Provide support to the Senior Manager pertaining to the operations of the Baseball Assistance Team. Works closely with the staff to assist in the overall grant making process. Responsible for multiple aspects of the multi-million dollar Payroll Deduction Program. Forecasts for Accounts Receivable. Assist in all fundraising events & performs all administrative duties for the department as needed.


  • Responsible for on-going grant management tasks that includes preparing, assessing, and evaluating grant cases. Compiles the complete financial & personal backgrounds in addition to making a recommendation/presentation of each case to the grant, crisis or scholarship committees.

  • Manage the content, distribution, and production of the B.A.T. brochure, Website and Social Media accounts.

  • Responsible for B.A.T.’s MLB multi-million dollar Payroll Deduction program which includes collecting contributions from the current MLB players and front office staff of the 30 MLB clubs. Monitors and tracks player transactions and works closely with the 30 club payroll managers to communicate each transaction.

  • Prepares and distributes tax acknowledgement letters and coordinates all mass mailings.

  • Responsible for accounts receivable operations which includes processing contributions via checks and/or wire transfers.

  • Coordinate all meetings in Florida and Arizona for B.A.T.’s Spring Training Fundraising Tour by working with each respective club and their representatives.

  • Responsible for being a speaker during B.A.T.’s Spring Training Tours in Arizona and/or Florida, both Major and Minor League presentations.

  • Work with MLB Design Services regarding all design requests for the organization.

  • Assist with presenting and traveling for Front Office meetings, award presentations and/or any travel that may arise.

  • Maintains B.A.T. database through TrackVia and assists with functionality and integration of the system.

  • Answer and direct calls from the BAT hotline (7822) and respond to income and outgoing emails associated with [email protected].


  • Bi-lingual (Spanish, English) required

  • Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 3-5 years of relevant work experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Professional demeanor, organized and detail oriented.

  • Strong organizational, analytical, interpersonal, and communication/public speaking skills.

  • Strong working knowledge of MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint).

  • Extensive multi-tasking skills and experience managing deliverables with time-sensitive deadlines.

  • Non-profit event & grant management preferred.

  • Moderate travel required

All in-office and ballpark-based positions are subject to MLB's mandatory Covid-19 vaccine policy