The Dish on DISH.
Pride: We possess the integrity to set high goals and the commitment to achieve the results. We believe pride is a personal commitment, to do your best in everything you do.Our Core Values.
Adventure: We dare to follow the uncharted course, we make mistakes and we learn from them. We are willing to take risks and have the confidence to overcome obstacles along the way. Our goal is clear even if the path isn't.
Winning: There is no substitute for winning. We possess the discipline and the competitive spirit to make winning a reality.
What We Look For.
High Energy: The energy in our culture is contagious. We have an internal drive that allows us to persevere despite the odds. We ask questions and work hard because we are committed to our goals.
Intelligence: Our business is complex and to compete we need smart people who can learn and adapt quickly. We are looking for employees who can solve complex problems with simple solutions.
Need for Achievement: DISH values employees with aspirations of growth and advancement. If you like to be challenged your ambition will be at home here.
Work for one of the most innovative companies in the entertainment indusry and have fun while you're at it.
Join our team at our Denver headquarters to help support our employees and customers throughout the country.
Be the face of DISH by joining the team that is responsible for Installation, Routing, Training, and much more.
Directly impact our business by being a part of our award-winning Customer Service organization.
DISH's Sales organization touches many aspects of the business from the consumer, to our strategic partnerships and collaboration with internal stakeholders.This dynamic team presents opportunities in sales, training, operations, marketing, business development, and consumer interaction.
Through opportunities in Engineering, Operations, and Production, you can help bring old equipment back to life and reduce DISH's carbon footprint.
DISH's culture of Pride, Adventure and Winning perfectly complements the military spirit. See what your training can help you achieve!
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I worked at DISH full-time (more than 8 years)Pros
Good Company to work, I would guess depending on what your position. Great co-workers. Like most jobs, you get out of the job, what you put in, decent salary..bonuses for top performance.Cons
For me, there were no cons, I put my heart into Dish for over 8 years and was Laid Off, said they were restructuring. Lead my team in Sales and most metrics for almost 2 years and they told me, it was my past performance before that. Really 3 years ago..I just didn't understand where that came from...Since Dish recently restructured upper management" they got rid of the GM positions across the board, so in my particular office the GM was offered the Operations Manager position and the Operations Manager was offered the Field Service position, which they both accepted...so manager ended up being bump down to a Field Service Manager almost 2 months before I was laid off , so I should have seen the writing on the wall.. I wasn't even going to post this review but glasdoor wouldn't let me continue to look at other job posting reviews, till I did.Advice to ManagementAdvice
I think Dish is really headed in the right direction, I just wish upper management would have offered me a position, even if it were a notch below, what I was doing...instead of just throwing me out, after 8 plus years of service...God BlessRecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online – interviewed at DISH.Interview Details
Phone interview by recruiter. Then met with potential Manager, Director, and VP and completed about an hour of assessments.
The whole process was about a week and a half. First contact by recruiter on Wednesday, request for interview Friday, interviewed Tuesday, and received the LAUGHABLE offer on Friday.
I absolutely declined the offer.
Initially, I gave my required salary to the recruiter, who didn't seem shocked and also mentioned that "managers have great leverage in salaries." Once I reviewed the terrible benefits and HR policies, I pretty much knew that it would take an amazing salary offer to even CONSIDER taking this job.
Somehow, the recruiter offered me 10% less than the minimum I stated BEFORE I knew how horrible their benefits were, and she seemed offended and shocked (I think she gasped...) when I informed her how I felt about the benefits, and that poor benefits and that salary were simply unacceptable.
She stated that management were aware this was less than my prior job (laugh) which was in a lower cost of living area (laugh laugh) and tried to defend their position.
Curiously, both the manager and director I interviewed with acknowledged how poor the benefits were and seemed to intimate that DISH takes advantage of its "healthy, young workforce" and assumes health insurance and retirement aren't very important to them.Interview Questions
Declined OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
- It was surprisingly very open ended. They seemed to be very curious about what I knew about DISH - its products, acquisitions, holdings, etc. Definitely worth researching if (for some unknown reason) you actually want to pursue a position here. We discussed net neutrality and other upcoming obstacles for the company. Answer Question
DISH Network wants to recreate the landscape of information and entertainment to become the sole provider of voice, video and data.
We possess the integrity to set high goals and the commitment to achieve the results. We believe pride is a personal commitment, to do your best in everything you do.
We explore the uncharted course, we make mistakes and we learn from them. We are willing to take risks and have the confidence to overcome obstacles along the way. Our goal is clear even if the path isn't.
There is no substitute for winning. We possess the discipline and...