Job Posting: Inside Edge Baseball Operations Pitch Charter/Scout

Position: Inside Edge Baseball Operations Pitch Charter/Scout

Locations: Minneapolis, Minn. or Bristol, Conn.

Description:
Inside Edge, a leading scouting service and provider of data and analytics to MLB clubs and media, is looking for ambitious individuals to work in our baseball operations department during the 2015 baseball season. Former pro players and/or high-level college players preferred. Many of our employees move on to jobs with MLB organizations. Training for this position begins in February. The position will last until at least the end of the MLB regular season (October 4), with a possibility of extending through the offseason.

Responsibilities:

  • Diligently chart pitches and play-by-play information for MLB games using IE’s proprietary charting application.
  • Check the accuracy and validity of data.
  • Provide support to team leaders.

Qualifications:

  • Display commitment to quality data
  • Computer proficiency and the ability to quickly learn new software
  • Must be able to work nights and weekends

Compensation:
This position is compensated.

To Apply:

Send a resume to Andrew Pautz at Inside Edge.





Paul Swydan used to be the managing editor of The Hardball Times, a writer and editor for FanGraphs and a writer for Boston.com and The Boston Globe. Now, he owns The Silver Unicorn Bookstore, an independent bookstore in Acton, Mass. Follow him on Twitter @Swydan. Follow the store @SilUnicornActon.

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Ruben Amaro Jr
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Ruben Amaro Jr

Compensating employees for a single season is a thing?

Maybe this is why I got no response to my last job posting on this interweb site.

Won't Be As Good As The Last Time It Was Used, But What The Hell
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Won't Be As Good As The Last Time It Was Used, But What The Hell

It wasn’t because you weren’t compensating them. It was because you weren’t compensating them yet also wanted them to be 35+ years of age.