What is Underdog?

Founded by a team of industry veterans, Underdog was born with the idea that bringing strategic innovation to sports gaming and entertainment is the key to success in an exceptionally competitive market. Underdog has quickly established itself as a leader in the space, and is committed to building the best sports gaming platform in the industry -- and supporting the most passionate community of sports fans while doing it!

At Underdog, we’re not only about creating these awesome products, but also about growing our culture of passion, ownership, and fun! We believe that great companies are made out of great people. Our continual aim is to create an inclusive environment for everyone, at all levels, to achieve their highest potential at work.

As a Product Operations Associate (Grading), you'll be responsible for grading many of our pick’em props, and scoring the games post-event. This is a part-time position, candidates must be able to work the following shifts: Saturday and/or Sunday between the hours of 7am to 11pm Eastern.

 Please note, Underdog is a US based company and no sponsorship is available for this position at this time. 

What you'll do:

  • Enter player and game stats post-game
  • Track games we offer in the app to ensure entries are paid with correct stats after the conclusion of the game
  • Work within college football, esports, WNBA, NFL, college basketball, UFC and more

Who you are:

  • A sports fanatic (NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, EPL, Golf, UFC, Nascar, F1, eSports & more) who is knowledgeable about DFS and Fantasy sports props
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Committed to being a true team player
  • Ability to work nights and weekends around the sports calendar
  • Interest in sports betting

Even better if you have…

  • Prior gaming/sports betting experience
  • Prior experience with statistics, score keeping, or other detail oriented tasks
  • Prior startup experience

 

Underdog Sports is firmly committed to equity, inclusion, and diversity. Our unique culture was built on the foundation of a safe and inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds. We highly value the mental, physical, and emotional health of our employees, and are continuously asking ourselves: what can we do better? Underdog is an equal opportunity employer and doesn't discriminate on the basis of creed, race, sexual orientation, gender, age, disability status or any other defining characteristic. Our targeted compensation for this position is $15/hr. 

 

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