Please note, this posting contains three positions.
The New York Yankees organization is accepting applications for a Quality Assurance Engineer as part of their Baseball Systems department. Applicant should have experience working in QA/Testing roles, have strong understanding of different testing types (Functional Testing, Regression Testing, Compatibility Testing), have experience with automating testing frameworks, and knowledge of industry best practices around DevOps and Test Automation.
Qualifications and Experience:
To apply, please complete the application, which can be found here.
Full-time telecommuting available under the right circumstances.
The New York Yankees organization is accepting applications for a Product Manager as part of their Baseball Systems department. The Product Manager will work alongside product owners, development staff, and the Baseball Systems Director to translate baseball staff requests and needs into application solutions. The Product Manager will own responsibility for meeting with departmental staff to understand requirements, write user stories, work with developers to refine solutions to maximize development efficiency, write acceptance criteria, support the agile team through development and testing, demo the application to stakeholders, and serve as a liaison back to the baseball staff.
The New York Yankees organization is accepting applications for a DevOps Engineer as part of their Baseball Systems department. The DevOps Engineer’s primary responsibility is to build and maintain continuous integration/delivery pipelines to enable frequent high-quality releases to various environments in an automated fashion. The DevOps Engineer will work with team members to maintain software releases and source code, including all source code that is or will be implemented in a production environment, develop scripts that install, configure, or monitor any applications in production environments, and maintain application configuration information.
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Meg is the managing editor of FanGraphs and the co-host of Effectively Wild. Prior to joining FanGraphs, her work appeared at Baseball Prospectus, Lookout Landing, and Just A Bit Outside.
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