According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of coaching jobs will increase from 2020 to 2030 by 26%, which is much higher than other jobs. Even with this outlook, however, you still need to create the best resume you can to get recruiters’ attention. Let’s take a closer look into how to write a stellar coach resume below!
Depending on the type of coaching job you apply for, you may also need specific certifications to apply as well. If you plan to teach within the K-12 public or private school sphere, then many schools will also need you to have a teaching license.
This will depend on the type of coaching position you are applying to. Assistant coaches typically don’t have many years of experience, but a head coach or athletic director should. Usually, the job description will tell you how many years of experience is preferred (or required) for any given coaching position.
The cover letter tells the hiring managers why you are the perfect fit for the job. It gives you a great opportunity to formally introduce yourself in more depth before the first interview. Even if the cover letter is listed as optional, you should still write one anyway. Doing so will make you stand out even more.
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