Looking for a job in sports? What follows is a collection of the best job boards and career resources for a career in sports and sports management.
Quintessential Careers: Jobs in Sports
Sports Jobs — search job listings by company, location, and keywords.
Sports Careers Niche Job Boards
The Field: Jobs for Sports –a job site for sports, fitness, and recreation experts, where job-seekers can search for jobs and internships, as well as post your resume. Includes expert advice on how to best position yourself for a sports career or fitness career. No cost to job-seekers.
Game Face Sports Jobs — provides consulting, placement, and training services to more than 300 professional sports teams and intercollegiate athletic departments, and provides career tips and placement for job-seekers interested in a career working with sports firms. No cost to job-seekers.
JobsInSports.com — an Internet-based employment service dedicated to helping you find a sports job/career. Fee-based program gives you access to sports job and internship listings as well as ability to post your resume.
SportsCareers.com — an employment site for job-seekers looking for a jobs in sports at all levels, including high school, college, and pro; also includes health and fitness, sports broadcasting, and others. Services include job listings, a resume bank, industry overviews, job descriptions, salary information, and more. Fee-based.
Tennis Job Line — provides worldwide job listings for tennis professionals and coaches. Jobs opportunities include schools, colleges, country clubs, resorts, camps, and others.
WomenSportsJobs — where women who are interested in working in the sports industry (including sports marketing, event management, community relations, coaching, athletic administration, health & fitness, broadcasting, and more) can sign-up for subscription-based (and fee-based) job listings as well as submit your resume (for free).
WorkInSports.com — a job site for job-seekers seeking anything from internships to executive level positions in the sports industry. You can (once you register) search job listings as well as post your resume. Resources include career tips, career spotlights from sports industry executives, and a directory of sports industry contacts. Fee-based.
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Don’t overlook going directly to the career center of potential employers to get the most current information on job openings, conduct research, and learn how to submit your application. You can find links to more than 500 company career centers in The Quintessential Directory of Company Career Centers.