Position: Database Engineer I, Baseball Systems
The database engineer will be responsible for maintaining and expanding the Rangers’ baseball operations data warehouse and data pipelines. The role is responsible for importing and integrating data from external providers, and interacting with the R&D department to implement models and build reports.
- Database design
- Export, Transform and Load multiple data feeds (ETL)
- Assist in creating and monitoring data quality initiatives, resolving issues, and communicating to stakeholders
- Writing and updating SSRS reports
- Collaboration with application/web developer on app development
- Basic support for end users of reports and applications
- Update and maintain documentation for database and applications
- 1-3 years professional experience in a similar capacity preferred and/or degree in computer science or related field
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Highly organized
- Experience with Microsoft SQL Server, Snowflake or other relational databases mandatory
- Experience in Wherescape, SQL Server Integration Services or other ETL tools helpful
- Experience with Python or similar scripting languages helpful
- Experience with Amazon Web Services or other cloud services helpful
- Experience working with external data providers helpful
- Passion for the game of baseball preferred
- Evening and weekend availability, in particular during the baseball season
- Occasional travel required
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