Job Opportunity: Ontario Tennis Association
OTA seeks Events Coordinator for summer season
Job Title: Events Coordinator
Location: Aviva Centre, Toronto (on the York University campus)
Job Description: The Ontario Tennis Association (OTA) is seeking a dedicated, outgoing and motivated individual who is interested in gaining relevant work experience in the non-profit sport sector. This position will appeal to students in a sport management or events management program. The Event Coordinator’s primary responsibility is in collaborating with the OTA Player Development Team (Rankings Manager, Events Manager, Player Development Manager) in the preparation, administration and delivery of high performance tournaments and events. Detailed job description and list of qualifications can be found here.
- Must be between 18 and 30 years of age at the start of employment.
- Full-time post-secondary student: Applicants must have been registered as a full-time student during the 2017-18 academic year AND intend to return to school on a full-time basis during the 2018-19 academic year.
- Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident or a person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration & Refugee Protection Act*. (*Foreign students are not eligible)
- Must be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation or regulations.
Remuneration & Duration:
This position is supported by the Canada Summer Jobs program and will pay a wage of $15/hour.
Start Date: June 4th, 2018 | End Date: August 10th, 2018
Friday, May 25th, 2018
Please submit a resume and cover letter to Kartik Vyas, OTA Player Development Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Ontario Tennis Association
The Ontario Tennis Association (OTA) is the provincial sport governing body for tennis in Ontario. It is a non-profit organization, incorporated under the Corporation Act and formally recognized by the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. It is the largest provincial tennis association in Canada, boasting 260 clubs and 58,000 adult and child tennis players.
The two basic aims of the OTA are to promote participation in tennis as part of a healthy lifestyle and to provide a structure of services which will assist players to reach a level of competence consistent with their personal goals and abilities.