Athletes and Sports Competitors :



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Indiana Average Salary
Average Time to Fill 0 days
Typical Education No formal educational credential
Typical Experience Over 10 years
10 Year Projected Openings (2016-2026) 543
10 Year Expected Percentage Change (2016-2026) 5.43 %

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Skills Profile


Essential (Soft) Skills

Essential Skills to Employers

Oral Communication
Critical Thinking
Leadership
Professionalism
Intellectual Risk-taking
Work Ethic
Integrity
Teamwork
Attention to Detail
Appreciation of Diversity
Numerical and Arithmetic Application
Adaptability
Problem-solving
Creativity
Decision-making
Conflict Management

Top Job Duties and Responsibilities

Judging the Qualities of Things, Services, or People

Evaluate individual fitness level
Evaluate talent of individuals or groups
Evaluate skills of athletes or performers
Evaluate training programs, materials, or instructors

Coaching and Developing Others

Provide life, leadership, or executive coaching
Coach others on performance at work
Encourage group and organizational participation
Motivate employee behavior and performance

Updating and Using Relevant Knowledge

Improve physical appearance, conditioning, skill, or technique through physical training
Practice athletic or artistic skills


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Related Licensing Requirements


Professional Boxer (18-0000000197)

SECTION 10. Licensing Requirements for Professional Boxers (a) This SECTION applies to professional boxing. (b) An individual must file a completed professional boxer application with the commission and be issued a license as a professional boxer before being permitted to participate at a commission approved professional boxing event or professional-amateur boxing event. (c) The application for licensure as a professional boxer must include the following: (1) Either: (A) a completed association of boxing commission boxer federal identification card application accompanied by the required application fee under SECTION 7 of this document; or (B) a clear photocopy of the applicant's active boxer federal identification card issued by another state or tribal nation pursuant to 15 U.S.C. 6305. (2) A written statement from a physician, not more than one (1) year old from the date of the commission approved professional boxing event or professional-amateur boxing event the applicant seeks to participate in, which affirms that the applicant has undergone a thorough medical examination and is physically fit and qualified to participate in the sport of boxing. The physician who conducts the medical examination and affirms the physical fitness of the applicant must have been licensed in the jurisdiction in which the medical examination occurred at the time the medical examination was conducted. (3) Laboratory results, not more than one (1) year old from the date of the commission approved professional boxing event or professional-amateur boxing event the applicant seeks to participate in, affirming that the applicant has tested negative for the presence of: (A) antibodies to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV); (B) the surface antigen of the hepatitis B virus; and (C) antibodies to the hepatitis C virus.

- Indiana Gaming Commission~Indiana State Athletic Commission (3172347164)
- http://www.in.gov/igc/

Boxing Competitor (18-0000000198)

SECTION 90. Licensing Requirements for Professional Unarmed Competitors (a) This SECTION applies to professional unarmed combat. (b) An individual must file a completed professional unarmed competitor application with the commission and be issued a license as a professional unarmed competitor before being permitted to participate at a commission approved professional unarmed combat event or professional-amateur unarmed combat event. (c) The application for licensure as a professional unarmed competitor must include the following: (1) Either: (A) a completed association of boxing commission mixed martial arts national identification card application accompanied by the required application fee under SECTION 87 of this document; or (B) a clear photocopy of the applicant's active mixed martial arts national identification card issued by another state or tribal nation. (2) A written statement from a physician, not more than one (1) year old from the date of the commission approved professional unarmed combat event or professional-amateur unarmed combat event the applicant is seeking to participate in, which affirms that the applicant has undergone a thorough medical examination and is physically fit and qualified to participate in the sport of unarmed combat. The physician who conducts the medical examination and affirms the physical fitness of the applicant must have been licensed in the jurisdiction in which the medical examination occurred at the time the medical examination was conducted.

- Indiana Gaming Commission~Indiana State Athletic Commission (3172347164)
- http://www.in.gov/igc/


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