A unique platform bringing together global sports business professionals to create a sports business community where all the essential components of the industry can be found and utilised.
The website provides a list of the latest jobs from the industry from all over the world. You can join isportconnect by importing your LinkedIn account or manually create your profile.
Special feature is the market place where you can communicate with members professionals from the industry such as: investors, business suppliers & service providers, sponsorship brand directors and consultants and more
This website is aiming for students and graduates. It is not a sport-only, but offers various opportunities from different sectors. These can be either short term work placements, generally lasting between eight weeks and six months or longer term internships lasting between six and 12 months. The opportunities have a genuine development focus, meaning that the website’s clients and employers offer the opportunity to gain valuable and practical experience. But most importantly – they are all paid. You can sign-up or even create Step candidate profile – once you have done this you can use it as the basis for any application you wish to make.
An example of a Premier League club 6 weeks placement – click here.
This website operates from International Offices in Lausanne, London, Singapore and Sydney, thereby covering all the major global geographic sports markets. You can select from a number of different regions like: Asia, Africa, Australia & NZ, Europe, Middle East, North America, South America, United Kingdom. In addition, the website offers a wide range of sectors to sort your search.
There is also a Careers Centre section which offers you advice on CV’s and Interviews. You can search for the featured jobs simply by clicking on the Job Seeker option. By creating an account and uploading your CV, you can apply to any of the jobs featured on the website. Registration is also free. There are also regular job updates posted in your email so that you do not miss out any of the jobs.
The main activity of fcbusiness is their magazine – it is an in-depth football magazine featuring product reviews, case studies, interviews, research and comment on all the areas that touch the industry from finance, stadia development, safety & security to merchandise, ticketing and hospitality, and more.
But they also operate a Football Industry Jobs feature, for those of you who are interested in a narrowed and football-focused job search, which includes vacancies from the Football Association and Premier League clubs among other leading organizations from the industry.
You can sign up for their newsletter which can, if box-ticked, include job news, and also register your details with the website.
This is a very informative website which provides up to date news in the area of sports management and also features a number of jobs. Once you have clicked on the job of your choice, the website will redirect you to the respective company’s page where you can complete your application by uploading your CV and a Covering Letter.
You can find jobs from several football clubs and sport governing bodies while the majority of roles are fitness and physical activity orientated.
Offers a number of opportunities to graduates to kick start their career. There are a number of sports organizations who recruit from this website. Signing up is free. All you need to provide is some basic information and upload a CV. You can further highlight your job preferences and they will update you on the latest jobs available based on that information. Graduate Jobs in Sport give graduates an insight into the sport and leisure world by providing them with introductory articles on the sport in the UK.
This is the umbrella organization for sport in the UK which responsible for investing hundreds of millions of pounds each year in elite and sport. The website offers you all the latest jobs from sport governing bodies across the UK from voluntary through internships, experienced to executive jobs. On clicking on the job of your choice a detailed job specification is displayed along with instructions on the application procedure.
Umbrella organization for sport governing bodies. Responsible for investing National Lottery and Exchequer sports funding in organizations that will sustain participation in grassroots sports. They list all the latest opportunities in Sport England as well as jobs from other sport organizations, participation and grassroots sports related.
The football governing body is offering every individual the opportunity to sign in to its career section. Providing details of your desired job will enable the FA to send you an email whenever a suitable job opportunity is posted.
Offers a number of opportunities to graduates to kick start their career. There are a number of sports organizations who recruit from this website. Signing up is free. All you need to provide is some basic information and upload a CV. You can further highlight your job preferences and they will update you on the latest jobs available based on that information.