Table officer (judo) - Salary and Career
Sports referees

Table officer (judo) - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They ensure compliance with the regulation in sports competitions, controlling their progress, recording infractions, applying penalties and making the necessary markings to ensure the processing of these events within the rules established by Organs sports bodies.

How much does an Table officer (judo) earn

A Table officer (judo) earns between $1.608 and $12.803 per month, with an average monthly salary of $4.819 and a median salary of $3.995 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 14 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Table officer (judo)

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 4.819 57.828 1.205 27
1º Quartile 1.608 19.298 402 9
Median Salary 3.995 47.942 999 22
3º Quartile 9.764 117.168 2.441 54
Higher Salary 12.803 153.634 3.201 70

Professional job categories

  • Middle level technicians
    • medium-level technicians in cultural, communications and sports services
      • athletes, sportsmen
        • sports referees

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Main workplaces

Sports referees professionals work in different sports, working in competitions, tournaments, games and official events, in sports, recreational or associative entities, in education, etc. The vast majority of professionals are self-employed and can accumulate the role of sports referee with another occupation in the area, such as athlete, teacher, sports micro-entrepreneur, etc. Their work usually takes place on irregular dates and times, following the calendar of sporting events to which they are linked. In some activities, some professionals may work in adverse weather conditions, in uncomfortable positions for long periods, under psychological pressure.

What does it take to work in the field of Sports referees

Family occupations require different levels of minimum formal schooling, such as elementary school and high school. Vocational training can take place through basic qualification courses, lasting around two hundred hours. The desirable previous professional experience of the holders varies between more than one and five years, depending on the occupation.

Functions and activities of Table officer (judo)

Sports referees must:

  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • participate in arbitration rules knowledge and update activities;
  • maintain physical and psychological conditioning;
  • observe posture befitting sport referee activity;
  • observe posture consistent with the activity of a sports referee;
  • fulfill your entity's requests;
  • participate in knowledge activities and update of arbitration rules;
  • observe posture consistent with sports referee activity;
  • enforce rules and regulations;
  • complementary referee;
  • communicate;
  • participate in arbitration rules awareness and update activities;
  • manage the sports competition;
  • observe posture consonant with sport referee activity;
  • observe posture consistent with sport referee activity;
  • manage the sporting competition;
  • applying rules and regulations;
  • participate in knowledge activities and arbitration rules update;
  • complement to arbitration;
  • examine the general infrastructure of the event;
  • observe posture consistent with sport referee activity;
  • observe posture consistent with sports referee activity;
  • complement the arbitration;
  • managing the sports competition;
  • complementary arbitration;

  • Activities

    • register with your entity;
    • remove periodic scale;
    • authorize athletes to participate;
    • authorize support group presence;
    • preserving consistency during competition;
    • use sound equipment;
    • establish communication with the medical team;
    • preserving consistency throughout the competition;
    • participate in arbitration courses;
    • acting in long journey events;
    • control the substitution of athletes;
    • recycle;
    • report irregularities in the facilities/equipment;
    • operate electronic or manual scoreboard;
    • judging the actions of competitors;
    • preserving discipline during competition;
    • practice the sport;
    • register medical care;
    • record penalties;
    • verbally warn athletes of possible penalties;
    • supervise the technical procedures of each modality;
    • recognize the functions of the refereeing team members;
    • call or present the contestants;
    • request the regularization of equipment;
    • demonstrate self-criticism;
    • acknowledge the presence of the support group;
    • standardize the application of rules for competition;
    • call or introduce competitors;
    • study current rules and regulations;
    • demonstrate suitability;
    • respect event participants;
    • approve the competition venue;
    • act whenever external interference affects the smooth running of the competition;
    • attend punctually to competition venues;
    • conduct impartially during competition;
    • check the conditions of the competition equipment;
    • visually inform the competition addition period;
    • use visual equipment;
    • develop peripheral vision;
    • plan the way the refereeing team works;
    • demonstrate emotional self-control;
    • record unforeseen occurrences during the competition;
    • verbally inform the final time of the competition;
    • maintain your physical and mental capacity after competition;
    • standardize the application of rules for the competition;
    • conduct with fairness during competition;
    • provide a medical certificate for training in the exercise of your activity (ad);
    • respect athletes;
    • register the athletes participating in the competition;
    • show your physical and mental capacity during competition;
    • fulfill the calls of your entities;
    • prevent the physical integrity of athletes;
    • respect the performance of the refereeing team members;
    • examine the competition venue;
    • demonstrate common sense;
    • control the timing;
    • inform availability;
    • operate the electronic or manual scoreboard;
    • confirm participation in events/competition;
    • preserve discipline during competition;
    • delimit the area of operation of the press;
    • participate in technical meetings;
    • guide the support group action procedure;
    • work in adverse weather conditions;
    • inform availability;
    • identify the team captain;
    • participate in internships;
    • use full physical and mental conditions in the exercise of the activity;
    • check the policing conditions;
    • watch the performance of other arbitrators for improvement;
    • demonstrate personality;
    • standardizing the application of rules for the competition;
    • demonstrate objectivity;
    • establish communication with the support team;
    • appear in uniform to competition venues;
    • perform theoretical and practical arbitration tests ;
    • exclude support group components during the competition;
    • demonstrate respect for hierarchy;
    • communicate with coaches and captains about the progress of the competition;
    • verbally score athletes on possible valid techniques;
    • perform technical gestures/signals;
    • demonstrate ability to work in a team;
    • confirm participation in events/competition;
    • plan the way the referee team works;
    • interpreting rules and regulations;
    • prepare yourself physically and psychologically to perform in the season;
    • demonstrate knowledge about the fundamentals of the sport;
    • remove periodic schedule;
    • making decisions during competition;
    • send reports to your entities;
    • check the documentation of the athletes and the coaching staff;
    • master the rules and regulations in force;
    • deciding on cases not specified in the rules/regulations;
    • become aware of responsibilities;
    • register athletes participating in the competition;
    • demonstrate accumulated experiences as a competitor in the sport;
    • making decisions during competition;
    • prepare yourself physically and psychologically to act in the season;
    • participate in category promotion courses;
    • fail the competition venue;
    • participate in courses for category promotion;
    • fill in the competition summary;
    • inform the impossibility of meeting the scale;
    • demonstrate ability to concentrate;
    • demonstrate authority;
    • avoid your performance in competitions involving clubs/athletes with who maintain ties;
    • decide on cases not specified in the rules/regulations;
    • acting whenever external interference affects the smooth running of the competition;
    • appear in uniform at competition venues;
    • record the score;
    • periodically demonstrate your physical and mental capacity before competition;
    • record substitutions;
    • behave ethically when active or not in sporting events;
    • request to prevent unauthorized persons from accessing the competition area;
    • check the presence of medical assistance;
    • recycle yourself;
    • request the removal of unauthorized persons from the competition area;
    • establish communication with the security team;
    • check the facilities;
    • punishing athletes through signs and verbalization;
    • authorize the participation of athletes;
    • conduct yourself impartially during competition;
    • follow the calls of your entities;
    • request a schedule exemption;
    • check the conditions of safety equipment;

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