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Diversity Fellowship

Baseball Operations | Seattle, Washington

Description

Job Title:            Diversity Fellowship
Department:       Baseball Operations
Reports To:        Minor League Athletic Training Coordinator
Status:                Exempt

Primary Objective: Responsible for assisting Mariners High Performance Medical Staff with delivery of comprehensive athletic training services to the Seattle Mariners players.

Essential Functions:

  • Serve as a part of a comprehensive team in a high-performance professional baseball setting.
  • Prevent, evaluate, and treat athletic injuries.
  • Keep daily records of injury reports and treatment records in electronic medical records (EMR).
  • Timely reporting of injuries and treatments to the Minor League Athletic Training Coordinator and/or Head Athletic Trainer.
  • Assist with field set up and take down for workouts and games.
  • Assist with scheduling and transporting athletes to appointments with appropriate physicians, obtain documentation for these visits to include in their electronic medical record.
  • Facilitate maintenance exercise programs; ensure compliance of maintenance strengthening and rest and recovery programs.
  • Assist with rehabilitation programs as directed by the Manager of Rehab & Return to Play
  • Monitor pitcher throwing programs.
  • Communicate daily with High Performance and field staff updating health status of injured players.
  • Organize and maintain a clean Athletic Training room.
  • Will perform other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine or related area of study required. Master’s degree in Sports Medicine or related area of study preferred.
  • NATABOC Athletic Training Certification required.
  • Current CPR/First Aid & AED Certification required.
  • Eligible for Licensure for any/all applicable practice certifications required.
  • Knowledge of advanced therapy techniques (needling, IASTM, etc.) preferred.
  • Proficiency in functional movement screens and assessments preferred.
  • Experience with strength & conditioning programming preferred.

Competencies, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA’s):

  • Organized and committed professional with a collaborative focus.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, and Word).
  • Experience and expertise with electronic medical record systems.
  • Ability to perform sport-specific injury evaluation & rehabilitation programs.
  • Shares and expresses thoughts in a clear and effective manner through verbal and written communication skills. Exhibits effective listening skills and builds positive relationships with all team members, vendors, and guests.  Is diplomatic, tactful, and professional in all forms of communication.
  • Understands and supports the team and is quick to volunteer to assist others. Others view most interactions as being positive with a willingness to achieve common goals.  Effective in working with others to cooperatively solve problems.  Workplace behavior is consistently respectful of others.
  • Takes personal responsibility for getting things done in a way that positively and professionally represents the organization.
  • Demonstrates through their actions and interactions with others a commitment to Mariner Purpose, Mission and Values.
  • Competent in required job skills and knowledge. Completes work assignments thoroughly and completely in an accurate, and prompt way. Identifies and corrects errors.  Is careful, alert, and accurate, paying attention to details of the job.

Physical Activities and Working Conditions:

  • Maximum lifting of up to 50 pounds with frequent lifting of weights up to 25 pounds; typically standing and walking for much of the day
  • Travel may be occasionally required.
  • Evenings & weekend work occasionally will be required.
  • May require relocation to a Seattle Mariners Affiliate Location for part of the year.

Apply here.


Athletic Training Intern

Baseball Operations | Peoria, Arizona

Description

Job Title:             Athletic Training Intern
Department:        Baseball Operations
Reports To:         Minor League Athletic Training Coordinator
Status:                  Non-exempt

Primary Objective:  Responsible for assisting Mariners Medical Staff with delivery of comprehensive athletic training services to the Seattle Mariners players who are assigned to and utilizing the Peoria facility.

Essential Functions:

  • Prevent, evaluate, and treat athletic injuries.
  • Keep daily records of injury reports and treatment records in electronic medical records (EMR).
  • Timely reporting of injuries and treatments to the Athletic Trainer/ Arizona Complex League (ACL/ ATC).
  • Assist with field set up and take down for workouts and games.
  • Assist with scheduling and transporting athletes to appointments with appropriate physicians, obtain documentation for these visits to include in their electronic medical record.
  • Facilitate maintenance exercise programs; ensure compliance of maintenance strengthening and rest and recovery programs.
  • Assist with rehabilitation programs as directed by the Manager of Rehab & Return to Play.
  • Monitor pitcher throwing programs.
  • Daily communication with Athletic Trainer/ Arizona Complex League (ATC/ACL) and field staff updating health status of injured players.
  • Organize and maintain a clean Athletic Training room; ensure all modalities are properly serviced and calibrated
  • Will perform other duties as assigned.

Education, Experience & Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine or related area of study required. Masters degree in Sports Medicine or related area of study preferred
  • NATABOC Athletic Training Certification required.
  • Current CPR/First Aid & AED Certification required.
  • Eligible for Licensure in the State of Arizona for any/all practice certifications required.
  • Knowledge of advanced therapy techniques (needling, IASTM, etc) preferred.
  • Proficiency in functional movement screens and assessments preferred.
  • Experience with strength & conditioning programming preferred.

Competencies, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA’s):

  • Experience with Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint and Word)
  • Experience and expertise with electronic medical record systems.
  • Ability to perform sport-specific injury evaluation & rehabilitation programs.
  • Shares and expresses thoughts in a clear and effective manner through verbal and written communication skills. Exhibits effective listening skills and builds positive relationships with all team members, vendors, and guests.  Is diplomatic, tactful and professional in all forms of communication.
  • Understands and supports the team and is quick to volunteer to assist others. Others view most interactions as being positive with a willingness to achieve common goals.  Effective in working with others to cooperatively solve problems.  Workplace behavior is consistently respectful of others.
  • Takes personal responsibility for getting things done in a way that positively and professionally represents the organization.
  • Demonstrates through their actions and interactions with others a commitment to Mariner Purpose, Mission and Values.
  • Competent in required job skills and knowledge. Completes work assignments thoroughly and completely in an accurate, and prompt. Identifies and corrects errors.  Is careful, alert and accurate, paying attention to details of the job.

Physical Activities and Working Conditions:

  • Maximum lifting of up to 50 pounds with frequent lifting of weights up to 25 pounds; typically standing and walking for much of the day
  • Travel may be occasionally required.
  • Evenings and weekend work may occasionally be required.
  • Based in Peoria, Arizona

Apply here.


Biomechanist

Baseball Operations | Peoria, Arizona

Description

Job Title:              Biomechanist
Department:         High Performance
Reports to:             Director, Sports Science
Status:                   Exempt

Primary Objective: Responsible for improving athlete performance and augmenting player development using specific tools and principles originating from biomechanics to quantify baseball mechanics.  This role will help drive and support sports science initiatives by collecting and analyzing critical data and creating tools that can help the organization form a better understanding of the role of biomechanics in player development, longitudinal tracking, and performance optimization.

 Essential Functions:

  • Develop and support biomechanical testing and assessments across all player positions and competitive levels.
  • Collect and analyze biomechanics data using both on- field and off-field technologies to support performance initiatives, injury risk assessments, and monitoring initiatives.
  • Participate in the creation of new laboratory tools, methods and procedures that will streamline data acquisition and cross-functional initiatives.
  • Optimize research and lead the data collection process.
  • Facilitate and collaborate on technology validation and testing.
  • Collaborate with various internal teams to create screening and reporting tools that facilitate athlete performance, development, injury prevention, and rehabilitation initiatives.
  • Translate the data collection and testing results into direct and actionable applications across various departments within Baseball Operations.
  • Support and assist in the development of a robust program to investigate athlete insights and authenticate athlete performance benefits.
  • Support other sports science initiatives across the organization.
  • Process biomechanics data and integrate it into internal databases.
  • Will perform other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Three (3) years of experience in biomechanics, mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, or a related field required.

Competencies, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA’s):

  • Strong technical skills and experience with biomechanical equipment and data management along with proficiency in collecting data on human subjects. Including but not limited to: markered and/or markerless motion capture, force plates, inertial sensors, musculoskeletal modeling, camera tracking/AI, and EMG.
  • High level proficiency in taking complex test data and distilling it into useful and meaningful information.
  • A high level of proficiency and experience with coding (R, Matlab, Python, SQL, Labview, or other coding languages).
  • Experience using OpenSim, Visual3D, and other relevant biomechanics software.
  • The ability to effectively present technical information and respond to questions from non-technical groups.
  • Shares and expresses thoughts in a clear and effective manner through verbal and written communication skills. Exhibits effective listening skills and builds positive relationships with all team members, vendors, and guests.  Is diplomatic, tactful and professional in all forms of communication.
  • Understands and supports the team and is quick to volunteer to assist others. Others view most interactions as being positive with a willingness to achieve common goals.  Effective in working with others to cooperatively solve problems.  Workplace behavior is consistently respectful of others.
  • Takes personal responsibility for getting things done in a way that positively and professionally represents the organization.
  • Demonstrates through their actions and interactions with others a commitment to Mariner Purpose, Mission and Values.
  • Competent in required job skills and knowledge. Completes work assignments thoroughly and completely in an accurate, and prompt way. Identifies and corrects errors.  Is careful, alert and accurate, paying attention to details of the job.

Physical Activities and Working Conditions Necessary to Perform Essential Functions:

  • Night, weekend, & holiday work is occasionally required
  • Travel is occasionally required
  • Located in Peoria, AZ

Apply here.


Minor League Latin American Performance Specialist

Baseball Operations | Seattle, Washington

Description

Job Title:  Minor League Latin American Performance Specialist
Department: Baseball Operations
Reports To:   Minor League Performance Coordinator
Status:           Exempt

Primary Objective: Responsible for delivery of individual player strength & conditioning programs put in place by the High Performance department at our Latin American Academy in Boca Chica, Dominican Republic, as well as working proactively to prevent injuries utilizing a collaborative and progressive approach.

Essential Functions:

  • Serve as a part of a comprehensive team in a high-performance professional baseball setting.
  • Implement individual player programs by planning daily performance training, conditioning, sprint and agility work in the gym or on-field, update player programs throughout the season.
  • Conduct movement prep and warm-ups before training sessions, batting practices, throwing programs, conditioning, and games.
  • Assist Athletic Trainer as needed with post-game rotator cuff routines, icing, and other activities in the training room.
  • Communicate daily with Athletic Trainers to modify programming per injury limitations/progressions.
  • Track physical activities and weight fluctuations of each player at the Dominican Academy and report on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis to the Minor League Strength and Conditioning Coordinator and Latin American Strength and Conditioning Coordinator.
  • Advocate healthy eating and basic nutrition for players; oversee and ensure quality of clubhouse snacks and meals.
  • Organize and maintain a clean weight room.
  • Support the Latin American Strength and Conditioning Coordinator in coaching and implementation of all programs to ensure athletes are prepared for the physical demands of baseball and able to compete at their highest level.
  • Assist Latin American Strength and Conditioning Coordinator in day-to-day operations during the off-season and in-season including by not limited to off-season training camps and spring training minor league training camp.
  • Conduct ongoing research and participate in continuing education in advances in the field.
  • Assess athletes’ physical capacity and continually communicate observations and potential training plans/interventions with the minor league strength coordinator.
  • Will perform other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree required. B.S. in Exercise Science or related field preferred. Equivalent, relevant experience will be considered in lieu of formal education requirements if approved by management.
  • One (1) year internship or previous work experience in sports or related field required.
  • CPR/AED
  • CSCS or other personal training certification preferred.
  • Bilingual Spanish proficiency required.
  • Current passport for international travel required.
  • Computer proficiency with email, MS Word and Excel preferred.

Competencies, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA’s):

  • Persistently pursue new ideas in the field of performance training and seek out appropriate applications for baseball.
  • Must be a committed professional, with strong analytic focus.
  • Ability to relate to athletes and generate program buy-in.
  • Shall demonstrate the ability to be innovative and proactive in promoting new ideas and concepts.
  • Shall possess strong decision-making ability, knowing when to make a unilateral decision and when to consult with the team or superiors, and how to involve them in the process.
  • Shares and expresses thoughts in a clear and effective manner through verbal and written communication skills. Exhibits effective listening skills and builds positive relationships with all team members, vendors, and guests.  Is diplomatic, tactful, and professional in all forms of communication.
  • Understands and supports the team and is quick to volunteer to assist others. Others view most interactions as being positive with a willingness to achieve common goals.  Effective in working with others to cooperatively solve problems.  Workplace behavior is consistently respectful of others.
  • Takes personal responsibility for getting things done in a way that positively and professionally represents the organization.
  • Demonstrates through their actions and interactions with others a commitment to Mariner Purpose, Mission and Values.
  • Competent in required job skills and knowledge. Completes work assignments thoroughly and completely in an accurate, and prompt way. Identifies and corrects errors.  Is careful, alert, and accurate, paying attention to details of the job.

Physical Activities and Working Conditions:

  • Maximum lifting of up to 100 pounds with frequent lifting of weights up to 50 pounds; typically standing and walking for the majority of the day.
  • Located at the Dominican Republic Academy throughout the Dominican Summer League and corresponding camps
  • Frequent travel required
  • Evening and weekend work will occasionally be required

Minor League Performance Specialist

Baseball Operations | Seattle, Washington

Description

Job Title:        Minor League Performance Specialist
Department:   Baseball Operations
Reports To:    Minor League Performance Coordinator
Status:            Exempt

Primary Objective:  Responsible for delivery of strength & conditioning programs for athletes at their assigned affiliate as well as working proactively to prevent injuries utilizing a collaborative and progressive approach.

Essential Functions:

  • Serve as a part of a comprehensive team in a high-performance professional baseball setting.
  • Implement individual player programs by planning daily performance training, conditioning, and sprint and agility work in the gym and on-field; update player programs throughout the season.
  • Conduct movement prep and warm-ups before training sessions, batting practices, throwing programs, conditioning, and games.
  • Assist medical team as needed with preventative and recovery programs.
  • Communicate daily with High Performance team to modify programming per injury limitations/progressions.
  • Track physical activities and weight fluctuation of each player at the minor league level and report on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis to the Minor League Performance Coordinator.
  • Work with Dietician to advocate healthy eating and sport nutrition for players.
  • Collaborate with Assistant Minor League Performance Coordinator and Registered Dietician to ensure quality of clubhouse snacks and meals.
  • Assist Minor League Performance Coordinator in day-to-day operations during the off-season and in-season including by not limited to, off-season training camps and Spring Training minor league training camp.
  • Conduct ongoing research and participate in continuing education in advances in the field.
  • Assess athletes’ physical capacity and continually communicate observations and potential training plans/interventions with the Minor League Strength and Conditioning Coordinator.
  • Organize and maintain a clean weight room.
  • Will perform other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science or related field required.
  • One (1) year professional or college level strength and conditioning work experience preferred.
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association-Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) required.
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association-Registered Strength and Conditioning Coach (RSCC) required.
  • CPR/AED required.
  • Professional or college level strength and conditioning experience preferred.
  • Bilingual Spanish proficiency preferred.

Competencies, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA’s):

  • Persistently challenge new ideas in the field of performance training and seek out appropriate applications for baseball.
  • Must be a committed professional, with strong analytic focus.
  • Ability to relate to athletes and generate program buy-in.
  • Shall demonstrate the ability to be innovative and proactive in promoting new ideas and concepts.
  • Shall possess strong decision-making ability, knowing when to make a unilateral decision and when to consult with the team or superiors, and how to involve them in the process.
  • Computer proficiency, specifically Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.).
  • Shares and expresses thoughts in a clear and effective manner through verbal and written communication skills. Exhibits effective listening skills and builds positive relationships with all team members, vendors, and guests.  Is diplomatic, tactful and professional in all forms of communication.
  • Understands and supports the team and is quick to volunteer to assist others. Others view most interactions as being positive with a willingness to achieve common goals.  Effective in working with others to cooperatively solve problems.  Workplace behavior is consistently respectful of others.
  • Takes personal responsibility for getting things done in a way that positively and professionally represents the organization.
  • Demonstrates through their actions and interactions with others a commitment to Mariner Purpose, Mission and Values.
  • Competent in required job skills and knowledge. Completes work assignments thoroughly and completely in an accurate, and prompt way. Identifies and corrects errors.  Is careful, alert and accurate, paying attention to details of the job.

Physical Activities and Working Conditions:

  • Maximum lifting of up to 100 pounds with frequent lifting of weights up to 50 pounds; typically standing and walking for much of the day
  • Evening and weekend work will occasionally be required
  • Frequent travel required

Apply here.


Performance Dietician

Baseball Operations | Seattle, Washington | Peoria, Arizona

Description

Job Title:              Performance Dietician
Department:         High Performance
Reports to:             Director, Sport Science
Status:                   Exempt

Primary Objective: Responsible for overseeing the nutrition and hydration needs of the Seattle Mariners baseball players. Will serve as a liaison between the performance and medical components of the High Performance department on all matters relating to nutrition and hydration as it pertains to player health, return to play, and performance.

Essential Functions:

  • Consult with athletes providing guidance on nutritional and hydration interventions.
  • Develop periodized meal plans and provide modifications to diet as needed for athletes.
  • Review and assist in developing menus for all minor league affiliate locations.
  • Oversee the selection of all dietary supplements in collaboration with performance coaches.
  • Collaborate with the High Performance and Player Development departments in the development of all player plans.
  • Consult with all stake holders within the High Performance department in developing recommendations for physical, nutritional, and hydration related medical and/or performance related adjustments.
  • Collaborate with Athletic Training, Rehabilitation, Mental Skills, Performance Coaches, and Sports Science in the implementation of all nutritional return to play plans.
  • Research and provide recommendations for advanced technologies related to nutrition and hydration in the High Performance domain.
  • Will perform other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree in Nutrition/Dietetics preferred.
  • A minimum of three (3) years of relevant work experience required.
  • Registered Dietician (RD) required.
  • Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD) preferred.
  • Culinary Dietetics experience preferred.
  • Experience in a professional or high-level athletic setting preferred.

Competencies, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA’s):

  • Ability to relate to athletes and generate nutritional program buy-in.
  • Committed to continual learning and education.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office 365, including Outlook, Word, and Excel.
  • Shall possess strong decision-making ability, knowing when to make a unilateral decision and when to consult with the team or superiors, and how to involve them in the process. Shall incorporate strategic and critical thinking skills in formulating dietary programming, objectives, priorities, and implementing plans consistent with short- and long-term interests.
  • Shares and expresses thoughts in a clear and effective manner through verbal and written communication skills. Exhibits effective listening skills and builds positive relationships with all team members, vendors, and guests.  Is diplomatic, tactful and professional in all forms of communication.
  • Understands and supports the team and is quick to volunteer to assist others. Others view most interactions as being positive with a willingness to achieve common goals.  Effective in working with others to cooperatively solve problems.  Workplace behavior is consistently respectful of others.
  • Takes personal responsibility for getting things done in a way that positively and professionally represents the organization.
  • Demonstrates through their actions and interactions with others a commitment to Mariner Purpose, Mission and Values.
  • Competent in required job skills and knowledge. Completes work assignments thoroughly and completely in an accurate, and prompt way. Identifies and corrects errors.  Is careful, alert and accurate, paying attention to details of the job.

Physical Activities and Working Conditions Necessary to Perform Essential Functions:

  • This position is based in Peoria, Arizona.
  • Night, weekend, and holiday work is occasionally required.
  • Travel may occasionally be required.

Apply here.


Rehabilitation/Return to Play Specialist

Baseball Operations | Peoria, Arizona

Description

Job Title:             Rehabilitation/Return to Play Specialist
Department:        High Performance
Reports to:           Manager, Rehabilitation and Return to Play
Status:                   Exempt

Primary Objective: Responsible for optimizing rehabilitation and return-to-play programs for injured minor league athletes as well as working proactively to prevent injuries utilizing a collaborative and progressive approach in conjunction with other High Performance department members.

Essential Functions:

  • Serve as a part of a comprehensive team in a high-performance professional baseball setting.
  • Oversee return to play process for minor league rehabbing players using collaborative approach which will include all members of the High Performance Team (medical, performance, mental skills, strategists, nutrition, sport science).
  • Ensure consistency of instruction from medical and performance team in exercise delivery.
  • Develop and implement long-term plans for players on rehab assignment.
  • Communicate with all team & consulting physicians on medical management of minor league players’ injuries and return to play programming including but not limited to attending medical appointments, surgeries, imaging appointments, etc. as needed.
  • Communicate daily with the Manager, Rehabilitation and Return to Play, regarding injured players and their progressions.
  • Coordinate off-season rehabilitation and return to play programs for minor league players.
  • Ensure accurate and thorough record keeping and documentation.
  • Assist in conducting spring training, draft, and end of season physicals throughout the organization
  • Assist the Minor League Medical Coordinator with scheduling of doctors appointments, surgical consults, surgeries, and follow-up appointments.
  • Will perform other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree required. Equivalent, relevant experience will be considered in lieu of formal education requirements if approved by management. One (1) years experience required.
  • Current licenses and certifications PT/DPT preferred, ATC preferred, CSCS or equivalent preferred
  • Previous professional sports experience preferred.
  • Must be eligible for all federal and/or state licenses required to practice.
  • Basic Spanish proficiency preferred.

Competencies, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA’s):

  • Ability to relate to athletes and generate rehab/return to play program buy-in.
  • Must be committed to continual learning and education
  • Strong decision-making ability, knowing when to make a unilateral decision and when to consult with the team or superiors, and how to involve them in the process.
  • Must be proficient with Microsoft Office 365, including Outlook, Word, and Excel
  • Shares and expresses thoughts in a clear and effective manner through verbal and written communication skills. Exhibits effective listening skills and builds positive relationships with all team members, vendors, and guests.  Is diplomatic, tactful, and professional in all forms of communication.
  • Understands and supports the team and is quick to volunteer to assist others. Others view most interactions as being positive with a willingness to achieve common goals.  Effective in working with others to cooperatively solve problems.  Workplace behavior is consistently respectful of others.
  • Takes personal responsibility for getting things done in a way that positively and professionally represents the organization.
  • Demonstrates through their actions and interactions with others a commitment to Mariner Purpose, Mission and Values.
  • Competent in required job skills and knowledge. Completes work assignments thoroughly and completely in an accurate, and prompt way. Identifies and corrects errors.  Is careful, alert, and accurate, paying attention to details of the job.

Physical Activities and Working Conditions Necessary to Perform Essential Functions:

  • Evening, weekend, and holiday, work is occasionally required.
  • Travel may be occasionally required.
  • Located in Peoria, AZ

Sports Science and Biomechanics Intern

Baseball Operations | Peoria, Arizona

Description

Job Title:            Sports Science and Biomechanics Intern
Department:       High Performance
Reports to:         Director, Sports Science
Status:                Non-Exempt

Primary Objective:  Responsible for assisting in improving athlete performance and augmenting player development using specific tools and principles originating from sports science and biomechanics to quantify baseball mechanics, general athleticism and high-performance capacities.   Support sports science initiatives by collecting and analyzing critical data and creating tools that can help the organization form a better understanding of the role of sports science and biomechanics in player development, longitudinal tracking and performance optimization.

Essential Functions:

  • Support sports science and biomechanical testing and assessments across all player positions and competitive levels.
  • Collect and analyze athlete data using both on field and off-field technologies to support performance initiatives, injury risk assessments, and monitoring initiatives.
  • Participate in the creation of new laboratory tools, methods and procedures that will streamline data acquisition and cross-functional initiatives.
  • Optimize research and lead the data collection process.
  • Facilitate and collaborate on technology validation and testing.
  • Collaborate with various internal teams to create screening and reporting tools that facilitate athlete performance, development, injury prevention, and rehabilitation initiatives.
  • Assist in translating the data collection and testing results into direct and actionable applications across various departments within baseball operations.
  • Support and assist in the development of a robust program to investigate athlete insights and authenticate athlete performance benefits.
  • Support other sports science initiatives across the organization.
  • Process sports science and biomechanics data and integrate it into internal databases.
  • Will perform other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s  degree in biomechanics, mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, sports science, data science, or related fields required. Equivalent, relevant experience will be considered in lieu of education requirements if approved by management.

Competencies, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA’s):

  • Strong technical skills and experience with various technologies and biomechanical equipment and data management along with proficiency in collecting data on human subjects. Including but not limited to: markered and/or markerless motion capture, force plates, inertial sensors, musculoskeletal modeling, camera tracking/AI, dynamometry, velocity-based training technology, GPS, and EMG.
  • High level proficiency in taking complex test data and distilling it into useful and meaningful information.
  • A high level of proficiency and experience with coding (R, Matlab, Python, SQL, Labview, or other coding languages).
  • Experience using OpenSim, Visual3D, and other relevant biomechanics software.
  • Shares and expresses thoughts in a clear and effective manner through verbal and written communication skills. Exhibits effective listening skills and builds positive relationships with all team members, vendors, and guests.  Is diplomatic, tactful and professional in all forms of communication.
  • Understands and supports the team and is quick to volunteer to assist others. Others view most interactions as being positive with a willingness to achieve common goals.  Effective in working with others to cooperatively solve problems.  Workplace behavior is consistently respectful of others.
  • Takes personal responsibility for getting things done in a way that positively and professionally represents the organization.
  • Demonstrates through their actions and interactions with others a commitment to Mariner Purpose, Mission and Values.
  • Competent in required job skills and knowledge. Completes work assignments thoroughly and completely in an accurate, and prompt way. Identifies and corrects errors.  Is careful, alert and accurate, paying attention to details of the job.

Physical Activities and Working Conditions:

  • Evening, weekend, and holiday work may be occasionally required
  • Position is based in Peoria, AZ

Apply here.

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