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The Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Research and Development Department has a number of both full-time and internship positions available. These are all paid positions with flexible start dates depending on your availability. All positions are based in Milwaukee with some travel depending on role.

The Research and Development Department is a critical component to the success of the Milwaukee Brewers organization. We develop the information used in decision-making processes across all other departments. You will be given the opportunity to work on new and innovative research problems and work with personnel across the front-office to see the implementation. We strive to discover the most accurate and actionable information possible to help the Brewers win the World Series.

We are proud to offer highly competitive perks and benefits. For more information about our Crew, other benefits and insight into our Club culture please visit our Careers Page.

Senior Analyst, High Performance – Baseball Research and Development

Position Summary:
The Senior Analyst will deliver research and tools to improve decision-making with a focus on the application of High Performance data and information in the spaces of biomechanics, strength and conditioning, availability, health, and training conditions. Working within the Baseball Research and Development Department, the Senior Analyst will work closely with the Baseball Systems, High Performance, and Baseball Operations Departments on projects and processes.

The position requires an individual who has intellectual curiosity, is a self-starter, and can communicate technical and analytical concepts effectively to a non-technical audience. Being passionate about using data, analysis, and technology to improve baseball decision making processes, as well as understanding the connection between physiological processes and performance are essential qualities for the position. 

Core Duties:

  • Provide guidance to leadership in the Baseball Research and Development and High Performance departments on strategy and prioritization on High Performance related initiatives
  • Evaluate the quality of proprietary High Performance data from sources such as wearable sensors or motion capture systems and make recommendations as to their usage
  • Create explanatory and predictive models to aid in a variety of player acquisition, player development, gameplay, health, and training decisions. Partner with personnel in the High Performance and Baseball Systems departments on these processes to help create a full evaluation and decision-making pipeline.

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will have an advanced degree (Masters/Ph.D) in Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Engineering, Operations Research, and two to three years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. 

To Apply:

To apply, please follow this link.


Analyst, High Performance – Baseball Research and Development

Position Summary:
The Analyst will deliver research and tools to improve decision-making with a focus on the application of High Performance data and information in the spaces of biomechanics, strength and conditioning, availability, health, and training conditions. Working within the Baseball Research and Development Department, the Analyst will work closely with the Baseball Systems, High Performance, and Baseball Operations Departments on projects and processes.  

The position requires an individual who has intellectual curiosity, is a self-starter, and can communicate technical and analytical concepts effectively to a non-technical audience. Being passionate about using data, analysis, and technology to improve baseball decision making processes, as well as understanding the connection between physiological processes and performance are essential qualities for the position. Residence in Milwaukee is required. 

Core Duties:

  • Evaluate the quality of proprietary High-Performance data from sources such as wearable sensors or motion capture systems and make recommendations as to their usage
  • Create explanatory and predictive models to aid in a variety of player acquisition, player development, gameplay, health, and training decisions. Partner with personnel in the High Performance and Baseball Systems departments on these processes to help create a full evaluation and decision-making pipeline.
  • Investigate emerging data sources and identify potential for predictive value and actionable insights to improve decision making.

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will have Bachelor’s degree (B.S./B.A.) in Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Engineering, Operations Research, or related field from four-year college or university.  Advanced degree or current pursuit of advanced degree in one of the areas mentioned above or a related field is desirable.

To Apply:

To apply, please follow this link.


Analyst – Baseball Research and Development

Position Summary:
The Analyst will deliver research and tools to improve decision making, working with the Baseball R&D, Baseball Systems Departments and the entire Baseball Operations Department. The position requires a person who has intellectual curiosity, is a self-starter and can communicate technical and analytical concepts effectively to a non-technical audience. Being passionate about using data, analysis and technology to improve decision making processes is also a key differentiator.

Core Duties:

  • Evaluate existing data sources and build predictive or explanatory models to aid in a variety of player acquisition, player development and gameplay decisions.
  • Investigate emerging data sources and identify potential for predictive value and actionable insights to improve decision making.
  • Develop visualizations and other mechanisms for disseminating analytical results to the front office, player development staff, and other baseball employees – including consideration for less technically and analytically inclined consumers.

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will have Bachelor’s degree (B.S./B.A.) in Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Engineering, Operations Research, or related field from four-year college or university.  Advanced degree or current pursuit of advanced degree in one of the areas mentioned above or a related field is desirable.

To Apply:

To apply, please follow this link.


Intern – Baseball Research and Development

Position Summary:
Will work with the Baseball Research and Development, Baseball Systems Departments, and the entire Baseball Operations Department to deliver research and tools to improve decision making.  The position requires a person who has intellectual curiosity, is a self-starter and can communicate technical and analytical concepts effectively to non-technical people.  Being passionate about using data, analysis, and technology to improve decision making processes is also a key differentiator.

Core Duties:

  • Work with Baseball R&D and Baseball Operations to understand analytical needs and implement best practices for meeting those needs
  • Investigate emerging data sources and identify potential for predictive value and actionable insights to improve decision making
  • Develop visualizations and other mechanisms for disseminating analytical results to Baseball Operations, including consideration for less technically and analytically inclined consumers

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree (B.S./B.A.) or in the current pursuit of a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Engineering, Operations Research, or related field from four-year college or university.  Advanced degree or current pursuit of advanced degree in one of the areas mentioned above or a related field is desirable.

To Apply:

To apply, please follow this link.

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