Little League International, South Williamsport, Pa.
Step up to the plate! Little League is looking for a talented, motivated, visual storyteller to join our digital team and help continue the expanding video efforts of the world’s largest youth sports organization.
In recent years, Little League has produced video features, documentary style series, educational content, and overseen the production of thousands of highlights for our seven World Series events, telling the stories of our program and the communities involved.
To add to this success, we have an immediate, full-time opening for a Video Coordinator at our headquarters in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. This position will report to the Multimedia Producer/Editor.
The Video Coordinator will be responsible for capturing, editing, and producing content for Little League. The preferred candidate possesses 2-3 years of relevant sports or high profile-brand experience. The ability to execute in multiple work environments to deliver timely content during peak seasonal windows across the editorial calendar is a must.
Preferred fields of study include: Film/Video, Broadcast Journalism, Media Production and other related fields.
- Shoot, edit and otherwise create video content for Little League digital platforms in support of the organization’s educational, entertainment, and operational goals including
- Little League University
- Enterprise storytelling
- Video scoreboards
- Pre-, post-, and on-site production assistance
- Creating still and animated graphics for use on social media
- Organizing, archiving and updating media files
- Uploading, tagging, and publishing clips on LittleLeague.org/Videos
- Spot-checking video for functionality and performance
- Other video, digital media, or communications duties added as needed
Preferred candidates will demonstrate the following:
- Advanced experience with Adobe Premiere Pro CC
- Familiarity with baseball and softball – basic rules and gameplay, game situations, noteworthy happenings, etc.
- Working knowledge of DSLR cameras for video, as well as microphones and audio recording devices
- Strong underlying skills: conducting interviews, field production, shot composition, lighting, exposure, and more
- Working knowledge of video and content management systems for digital platforms
- Basic experience with Adobe After Effects
- Demonstrated writing skills and experience with Adobe Photoshop are a plus
- Initiative to stay updated on modern digital trends and video distribution strategies
- Willingness to take direction and work independently while maintaining strong relationships with co-workers
- Ability to work non-traditional hours and travel as needed
Submit Résumé, Cover Letter and links to samples to mshaffer@LittleLeague.org with “Little League Video Coordinator” in the subject line. Applications without sample work will not be considered. No phone calls please.
Assistant Director of U.S. Central Region
This full-time position is responsible for assisting the Director of the Central Region in the operation of the Regional Center while administering the Little League Program in the Central Region of the U.S. This includes providing service and support for league and district operations, in addition to coordinating tournament operations and schedules. The Assistant Director will work to develop the Little League program through strong leadership, strategic planning and clear expectations in a professional environment of teamwork and collaboration.
Potential candidates should have a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Administration, Business Administration, Marketing, or a related field and a background in baseball/softball and a love of the game! A minimum of two years relevant verifiable experience in an educational field, event management, working for a non-profit, and/or management of staff/volunteers. Knowledge of Little League rules and regulations and supervisory experience preferred. Must have a valid driver’s license, pass an extensive background check, have superior professional communications skills, be articulate and diplomatic, proficient computer skills with experience in MS Office, problem-solving skills, proven leadership skills, and experience in public speaking. Must live within commuting distance of Carmel, Indiana or be willing to relocate. This position is not eligible for telecommuting.
Interested candidates should submit your resume, cover letter with salary requirements, and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please no phone calls. E.O.E.
Data Warehouse Specialist, Information Services
Little League International, South Williamsport, Pa.
Little League® International (LLI) has an immediate opening in South Williamsport, PA for a full-time DATA WAREHOUSE SPECIALIST reporting to the Director of Information Services. This position will provide expertise to implement and maintain the databases used by LLI’s various software systems. He/she will also perform ETL functions to share data between systems, as well as prepare, send, analyze, and report on emails sent through LLI’s email marketing system. 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.
Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related field plus a minimum of three years’ work experience with SQL, Microsoft SQL Server, ETL, and relational database best practices. Four or more years of work experience will be considered in lieu of a degree. Candidates should also possess a strong working knowledge of email marketing services such as Salesforce Marketing Cloud, business intelligence and analytics, HTML and web and social media standards. Intermediate knowledge of computer hardware, networks, mainframe architecture, and Microsoft Office is also required.
The ideal candidate will have experience in one or more of the following: the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other data privacy regulations, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), basic accounting principles, and the IBM eServer iSeries (AS/400) platform. A willingness to learn these skills both on the job and independently is a must 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, with this person being a member of several interdepartmental project teams.
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 Melissa Shaffer, Payroll Specialist, Human Resources at email@example.com.