Intern - Data Operations Technician
Driveline BaseballKent, WA
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Part Time Unpaid Internship
Location: Seattle, WA - Remote - Hybrid (Priority given to In-Person and Hybrid applications)
Job Type: Seasonal Internship (3-9 months)
Salary: Stipend ($2400-3000/month, DOE)
Hours: Full-Time or Part-Time (Part-Time stipend adjusted for hours expected to work)
Application Deadline: June 1st, 2023. Early start, from June 12th, will be advantageous.
Driveline Baseball, the leader in applied biomechanics and baseball player development, is seeking interns with a knack for coding, a passion for learning, and an appreciation for baseball. Your non-traditional background isn't a barrier; if you're proficient with APIs, can handle their responses, and have experience with GPT-4, we want to hear from you.
Former interns describe their time at Driveline as transformative, with Jesse Clingman, former Sports Science intern, noting:
''Working at Driveline was an incredible opportunity and period of self development for me. Every day consisted of thought provoking, detailed, and collaborative work with people who had a passion for understanding and innovating. It's an environment where intelligently applied hard work leads to huge results.''
We believe that our internships provide unparalleled learning experiences and pathways to exciting careers in baseball.
As a Data Operations Technician Intern, you'll have the opportunity to learn from the best, including our founder, Kyle Boddy. While we value independent learning, we also provide mentoring and support through our internal certification courses. Your role will be critical in our efforts to innovate and set new standards in baseball.
Successful Driveline interns typically exhibit the following traits:
• Eager to learn new technologies and systems without intimidation
• Adaptable in a fast-paced, evolving environment
• Knowledgeable about baseball, preferably with coaching or on-field experience
• Driven to seize the unique opportunities available at Driveline
• Optimize our code base using Large Language Models (LLMs)
• Develop Extract-Transfer-Load (ETL) scripts for data pipeline creation
• Improve ETL efficiency using LLM APIs (primarily GPT-4)
• Write OpenAI-specific scripts for our Relational Database layer
• Attend department meetings and provide regular documentation
• Proficiency in Python, PHP, R, SQL, DVCS (Git), bash, Powershell, or similar technologies.
• Please include code samples, GitHub repository, or details of relevant courses/books in your application. This will be the thing that sets you apart from other applicants.
• Proven experience with independent projects in a professional or academic setting.
• Excellent communication skills for technical and non-technical audiences.
• Proficient with Microsoft Office and/or Google Docs.
• Advanced coding skills in Python, R, or PHP.
• Experience with ChatGPT and OpenAI's GPT APIs.
• We don't expect you to be an expert here - we just want to know that you've hacked together some things using the OpenAI APIs.
• Experience with Midjourney, Stable Diffusion, or other AI art generation tools.
• Previous involvement with a college or professional baseball team.
• Experience working with large datasets.
• Formal education in kinesiology, exercise science, mathematics, physics, engineering, or similar fields.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Driveline is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, creed, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, citizenship status, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected under local, state, or federal laws. For employees and applicants for employment who have disabilities, Driveline provides reasonable accommodation.