At DISH, hard work is rewarded with limitless opportunities. More than your education and previous work experience, we look for individuals who are bright, energetic and ambitious. We believe the critical thinking skills you learn in college can be applied across a variety of business functions, regardless of your major. This is what sets us apart as an employer.
Our program is designed to give you comprehensive experience in the fast-paced world of wireless and technology industries. Working full-time and with hands-on field experience and business projects, you will get an in-depth look at how our business works and where you fit into it. Help us build our brand while we help you build yours.
Interns working within our technology space, whether in DISH, SLING or Wireless, will evaluate current practices and play tangible parts in our business strategy. The scope of your work will be defined by the opportunities you create for yourself. Your potential duties could include working on an internal employee tool, internally developed app or even a product that millions of customers use. You might design a new dashboard for easier data consumption or a system for process improvement.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Early talent hires who love solving complex problems can support our technology teams in a number of ways. You will get to work with senior engineers to help accomplish your goals, no matter which role you choose!
You will work to discover information hidden in vast amounts of data and help make smarter decisions to deliver better products and services. You will communicate to stakeholders the value of the decision and the results it will provide them.
You will get to work in a dynamic development environment and be responsible for delivering reliable software components. You will get to be involved in hands-on creation, design, and testing of exciting new features!
You are a full stack engineer who wants to implement both back-end and front-end software solutions. You will work in an agile team to develop these projects and develop complete systems to better our customer’s experiences!
You will support the team’s mission to deliver software that meets business needs and allows for a positive customer experience. You will be a key contributor to the overall software delivery team in a fast-paced environment by designing and executing test scenarios that exercise all required test conditions.
There are many new and exciting projects that are taking place to protect the integrity of our customer and enterprise data. You will be an integral part of this department!
Skills, Experience and Requirements
Preferred to be currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree (non-MBA) program with an expected graduation date between December 2022 and August 2023.
Students who display DISH’s core attributes of Curiosity, Pride, Adventure and Winning
All majors considered, however popular areas of study Include:
Computer Science ⋅ Computer Engineering ⋅ Software Engineering ⋅ Information Systems ⋅ Information Science ⋅ Information Technology ⋅ Systems Engineering ⋅ Electrical Engineering ⋅ Security and Risk ⋅ MIS ⋅ CIS ⋅ IST⋅ Hardware Engineering ⋅ Mechanical Engineering ⋅ Industrial Engineering ⋅ Informatics
From versatile health perks to new career opportunities, this role provides all the benefits you need to be successful.
Successful completion of a pre-employment screen, to include a drug test and criminal background check.
We pride ourselves on developing and promoting talent as an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer – Veteran/Disability. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, gender, age, religion, disability, veteran status, or any other category protected by law. We are a true merit-based organization and work hard so there are no artificial barriers to one’s potential success. DISH is committed to a workforce where everyone’s opportunities are limitless.
Consistent with this commitment, DISH will endeavor to provide reasonable accommodation to otherwise qualified job applicants and employees with known physical or mental disabilities, unless doing so poses an undue hardship on the Company, poses a direct threat of substantial harm to the employee or others, or is otherwise not required by law.