Posted by Willy Franzen on February 9, 2010. Jobs updated daily.
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Omni Events Portland, OR
|Sporting Goods Department Position|
Farm & Home Supply Alton, IL
|Instructor - Gymnastics|
The Little Gym of Cottonwood Heights Salt Lake City, UT
John Muir Health Walnut Creek, CA
|Assistant Manager - FITBOX METHOD (FITNESS STUDIO)|
FitBox Method Miami, FL
|Head Lifeguard, Lifeguards|
Town of Breckenridge Breckenridge, CO
Thumbtack, Inc. Brooklyn, NY
|Recreation Supervisors and Leaders|
City of Kent Kent, WA
|High School Head Girls Basketball Coach|
Reardan-Edwall School District Reardan, WA
|High School Athletic Coach|
Livermore Valley Joint School Livermore, CA
It’s a tough time of year for fantasy sports enthusiasts. The football season is over, and it’s still a bit early to be preparing for your fantasy baseball draft. There’s hockey and basketball, but they’re right in the middle of their seasons. The excitement of the draft is long gone, and the playoffs are still too far away. You need an outlet for all of that fantasy sports energy, and Arlington, VA based Fantazzle might be the perfect outlet. They’ve only been on the scene for a couple years, but they’ve already been acknowledged by The New York Times’ Fifth Down Blog as having the most accurate preseason fantasy football rankings for the 2008 season. I haven’t played any of their games, but it appears that they run weekly games instead of full season games. It’s for players who don’t the attention span to last a whole season (or maybe players who get discouraged by being in last place after a couple weeks).
When I first came across Fantazzle, I had a few hesitations about featuring them. The only games that they have available today are fantasy golf and fantasy racing. The site also doesn’t seem to be generating much traffic, which means that they’re probably not generating much revenue. They are, however, an early stage startup, and they received $352,000 in funding over the past few months. They do a charge a fee for some games and they do offer cash prizes (hopefully that’s not considered gambling by the government), so they do seem to have a business model that will scale nicely. Despite my hesitations, I think it would be pretty cool to work at a fantasy sports startup. Fantazzle’s Jobs page shows that they’re looking for a Fantasy Sports Social Media Professional. The salary is pretty low, but there you’ll get flexibility (they’ll let you work virtually) along with some perks. You can apply online, but you’ll probably want to do a little more digging to get the full read on where Fantazzle is going first.
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