Sample Athletic Coach Resume

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Michael Byrne
2834 Monica Ct SW
Albany, NY 12201
(111)-123-1234
[email]

Summary
An articulate, focused individual with proven expertise in motivating youth to achieve goals, while also prioritizing and strategizing for winning school athletic programs; motivates students, parents, and staff to be in high esteem, has professionalism and personal integrity; skills include leadership, creativity, strategic skills both in the educational field and in business; dedicated to student and staff development; highly athletic and physically fit

Professional Experience:
Athletic CoachJanuary 2007 – Present
Buffalo Wold Wings, Albany, NY
Responsibilities:

  • Instructed and worked with athletes to prepare them for competition.
  • Helped athletes to play their best individually or as a team.
  • Assessed strengths and weaknesses in a participant’s performance and identifying areas for further development.
  • Demonstrated an activity by breaking the task down into a sequence.
  • Encouraged participants to gain and develop skills, knowledge and techniques.
  • Developed and imparted knowledge and understanding of fitness, injury, sports psychology, nutrition and sports science.

Athletic Assistant CoachMay 2004– January 2007
Ball State University, Muncie, IN
Responsibilities:

  • Recruited talented student and athletes.
  • Organized and administered daily conditioning and sport specific training.
  • Oversaw student-athlete behavior/conduct and academic eligibility.
  • Assisted in the decision making, purchasing, disbursement and return of all equipment, uniforms, etc. assigned to student athletes.
  • Ensured compliance with all regulations, rules, procedures and policies for the program as established.
  • Provided for travel, meal, and lodging arrangements as needed.

Athletic Clerk February 1999 – May 2004
Ector County Independent School District, Odessa, TX
Responsibilities:

  • Instructed and worked with athletes to prepare them for competition.
  • Helped athletes to play their best individually or as a team.
  • Assessed strengths and weaknesses in a participant’s performance and identifying areas for further development.
  • Demonstrated an activity by breaking the task down into a sequence.
  • Encouraged participants to gain and develop skills, knowledge and techniques.
  • Developed and imparted knowledge and understanding of fitness, injury, sports psychology, nutrition and sports science.

Athletic Assistant CoachMay 2004– January 2007
Ball State University, Muncie, IN

Education
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science, Stanford University, CA, 1999
Associate Degree in Applied Arts and Sciences, Stanford University, CA, 1997

Skills:

  • Good communication skills, both written and verbal
  • A creative approach to new campaigns
  • Strong organizational skills
  • A high standard of computer literacy
  • Athletic, sports, integrity and physical prowess

Awards and Honors
National Sports Foundation, Member
National Institute of Sports Professionals, Member

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