Are you looking for a career in golf and youth development? First Tee — Greater New Orleans is a chapter of First Tee, a division of the World Golf Foundation located at World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fla. First Tee has chapter locations across the United States and select locations internationally. To search career opportunities available at First Tee locations across the country, visit https://firsttee.org/about/employment/.

To apply for any of the positions below, send a resume, cover letter explaining why you are interested in the specific position, and three professional references to Executive Director, Chip Patterson, at chip@firstteenola.org.

Available Positions In New Orleans

Development Manager

The primary responsibilities of the Development Manager are to support and assist the Executive Director with soliciting, managing and maintaining all annual revenue-generating activities for First Tee Greater New Orleans. These activities include planning, implementation, execution, tracking and communication with sponsors and donors. This role focuses on philanthropy-related events and strategic sponsorship initiatives to increase brand awareness, support the mission, vision and values of First Tee, strengthen the organization’s position in the local community and secure funding resources needed to implement, grow and sustain the organization and its programming activities and events.

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Communications Coordinator

The primary responsibilities of the Communications Coordinator include managing the day-to-day marketing and communication duties as well as administrative functions of the organization, fielding incoming queries from participant families and the public, and supporting and assisting the Executive Director and the staff with participant and parents activities and events.

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Coach

First Tee coaches are responsible for guiding and coaching young people to become responsible future citizens and active golfers by positively impacting their lives through our nationally-recognized curriculum. Classes take place at golf courses across the region both after school (3:30pm-6:30pm) and on weekends. Day long summer camps are also scheduled during summer months (June, July, August).

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