Please note, this posting contains multiple positions, all of which report to the Manager of Baseball Analytics.
Work with Baseball Analytics group to manage departmental infrastructure, build out analytic workflows, and support optimal development processes within the group. The Reds envision the person in this position to play a major role in the creating and maintaining stable production environments, allowing stakeholders to easily access information.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Because the Reds expect any candidate for this position to possess the capacity to discover and learn new technologies quickly, their emphasis for evaluating candidates will be on their demonstrated experience and talent in developing reliable technical solutions rather than their knowledge of any specific programming languages or tools. However, the Reds anticipate that familiarity with the following items could be beneficial in this role:
To apply, please complete the application, which can be found here.
Work with the Baseball Analytics, Baseball Operations, Scouting and Player Development staffs to develop and support analysis and research requests. The Reds envision the person in this position to play a major role in the creation of new baseball analytics/development concepts, supporting player evaluation, development and acquisitions and on-field strategies.
Work with the Manager of Baseball Analytics to implement the department’s research and development efforts within new and existing applications. The Reds envision the person in this position to play a major role in the creation of new baseball analytics concepts with the ultimate goal of enhancing player evaluation and on-field performance.
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