Sports Management Jobs & Internships
Sports management is a “catch all” term, and that’s why it’s important to find a place where you can focus the area of sports management that most appeals to you.
The number of teams seeking qualified candidates for sports management jobs is very high. The difficulty is often finding where those opportunities exist. At Jobs in Sports, finding sports management careers is extremely easy. Depending on the type of work you’re interested in – for example: public relations, data analysis, accounting, etc. – job seekers like you will have an easy time finding many different positions in their area of expertise. Whether you’re looking to take the next step on your career path or move to a different market, this site is where qualified people like you are assured of getting your resume in front of the right hiring managers.
Here are some current sports management jobs:
When looking for sports management careers, diversity of employers is a critical component. Because sports management is a vast field there are many different types of companies. The site has postings from more than just sports teams – you can find sports management jobs with organizations in media, apparel, equipment, travel, and so many other areas that are involved in some way with sports.
Maybe you’re interested in working for a shoe company focusing on helping basketball players avoid debilitating ankle injuries or helping facilitate team travel. There are plenty of opportunities for people just like you. Sports in America continue to grow financially, so companies tangentially connected to athletic performance are always going to be seeking qualified candidates.
Many entry level positions are available as well, and Jobs in Sports is proud to offer listings for many minor league teams. If you dream of being the next Theo Epstein, one of the best places to get your start is with a minor league team. These teams are located all over the country, so finding a team in a desirable market is as simple as logging on to the website.
Finding a sports management job isn’t difficult if you know where to look – and the place to look is Jobs in Sports.
Featured Sports Jobs
Featured Sports Employers
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Remember, management is management regardless of the industry. Your education, training and experience outside of the sports industry translates to your next job within the sports industry. The fundamentals will always remain the same. In our ten years of 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.
"I posted a director-level position on JobsInSports.com and I received an overwhelming response from interested candidates. I hired a candidate for the position within 72 hours of posting, so I am very appreciative of the reach that JobsInSports.com has and I will utilize the site again when I need to fill any important positions."Rocky Harris, Houston Dynamo