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30+ days ago

Lead Engineer, Android - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

Disney Interactive San Francisco, CA

Build android applications that work on current and emerging android devices Mentor junior developers Define and execute android development best… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Graphic Designer (PH) - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

Disney Interactive San Francisco, CA

involve a variety of tasks that include, but are not limited to, the creation of graphic artwork and user interface for digital applications and… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Marketing Coordinator - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

Disney Interactive San Francisco, CA

• Support the Marketing Teams asset submission process through approvals with Creative Services, Legal, Production, Public Relations, and external… VelvetJobs.com


17 days ago

Online Video Production Internship, Lucasfilm/DI SF - Spring 2015 - Entertainmen

Disney Interactive San Francisco, CA

• Have a great eye and ear for editing (primarily compiling timelines of specific characters, scenes, sound FX, or sound bytes). • Assist in… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Video Content Writer - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

Disney Interactive San Francisco, CA

The Video Content Writer is responsible for developing content that reflects and serves Lucasfilms larger strategic goals and needs. This role will… VelvetJobs.com


17 days ago

Software Engineer, Backend - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

Disney Interactive San Francisco, CA

• Build and create backend services for a digital wallet and related web and mobile payments products using Python • Develop innovative features… VelvetJobs.com


17 days ago

Digital Content Internship, Lucasfilm/DI - SF - Spring 2015 - Entertainment

Disney Interactive San Francisco, CA

• Schedule social media posts and basic web site updates as directed. • Assist with social media moderation, engagement, sentiment gathering and… VelvetJobs.com


19 days ago

Online Video Production Internship, Lucasfilm/DI SF - Spring

Disney Interactive San Francisco, CA

* Have a great eye and ear for editing (primarily compiling timelines of specific characters, scenes, sound FX, or sound bytes). * Assist in lighting… Glassdoor


19 days ago

Digital Content Internship, Lucasfilm/DI - SF - Spring

Disney Interactive San Francisco, CA

* Schedule social media posts and basic web site updates as directed. * Assist with social media moderation, engagement, sentiment gathering and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Lead Mobile Engineer, Android

Disney Interactive San Francisco, CA

* Build android applications that work on current and emerging android devices * Mentor junior developers * Define and execute android development… Glassdoor


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    Great projects, management is mediocre and lacks vision, long hours, disorganized, and not much opportunity for growth.

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    Current Employee - Lead Artist in Salt Lake City, UT
    Current Employee - Lead Artist in Salt Lake City, UT

    I have been working at Disney Interactive Studios full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Disney itself is a fantastic organization. Some of the projects within interactive are fantastic. There is a fair amount of creative freedom. There are a lot of good people who believe in Disney and what they stand for. It's a grass roots driven organization. Infinite potential of they could get their act together.

    Cons

    Executive and upper management lacks a vision for the division and for individual studios. Much like Disney Animation was when Lasseter and Catmul to over, management for the most part aren't, "Disney," people. They also aren't organized. As a result there is a lot of wasted time and efficiency while they let underlings figure out what the games will be. There is definitely a hard cap on job growth if you're not part of the, "in crowd." There are people who have worked there for ten years with consistently stellar reviews that haven't moved up. They are quick to lay off people but slow to let go of poor managers. Much of the problems probably stem from Disney's upper most executives not understanding games so they consistently hire the wrong people to run the division and studios.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The people under you deserve more respect. They are carrying you.

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