work schedule Knowledge and experience in playing, coaching, or teaching tennis Provide leadership, supervision, and instruction towards participants while communicating effectively Demonstrate excellent verbal skills Provide instruction based on the ability and experience of class participants Understanding of rules, game strategies, and skill development for all level of players Basic reading, communication, math, and problem solving skills equivalent to that of a High School level Possess a positive, energetic, and fun-loving attitude Exhibit creative problem solving skills and the ability to think independently in a fast paced environment
Must have concussion training certificate by first day of staff training (provided by the City of Roseville)

The City of Roseville is dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in our workforce. The City seeks to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to work. We are focused on equity and believe that diversity brings a unique and important perspective to the work we do. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Roseville Parks & Recreation Department

Contact: David Peters
Phone 651-792-7105
2660 Civic Center Drive
Roseville, MN, MN 55113
Transit: No Transit