Please note, this posting contains two positions.
The Texas Rangers are seeking a Biomechanist to join the Performance group in Player Development. The role will focus on tasks related to Biomechanics, including data collection, reduction, and analysis of motion capture biomechanical data. The ideal candidate will be able to effectively communicate with current staff regarding biomechanical information with the goal of integrating research and findings into other areas of Baseball Operations for the purpose of enhancing player performance and evaluation.
To apply, please follow this link.
The Texas Rangers are seeking apprentice(s) to join our Performance Center team and gain knowledge and experience working in an elite baseball Sport Science environment. The ideal candidates(s) have a passion for winning through improving Player Development and Performance, while enhancing player well-being through Sport Science. This apprenticeship is based in Surprise, AZ during the 2022 season (Jan – Oct).
As a Performance Center Apprentice, you may be expected to:
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