Job Title: Intern, Professional Scouting
Report to: Manager, Professional Scouting
Location: Jupiter, Florida
Job Classification: Hourly/Non-Exempt
Position Summary: Support the Professional Scouting Department, Baseball Operations, and Professional Scouts by working closely with the Professional Scouting Manager in creating & maintaining department systems & processes throughout the season. Responsibilities include but are not limited to those outlined below.
- Assist in the creation & maintenance of documents regarding assigned coverage and assigned targets throughout the season.
- Aid in ad hoc projects regarding Spring Training, scheduling, the trade deadline, and free agency as needed.
- Provide critical analysis of daily transactions and incoming scouting reports.
- Proactively provide insightful thoughts to improve department systems, initiatives, & processes.
- Provide additional technical support for Professional Scouts.
- At the discretion of & assignment by the Professional Scouting Director or Professional Scouting Manager, the Professional Scouting Intern will have the ability to attend Florida Complex League, Low A Southeast League, & Miami Marlins games & complete reports for development.
Qualifications & Requirements:
- Strong work ethic with strong attention to detail.
- Understanding of the role of Professional Scouts and the scouting evaluation process.
- Accessible and has the ability to communicate effectively with scouts and other baseball operations personnel.
- Ability to work extended hours including evenings, weekends, and holidays throughout February – October 2022.
Suggested Education & Experience:
- Familiarity with and interest in Scouting.
- Completed or in the midst of pursuing an undergraduate degree
- Proficiency in Microsoft Excel
- Preference to exposure to Trackman/Bats, SQL Server, Tableau, and/or R
- Please submit your resume and answers to the question below no later than Monday, December 20th.
- Identify the top free agent pitcher and position player left on the market as of December 2nd. Explain why in less than 500 words total.
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