Fun place to work for baseball fans, less than ideal hours
Replay Supervisor (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 30, 2017
If you love baseball, Major League Baseball Advanced Media is a good place to work. It has some great jobs to jump start your career. The hours are less than ideal during the baseball season. You regularly work until 2 AM or later, and you also work weekends. Full time is tough to get and takes a lot of work, but if you get promoted to full time the benefits are incredible.
Box Office Cashier (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – August 29, 2017
Nice atmosphere for part time work. Pays well. Managers are nice and very knowledgeable. Get employee tickets to see the game. That's a nice perk. Can be very busy at times but co-workers and managers make it fun.
Level II Technician (Current Employee) – Cutler Bay, FL – May 18, 2017
Started this job pretty recently and i liked it at first but on a day to day basis now, I just get tired of it. There is always something new wrong with the product on computers or other devices. When i get a call from agents below me, i notice that it is a problem that shouldnt have been sent to me, it was just that the agent was close to leaving time so they tend to send up their calls so they dont deal with it. I'm currently in school and i gave in my schedule of just monday and wednesday and they put me to work. When i asked why, i was told that that people had to get monday and wednesday off too. When i asked around. People wanted my saturday off... Overtime is great.. If you like to stay at a place till 3 or 4 in the morning and randomly get one call as soon as the game ends and you end up leaving 30 minutes to an hour later. Overall this is the most boring job i have ever gotten.
PS - you will get fat since all you do is sit down all day...
Relaxing at times, Extremely easy work, On computer all day
Computer we are given are outdated (i can't use the product like the customer), horrible scheduling, extremely boring, some lower level agents are clueless of the products, No time is given to write cases.
Customer Relations Specialist (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 23, 2014
Monotonous daily workload with a management staff unaware of our responsibilities. Due to this, they were not able to relay the correct information to higher management leaving us with no room for advancement. Upper management made themselves unreachable. Considered temporary employees during full tenure despite having a 40+ hour/week schedule. No training provided, had to learn all processes/tasks on my own which was not a problem for myself, but it was for others. Pay raises were promised and never delivered. In my 15 years of employment, this has been my worst experience.
Production Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 15, 2014
Hired as one of the youngest employees while attaining my college degree, surrounded by a professional and experienced staff willing to lead by example. An extremely enjoyable and challenging job with a set of clear focused objectives.
Great work culture, thrilling fast paced work environment
Customer Response Associate (Former Employee) – new york, ny – September 17, 2013
I worked at MLB as a temp employee in the internet subscription department. My job consisted of providing customer service via phone and internet. The work environment was great. I can't think of anything negative to say about my work experience.
Studio Engineer (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 6, 2013
Work with great people who really take the time to help you learn any aspect you may not be familiar with. Fantastic set of managers and supervisors who really try to work with you on any issues you may have. Typical day includes setting up encoders for video/audio records later in the day, Doing any pre-production that is needed for the days shoots. Routing press conferences and/or live events to our website home page or team specific page.
Great enviroment to contiune learning about productions
great time to be outside and enjoy America's pastime
Real-Time Correspondent (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – February 27, 2013
There is no typical day at work as a real-time correspondent for MLB.com and I learned so much more about the depth of social media platforms. The most enjoyable part of my job was to hear fans stories and make moments memorable for them by creating stories that were posted on MLB.com/cutfour and could be shared with thousands of other baseball enthusiasts.