Job Listing: Cardinals Web Application Developer

Web Application Developer, Baseball Development

The St. Louis Cardinals are seeking a web application developer with a passion for baseball. This developer will collaborate with the Baseball Development team to build the Cardinals’ next generation of baseball analytics and scouting applications. The ideal candidate is a versatile developer with demonstrated ability for working within a team framework

Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with baseball operations decision-makers to define and develop new applications
  • Adapt existing applications for mobile environments
  • Create tests and documentation around new features and functionality

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree and at least 2 years experience as software engineer / web developer
  • Proficiency with front-end web development technologies (including HTML5, CSS, JavaScript and JavaScript frameworks)
  • Strong understanding of mobile UI/UX design concepts and demonstrated ability to apply responsive design techniques
  • Familiarity with server-side web programming frameworks and SQL Server or other relational database systems
  • Passion for baseball, strong intellectual curiosity and communication skills

To apply, please send your resume to ccorrea@cardinals.com




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David Appelman is the creator of FanGraphs.


11 Responses to “Job Listing: Cardinals Web Application Developer”

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  1. Nate says:

    Wow, Carlos Correa is even more well-rounded than we thought.

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  2. Anon21 says:

    I doubt Appelman will read the comments on this post, but just in case: UZR didn’t update Sunday night. Everyone is stuck at last week’s defensive ratings. Save us from the perils of mildly outdated statistics (that need much more data than one week’s worth to be meaningful in any event)!

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  3. Eric Dykstra says:

    I would definitely apply if I wasn’t already in a dream development job and if baseball teams didn’t pay 30% of market rate.

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  4. Tim says:

    Working for the Cards is a dream job. I’d give anything to work for them. But I have no skillz. I wish whoever gets this job the best of luck.

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  5. Brian Munoz says:

    I’m in my senior year of CS. I would kill to do web development for my favorite team.

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  6. Andy says:

    Not a Cards fan, but I would love this job. Any official word on what it pays?

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  7. fan favorite says:

    cheapskates.

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