SENIOR ANALYST, QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS JOB SUMMARY: The Kansas City Royals Baseball Club is seeking a highly motivated and creative analyst to develop models and methodologies for use in decision-making by the Baseball Operations department. The ideal applicant will have expert knowledge in machine learning and other modern analysis techniques for use in leveraging baseball data…
Baseball Systems Developer DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Collaborate with development team and Baseball Operations personnel to design and implement user interfaces across multiple platforms for different audiences Create responsive design visualizations to distill and present information using both static reports and interactive user interfaces Ensure data integrity and database availability, assess and implement database design decisions…
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