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6 days ago

Director of Network Operations

The Walt Disney Company Orlando, FL

Disney Technology Solutions & Services (DTSS) is responsible for technology strategy and management, central engineering, architecture, IT and… TheLadders.com


27 days ago

Principal Software Engineer ( Java / .Net )

The Walt Disney Company Burbank, CA

The Walt Disney Company is the world-class entertainment and technological leader. “It takes people to make the dream a reality.” Walt was on to… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Director, Program & Project Management - Entertainment and Media Industry Opport

The Walt Disney Company Glendale, CA

It takes people to make the dream a reality. Walt was on to something when he said that, and it continues to ring true today. No matter the stage in… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Manager, Compliance Programs - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

The Walt Disney Company Glendale, CA

Disney Technology Solutions & Services (DTSS) is responsible for technology strategy and management, central engineering, architecture, IT and… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Course Consultant - Shenzhen - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

The Walt Disney Company Shenzhen

DISNEY ENGLISH No one speaks the language of children better than Disney, and nothing captures their imaginations more than a great story. Disney… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Learning Partner - Hangzhou - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

The Walt Disney Company Hangzhou

DISNEY ENGLISH No one speaks the language of children better than Disney, and nothing captures their imaginations more than a great story. Disney… VelvetJobs.com


28 days ago

Manager, Product Management - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

The Walt Disney Company Shanghai

* Manages and directs the digital strategic direction for WDPROs work at Hong Kong Disneyland and Shanghai Disney Resort for our travel trade… VelvetJobs.com


28 days ago

Internships: Marketing and Digital Marketing, The Walt Disney Company - Entertai

The Walt Disney Company Hammersmith, England

Disney's corporate team supports creative, technology and business priorities across the entire company in the UK & Ireland. With a portfolio that… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Non linear Systems Engineer - 6 Month Fixed-Term contract - Entertainment and Me

The Walt Disney Company Chiswick Park, London, GB

• Provide system administration of non-linear distribution systems, including the on boarding of new clients. • Develop/ code/ script solutions to… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Counsel - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

The Walt Disney Company Burbank, CA

Draft, negotiate and close licensing deals for Company content, including first-run series, off-network series, motion pictures and first-run… VelvetJobs.com


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    Outstanding culture and world-class brands, but lack of growth opportunities.

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    I worked at Walt Disney Company as an intern (more than an year)

    Pros

    A worldwide entertainment phenomenon, Disney is one of the best possible employer names to associate with your career for future employment. The portfolio of brands is second to none, and Disney has a proven track record of creating magical consumer experiences. The culture is very fun and energetic, and the people are as cheerful and fantastic as you would imagine. Pre-screenings, toy sales, and other perks abound as it is quite a glamorous employer.

    Cons

    The compensation as an intern was quite poor, as they know they don't need to pay fair wages to attract top talent. Also, the opportunities for career growth in the Canadian office were almost non-existent as it was already a lean structure.

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    Find more opportunities to retain new talent with a rotational graduate program or more structured employee evaluations at the end of internships.

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