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Sports Facility Managers

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One of the perks of the profession is the glamorous atmosphere that the job promotes; sports facility managers work to provide a unique environment for amateur and professional athletes, sometimes even celebrities and other performers. Although their work most often is behind-the-scenes, they may have indirect or direct contact with the high-profile personalities who perform in large venues. Sports facility managers usually work in clean, comfortable offices. Their work often involves other activities, such as construction, so they may also spend a great deal of time on construction sites and in trailers, supervising the construction of a new facility.

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