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Posted by Willy Franzen on July 31, 2009. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|User Experience (UX)/Interaction Designer - DC/Northern VA||Alexandria, VA|
|Field Technician 2||Columbus, OH|
|Innovation Architect||Boulder, CO|
|Senior Software QA Engineering||Watertown, MA|
|Indicators of Compromise (IOC) Engineer||Alexandria, VA|
|Brokerage Consultant - Jacksonville||Jacksonville, FL|
|Manager -Application Development||Simsbury, CT|
|Operations Infrastructure Analyst||Hartford, CT|
|Business Coach/Consultant * Clients Provided||Tulsa, OK|
July 31st is always a holiday for me. Not only is it my Dad’s birthday (Happy Birthday Dad!), but it’s also the Major League Baseball non-waiver trade deadline. It’s a day packed with excitement as winning teams trade away their future for a shot at winning it all this year. I usually spend the day glued to ESPN and MLB Trade Rumors, but this year I don’t think my Yankees are going to make any big moves (mostly because they’re only 1 game behind the best record in baseball). That means that I can sit back, relax, and watch the YES Network since I’m in Connecticut this weekend (which means I left Chicago where the Yankees are actually playing… ugh). The YES Network is pretty much all Yankees, all the time, except for when they show New Jersey Nets games, and because of that, they also happen to be “the most-watched regional sports network in the country.”
As you may have noticed from the links in the opening paragraph, we’ve covered a lot of baseball related jobs. I have actually wanted to write a post on the YES Network for a long time, but they’ve never had anything remotely entry level posted on their Jobs page. That hasn’t changed, but I’ve realized that waiting around for a job postings is a good way not to get a job. If you want to get a job at YES, you’re going to need to be proactive. That means reaching out to them at firstname.lastname@example.org with a résumé and cover letter in WORD format, and using LinkedIn to do some networking. If you check out the YES Network company profile, you’ll find all kinds of great information on what types of jobs they have and who works there. One of their more common job titles is Production Assistant, which looks to me to be geared towards the entry level. Landing a job at YES won’t be easy, but if you’re a Yankees fan like me (or you really want to get into the field of sports journalism/broadcasting), then it’s worth a shot.
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