Qatar Sports vacancies

This is where we try to keep things light and fun. When recruiting sports candidates, we understand the importance of building relationships and seek to provide candidates who are personable as well as professional. Our candidates are often certified in their field with over 3 years of experience in coaching. Depending on what you are looking for, we can also provide candidates with a medical background such as a strength and conditioning coaches who specialize in rehabilitation. 

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Dancing Coach

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Degree in Dance with minimum 2 years experience

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Gymnastics Coach

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Coaching qualifications with minimum 2 years experience

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Pilates Coach

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Mat Pilates and practical experience of mat-based Pilates

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Martial Arts Coach

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Coaching qualifications/ trainings with minimum 2 years experience

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Swimming Coach

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelors in Physical Education and Sports with minimum 2 years experience in swimming instruction

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Tennis Coach

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Coaching qualifications with minimum 2 years experience

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Basketball Coach

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Coaching qualifications with minimum 2 years experience

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Football Coach

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Caching qualifications from The Football Association (FA) with minimum 2 years experience

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Strength & Conditioning Coach

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s degree in a related field such as exercise science or human performance

Please Do

Use greetings and formalities as they are particularly important when dealing with Arabs. It is considered impolite to start any conversation or request without at least saying ‘Good Morning’. Make an effort to learn about the ways, traditions, customs and religion of your host country. Dress modestly in Qatar, which is a Muslim country with conservative dress codes. Loose trousers are acceptable for women, but avoid shorts and short skirts, strappy low-cut tops, see-through and transparent clothes. Hail Karwa, Al Million and Alijarah turquoise taxis, which are safe, clean and metered. The majority of the drivers speak English. When ordering a taxi by phone do so well in advance as delays can occur. Bargain with shopkeepers which is the norm here in the souqs. Always counter the original offer with a lower price than you expect to pay and work slowly upwards to what you wish to spend. Watch out for separate counters and sections for women in banks and utilities. Enjoy Qatar at night as it is one of the safest places in the world. During the hot summer and Ramadan you will see people around town well into the early hours of the morning. Drink plenty of water in addition to other beverages. At temperatures reaching over 40°C you need at least two liters a day. Deep yellow urine is a sign of dehydration. Use a high-factor sunblock on all exposed skin year round. Don’t forget the tops of your feet if wearing sandals! Children and fair-skinned people also need a hat or cap. Remember the air-conditioning, which can chill you at restaurants, cinemas and malls. Take along a light jacket, sweater or shawl as a precaution.

Please Don’t

Look or stare at people closely no matter how fascinating their dress! This general courtesy is particularly important in a society where modesty in dress and behavior is mandatory. Ask an Arab lady for information or directions if you are a man. Respect the fact some Arab ladies are private people in public places. They are more than willing to help other women, so if you are in a mixed group, let the women do the talking! Be offended if your handshake is refused by a Muslim. Handshakes are most often refused to members of the opposite sex. It is not meant personally, but simply a religious prohibition applicable to Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Take a photograph without permission of people (including the police or armed forces) or sensitive sites. Arab women and many older people strongly object to being photographed. Be annoyed if your guest/contact is late – just remember time is more elastic in Qatar. Use your left hand for eating with your fingers with Muslims. The right hand is considered more appropriate as the left hand is reserved for personal hygiene. Sit with the soles of your shoes or feet facing towards your Qatari hosts; it is considered insulting. Equally, don’t sit with your back to other guests. Drink too much alcohol so that your behavior is affected in public. Alcohol in Qatar is a strictly regulated concession and there is zero tolerance for drink-driving, drunkenness or rowdy behavior. Go barefoot in the sea where stonefish lie camouflaged along the shoreline. Although rare, the poisonous defense mechanism causes excruciating pain and needs a hospital visit. Also be on the lookout for jellyfish, particularly in the summer months.

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