First Tee - South Puget Sound

First Tee - South Puget Sound

First Tee Coach - First Tee - South Puget Sound (Tacoma · WA)

First Tee - South Puget Sound Jobs
Jobs in Tacoma · WA
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First Tee Coach
A First Tee Coach is responsible for guiding and coaching young people to build character, overcome challenges, and become responsible future citizens and committed, active golfers through the lessons and coaching philosophies of First Tee’s Life Skills Curriculum.
 
Our Mission
First Tee is a youth development organization that enables kids to build the strength of character that empowers them through a lifetime of new challenges. By seamlessly integrating the game of golf with a life skills curriculum, we create active learning experiences that build inner strength, self-confidence, and resilience that kids can carry to everything they do. 
 
About the Position
A First Tee Coach is a part-time employee of First Tee – South Puget Sound, a nonprofit organization, and compensated by hourly wage on a biweekly basis. Employees are held to a high standard of conduct and desire for personal development, to coincide with the Nine Core Values and Life Skills Experience of First Tee. Responsibilities and leadership are shared by all coaches in a team environment, with the expectation of individuals to develop each session. This position would report to the Program Director. 
 
Job Qualifications
·      Graduation or certificate from an accredited high school (or acceptable progress tracking if in high school)
·      Avid recreational player and student of the game of golf
·      Basic skills with, and access to, a mobile phone and Microsoft Office
·      Clean and demonstrated track record of character and performance
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Job Requirements
·      Learn the curriculum and build a comprehensive understanding of the Life Skills Experience
·      Participate regularly in coach meetings, trainings, and special events provided by the chapter
·      Prepare for class by arriving early (roughly 30 minutes) and being informed of the lesson plan and coach materials provided to you
·      Set up the learning environment, including activities and games
·      Organize equipment and clubhouse areas to a high standard of order and cleanliness
·      Deliver a high-quality experience that ensures a positive and productive learning environment
·      Communicate & build rapport with participants, families, and community members
·      Report important updates, incidents, and follow-ups to the Program Director
·      Provide feedback on player progress and performance, daily and annually at session end

Job Questions:

  1. Do you have golf experience? (i.e. recreationally, coaching, competing)