The Philadelphia Phillies are a Major League Baseball club based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Formed in 1883, the Phillies are the oldest, continuous, one-name, one-city franchise in all of professional sports.
As a Quantitative Analyst (QA), you help shape The Phillies Baseball Operations strategies by processing, analyzing, and interpreting large and complex data. You do more than just crunch the numbers; you carefully plan the design of your own studies by asking and answering the right questions, while also working collaboratively with other analysts and software engineers on larger projects.
Using analytical rigor, you work with your team as you mine through data and see opportunities for The Phillies to improve. After communicating the results of your studies and experiments to the GM and executive staff, you collaborate with front office executives, scouts, coaches, and trainers to incorporate your findings into Phillies practices. Identifying the challenge is only half the job; you also work to figure out and implement the solution.
Interested applicants should submit both their resume and an answer to the following question:
The R&D department has been asked to provide a recommendation to promote or not promote a pitching prospect from AA to AAA. What information would you consider in formulating your recommendation? (250 word limit)
Tip: There’s no defined right or wrong answer. Responses are used to get some insight into how you approach problem solving and baseball in general.
Please submit your resume and question response no later than Sunday, October 31, 2021.
Interview Process: Resume Review -> Take home questionnaire -> 1-3 video interviews
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