Coaches and Scouts
19 matches for sport and leisure
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- Coaches and Scouts
Alternate Occupation Titles
- Sports Recruiter
- Sports Teacher
- Assistant Track and Field Coach
- Cross Country and Track and Field Coach
- Cross Country/Track and Field Coach
- Field Hockey and Lacrosse Coach
- Professional Sports Scout
- Strength and Conditioning Coach
- Track and Field Coach
- Instruct or coach groups or individuals in the fundamentals of sports. Demonstrate techniques and methods of participation. May evaluate athletes' strengths and weaknesses as possible recruits or to improve the athletes' technique to prepare them for competition. Those required to hold teaching degrees should be reported in the appropriate teaching category.
- Arrange and conduct sports-related activities, such as training camps, skill-improvement courses, clinics, and pre-season try-outs.
- Explain and demonstrate the use of sports and training equipment, such as trampolines or weights.
- Instruct individuals or groups in sports rules, game strategies, and performance principles, such as specific ways of moving the body, hands, or feet, to achieve desired results.
- Keep abreast of changing rules, techniques, technologies, and philosophies relevant to their sport.
- Oversee the development and management of the sports program budget and fundraising activities.
- Perform activities that support a team or a specific sport, such as participating in community outreach activities, meeting with media representatives, and appearing at fundraising events.
- Plan strategies and choose team members for individual games or sports seasons.
Detailed Work Activities
- Coordinate athletic or sporting events or activities.
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