Assistant to the Sport Director

Job description

Fédération Internationale de Teqball ◦ International Teqball Federation (FITEQ)


Established in April 2017, the Fédération Internationale de Teqball (FITEQ) is the governing body presiding over all matters relating to the sport of Teqball. With its offices based in Lausanne (SUI) and Budapest (HUN), the sport of Teqball has enjoyed strong growth over the last few years as a result of increasing athlete participation, a growing fanbase and the development of strategic partnerships.


Such progress can be demonstrated by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) when, in August 2018, its General Assembly unanimously recognised ‘Teqball’ as an official sport in the OCA sport programme.


Insofar as the event calendar is concerned, two editions of the Teqball World Cup have been held thus far.  The inaugural World Cup was held in June 2017 (in Budapest) attracting the participation of 20 teams. In October 2018, 42 countries competed for the total prize pool USD $100,000 at the 2nd Teqball World Cup held in Reims (FRA) in-front of a capacity audience of 3000 spectators. 


Set against these recent accomplishments, FITEQ seeks to continue to grow and develop Teqball globally by expanding its National Federation framework and its competition portfolio at a rapid pace. FITEQ is primed for action and is looking forward to an exciting future built on great optimism, great ambitions and great partnerships.


At FITEQ, a young, energetic team is waiting for you to join them.


The sport of Teqball


Teqball is a new and innovative sport unlike any other, which was first developed in 2012.  Teqball involves two (2) to four (4) players returning a ball over a specially designed table (the “Teqball table”) restricted to stringent game rules. It is a unique sport that teaches players to react quickly to the ball’s movement and ensures skills are at the core of the game as no physical contact between the players or the table is permitted.


Teqball is the perfect tool for both professional and amateur sportspeople to develop their technical knowledge, concentration skills and endurance!     




The primary responsibilities of the Assistant to the Sport Director shall include but are not limited to the following;


  • Coordination and organisation of management meetings, diaries and appointments;
  • Supporting day-to-day work of the Sport Director by administrative tasks;
  • Managing relations with external partners and internal management;
  • Governing and managing documentation, helping management with preparing, editing and duplicating documents;
  • Keeping to document deadlines;
  • Other business-related tasks, assistance with management requests (organising business trips, public relations, etc.).
  • Complete other such event duties and activities as directed by the Sport Director.



The personal profile and experience of the Assistant to the Sport Director shall include but are not limited to the following;


  • Fluent English language skills;
  • Native Hungarian language knowledge
  • Relevant experience in similar field;
  • A knowledge of, and passion for, sport and its impact on society and its values;
  • Self‐started and quick learner who is able to manage his or her own time;
  • Detail oriented;
  • Good organisational, administrative and project management skills;
  • Reliable, punctual, professional and polite;
  • Proficient in MS Office;
  • Ability to work both autonomously and as part of an interdependent team;

Location and Working hours

The role will be located in Budapest however international travel is expected. Due to the nature of the sporting sector, working outside of traditional hours will also be required from time to time.


    A competitive remuneration package will be offered to attract the best candidates.