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Career Opportunities

Little League® does not limit participation in its activities on the basis of disability, race, creed, color, national origin, gender, sexual preference, or religious preference. Little League Baseball Incorporated is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Programmer Analyst

Little League® International has an immediate opening in South Williamsport, PA for a full-time PROGRAMMER ANALYST reporting to the Director of Information Services. This position will provide software development for new and existing projects, assistance in upgrading existing software and databases, and system support and software development for Little League International’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. This position operates as part of a team under the mentorship of the Director of Information Services. Individuals who desire to work for a company with 75+ years of history supporting youth baseball and softball and who enjoy facing an evolving set of technical challenges should apply.

QUALIFICATIONS

Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science plus a minimum of two years work experience designing, programming, and troubleshooting object-oriented applications in C# or VB.NET. Four or more years of work experience will be considered in lieu of a degree. Similar lengths of experience with SQL and developing both web and desktop applications are required. Intermediate knowledge of computer hardware, networks, mainframe architecture, Microsoft Office, and enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications is also required.

The ideal candidate will also bring with them several of the following skills: experience with the IBM eServer iSeries (AS/400) platform, RPG programming, system documentation, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne ERP software, and knowledge of financial accounting and best practices. A willingness to learn these skills on the job and independently is a must in order to be successful in this position. Candidates must be customer-service focused, as this position will occasionally require providing guidance and assistance to internal and external users, both in-person and by phone. Strong communication and organizational skills are also required. While most work is done during normal business hours, occasional peaks in workload and special events such as the Little League World Series may require working in the evenings and on weekends. Occasional (< 5%) travel may be required. Compensation is commensurate with experience.

Little League International is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Drug and background checks required. Telecommuting and relocation assistance is not available for this position. This position is open until filled.

Please submit your resume, cover letter with salary requirements, and three references to Carol Neff, Director of Human Resources, at cneff@littleleague.org.


Assistant Director of U.S. Southwestern Region - Waco, Texas

This full time position is responsible for assisting the Director of the Southwestern Region in the operation of the Regional Center while administering the Little League Program in the Southwestern Region of the U.S. This includes providing service and support for league and district operations, in addition to coordinating tournament operations and schedules.

Potential candidates should have a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Administration, Business Administration, Marketing, or a related field and a background in baseball/softball with knowledge of Little League rules and regulations preferred. Must have a valid driver’s license, pass background check, have superior communications skills, and experience in public speaking.

Must be willing to relocate within commuting distance of Waco, Texas.

Please no phone calls or email inquiries to the Regional Office.

Please submit your resume, cover letter with salary requirements, and three references to ppoust@littleleague.org.

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Communications Coordinator

The Communications Coordinator is a diverse position that gets to work directly with nearly every facet of the department and the entire organization. The ideal candidate should have excellent organizational and project management skills, with a broad interest in communications strategies, proven experience, and a desire to learn. The Communications Coordinator will assist the department on various tasks, and should have a basic to advanced understanding of writing, digital and social media, design principles, and web publishing.

The individual will have an integral role in the communications efforts in support of the Little League Baseball World Series. Year-round tasks may include day-to-day social media management, content creation, project management, alumni research, media relations, basic photography and graphic design projects, and select administrative duties.

Interested candidates should send their resume cover letter describing how they match the above qualifications and include salary requirements and a sample of writing skills/work to cneff@littleleague.org by no later than April 1, 2016. PLEASE PUT THE JOB TITLE "COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR" ON SUBJECT LINE OF EMAIL. E.O.E.

Key Responsibilities

  • Project Management – Assist with the management of project requests from inception to completion, making sure all projects are organized and meet their requirements and deadlines. Using Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite to help in the completion of projects, when necessary.
  • Social Media Assistance – Assist in the day-to-day management of social media initiatives, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram; creating social media content; and assisting with monitoring the analytics of Little League’s social media efforts.
  • Research Assets – Assist in researching assets for stories and other correspondence. Ex. Notable alumni, photos, logos.
  • Writing / Editing – Write articles, press releases, letters, email correspondence to various constituents.
  • Event Coordination – Assist with special events such as the Little League Baseball World Series, including the coordination of the media credentialing, assisting the Director of Media Relations, and the operation of the Little League Baseball World Series Media Office. Assist with other events, such as the Little League World Series Luncheon, regional meetings, and the International Congress.
  • Communicates effectively with all levels of management and staff. Fosters development of teamwork within the department while meeting the needs of the departments being served.
  • Administrative Duties – Assist the department with occasional administrative duties.
  • Major tasks, duties and responsibilities may be revised at any time, including schedules.
  • Employee must be receptive to training and continuing education.

Qualifications

  • Requires excellent organizational and prioritization skills with strong attention to details
  • Must demonstrate strong project management skills
  • Minimum of bachelor’s degree in Communications, Journalism, Marketing, or Business with 1 to 3 years of communications experience; recent college graduates with high-level internship experience will be considered
  • Requires excellent communication skills – oral and written with emphasis on writing, proofreading, and editing
  • Experience successfully managing multiple detail-oriented projects in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment
  • Experience working with external communications companies and the media, and an understanding and interest of how the media industry works
  • Requires a solid understanding of social media platforms, and skills, especially utilizing Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for corporate solutions; an understanding and interest in emerging social media trends and platforms is beneficial
  • A basic understanding of graphic design and the ability to assist in basic design projects and pre-press preparation of documents using Adobe Creative Suite is preferred
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Must be self-motivated, possess an optimistic attitude, trustworthy, and goal oriented
  • Ability to work independently and as a team
  • Knowledge of copier, fax, office equipment
  • Must be personable in meeting the public and professional in appearance and behavior.
  • An understanding and interest in baseball and softball and youth leadership development is beneficial to the roll

Physical Requirements

  • Standard office setting
  • Occasional travel is required, mostly by car
  • Majority of work time is Monday through Friday and occasional weekends. Overtime is required during Little League World Series and other times occasionally as needed.

Director of Umpire Development

Little League International is searching for a Director of Umpire Development, whose primary responsibility will be to assist in training and supporting volunteer umpires throughout the entire Little League International program. Based in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, this full-time position requires candidates have a solid understanding of rules and regulations of Little League Baseball and/or Softball and a strong on field experience umpiring.

This position will report to the Sr. Director of Operations & Education and be involved in the development of instructional curriculum surrounding recruitment, development and retention of umpires. Additionally, the position will be involved in editing the rule books as directed by the Rules Committee. In addition, the Umpire Consultant will be involved in the development and administration of umpire clinics and schools.

Successful applicants will have a minimum of five years of umpire experience, strong written and interpersonal skills, excellent public speaking and communication skills, computer skills with MS Office experience, be congenial, patient, and tactful while assertive, as well as a passion for baseball and softball.

This position requires mandatory relocation to within commuting distance to Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

Interested qualified candidates should send resume, cover letter with salary requirements, and at least five references to mshaffer@littleleague.org.

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There are currently no part-time positions available.

Summer Communications Intern

Little League Baseball, Incorporated, the world’s largest youth sports program located in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania is seeking a part-time, paid Communications Intern for the summer; June 1st – August 31st, 2016. This is an excellent opportunity for a college student to gain valuable experience within our Communications, Public Relations, Graphics, and Web Development departments. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, have customer service skills; have strong written and oral communication skills and computer skills. Familiarity with the Adobe design suite is a plus. The minimal level of education is a college junior or senior enrolled in a relevant communications, public relations, business administration, or other related program. The internship position is being offered at & 8.00/hour. Housing, transportation and all expenses are the responsibility of the intern. Interested candidates should send cover letter with resume along with three references and/or a minimum of three letters of recommendations from college professors to mshaffer@littleleague.org by April 6th, 2016.

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Landscaping Intern at Little League International

Little League Baseball and Softball is the world’s largest youth sports organization. Its Headquarters is located in scenic South Williamsport, PA. The 72 acre Little League complex hosts the annual Little League Baseball World Series every August and attracts thousands of visitors annually. It also plays host to 6 weeks of Little League Baseball Summer Camps and numerous other events and tournaments throughout the summer.

The Landscaping intern responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Work with Landscaper to coordinate and perform daily tasks
  • Assist in caring for lawns, shrubs, annuals and perennials
  • Assist with mowing, weeding, pruning, trimming, edging, mulching, watering and other general landscaping functions

Qualifications:

  • Working toward an undergraduate degree in Landscaping, Horticulture or related field
  • Excellent work ethic
  • Knowledge of all types of plant material including flowers, annual and perennial plants
  • General knowledge of operating and maintaining all equipment pertaining to landscaping equipment
  • Previous landscaping or gardening experience, preferred
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Ability to lift at least 50 pounds
  • Frequent bending, stooping and lifting
  • Must pass criminal background check
  • Flexible work schedule including holidays, evenings and weekends, as needed
  • Must be able to work in all weather conditions, including extreme heat

Compensation:

  • $7.50 per hour
  • Housing provided, must sign housing agreement; board not included

Dates: May 1 through Sept 1 (flexible based on availability)

Please send your resume to Trinia Poust, HR Generalist at ppoust@littleleague.org by February 5, 2016.

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If you’re interested in teaching baseball skills to children ranging in age from 9-14, please take a moment to consider the Little League Baseball Summer Camps.

Little League Summer Camp Structure and Goals

  • Little League Baseball has been offering summer camps for more than 30 years, teaching baseball skills and providing a wide range of recreation activities.
  • The Little League Summer Camps are conducted under the direction of well screened highly qualified staff or instructors.
  • The camps provide the latest training aids and instructional techniques. All equipment used is approved by Little League Baseball to provide maximum safety for the Little League campers.
  • Performance/compatibility evaluations for each camper are provided to parents after each session.
  • The camps are designed for younger players who need more guidance in the fundamentals of the game, while more advanced players are challenged to sharpen their skills and try new positions.

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Coaching Position Responsibilities and Benefits

  • Teaching baseball skills to players.
  • Coach games against the other Camp teams.
  • Team size is approximately 14 players.
  • All camp employees are provided sleeping quarters separate from the players (with the exception of our Central Region location) but are responsible for their team at all times during the week-long camp.
  • Facilities at each camp may vary but all locations provide comfortable accommodations.
  • Salary plus meals, laundry, towels, and bed linens.
  • Camp sessions run from Sunday afternoon through the following Friday morning.
  • Transportation is not provided.

Counselor Position Responsibilities and Benefits

  • Assist Coach in teaching baseball skills to players.
  • Assist Coach during games against other camp teams.
  • Help supervise other recreational camp activities such as swimming.
  • Team size is approximately 14 players.
  • All camp employees are provided sleeping quarters separate from the players (with the exception of our Central Region location) but are responsible for their team at all times during the week-long camp.
  • Facilities at each camp may vary but all locations provide comfortable accommodations.
  • Salary plus meals, laundry, towels and linens.
  • Camp sessions run from Sunday afternoon through the following Friday morning.
  • Transportation is not provided.

Beginning the Summer of 2011, the Counselor in Training (CIT) program has been discontinued. If you are at least 16 years old, you are eligible to apply for a Counselor position. Please see the Counselor Position Responsibilities and Benefits, if you are interested.


Camp Locations and Dates
To apply for a position at a Little League Summer Camp, please complete the application and return it to one of the addresses below. Applications will be forwarded to the Camp Director for consideration.

We are not currently hiring for World Series positions at this time.

Little League International Complex
Contact: Carol Neff, Director of Human Resources
Little League International
539 US Route 15 Highway, P.O. Box 3485
Williamsport, PA 17701-0485
(570) 326-1921
employment@LittleLeague.org