When we first created the sports job board industry, the job seeker's choice was easy. It was JobsInSports.com or the Sunday classified ads. Today we understand that we have competitors and we welcome them into (and in most cases out of) the market as they make us strive to continue to our dominance of this category.
How will JobsInSports.com benefit you?
Creating this industry was never good enough for us. We continually reinvent our selves to bring new value to our members. JobsInSports.com has broken new ground with innovative programs specifically designed to make your search for sports related careers successful. Two recent examples include:
Weekly Verify Program - We automatically go through our database on a daily basis to verify that our listings for jobs in the sports industry are still available so you do not waste your valuable time and money applying for jobs that are no longer available. Over the course of the week, you can be assured that each job has been verified at least once to insure accuracy.
Resume Referral Program - We have made it our mission to bring the job seeker and the hiring manager together. With our Resume Referral Program, we scour the database to find sports job opportunities that match our applicants and send a personalized note of referral in the hopes that this extra attention will win favor with both our employers and our job seekers.
What if you don't have any sports industry experience?
"I am now in the sports industry!" - We love it when our members tell us that. It has been our constant endeavor to help job applicants realize their dreams of breaking into the sports industry. If you don't come from a sports background and yet wish to gain a foothold in this industry, is there any reason to worry?
The answer is no.
Remember, Sales is sales. Marketing is marketing. Management is management. The fundamentals will always remain the same. In all our years of experience working with hiring managers from sports organizations from around the country, we have rarely seen a listing requiring sports industry experience. Time and time again, sports employers want a competitive personality who is able to take their skills and apply them to the sports industry. Your background is not nearly as important as your desire to work hard and succeed.