Title: Lead Product Designer
Department: Baseball Operations - Product Development
Pay Rate: $160,000 - $185,000/year*
Reports to: Director, Baseball Product Development
*Compensation rates vary based on job-related factors, including experience, job skills, education, and training.
The Baseball Research and Development team of the Los Angeles Dodgers is dedicated to building software applications and platforms that support analysis, scouting, player evaluation, and player development.
As a Lead Product Designer, you will work closely with the team’s developers and analysts to implement user-centered design processes that deliver actionable insights and designs supporting the decision support systems, evaluation tools, and data pipelines used throughout Baseball Operations.
This position offers the unique opportunity to leverage design to increase the impact of baseball analytics, where the results of your work are visible on and off the field.
As a Lead Product Designer, you will:
You may be a good fit if you:
Current Los Angeles Dodgers employees should apply via the internal job board in UltiPro by following these prompts:
MENU > MYSELF > MY COMPANY > VIEW OPPORTUNITIES > select the position > CONSENT > APPLY NOW
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