Are you interested in a rewarding career with ACEing Autism?

We have a great story to tell, serving wonderful families and children coast to coast, and we are continually expanding both our programs and team. We would love you to be a part of our success story, and be an important part of supporting children on and off the court. Consider joining the ACEing Autism team!

Current Openings

On Court Support

We are a recreation program, which is different from a more formal clinic setting. While the majority of our participants make progress in a range of areas, we are not providing therapy. We aim for participants to be happy, relaxed, and engaged. As an expert, your goal is to teach our volunteers and Program Directors how to best work with, communicate with, and relate to the kids in our program. The goal is not for you to work directly with participants, but to consult on strategies and basic principles of behavior to our volunteers who work directly with the participants.

Employment Type
Part Time Employee

Reports to
Director of Program Operations & Quality Control Manager

Experience working with children with autism and other developmental disabilities

Understanding of basic principles of behavior and ability to communicate them to laymen in a clear and concise manner

Tennis experience is a plus, but not required

Job Duties (including but not limited to)
Work directly with, and provide feedback to, Program Directors and volunteers on best practices for working with children on the autism spectrum.

Focus on the following primary goals during clinics:

  • Have fun (task analysis to meet them where they’re at so they can be engaged)
  • Socialization (ideally with other participants, but volunteers too)
  • Exercise (keep them moving, minimal standing around)

Regional Program Director

The Regional Program Director (RPD) is responsible for overseeing a cohort of ACEing Autism programs in a designated region to ensure program quality and provide additional support to active programs. The RPD will visit each assigned program at least once a year to evaluate the quality of the program, conduct an annual quality evaluation, and provide training, feedback, and mentorship.

Employment Type
Part Time Employee

Reports to
Director of Program Operations & Quality Control Manager

Successfully completed at least 2 years as an ACEing Autism Program Director or 2+ years of experience working with children with autism and other developmental disabilities

USPTA/PTR Certification preferred

Job Duties (including but not limited to)

Annual site visits

  • Each site visit to assigned programs includes the following:
  • Pre-visit prep (1-2 hours)
  • Volunteer training (20-40 minutes)
  • Program director meeting (30 minutes)
  • Observation of program and coaching (1-2 hours)
  • Customer relations with parents during the program (as needed)
  • A written report and completion of the quality evaluation checklist.


  • Ensure the integrity of all assigned ACEing Autism programs by enforcing quality guidelines.
  • Supervise the assigned programs and report to Director of Program Operations on quality status.
  • Assess programs, provide program expertise and support, and deliver feedback to Program Directors.
  • Deliver Volunteer and Program Director trainings, as necessary.
  • Perform program administration duties and act as a liaison for the national office.
  • Submit an annual quality evaluation on each program being overseen.
  • Support initiatives to further organization’s mission and vision.
  • Work in partnership with other Regional Program Directors for best practices

Marketing, Communications & Administrative

  • Timely email and verbal communication with Program Directors.
  • Communicate with the National Office regarding program status, needs, issues, and/or safety concerns.
  • Coordinate and schedule travel arrangements for site visits with Operations Manager.
  • Submit Purchase Request, Expense Reimbursement, and Timecards in a timely manner
  • Assist in identifying different markets to expand programming