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Baseball Operations: Equipment Manager
Minor League Equipment Manager - Houston Astros (West Palm Beach, FL)

The Minor-League Equipment Manager is responsible for purchasing all baseball/clubhouse related equipment, uniforms and maintaining up to date and accurate inventories for each affiliate/program along with operating the Astros Palm Beach Gardens clubhouse for Spring Training, Extended Spring Training, Gulf Coast League, instructional league and rehab programs.

This person will report to both the Director of Player Development and the Director of Florida Operations. The compensation for this role will depend upon prior experience and qualifications.

Reporting to this position will be the Spring Training, Extended Spring Training, Gulf Coast League and instructional league clubhouse personnel.

Responsibilities will include:

· Working closely with the Director of Florida Operations to create and maintain the equipment budgets for all programs

· Overseeing the operation of the clubhouse during each program, to include: the cleanliness of the clubhouses; purchasing/maintaining of cleaning supplies; and doing laundry for coaches, athletic trainers and strength staff

· Setting daily schedules for hotel shuttles and vans and organizing airport shuttles for players and staff as necessary

· Maintaining positive relationships with affiliate partners

· Working closely with affiliate partners to ensure all in-season equipment and uniform needs are met

·  Inventorying items at the end of each season that need to be replaced at each affiliate

· Organizing the shipping of necessary items to and from Florida at the beginning and end of each affiliate season

 

Requirements

· Proven ability to work well with seasoned baseball staff

· Proven ability to work well with different groups in a business unit (e.g. Front Office, Field Staff and Clubhouse Staff)

· Proven organizational capabilities

· Proficiency with Microsoft Excel and Office

· Experience solving problems involving people and change

· Residence in or near West Palm Beach, FL upon starting this position

Strongly Preferred

·  Minor league baseball operations experience

·  Proficiency in Spanish 

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Have you ever worked in a professional baseball environment? If so, where and how many years?
2. Are you familiar with ordering equipment and or using a purchase ordering system? If so, describe the job and or purchasing system are you familiar with.
3. Do you have experience managing people? If so, what type of job was it?
4. Are you willing to work long hours and weekends?
5. How long should you put the uniforms in the dryer?


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Baseball Operations: Team Administration/Operations
Baseball Systems Developer - Los Angeles Angels (Anaheim, CA)

The Baseball Systems Developer will help build and maintain application and database systems to assist in the decision making process of the Baseball Operations Department.  The ideal candidate should be comfortable working anywhere in the technology stack, both as the member of team and as a solo developer leading a project through the entire software development lifecycle. This will be a remote position.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the current development to team to help design, develop, improve, and maintain new and existing applications and data systems
  • Develop web-based applications displaying data at multiple levels of detail
  • Design ad hoc SQL queries to facilitate baseball operations
  • Implement and optimize advanced algorithms for player projection from software prototypes
  • Continually work with baseball operations staff to identify features and areas of improvement within the player information system to facilitate a user-friendly research tool
  • Integrate new information sources and multimedia displays into player information and tracking system
  • Communicate results to appropriate staff members through presentations, written reports, and tools
  • Other duties as assigned by members of the Baseball Operations department

Qualifications:

  • Between 3-5 years professional experience with at least one object oriented programming language, preferably C# or Python
  • Expert knowledge of SQL querying and comfortable with database design principles (experience with Microsoft SQL Server is ideal)
  • Proficiency in modern web development technologies including HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript (familiarity with AngularJS is a plus)
  • Knowledge of the software development lifecycle and industry best practices
  • Working familiarity with advanced statistical concepts, particularly those relevant to sabermetric player projection techniques that include experience implementing statistical calculations, derivations, and graphical representations into software applications

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or related field from a four-year college or university or equivalent work experience.

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Baseball Operations: Team Administration/Operations
Senior Analyst, Baseball Research and Development - Milwaukee Brewers (Milwaukee, WI)

The Milwaukee Brewers are currently seeking a Senior Analyst in the Baseball Research and Development Department. The Senior Analyst will deliver research and tools to improve decision making, working with the Baseball R&D, Baseball Systems departments and the entire Baseball Operations Department. The position requires a person who has intellectual curiosity, is a self-starter and can communicate technical and analytical concepts effectively to non-technical people. Being passionate about using data, analysis and technology to improve decision making processes is also a key differentiator.

Responsibilities Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Other duties may be assigned.

·         Evaluate existing data sources and build predictive or explanatory models to aid in a variety of player acquisition, player development and gameplay decisions

·         Investigate emerging data sources and identify potential for predictive value and actionable insights to improve decision making.

·         Develop visualizations and other mechanisms for disseminating analytical results to Baseball Operations, including consideration for less technically and analytically inclined consumers.

·         Continually survey latest analytical methods and advancements in Baseball Research to apply cutting edge methods and data to problems.

·         Understand current decision processes and information systems and offer enhancements and improvements.

·         Ad-hoc requests for reports, visualizations and research projects during the year.

·         Provide analytical guidance to other members of the Baseball Research and Development Staff

·         Review and provide constructive feedback on internal/external models. 

Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

·         Understanding of basic statistical modeling techniques, including, but not limited to, linear regression, logistic regressions, machine learning, etc.

·         Proficiency with an analytical software platform required (for example, R or Mathematica).

·         Proficiency with SQL and SQL databases required.

·         Proficiency with data scripting language or ETL environment (Python, PERL, SSIS, etc.) desired.

Education and/or Experience

Advanced degree (Masters/PhD.) in Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research, or related field or equivalent professional experience. 

Computer Skills

To perform the job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft office software including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, and Internet Explorer.

Work Hours                                                 

Business hours are Monday – Friday 9 am – 5pm, however, additional hours may be required on weekends, evenings and some holidays.

Occasional travel to remote sites, including spring training sites, affiliate sites, conferences or other major league facilities may be required. Estimated travel time is less than 10%.


Note: This position was originally posted on the Brewers employment site. To ensure that your application is considered for this position, please click here to apply for this job on the Brewers employment site.

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Baseball Operations: Media/Video Production
Coordinator, Major League Video - Milwaukee Brewers (Milwaukee, WI)

This position will work within the video operations and advance scouting departments and oversee the Major League video operation out of Milwaukee. This individual will be the primary video operations contact for the field manager and coaching staff and travel to both Spring Training and to each road series with the Major League club. This position will also be responsible for implementing the instant replay system and tasked with scouting focus players over the course of the year. 

Responsibilities Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Other duties may be assigned.

In-Season Responsibilities

·         Oversee the Major League instant replay system and provide in-game decisions on potential “challenge” plays to Major League field manager/bench coach.

·         Chart/log each Brewers home/road game including those in Spring Training.

·         Manage the in-game video retrieval/playback system for players and coaches.

·         Analyze progress/tendencies of individual players over the course of the season and deliver pertinent information to the front office and coaching staff in a timely manner.

·         Direct FS Wisconsin television crew prior to each game/series to ensure appropriate feeds are provided for video capture.

·         Manage and administer technical aspects of servers and encoders in video coaching room.

·         Implement streamlined storage and archiving process of current and historical Major League video with Milwaukee Brewers IT department.

·         Create custom playlists of opponents prior to each series for player/coach review.

·         Organize and prepare equipment for road trips, set up charting/retrieval stations in visiting clubhouse/video room.

·         Serve as point of contact for all video coaching/teaching sessions.

·         Spearhead special requests from coaching staff encompassing in-game and bullpen video assignments (e.g. high-speed video collection).

o    Assist Manager – Advance Scouting with portions of advance scouting process/report generation.

·         Throw batting practice and/or assist with other on field activities when needed throughout the year.

Off-Season Responsibilities

·         Scout pitchers and position players from video in a format that can be integrated into the decision-making process of each respective department in baseball operations.

·         Work alongside R&D and scouting department to identify and assess focus players across the 29 other organizations and be prepared to organize preferential ranking lists at key points throughout the year (i.e. Spring Training, Trade Deadline, and Offseason Preparation).

·         Contribute assessments and observations towards individual player plans for members of the 40-man roster and non-roster invitees prior to Spring Training meetings.

·         Research and assess new/emerging video capture methods and implement new technology and process enhancements, as appropriate.

·         Construct the annual budget for the Major League video operation.

·         Order all necessary video equipment and maintain an accurate inventory of items.

·         Complete special projects and scouting coverage as assigned from Manager – Advance Scouting, video scouting, R&D department and general manager’s office.

Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

·         A minimum of 2 years of experience working in video operations/scouting is required.

·         Must be able to display proficiency operating BATS video technology and various forms of video editing software.

·         Camera knowledge, connectivity (fiber/BNC/Triax), Optics, IP, zoom, FOV, power and weatherproofing is preferred.

·         An understanding of frame rates, video synchronization, and video formats is required.

·         Being able to display knowledge of KVM systems is preferred.

·         Experience working with different mobile platforms and deploying BATS video on iOS.

·         Must be able to accurately differentiate and classify pitch types and display a good understanding of baseball scoring.

·         Very good language skills required including the ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing with Major League coaches and baseball operations department staff members.

·         Must possess strong attention to detail and exhibit the capability to multi-task effectively.

 

Education and/or Experience

Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Computer Skills  

To perform the job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft office software including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, and Internet Explorer/Google Chrome. Experience working with pitch tracking systems and video coaching/scouting applications required.

 

Other Skills and Abilities        

Experience in the field of scouting or player development is highly desirable or at least transferable. Capable of working extended hours such as overtime, nights and weekends, when necessary.

 

Travel Requirements

The employee must have the ability to operate a motor vehicle and to drive long distances to attend games.   In addition, the employee is required to make selected trips by air and must be able to walk significant distances with luggage, board and deplane aircraft.

 

Work Hours

Work hours will vary dramatically with the assigned scouting coverage and travel schedule. 


Note: This position was originally posted on the Brewers employment site. To ensure that your application is considered for this position, please click here to apply for this job on the Brewers employment site.

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Baseball Operations: Media/Video Production
Coordinator – Major League Video - Milwaukee Brewers (Milwaukee, WI)

This position will work within the video operations and advance scouting departments and oversee the Major League video operation out of Milwaukee. This individual will be the primary video operations contact for the field manager and coaching staff and travel to both Spring Training and to each road series with the Major League club. This position will also be responsible for implementing the instant replay system and tasked with scouting focus players over the course of the year. 

Responsibilities Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Other duties may be assigned.

In-Season Responsibilities

·         Oversee the Major League instant replay system and provide in-game decisions on potential “challenge” plays to Major League field manager/bench coach.

·         Chart/log each Brewers home/road game including those in Spring Training.

·         Manage the in-game video retrieval/playback system for players and coaches.

·         Analyze progress/tendencies of individual players over the course of the season and deliver pertinent information to the front office and coaching staff in a timely manner.

·         Direct FS Wisconsin television crew prior to each game/series to ensure appropriate feeds are provided for video capture.

·         Manage and administer technical aspects of servers and encoders in video coaching room.

·         Implement streamlined storage and archiving process of current and historical Major League video with Milwaukee Brewers IT department.

·         Create custom playlists of opponents prior to each series for player/coach review.

·         Organize and prepare equipment for road trips, set up charting/retrieval stations in visiting clubhouse/video room.

·         Serve as point of contact for all video coaching/teaching sessions.

·         Spearhead special requests from coaching staff encompassing in-game and bullpen video assignments (e.g. high-speed video collection).

o    Assist Manager – Advance Scouting with portions of advance scouting process/report generation.

·         Throw batting practice and/or assist with other on field activities when needed throughout the year.

Off-Season Responsibilities

·         Scout pitchers and position players from video in a format that can be integrated into the decision-making process of each respective department in baseball operations.

·         Work alongside R&D and scouting department to identify and assess focus players across the 29 other organizations and be prepared to organize preferential ranking lists at key points throughout the year (i.e. Spring Training, Trade Deadline, and Offseason Preparation).

·         Contribute assessments and observations towards individual player plans for members of the 40-man roster and non-roster invitees prior to Spring Training meetings.

·         Research and assess new/emerging video capture methods and implement new technology and process enhancements, as appropriate.

·         Construct the annual budget for the Major League video operation.

·         Order all necessary video equipment and maintain an accurate inventory of items.

·         Complete special projects and scouting coverage as assigned from Manager – Advance Scouting, video scouting, R&D department and general manager’s office.

Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

·         A minimum of 2 years of experience working in video operations/scouting is required.

·         Must be able to display proficiency operating BATS video technology and various forms of video editing software.

·         Camera knowledge, connectivity (fiber/BNC/Triax), Optics, IP, zoom, FOV, power and weatherproofing is preferred.

·         An understanding of frame rates, video synchronization, and video formats is required.

·         Being able to display knowledge of KVM systems is preferred.

·         Experience working with different mobile platforms and deploying BATS video on iOS.

·         Must be able to accurately differentiate and classify pitch types and display a good understanding of baseball scoring.

·         Very good language skills required including the ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing with Major League coaches and baseball operations department staff members.

·         Must possess strong attention to detail and exhibit the capability to multi-task effectively.

 

Education and/or Experience

Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Computer Skills  

To perform the job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft office software including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, and Internet Explorer/Google Chrome. Experience working with pitch tracking systems and video coaching/scouting applications required.

 

Other Skills and Abilities        

Experience in the field of scouting or player development is highly desirable or at least transferable. Capable of working extended hours such as overtime, nights and weekends, when necessary.

 

Travel Requirements

The employee must have the ability to operate a motor vehicle and to drive long distances to attend games.   In addition, the employee is required to make selected trips by air and must be able to walk significant distances with luggage, board and deplane aircraft.

 

Work Hours

Work hours will vary dramatically with the assigned scouting coverage and travel schedule. 


Note: This position was originally posted on the Brewers employment site. To ensure that your application is considered for this position, please click here to apply for this job on the Brewers employment site.

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Baseball Operations: Team Administration/Operations
Affiliate Video Manger - New York Yankees (Tampa, FL)

Description: Handle video, advanced scouting and travel needs for assigned affiliate during the season.  Assist Amateur and International Scouting departments throughout the year with video needs and other various projects throughout the year.

Responsibilities:

·        Assist in all video filming at assigned affiliates and expediently prepare such video to be viewed by players and staff

·        Consult and coordinate with Player Development instructors and Video Coordinators, – Player Development for the filming of all games and requested practice sessions at assigned affiliate

·        Record each home game from various angles as directed by Player Development staff, capture video clips and input game data using BATS video coaching system

·        Travel with assigned affiliate for all road contests, film games according to road team's ballpark specifications and input game data using BATS video coaching system

·        Transfer all game video and data from affiliate contests to Video Coordinator – Player Development at Minor League complex in a timely fashion

·        Serve as the point person for advance scouting, technological troubleshooting and game preparation at assigned affiliate

·        Film, capture and edit Major League rehabilitation workouts/games executed at assigned affiliate

·        Oversee and distribute player and staff meal money, organize rooming list for hotels for upcoming road trips and coordinate travel itinerary

·        Be available to the Video Coordinator during spring training for any filming, editing, or other video related needs as assigned by the Major League Video Coordinator or Video Coordinator– Player Development

·        Assist Amateur Scouting Department and Video Coordinator with video needs in preparation for first year player draft

·        Chart international games from Japan, Mexico and Cuba; chart domestic amateur (college) games and assist with any additional tasks handed down by New York staff during offseason months

Qualifications:

·        Bachelor’s degree required

·        Experience working with BATS coaching system or another video coaching system required

·        Experience and proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint and Word)

·        Must be able to recognize pitch types and know how to score a baseball game

·        Detail oriented and organized

·        Strong verbal communication and collaborative skills

·        Experience working with video and in baseball is required

This description is intended to describe the type of work being performed by a person assigned to this position. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required by the employee. The New York Yankees is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The company is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. When are you available to start?


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Baseball Operations: Player Personnel/Scout
Intern, Quantitative Analysis - New York Yankees (Bronx, NY)

Description: This position is a summer internship geared to introduce current students or recent graduates to Quantitative Analysis within Baseball Operations

Responsibilities:

·        Assist in research and analysis of various baseball topics

·        Design, test and implement predictive models using advanced statistical techniques

·        Responsibilities may also include data collection and entry, running database queries and administrative tasks

Qualifications:

·        Pursuing or possessing a Bachelor’s degree or higher in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science or related field

·        Computer programming experience, preferably with experience in a statistical computing language such as R or Matlab.

·        Experience using SQL

·        Familiarity with current baseball research

This description is intended to describe the type of work being performed by a person assigned to this position. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required by the employee. The New York Yankees is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The company is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. When are you available to start?
2. Describe any previous experience building statistical models.
3. Describe any previous experience using SQL.
4. Describe any previous baseball experience.


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Baseball Operations: Team Administration/Operations
Associate, Baseball Operations - New York Yankees (Bronx, NY)

Description: This position is a rigorous 12-month program geared to prepare entry level candidates for a career within the Baseball Operations industry.

Responsibilities:

·        Chart Minor League and other select games from video, as well as execute additional video projects

·        Coordinate and prepare advance scouting material for the New York Yankees

·        Support the Manager, Baseball Operations with daily logistical tasks of the Baseball Operations department, as well as complete projects as called upon by the Baseball Operations and Pro Scouting staff

·        Assist with various research tasks

·        Data collection and entry

·        Administrative tasks as assigned

Qualifications:

·        Bachelor’s degree required

·        Experience working with BATS coaching system is preferred

·        Experience and proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint and Word)

·        Must be able to recognize pitch types and know how to score a baseball game

·        Detail oriented and organized

·        Strong verbal communication and collaborative skills

This description is intended to describe the type of work being performed by a person assigned to this position. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required by the employee. The New York Yankees is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The company is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. When are you available to start?


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Baseball Operations: Player Personnel/Scout
Associate, Quantitative Analysis - New York Yankees (Bronx, NY)

Description: This position is a rigorous 12-month program geared to prepare entry level candidates for a career within the Baseball Operations industry.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in research and analysis of various baseball topics

  • Design, test and implement predictive models using advanced statistical techniques

  • Responsibilities may also include data collection and entry, running database queries and administrative tasks

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in a Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science or related field required

  • Experience building predictive models, preferably in R

  • Computer programming experience

  • Experience using SQL

  • Familiarity with current baseball research

This description is intended to describe the type of work being performed by a person assigned to this position. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required by the employee. The New York Yankees is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The company is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. When are you available to start?
2. Describe any previous experience building statistical models.
3. Describe any previous experience using SQL.
4. Describe any previous baseball experience.


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Baseball Operations: Team Administration/Operations
Fellowship - St. Louis Cardinals (Jupiter, FL)

The Position:

The St. Louis Cardinals baseball club is seeking candidates for a new Baseball Operations Fellowship position to be based out of the Jupiter, FL complex. The Fellowship position runs from early 2017 through December 31, 2017. It is a full-time position eligible for benefits given to Cardinals employees. Fellows will be compensated based on an hourly rate of pay competitive with similar entry level positions in baseball. This Fellowship position will be a one-year opportunity – Fellows will not return in the same position in 2018. At the end of the Fellowship, the Cardinals and Fellow may jointly determine if there is an appropriate opportunity for full-time employment within the Cardinals.

The Fellowship position is designed to provide entry-level baseball executives with an opportunity to gain experience mainly in the International and Player Development departments at the home of the Cardinals’ Spring Training, Extended Spring Training, Gulf Coast, Florida State, and Fall Instructional Leagues. While working at the direction of the Jupiter-based Directors of the International/Player Development departments, the Fellow will also provide occasional support to the St. Louis front office. This includes projects as called upon by senior leadership of Amateur Scouting, Baseball Development, and the General Manager’s office.

Responsibilities will be driven mostly by baseball activity taking place at the Jupiter complex and will be closely tied to interaction with Minor League players, many of which are international and require assistance in a foreign country. Spanish fluency (native-speaker preferred) is ideal with a high degree of proficiency as the minimum requirement. Duties will include, among others, language translation, assisting on-field personnel with daily planning, supporting recently drafted players upon signing, maintenance of international scouting video, and organization of player immigration documents. Training will be provided for any scouting responsibilities associated with the role.

This is an exciting opportunity for entry-level people passionate about baseball and willing to start in a highly dynamic environment. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated a strong work ethic, deep enthusiasm for international baseball, and high intellect to quickly adapt and implement on the go. The Fellowship will provide such a candidate with a broad range of experiences across Baseball Operations and the possibility of full-time employment.

Responsibilities

  • Support Player Development Director with daily logistical player activity at Jupiter, FL complex
  • Support International Ops department with analysis of foreign markets and scouting system data entry
  • Support International/Player Development Directors in daily operation of departmentsAssist coaches and players with language translation at various meetings and team events
  • Support St. Louis front office with projects as called upon by Amateur Scouting, Baseball Development, GM Office
  • Communicate effectively with baseball operations staff

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Strong work ethic and initiative, demonstrated passion for baseball, good communication skills and ability to work effectively within team environment
  • Read, write, and speak Spanish fluently
  • Experience and proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint and Word)
  • Preferred candidates will have some experience around athletes either as player, coach, manager, SID, etc

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Yes or No: Do you have a Bachelor's Degree?
2. Yes or No: Can you read, write, and speak Spanish fluently?
3. Yes or No: Do you have experience around athletes either as player, coach, manager, SID, etc.?


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Baseball Operations: Team Administration/Operations
2017 Internship, Events - Washington Nationals (Washington, DC)

Summary:

Reporting to the Manager of Events, the Events Intern will support the event production process from inception to day-of event managing, on both game days and non-game days. The intern will support both the management of event set-up, and the planning and operating processes of events over the course of the season. The intern will work collaboratively with the events team to provide a variety of services including account management, event planning and execution, and game day and post-game event execution. Additionally, this intern will oversee the Nationals’ game day birthday party program during all weekend home games.

The Nationals are a military-friendly organization actively recruiting veterans and spouses.

Duration of Internship:  January to November

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for assistance with planning and coordination of non-baseball events at the park (including pre-game and post-game events on game days).

  • Support the Ballpark Operations event staff to manage execution of all events to ensure efficient and high quality event production leading to customer satisfaction.

  • Responsible for the planning and execution of all pregame birthday parties.

  • Attend and contribute in post-event debriefs.

  • Oversee game day set-ups and activations, and non-game day event set-ups.

  • Assist in labor tracking documentation.

  • Manage special projects in support of facilities department.

  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements

  • Currently enrolled as an under graduate or graduate student of an accredited college or university and have completed a minimum of 1 semester, or have graduated from an accredited college or university within the last 6 months

  • Event Operations experience preferred.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities necessary to perform essential functions

  • Strong organizational, verbal and written communication skills

  • Available for entire term of internship

  • Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office

  • Positive attitude with dedication to a well-executed final product

  • Interest in event operations and management

  • Uphold Core Values: Excellence, Performance, and Accountability.  These core values set the tone in everything we do, help us succeed on and off the field, make a difference in the community and provide the best guest experience in sports.  It is important that the person in the position commits themselves to these core values so that we can constantly move forward in the same direction – Together.

Physical/Environmental Requirements

  • Office: Working conditions are normal for an office environment.  Position may require occasional weekend and/or evening work.

  • Gameday Seasonal:  Job requires employee to function in a high activity and heavily crowded outdoor professional sports venue. May work at heights.  Employee will be exposed to inclement weather of varying degrees.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand for long periods of time, walk long distances, and climb up/down stairs. The employee is required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or sit and must lift and/or move up to 45 pounds.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. In the space provided, let us know what you expect to learn from this internship.
2. Yes/No. Are you available to work 34 hours per week starting in January through November, 2017?


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