Updated January 10, 2011
If you are a job seeker and looking for a career in sports medicine, coaching, health or fitness, here are some of the best search engines and job posting web sites you may want to bookmark. For the best results, use targeted keywords such as: fitness, coach, personal trainer, sports medicine, specialist, coach, rehab, sports performance or search for your own ideal job title. Don't forget to include any certifications you have, such as: ACSM, NSCA, ACE, certified personal trainer, PT, ATC, ND, DC, etc.
Indeed.com is a meta search engine which pulls from a variety of online job search engines and job posting boards to find jobs you may otherwise never see. You can't post your own resume, but if you just want one easy-to-use search engine for job seeking, this could be the one.
SimplyHired lets you search thousands of job boards, classified and craigslist ads, as well as company job postings from the main search page. Use this meta search engine to help you sort jobs by keyword, location, salary or date and you have one-stop job shopping.
Monster is an oldie, but goodie when it comes to job searching. Lots of functions and features including interactive job searching, resume posting, employer and industry research. You can network with others, create jobs alerts, and use their job search research and interview tools to create an awesome resume and cover letter.
The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) career resources site offers job postings and networking opportunities for the health and fitness industry. Members can upload a resume, but anyone can search through the public listings for sports performance coaches, specialists, trainers, managers and directors.
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