Please note, this posting contains two positions.
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
The Front End Developer will focus on building applications and systems to support Cleveland’s players, coaches, and front office. The position will collaborate with Baseball Operations personnel, along with colleagues and peers in Information Systems, to rapidly deliver working software, from ideation to delivery, break/fix, and everything in between.
This role will report to the Manager, Front End Development in Cleveland’s Information Systems department.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Design and Development of Baseball Systems
Support of Baseball Systems
Education and Experience Requirements:
To apply, please complete the application, which can be found here.
To design, implement, manage, and troubleshoot the Baseball Department’s information architecture, and to expose that data to UI developers through a web service layer or direct SQL. The Back-End Developer will partner with the Baseball Analytics and Software Development teams to maintain data infrastructure, support needs, implement solutions, and drive innovation in baseball’s data-driven decision process. Key functions will include data modeling, integration, warehousing, and consumption, as well as the development and maintenance of web services in C# that expose data through REST web services.
This role will report to Manager, Back End Development in Cleveland’s Information Systems department.
Work with the baseball department and software development team to design, develop, test and deploy new functionality, applications, and systems.
Web Services Development
Education & Experience Requirements:
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