Sports professionals need a Website that can address the unique challenges our industry poses to both job seekers and employers
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) July 9, 2009
TheFieldJobs.com today announced the launch of a new website for job seekers and employers in the sports, recreation and fitness industries. The site, The Field Jobs, provides the most comprehensive sports job listings on the Web, along with tailored resources to assist job seekers and special tools for employers.
TheFieldJobs has job listings in more than 25 U.S. cities including: New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas, Atlanta, San Jose, Phoenix, San Diego, San Antonio, Philadelphia, Detroit, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Indianapolis, Charlotte, Jacksonville, Denver, Memphis, Miami, New Orleans, Portland, Kansas City; and 20 focus areas which are: Baseball, Football, Basketball, Hockey, Soccer, Tennis, Racing, Golf, Volleyball, Running, Lifeguard, Track, College Sports, Fitness, Extreme Sports, Skiing, Ice Hockey, Personal Training, Recreation and Nutrition. Also, there is a sports job resource section at Sports Job Resources which offers articles on how to break into the sports industry, how to write an effective sports resume, and other specialized topics.
The site also features blogs written by current sports, recreation, and fitness professionals, who provide an inside look into what it's like to work in the sports field. Current bloggers include a national staff member with the United States Tennis Association, a certified athletic trainer with the United States Olympic Committee, and a sports information and media relations specialist with the Columbia University Athletic Department. The Field Jobs blogs can be found under the Sports Team Blog section.
For employers, TheFieldJobs.com is the first Website of its kind to provide enhanced search functionality. The site's sophisticated tool searches only the applicable job experience section of a resume, allowing employers to more quickly find only the most qualified candidates.
"Sports professionals need a Website that can address the unique challenges our industry poses to both job seekers and employers," said Justin Street, CEO of TheFieldJobs.com, "Our experienced, talented team of sports professionals is proud to launch TheFieldJobs.com to match qualified candidates with employers in the sports, recreation and fitness fields."
For more information about finding or posting a job in the sports, recreation, and fitness industries go to Sports and Fitness Jobs.