Position: Video Technology Associate (Affiliate)

Department: Player Development

Reports to: Minor League Video Technology Coordinator

Duration: February 2023 – September 2023

Status: Part-time seasonal position (requirement to travel and work non-traditional hours)

 

POSITION SUMMARY

Provide comprehensive on- and off-field video and technological support for coaches, players, and non-uniformed staff during Spring Training and during the minor league season at an assigned affiliate. Spring Training will be utilized as a month-long training period to grasp the Giants’ video and technological collection and organizational processes, as well as build relationships with the staff and players you will be working with. The minor league season will consist of working closely with a set of staff and players and providing as much support as necessary to help the players continue their development and the team perform. 

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Set up, capture, post-process, and distribute quality video footage for all home and road games during the season
  • Utilize BATS Video Software to chart, process, and store all collected video
  • Prepare, display, and organize video footage for advance purposes of each upcoming opponent
  • Operate Edgertronic (high-speed) camera technology manually and through a browser to collect targeted footage during game- and non-game activity
  • Operate and troubleshoot other baseball-related technology such as TrackMan V3, Portable TrackMan, Hawkeye, Blast, and Oculus headsets throughout the season
  • Heavy utilization of multiple baseball-adjacent applications (Dropbox, Google Drive, remote desktop softwares, video editing softwares, etc…) to edit, move, and store video and data for short-term and long-term usage
  • Manage and properly care for the various video and technology equipment you will be responsible for using throughout the season (computers, iPads, VR headsets, cameras, etc..)
  • Assist with various ad-hoc projects assigned by the coaching staffs and front office 

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • Ability and desire to relocate and work non-traditional hours (nights, weekends, and holidays) throughout the season
  • Extremely detail-oriented focus and mindset on all daily tasks
  • Ability to comfortably communicate and work with all members of the organization (players, coaches, staff, and various affiliate front office/staff members)
  • Aptitude and comfortability with basic networking and IT processes
  • Previous baseball or softball playing and/or video and technology related experience is a plus
  • Possession of a strong and obvious passion and curiosity for the game of baseball

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