DISH is a Fortune 200 company with more than $15 billion in annual revenue that continues to redefine the communications industry. Our legacy is innovation and a willingness to challenge the status quo, including reinventing ourselves. We disrupted the pay-TV industry in the mid-90s with the launch of the DISH satellite TV service, taking on some of the largest U.S. corporations in the process, and grew to be the fourth-largest pay-TV provider. We are doing it again with the first live, internet-delivered TV service – Sling TV – that bucks traditional pay-TV norms and gives consumers a truly new way to access and watch television.
Now we have our sights set on upending the wireless industry and unseating the entrenched incumbent carriers.
We are driven by curiosity, pride, adventure, and a desire to win – it’s in our DNA. We’re looking for people with boundless energy, intelligence, and an overwhelming need to achieve to join our team as we embark on the next chapter of our story.
Opportunity is here. We are DISH.
Dish Technologies Company, DTC, is seeking a Compression Engineer for our Cheyenne, WY, broadcast center to design, implement and maintain all video and audio compression systems needed to support customers. Compression engineers work across multiple departments to resolve concerns with audio and video quality, signal handling, encryption, specialized hardware and transmission. With the constant evolution of technology, the pace is quick and the scope of work is ever evolving, though the foundation skills of video compression, networking, troubleshooting, and virtualization remain. The Compression team is a great fit for job seekers who embrace new and specialized technologies, thrive on the improvement and sharing of knowledge, and seek out unique challenges. Working in Compression demands a tenacious, detail oriented person who is ready to work shifts in an engineering environment.
Primary responsibilities fall into the following categories:
The successful Engineer I - Compression will have the following: