Employment & Internship

The following positions are available. For additional information on any position, please call 358-3000 or contact us at careers@RVC.net

  • Itsy Bitsy Spikers (year round) RVC is looking for positive, energetic individuals who love working with young kids (ages 3-7) for our Satellite Itsy Bitsy Spikers program. Flexible daytime hours. 

    Middle School League (fall) Our Middle School League (grades 7th-9th) practices one night a week and will compete at RVC on Saturdays. Season runs September – November.

    City League (winter/spring) Our City League (ages 10-18) practice one night a week and will compete at RVC on Saturdays. Season runs mid-December – April.

    Please email careers@rvc.net for more information.

  • This is a great way to get more experience with volleyball, work with and teach a group of eager young players, and earn some money for your time and effort. Development opportunities provided. There are different level of teams. “Regional” and “Metro” teams play 6-8 tournaments within the state and girls teams will play in multi-day events; “Zonal” teams play 10-12 tournaments and travel more with 2-3 overnight stays, and “National” teams play 12-15 tournaments with 3-5 out-of-state tournaments or multi-day events including at least one national championship. Coaching assignments are based on coaching experience, available time, and seniority.RVC is supportive of coaches’ efforts to improve their skills and finances many opportunities for training/education.Coaches do get paid! Pay is determined by the amount of time required to work with each level of team. If you have any interest in helping with RVC Juniors, contact Scott Newton at 358-3000/scott@rvc.net with your gender / age / level preferences. Also, please print out and complete our RVC Juniors Coaching Application.

    For our returning coaches click here for the Coaching Re-Hire Application. Each returning coach will need to fill one out if you plan to come back next year.

  • Flexible schedule Sunday thru Friday, 6pm to 10pm or 11pm each night. Pay is between $12/hr to $14/hr.  Must attend a referee clinic. Clinics are held according to interest/need and dates are posted on this website. Please register online  as space is limited.  The cost is $25 and includes referee packet (i.e. study materials). We teach you what you need to know. Candidates must successfully complete the clinic, observations and evaluation process.

    For questions, please contact careers@RVC.net.

  • Richmond Volleyball Club is dedicated to developing athletes of all ages for amateur volleyball competition and recreational play. Our employees enjoy a casual work environment, opportunities for development and a real opportunity to make a difference.

    In collaboration with the Adult Program Manager, the Member Service Coordinator will monitor the facility and activities during open gym and evening league play at the Richmond Volleyball Club. Anticipated hours are 3:30-11:30 pm five nights per week. Key responsibilities include:

    *Assist members by answering questions and explaining the club’s operations and activities.
    *Interpret rules and solve minor differences
    *Prepare the club for play or the night’s activities
    *Data entry, inputting league results, editing team rosters and updating memberships.
    *Referee scheduling and supervision

    Successful candidates will have:

    • Working knowledge of MS Office
    • Great communication skills and the ability to interact well with the public.
    • Exceptional organizational skills and be very detailed oriented.
    • The ability to solve problems and handle disputes in a professional manner.

    Salary: $21,450 plus benefits including 50% paid medical insurance, 100% paid dental and life and AD&D insurance, paid leave, meals, training and opportunities for growth

    How to apply

    Applicants should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the position to careers@RVC.net.

    Please note the selected candidate will be required to submit to a criminal background report. 

  • Seasonal – December – May                                $15/hour, 25-30 hours/week

     Incumbent will primarily work evenings and weekends; some flexibility with schedule 

    The purpose of the position is to support and assist the various junior programs of the organization. Serves as facility supervisor for weekend and some evening programming. Completes a variety of administrative tasks as assigned.

     Duties/Responsibilities:

    • Assists Program Managers with a variety of administrative tasks related to juniors programs i.e. generating rosters, making travel arrangements, tournament entries, program evaluation surveys, etc.
    • Works with Manager to schedule coaches for developmental programs including Jumpin’ Juniors, Itsy Bitsy, and JumpStart.
    • Oversees facility during weekend junior activities.
    • Acts as coach for developmental programs as needed, primarily as a stand-in when unexpected scheduling conflicts arise.
    • Schedules facility staffing for a variety of junior activities including USAV tournaments, practices, middle school league, etc.

    Successful candidates will have:

    • Working knowledge of MS Office
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interact well with the public
    • Exceptional organizational skills and be very detailed oriented.
    • Ability to prioritize tasks correctly

    HOW TO APPLY 

    Applicants should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the position to careers@RVC.net with “Jr. Program Assistant” in the subject line. No phone calls please.

    Please note the selected candidate will be required to submit to a criminal background report.