Employment


Love Soccer, Baseball and Basketball? Love Kids?
Become a Premier Youth Sports Instructor/Coach!

Part Time Schedule During School Hours
College Players, Ex Youth Players Welcome
Very Competitive Per 50 min Class Wages
21 Years and Up

Please send your resume, to
jobs@texaspremieryouthsports.com

Instructor Mission Statement: Deliver a program that develops kids physically, engages kids mentally, and teaches the joy of physical participation.

As a TPYS instructor you get the opportunity to influence and develop young bodies and minds. It is a fun and rewarding opportunity.

Instructor Goals:

The following are the TPYS instructors goals:

Develop student motor skills and Sports skills
Work in a fun, Sports related experience that the students enjoy
Help Build self esteem in each and every student
Develop student social skills

Skills and Attributes for Instructors:

Understand the objectives of the curriculum and games
Ability to plan and organize class content
Ability to motivate and engage kids in activities
Ability to give good clear explanation of activities
Ability to give a good demonstration of activities
Ability to make kids smile and laugh
Love kids
Are patient with kids
Enthusiastic and positive
Ability to challenge kids
Always willing to learn


Job Description:

Teaching – Direct classes of 4 to 12 players ages 2yrs groups to 8 years old. The instructor is charged with directing the activities using our proven curriculum teaching the kids good motor skills, good Sports skills, and some behavior skills. Sales and Customer Service – Texas Premier Youth Sports depends entirely upon customer satisfaction to survive. The instructor plays the pivotal role in both the student and parent customer experience. Besides teaching, the instructor gives student evaluations, and is charged with establishing a positive relationship with each and every parent. Instructors/Coaches are expected to be knowledgeable on all the programs offered after training.

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