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30+ days ago

Senior Analyst, IT Risk and Compliance

SiriusXM Washington Harbor, WA

The Senior Information Risk and Compliance Analyst is responsible for supporting the Information Security and Compliance Department on all… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Senior Analyst, IT Risk and Compliance

Sirius XM Radio Washington, DC

The Senior Information Risk and Compliance Analyst is responsible for supporting the Information Security and Compliance Department on all… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Process Analyst, Fraud

Sirius XM Radio Inc. New York, NY

• Partner with internal teams (IT, Compliance/Security, Customer Care, Financial Operations, Revenue Assurance) to provide Fraud requirements on… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Manager, Digital Analytics

SIRIUS XM CANADA INC. Toronto

The Manager, Digital Analytics, is responsible for managing web analytics and reporting for digital marketing projects. Accountabilities may include… Glassdoor


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    Music Programming Internship

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    Pros

    Great name to have on your resume. 90% of the time as an intern, you will be treated like an employee and not asked to do menial tasks like fetching coffee. As a programming intern, you will learn their editing systems, how to create show logs and assistant produce a show. Celebrity sightings are an every day luxury.

    Cons

    UNPAID. It is also extremely difficult to get a part time job w the company after your internship. The hours I worked were scattered because of my class schedule, so I often worked late hours, including weekends. When I wasn't in the studio, I was mostly working alone and had little interaction with other interns. I often felt very unappreciated by the team I was associated with. I was complimented by people working on other channels for my diligent work ethic and was poached by one channel to intern with them the following semester, but it was frustrating that my own boss failed to notice my hard work.
    Everyone seemed anxious and frazzled daily. The vibe I generally got from the paid employees was, that they were overworked and underpaid - which was a huge red flag.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay your interns or at least offer a travel stipend. $26+/day for the train/bus adds up after 4 months!

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