Looks like only nerds need apply. Title: Data Architect – Baseball Analytics Location: Cleveland, OH Description: The Cleveland Indians are currently scouting for a Data Architect to work in our Baseball Operations Department. This individual will report to the Director of Baseball Operations while assisting both the Baseball and Information Systems Departments. This individual will be a technical resource to the baseball analytics department, taking on increasing responsibility to design, implement, and manage the Baseball Department’s information architecture. Responsibilities include: • Creating data models, developing processes for extraction, transformation, cleansing, and loading a variety of internal and external data sources; • Creating and maintaining business rules and metadata to ensure data consistency, designing and implementing a data warehouse of baseball information. • Other responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, statistical analysis and baseball research, application and web development, and user interface and data visualization design. Candidates must possess: • A Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in Computer Science or a related field, along with demonstrated work experience designing and managing data warehouses, creating OLAP cubes, and using reporting tools. • Experience with Oracle (preferred) or another major database system including advanced knowledge of SQL and/or MDX is required. • Experience with any of the following are highly desirable: database administration, ETL and/or BI tools, application development in .NET and/or Java. • Proficiency in statistical analysis software packages (R, STATA, SAS, SPSS) is desirable, as is familiarity with current baseball research and analytics. For more information or to apply, visit http://www.indians.com/jobs , Requisition Number 10-0025. Interested candidates must apply online to be considered.