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Program Director - Project Management

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Reports to: Director of Program Operations

Position Overview: The Project Management Program Director is responsible for planning running a successful weekly tennis program using the ACEing Autism curriculum. They are also responsible for communication, recruitment, and logistical planning, as well as volunteering at each clinic.

Requirements: Background Check (if 18 years+), CPR Certification, and Safe Play Certification

Job Duties include, but are not limited to:


  • Plan and schedule at minimum of two (2) six or eight-week sessions per year with the Tennis Program Director and tennis facility.
  • Communicate with the National Office for session planning, including location, dates, equipment and supplies, pre- and post-session meetings, and any problems or safety issues.
  • Attend initial and follow-up platforms training with Programs Coordinator (RegFox, POMS).
  • Communicate with participant parents and volunteers about upcoming and ongoing sessions.
  • Ensure all participants and volunteers are registered and screened (if 18 years or older).
  • Schedule and conduct volunteer training for each session.
  • Communicate participant registration information to volunteers.
  • Schedule and pair the volunteers with participants based on needs and volunteer schedules.
  • Ongoing check-ins with volunteers and parents both during session and off-season to maintain relationships and encourage retention.
  • Submit Purchase Request Forms and Expense Reimbursement Request Forms as needed.
Marketing and Communications
  • Attend social media training and engage in ongoing communications with the Marketing Manager.
  • Recruit volunteers and participants through local schools and organizations.
  • Ensure that the program is on-brand based on ACEing Autism specifications.
  • Work with the Tennis Program Director to ensure the integrity of the program, following the curriculum.
  • Supervise programs on-court, help with court set-up/clean-up, check-ins, court monitoring, etc.
  • Create relationships with volunteers and parents to help facilitate return rates.

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2001 S Barrington Ave #32, LOS ANGELES, CA 90025, US

Mission Statement

ACEing Autism is on a mission for children with autism to grow, develop and benefit from social connections and fitness through affordable tennis programming, uniquely serving individual needs while filling a national void for this growing and worthy population.


ACEing Autism aims to be the preeminent thought leader on how tennis and sport develops children with autism spectrum disorder byreaching 50% of the 1M+ families in the autism community and helping them become aware of ACEing Autism, while impacting an increasing percentage of those reached with ACEing’s unique programming.

Children & Youth
People with Disabilities
Sports & Recreation


We'll work with your schedule.


1012 North Woods Mill RoadChesterfield, MO 63017



  • Executive Admin
  • Administrative Support


  • Kids


  • ● During sessions: 15-25 hours a session ● Off-season: 5 hours a month

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