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Welcome to Dreams Sports Academy (DSA) recruiting system.

Dream Sport Academy (DSA) is a group of ex-professional sports players who decided to come together for a good cause and give back to the community the skills they learnt over the years. DSA is also one of the fastest growing sports academies in Hong Kong, with dynamic innovation and passion. We provide exciting, intensive and professional training and sports experiences throughout the community. Our services include Basketball, Football, Badminton, Swimming, Tennis and Rugby, all taught by experienced and professional coaches.

The DSA is now looking for higher caliber of coaches to join the DSA family.

 

Positions available:

Football Coach (male and female)

- Minimum Level 1 Coach, preferably Level 2.
- Experience in grassroots football
- Experience in coaching both male and female players between 3-12 y/o
- Must be willing to relocate to Hong Kong or live in Hong Kong
- Can work in a team

 

Basketball Coach (male and female)

- Must be certified with a valid coaching certificate
- Can coach both beginner and advanced skill level
- Experienced in coaching both male and female athletes between 5 and 18 years old
- Provide administrative support.
- Stay up to date on the basketball industry and best practices
- Must be willing to relocate to Hong Kong or live in Hong Kong

 

Accounting Clerk

- Form 5 or above with LCC Level 1 Accounting Certificate
- At least 1 year experience
- Proficiency in using Word, Excel & Chinese Word
- Hard working, responsible and self-motivated

 

Administrative Assistant

- Form 5 or above
- At least 1 year experience
- Proficiency in using Word, Excel & Chinese Word
- Self-motivated, patients, good interpersonal skills, well organized
- Good command of both written Chinese and English. Ability to speak Putonghua is an advantage

 

Please send your resume together with your qualifications to job@dreamsports.com.hk


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