SPMA (SPort MAnagement) Hub Inc.is on its way to becoming a premier destination within Canada for aspiring and current sport professionals. But we need help to get there and want to give you the sport industry skills, connections and experience you need to land your dream job.
We offer you the opportunity to earn academic credit through your College/University. When applying, please indicate if you are eligible for academic credit.
The position is a SPORT INDUSTRY work-from-home internship with flexible hours that will position you extremely well to land your dream job in this competitive industry. An online tracking system will be used so that you will never feel like you shouldn’t have done an internship from home.
Full-time hours are expected throughout the duration of the internship and will be determined by the Director of SPMA Inc. on a weekly basis.
The candidate will be responsible for activities not limited to:
- Outreach to key sport industry leaders
- Managing multiple contributors to the site
- Producing original content
- Curating questions for industry interviews
- Answering inquiries from the public
Those looking to gain valuable experience and work with a growing entrepreneurial team are encouraged to apply.
Applicants from various fields of study will be considered, with a strong consideration for Sports Management, Marketing and Communications Students. A passion for the managerial and business sides of sport is a must. The successful candidate will be a proven go-getter, be able to work well independently and is a highly motivated individual; Candidates should demonstrate this through course work and references.
We expect SPMA Inc. to continue to grow at a rapid pace. Therefore, we expect for our team to share in the rewards that are coming our way. Whether it be a networking experience or a resume enhancer, SPMA Inc. prides itself on helping aspiring and current sport professionals reach their ultimate goals in this fast-paced and rapidly growing industry.
Job Types: Temporary, Internship, Contract