- patience and the ability to remain calm in stressful situations
- the ability to work well with others
- sensitivity and understanding
- leadership skills
- to be thorough and pay attention to detail
- the ability to work on your own
- knowledge of English language
- knowledge of teaching and the ability to design courses
- knowledge of public safety and security
- to be able to carry out basic tasks on a computer or hand-held device
In this role, you could:
- find and train staff, coaches and volunteers for projects
- promote and run projects and activities
- monitor and evaluate projects
- find funding, manage resources and budgets
- put local and national policies into practice
- attend meetings, seminars and conferences
- coach or supervising sport
You could work in an office, at a school, on a sports field, at a fitness centre or at a college.
Your working environment may be outdoors some of the time.
With experience you could become a sports development manager or a regional manager.
You can find out more about careers in sport from The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences.
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