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December 4, 2013
TrackMan Seeks Analytics/Operations Interns
Our good friends at TrackMan are looking for interns. Check out the job description below, and if you're interested and qualified, email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join our team as an Analytics/Operations Intern for TrackMan Baseball, a US based sports technology firm. You will take on a critical role in a small, fast moving entrepreneurial company that is breaking new ground in sports.
In this position, you will primarily be responsible for reviewing TrackMan data from a significant number of MLB, Minor League baseball and NCAA stadiums during the 2014 baseball season. You will also have the opportunity to perform statistical analysis as directed.
The internship starts in mid-February and wraps up at the conclusion of the Major League baseball season.
DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to break into the baseball community and get experience with data available exclusively to professional baseball teams. Full training is provided and you'll have the opportunity to work closely with all members of the TrackMan staff and interface with our partner teams. Weekend availability is important.
To apply, send a resume to email@example.com. No phone calls please.
An hourly rate of $12.50/hour will be offered to the intern.
About TrackMan Inc.
TrackMan Inc. is a US based subsidiary of TrackMan A/S.
TrackMan A/S has developed a range of products for the golf market and is considered the gold standard in measurement of ball flight and swing path. TrackMan's golf products are used by top touring professionals, teaching pros, broadcasters and governing bodies.
TrackMan Inc. is based in Stamford, CT, about 30 miles north of New York City. TrackMan, Inc. introduced 3D Doppler radar technology to the baseball industry and the technology is now used by more than half of Major League Baseball teams. TrackMan, Inc. is revolutionizing baseball data by measuring the full trajectory of both the pitch and hit and has been featured in publications such as the New York Times, Sports Illustrated and ESPN.