Options include sports roles like those included in our Jobs and Careers in the Sports Sector careers guide.
Information on a wide variety of Professional graduate roles including many sports and management roles can be accessed through Prospects.
This site includes information on what jobs involve, salary and where the jobs are advertised some examples being:
Information can be found on management, buying, marketing, project management, sales, a very wide range of Management/Business specialisms that could involve working in a sports organisation and fully using all the sports management training, experience and skills.
It is also useful to look at Prospects: What can I do with my degree?
Here you can see popular roles with your degree, skills you have gained and popular further study.
IMG (Sports Management Company)
The job involves conducting background research for the latest football news, compiling and trading odds on football markets, trading in-running and risk management: monitoring and managing liabilities.
You need to be highly numerate with a good maths-based degree or top grade at Maths A-level. You of course need an excellent knowledge of football, a strong interest in the sports betting industry and have good Excel skills. You must be prepared to work unsociable hours.
Most sporting organisations advertise job vacancies on their websites. Some examples are:
Chartered Institute of Sport & Physical Activity (CIMSPA): The CIMSPA started operating on 1st January 2012 and aims to “develop a vibrant, UK wide sport and physical activity sector, led by professionals providing advocacy and leadership and working in partnership with its stakeholders to help ensure the highest standards of service delivery.” As well as advertising jobs in the industry, it also offers an insight into Careers in the Industry.
There are a huge number of summer jobs promoted both in the UK and abroad covering sport (coaching, lifeguarding, summer holiday schemes, play schemes) that offer students opportunities to gain invaluable skills and experience in the sport industry. Organisations recruiting include:
Another useful resource for both full time and part time roles is LinkedIn, to find out more on creating your profile and using LinkedIn as a networking and job search tool look at:
Remember to check My Career Hub: Find and apply for roles through Manchester Met’s online vacancy system. Log-in using your student ID number and password.
Detailed careers guides: Our full range of careers guides, including information on finding and applying for opportunities are available on our website.
Ask a Careers Question Online: Get online advice through My Career Hub, ask your question at any time and receive support via email.
Careers Events: Meet employers and enhance your employability by attending our workshops, employer events and careers fairs.
MMyou: The online careers centre you can access 24/7 to view lots of career resources, advice and tips, career quizzes and helpful articles wherever you are. Including articles and information tailored to your sector. Login to find out more!
For more information visit mmu.ac.uk/careers
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The online careers centre you can access 24/7 to view career resources, advice and tips, career quizzes and information tailored to your sector.
Get online advice through My Career Hub, ask your question at any time and receive support via email.
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