Leidinggevende functies op het gebied van sport en recreatie en bij culturele centra


ISCO 08 Code 1431     Sports, recreation and cultural centre managers

Lead Statement
Sports, recreation and cultural centre managers plan, organize, and control the operations of establishments that provide sporting, artistic, theatrical and other recreational and amenity services.

Task statement
Tasks include:

  • planning and organizing the range and mix of entertainment, attractions, cultural activities, and sports and fitness programmes to be offered by the centre;
  • ensuring that facilities are kept clean and in good condition;
  • keeping abreast of new trends and developments in the creative arts and arranging theatrical productions and performances by bands and orchestras;
  • advising on the facilities available and promoting publicity in relation to events, shows and activities;
  • checking and keeping custody of all cash receipts and making regular stock checks;
  • establishing and managing budgets, controlling expenditure and ensuring the efficient use of resources;
  • planning and directing daily operations;
  • controlling the selection, supervision and performance of staff;
  • ensuring compliance with health and safety regulations.

Included occupations
Examples of the occupations classified here:

  • Amusement/ theme park manager
  • Billiards or pool hall manager
  • Casino manager
  • Cinema manager
  • Leisure centre manager
  • Riding school manager
  • Sports centre manager
  • Theatre manager

Excluded occupations
Some related occupations classified elsewhere:

  • Art gallery manager - 1349
  • Museum manager - 1349
  • Library manager - 1349

ISCO 88 Code(s) 1319 part
(NCvB; Mei 2010)