Category Archives: Sports CV

Martial Arts Instructor CV

Martial Arts Instructors provide basic and advance self defense courses in any of the various martial arts that are popular.  These are mostly oriental such as Judo, Karate, Ju-jitsu, Taekwondo, kung-fu, along with other less famous Asian and African martial arts disciplines.  These instructors are often self employed who won studios for training a school of martial arts students either as self-defense or for competitive sport. They can employ a faculty of martial arts instructors to cover certain days of the week.


Martial Arts Instructor CV Format

Melvin T. Hasegate

Chula Vista, San Diego, CA

Phone (618) 223-4332

hasegate_mt@ycmail.com

Career Objective

To work full time as a Martial Arts Instructor for a reputable Japanese style martial arts school

Professional Experience


2001 – Present: Martial Arts Instructor, Freelance in the Glendale Area

  • Design the course content and teaching methodology depending on age group, occupation and sex.
  • Conduct group classes for novice and amateurs students while providing for customized individual instructions to advance or competition-grade students
  • Conduct pre-tournament classes for students aspiring to win in the national karate championship events.
  • Ensure that martial arts uniforms and materials are properly complied with.
  • Provide feedback to students for further training
  • Provide referrals to advance masters for students you have shown satisfactory and promising skills.

Skills and Qualification

  • Earned Red Belt in Karate from the Beverly Karate Club
  • 12 years of experience as a Karate Instructor in private practice in the Chula Vista area with part time positions in schools in the San Diego area
  • Excellent administrative, communication and interpersonal skills

Education

1996 – 1998: High School Diploma, San Diego Municipal High School

Professional and Character References

To be furnished upon request


Football Coordinator CV

With the right Football Coordinator in your team, it’s not a far fetched dream to get a college scholarship if you have a promising football performance.  The Football coordinator often has the right network of friends in the NFL league to get the right football coach and get the school team noticed and its outstanding players rewarded with a fighting change to be drafted into the NFL.

Football Trainer/Coach CV Format

Steward G. Youngblood

E. Twiggs, Tampa, Florida

Phone: (772) 244-3554

youngblood_sg@ycmail.com

Career Objective

To work as a Football Coordinator for a college football team


Professional Experience

2001 – Present: Football Coordinator, Tampa Community College, Fl

  • Maintain rapport with NFL officials and veteran football coaches and front as a PR man for the college football team.
  • Invite NFL officials to grace the local intercolor community football tournament held annually with some NFL celebrities in the crowd.
  • Supervise the conduct of school tryouts to determine promising candidates to the school’s football team.
  • Assist the faculty in screening applicants to the school’s football team
  • Coordinate with the NFL on the schedule of national tryouts to allow the local high school team to play an exhibition game
  • Coordinate with local newspapers and internet sporting sites to cover community intercollegiate football games

Skills and Qualification

  • Played three seasons for the Florida Dolphins and Jaguars before taking active administrative role in the NFL
  • More than 13 years of experience mentoring high school football teams in on a part time basis
  • Excellent communication, social and interpersonal skills

Education

1993 – 1996: BA Commerce, Vanderbilt University, Tennessee

Professional and Character References

To be furnished upon request

Gymnastics Head Coach CV

Gymnastics Coaches provide the technical skills for budding gymnasts who can drive themselves to under the usually demanding rigors of the sport, especially if they are compete in national championships, let alone the Olympics.  Apart from coaching promising school athletes at a tender age when the sport is best taught, gymnastics coach are useful in health centers engaged in aerobic classes while can work as excellent dance instructors.

Gymnastics Coach CV Format

Penny E. Cole

Wrightwood St., Springfield, Illinois

Phone: (413) 433-6756

cole_pe@ycmail.com

Career Objective

To work full time as a Gymnastics Coach for a gymnastics team participating in state or national competition

Professional Experience


2003 – Present: Gymnastics Coach, Springfield Athletic Training Center

  • Design and develop the course curriculum and study regimens for gymnastic training and acrobatic dance classes.
  • Conduct screening of young children and accept for training only those showing strong aptitude for the sport or whose body types can easily be suited to the sport
  • Supervise gymnastic and acrobatic dance classes putting emphasis on style rather than technique
  • Encourage students to comply with attendance requirements and active whole-hearted participation.

Skills and Qualification

  • Part of the coaching faculty for the US Olympics gymnastic team competing for the 2000 Sydney Olympics and 2004 Athens games.
  • About 15 years athletic experience as a gymnast instructor and acrobatic dance instructor for the local dance club
  • Strong interpersonal skills to handle a team of players

Education

1993 – 1995: Gymnastics Training, National Gymnastics Association, Harvard University

1991 – 1994: High School Diploma, American River High, California

Professional and Character References

To be furnished upon request

Swimming Coach/Instructor CV

Swimming Coaches or Instructors are your teachers in the athletic sport of swimming and can also be trained for other water sports like diving and water polo, among others.  They are often employed in athletic and sport gyms and host annual summer swimming clinks or can perform as part time physical education high school teachers in schools with swimming pools.  They can also be found in airlines that train their newly hired cabin crew in basic swimming courses prior to full employment.

Swimming Coach/Instructor CV Format

Peter T. Casey

Embarcadero, San Diego, CA

Phone:  (619) 433-6576

casey_pt@ycmail.com

Career Objective

To work as a full time Swimming Coach/Instructor for a university athletic or varsity team engaged in national and international swimming meets

Professional Experience

2006 – Present: Swimming Coach/Instructor, freelance in San Diego area

  • Promote coaching service in personal blogs and a commercial website
  • Meet and discuss with clients their respective expectations and customize the learning process along with the estimated service quote. 
  • Ensure compliance with teaching schedules approved by clients
  • Coordinate with schools, civic and community organizations in conducting summer swimming clinics or intercommunity swimming tournaments.

2001 – 2006: Swimming Coach/Instructor, San Diego High Swim Team

  • Provide regular swimming classes to the country high school swimming team as well as regular PE classes for the graduating classes
  • Develop the course curriculum of basic and advance swimming lessons for approval with the faculty head.

Skills and Qualification

  • County champion in backstroke and freestyle intercolor swimming competition in two consecutive seasons from 1999 – 2001:
  • 9 years of athletic experience as a swimming coach for private families and school varsity swim teams.
  • Excellent leadership and interpersonal skills to handle a class

Education

1997 – 2001: High School Diploma, Marshallton-Thomas McKean/McKean School District

Professional and Character References

To be furnished upon request

Sports Administration CV

To pursue a career in sports administration, one must have administrative skills in organization, event management, marketing, planning, budgets, etc.  The CV for sports administration can highlight these qualities along with the pertinent degrees or qualifications that are helpful in such a career.  These resume can also be used by sports agents, sports coaches, coordinators, etc. to some extent.

Sample Sports Administration CV

Holman Bright

36 Westland Avenue

Woking SRY GU21

Mobile Number: 44 854 82387

Telephone Number:  265256

Email: holmanbright@gmail.com

Profile:

With my organization and administrative skills and a passion for sports, I embarked upon a career in sports administration.

Objectives:

I have a varied experience in carrying out administrative duties, ensuring good management of the systems and processes, organizing coaching, conferences, meetings, etc., offering advice on funding, promotion, and regulations, and many other related matters.  I am looking forward to take up administration and ensure the smooth running of a growing sports organization.

Educational Qualifications:

2002-2004:  Master’s Degree in Sports Management, School of Sports Management, Woking.

1999-2002:  Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Finance, The Woking University.

Professional Experience:

2006-2010:  Manager in Sports Hall of Fame in the Woking Area, looking after budget management, fiscal fundraising, hiring and firing, event management, etc.

2004-2006:  Administrative Sports Officer for University of Kent.

Achievements:

Instrumental in the smooth functioning of the Sports Department of the University of Kent, coming up with the right solutions in times of crisis.

Sports Administrator of the Year award in 2008.

Various awards in athletics at school level and college level.

Hobbies:

Tennis, hockey.

References:

Available on request.

Sports Agent CV

A sports agent is responsible for promoting the career of an athlete or sports person.  They have to communicate with team managers, team owners, coaches, captains, and others connected to the field to negotiate contracts for their clients.  Thus a sports agent’s CV should reflect his communication skills and a fair knowledge in sports and contractual law.  These resume can also be used by sports agents, coordinators, and to some extent even coaches.

Sample Sports Agent CV

Jason Segal

82 Garden Lane

Gloucestershire GL14 1QZ

Mobile Number: 44 815 88598

Telephone Number:  265323

Email: jasonsegal@yahoo.com

Profile:

A passion for promoting athletes and sports persons began in my schooldays, when I saw various friends of mine highly talented in sports not getting the right opportunity.  My dream is to bring out hidden talents in any kind of sports and be the cornerstone in the rise of a star.

Objectives:

My communication skills, sense of humour, and quick wit, clubbed with qualifications and experience in contractual law are my assets to my profession.  As a licensed sports agent, I am looking forward to using these qualities to help more and more youth in the sports field realize their dreams.

Educational Qualifications:

2002-2004:  Diploma in Contractual Law, The Law University of Gloucestershire.

2000-2002:  Masters in Business Administration and Sports Management,The London School of Business.

1997-2000:  Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science.

Professional Experience:

2008-2010:  Sports agent for BEST Football, representing various prominent footballers.

2006-2008:  Sports agent for Octagon Worldwide.

2004-2006:  Independent sports agent, responsible in the rising of quite a few prominent athletes, cricketers, and footballers.

Achievements:

Partners in Excellence in Sports Award in 2009.

Sports Agent of the Year Award in 2008.

References:

Available on request.

Sports Broadcasting CV

In the sports broadcasting field a commentator covers a sports event on television, radio, or other media and reports on the events as they happen.  A presence of mind and sense of humour are added qualities for a commentator and such qualities can be highlighted in the CV in addition to the qualifications and experience.  A retired sports person will be a good broadcaster and hence conquests in sports can be mentioned.  These resume can also be used by sports commentators, sports journalists, sports broadcasters, and the likes.

Sample Sports Broadcasting CV

Terence Botham

25 Orchard Avenue

Yeovilton SOM BA22 8HB

Mobile Number: 44 833 87698

Telephone Number:  265442

Email: ianbotham@gmail.com

Career Focus:

My love affair with sports has taken me far in the field of both cricket and football.  Retired from active sports, I still dream of sports and have been pursuing a career as a commentator.  Looking forward to cover interesting well-played games in cricket and football with commentaries, grabbing the attention of spectators.

Educational Qualifications:

1995-1997:  Diploma in Sports Journalism, University of Somerset.

Professional Experience:

1998-2010:  Commentator covering various international cricket matches for the BBC Sports Channel.

1977-1994:  Cricketer in the English Test Team as an allrounder, being captain of the team for 12 tests between 1980-81.

1980:  Played football for the Football Club, Scunthorpe United, as a center half, 8 appearances in the Football League.

1974-1977:  Played cricket for Durham, Somerset, and Worcstershire.

Achievements:

Honorary Doctorate in Sports Science by Leeds Metropolitan University in 2007.

BBC Sports Personality of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003.

One of Wisden’s Five Cricketers of the Year in 1979.

Twenty four centuries and 375 wickets in test cricket.

References:

Available on request.

Sports Journalism CV

A sports journalism reports on matters dealing with sports for newspapers, news channels, and the like.  A sports writer has to be unbiased and should be able to work late into the day if needed to cover certain sports events, and should have  good knowledge on the various aspects of sports.  The CV of a sports journalist should contain his ability and should highlight the above qualities in his character. These resume can be used by sports reporters, sports journalists, sports writers, journalists, etc.

Sample Sports Journalism CV

Ian Wooldridge

90 Somerset Gardens

London EC1Y 8SY

Mobile Number: 44 822 88898

Telephone Number:  264443

Email: iandridge@gmail.com

Career Focus:

With my enthusiasm for all kinds of sports and writing, I wish to take up challenging assignments in the field of sports journalism.  Interested in watching and providing commentaries for sports from a very young age, I embarked on this career to give vent to my passion for sports journalism.  As an onlooker in matches, whether cricket, football, or whatever it is, I am unbiased and my best wishes are always for the best team on the field.

Educational Qualifications:

2002-2004:  Diploma in Sports Journalism, University of Brighton.

2000-2002:  Master’s Degree in Journalism and Mass Communicatin, The London School of Journalism.

1997-2000:  Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature, University of London.

Professional Experience:

2008-2010:  Chief Editor for the London Sport Magazine.

2006-2008:  Sports Section Editor for Daily Mail.

2004-2006:  Reporter for BBC News Channel and reporter for Sunday Chronicle.

Member of The Sports Journalists Association.

Achievements:

Sports Writer of the Year Award in 2008.

Sports Book of the Year Award in 2007.

Been a member of an interstate cricket team in school level that has won several matches.

Publications:

Sporting and Doping (won the award).

Pitch Red Hot.

Portugal Revolution.

References:

Available on request.

Sports Science CV

A sports scientist has to utilize scientific methods to improve sports performance.  Physiology, psychology, motor control and biomechanics, nutrition and diet, sports technology, and performance analysis are some of the scientific methods incorporated.  Thus the CV of a sports scientist should contain his qualifications and experience in one or more of the above fields.  These resume can be used by physiologists, sports psychologists, sports therapists, sports dieticians, and such others.

Sample Sports Science CV

Edward Hall

92 Treelined Avenue

Wimbourne Dorset DOR BH21 1QX

Mobile Number: 44 823 89898

Telephone Number:  266643

Email: eddiehall@yahoo.com

Profile:

One of my driving passion since youth had been a fascination to explore the human mind and the other passion was sports.  So I have combined the two and chosen a career as a sports scientist dealing mainly with sports psychology, but also have a qualification in exercise physiology.

Objectives:

My dream is bring up the dormant talents of introverted, shy sports persons with my novel methods that I have recently developed.

Educational Qualifications:

2002-2004:  Doctoral Degree in Exercise Physiology, The London School of Sports and Rehabilitation.

2000-2002:  Master’s Degree in Sports Psychology, The London School of Sports and Rehabilitation.

1997-2000:  Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics, Dorset University.

Professional Experience:

2008-2010:  Sports scientist for the Academy of Athletics and Other Sports, Dorset, dealing with psychology and exercise physiology.

2006-2008:  Guest Sports Pscyhologist in various sports organizations and institutions.

2004-2006:  Psychologist in Dorset Medical University Hospital.

Member of The European Coaches Association.

Achievements:

Sports Scientist of the Year Award in 2009.

Several Awards in sports in school level and college level.

Brought forth the inherent qualities of many an introvert player.

Hobbies:

Tennis, Nutrition counseling.

References:

Available on request.

Sports Coaching CV

A sports coach has the responsibility of instructing and training the operations of a sports team or individual sports person.  The CV of a sports coach should highlight his own accomplishments in the game as well as his experience and expertise in coaching and bringing up a team.  These resume can also be used by sports therapists, sports trainers, and coordinators.

Sample Sports Coaching CV

Howard Burton

55 Flowerlaid Porch

Denton, Manchester M34 2IJ

Mobile Number: 44 815 88888

Telephone Number: 267543

Email: burtonhoward@gmail.com

Profile:

Having played cricket for 14 years in the national team and coached our national cricket team for 6 years, I have a passion for cricket as the gentleman’s game.

Objectives:

My dream is to transfer my undying passion for cricket to like-minded cricketers.  Looking forward to bringing up the rising talent of new cricket teams that have just begun their foray into the game with my coaching expertise.  Anticipating great experiences working with young talent.

Educational Qualifications:

2002-2004:  Master’s Degree in Sports Coaching from The London School of Sports and Rehabilitation.

1985-1988:  Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics, Manchester University.

Professional Experience:

2004-2010:  Official coach for the England Cricket Team.

1989-2002:  National player in the England Cricket Team, an all rounder, even have taken up wicket keeping at times.

Member of The European Coaches Association.

Achievements:

Sports Leaders UK Level 2 Award in 2008.

Several Man of the Match Awards during my tenure as a cricketer.

Increase in number of matches won by the English team since I took up coaching.

Hobbies:

Football.

References:

Available on request.