Job Posting: St. Louis Cardinals Data and Full Stack Software Engineer Positions

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Please note that this posting contains two positions.

Job Title: Data Engineer (full-time)

Department: Baseball operations

Summary of responsibilities:
The role of the Data Engineer will be to design, develop and maintain modern and scalable baseball data processing systems for the St. Louis Cardinals. This individual will work with the Baseball Systems Group to ensure that quality data, analytics and visualizations are accessible in a timely manner to front office members, scouts, coaches, players and others across the board. baseball operations. This individual must be detail-oriented, enjoy collaborating with others, communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, keep up to date with the latest tools and technology, and have a keen interest in the game of baseball.

The St. Louis Cardinals are committed to building an inclusive organization where we have a diverse workforce as well as a culture where employees feel like they belong and can bring their unique qualities to the team. Cardinals are dedicated to the continued building of a diverse staff, and we strongly encourage applicants who are members of historically marginalized groups which may include, but are not limited to, people of color, LGBTQIA, gender, veterans and persons with disabilities, to apply. If you meet any of the qualifications listed below, we invite you to apply or contact us at [email protected] for more information.

Training and experience required:

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field, or a combination of relevant education and work experience
  • Excellent understanding of modern data system architecture, design patterns and best practices
  • Experience with all stages of the software development lifecycle
  • Experience in identifying, debugging and resolving technical issues
  • Ability to apply creative solutions to difficult technical tasks
  • Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment
  • Solid technical knowledge and experience, including:
    • Expertise with one or more object-oriented programming languages ​​such as Python, Java, Ruby or C#
    • Mastery of databases (Relational, NoSQL, Columnar) and advanced SQL
    • Experience with cloud computing and cloud technologies and understanding of serverless and event-driven architectures
    • Experience with DevOps including source control and CI/CD tools

Desired education and experience:

  • 2+ years of software development experience
  • Technical experience/familiarity with:
    • Docker and container-based environments
    • Kubernetes
    • Infrastructure as code
    • Google Cloud Platform (GCP)Orchestration tools such as Airflow
    • Familiarity with the game of baseball, including statistical and player tracking data

To apply:
To apply, please follow this link.

Job title: Full Stack Software Engineer (full-time)

Department: Baseball operations

Summary of responsibilities:
The role of the Full Stack Software Engineer will be to design, develop and maintain internal baseball information web applications for the St. Louis Cardinals. This individual will work with the Baseball Systems Group to ensure that quality data, analytics and visualizations are accessible in a timely manner to front office members, scouts, coaches, players and others across the board. baseball operations. This individual must be detail-oriented, enjoy collaborating with others, communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, keep up to date with the latest tools and technology, and have a keen interest in the game of baseball.

The St. Louis Cardinals are committed to building an inclusive organization where we have a diverse workforce as well as a culture where employees feel like they belong and can bring their unique qualities to the team. Cardinals are dedicated to the continued building of a diverse staff, and we strongly encourage applicants who are members of historically marginalized groups which may include, but are not limited to, people of color, LGBTQIA, gender, veterans and persons with disabilities, to apply. If you meet any of the qualifications listed below, we invite you to apply or contact us at [email protected] for more information.

Training and experience required:

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field, or a combination of relevant education and work experience
  • Excellent understanding of modern application design patterns and best practices for performance, maintenance and data security
  • Understand fundamental concepts, design and implementation of application frameworks (Angular preferred)
  • Experience building reusable libraries and shared components used by many applications
  • Experience with all stages of the software development lifecycle
  • Experience in identifying, debugging and resolving technical issues
  • Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment
  • Solid technical knowledge and experience, including:
    • Expertise with single page frameworks such as Angular, React or Vue.js
    • Building backend services using frameworks such as ExpressJS, Nest, Next.js, Apollo GraphQL, Prisma, and TypeORM
    • JavaScript and TypeScript best practices and design patterns
    • Web fundamentals such as HTML, JavaScript, and CSS
    • Tailwind CSS and/or utility-based CSS frameworks
    • Relational and documentary databases
    • Familiarity with git source control and CI/CD processes
    • Familiarity with testing frameworks such as Jest and Cypress

Desired education and experience:

  • 2+ years of experience in application development
  • Experience in data visualization using frameworks such as d3 and Three.js
  • Technical experience/familiarity with:
    • Docker and container-based environments
    • Kubernetes
    • Infrastructure as code
    • Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
    • Orchestration tools like Airflow
  • Familiarity with the game of baseball, including statistical and player tracking data

To apply:
To apply, please follow this link.

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