Employment

Employment Opportunities at the Ottawa New Edinburgh Club:

ONEC Summer Day Camps:

Job title Job description
Sculling Instructor for Rowing Camps Experienced scullers, canoeists, and paddleboarders, please send your resumes to Richard Vincent at vincric@rogers.com.  Assets include previous coaching experience, certification, pleasure craft operator card, and bilingualism.
Tennis Instructor for Tennis Camps We seek an OTA certified tennis instructor to provide tennis instruction at our summer day camps (July through August).  Participants are children and youth (including disadvantaged youth referred by community resource centres) and the goal of the camps is to improve tennis skills while teaching participants how to learn by listening, how to work with others and how to have fun in a safe environment. To apply, submit your resume and a covering letter to Andre Barnes, ONEC Tennis Director, jobs@onec.ca.

Maintenance and Pavilion staff:

Job title Job description
Maintenance and Pavilion staff Job opportunities at our friendly, cottage atmosphere tennis club. ONEC is located in a green quiet space at the foot of the Rockcliffe Park. Your duties include: interacting with members, reserving courts, serving at the bar, court maintenance (red clay courts), and generally keeping the pavilion, deck and grounds in shipshape. Full- and part-time staff needed from May to October. Details of the duties and requirements of this position may be accessed here. To apply, submit your resume and a covering letter by April 15 to Bernie Desrosiers, ONEC Manager, jobs@onec.ca.

Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ): Some of the above positions may be subsidized by the CSJ program. For CSJ-funded positions, applicants must be full-time students aged 15 to 30 years who intend to return to their studies in the next school year. Indicate in your covering letter if you’re eligible for such positions.

Ontario Summer Experience Program (SEP): Some of the above positions may be subsidized by the SEP, sponsored by the Ontario ministries of Tourism, Culture & Sport and Government & Consumer Services. For SEP-subsidized positions, applicants must be currently enrolled as full-time students or within six months of graduation, and be residents of Ontario during the period of employment. Indicate in your covering letter if you’re eligible for such positions.


The Ottawa New Edinburgh Club is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and inclusion and encourage all qualified people to apply. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us at manager@onec.ca.

We thank all applicants, but only those considered for an interview will be contacted.