Mission: Comcast is working to shape the future of media and technology. We strive to create the best content and constantly pursue innovation to delight our customers.
Congratulations to our tech team for winning an Emmy Award for the technology behind our X1 voice remote experience. This is the 3rd Emmy win for our ongoing work with X1.—30+ days ago
For the fourth consecutive year, Comcast NBCUniversal has been named to The Civic 50 as one of the most community-minded companies in the nation.—30+ days ago
At Comcast, your career options are endless. We recognize that our employees are vital to our success and we're constantly on the lookout for dynamic individuals who can bring a unique style to our group. If you share in our passion for teamwork, our vision to revolutionize industries and our goal to lead the future in media and technology, we want you to fast-forward your career at Comcast.
At Comcast, you'll work alongside best-in-class innovators in a fast-paced and rewarding environment - but that's not all. Full-time employees are eligible for a number of benefits and special perks, including:
A STRONG BENEFITS PACKAGE
Medical, Dental and Vision benefits are available to you and your family on the 91st day of employment. Comcast also offers contacts to help you and your family make informed health care decisions and connect with health management programs including Doctor on Demand, Second Opinion, and Centers of Excellence.
Programs like Doctor on Demand, Second Opinion, and Centers of Excellence help you find medical care quickly.
THE CHANCE TO JUMPSTART YOUR SAVINGS
Our 401(k) program offers a generous company match. We also have discounted stock purchase opportunities for employees throughout the year. Comcast also offers complementary personal finance counseling from professionals – from budgeting to long-term planning.
BENEFITS TO SUPPORT LIFE MILESTONES
Maternity management, adoption assistance, child and elder care resources, help buying a car/home, going back to school, fitting wellness into your lifestyle.
FREE CABLE - UNLIMITED ENTERTAINMENT
Comcast employees in serviceable areas enjoy free XFINITY TV and Internet services, as well as deeply discounted Voice and Home options – an annual savings of about $3,000.
DISCOUNTED TICKETS & EVERYDAY SAVINGS
Employees enjoy discounted tickets to the Universal Orlando and Hollywood theme parks, as well as 20% off Fandango gift cards. We also offer Comcast employees the opportunity to get discounts and cash back on nearly 800 products and services.
Comcast recognizes the importance of individual growth in our employees and is dedicated to helping you reach your personal and professional goals. We dedicate significant resources – including tuition assistance for approved undergraduate and graduate courses – to help provide our employees with the tools they need to thrive.
As part of our partnership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's "Hiring Our Heroes" initiative, we've committed to hiring 10,000 veterans, reservists, and spouses or domestic partners of active military across all levels of our organization by 2017. Are you ready to join our mission?
Diversity and inclusion is recognized, celebrated, and supported at Comcast. We believe that an inclusive culture both engages and empowers employees. Today, the Comcast family is stronger than ever thanks in no small part to the rich diversity of talent and perspectives brought to the organization.
Comcast proudly supports several Employee Resource Groups, which empower employees and support an inclusive company culture. The groups include:
I have been working at Comcast full-time (More than 3 years)
Working at Comcast has given me the opportunity to develop myself; take the time to grow and learn, and that was really important to me during the time in my life when I joined the company. If you have the drive and ambition, there are a ton of ways in which you can grow into a leader if that's what you want to be. I took advantage of the continued education benefit and am finishing my masters degree now... I also joined a couple of the employee resource groups which offer seminars and networking events that support your professional profile. Listen, I'm not a total nerd. The point of my post is that this isn't a company you join and just stay stale within. They encourage your growth, but it's up to you to make it happen. Not only this - it's pretty exciting. We're busy and we have big jobs to do. My salary is in the top percentile for my industry but not only this, I again get the continued education (which is ~$6K/year) plus free cable/internet, top health care benefits and a truly balanced lifestyle - which is rarely the case within the Tech industry.
Telling people you work at Comcast triggers 2 typical responses: 1) A big hatred rant on customer service 2) A how do I get my foot in the door?
The reputation of the company is difficult, but the style of the company is to stay humble - I've never seen the company defend themselves against the harmful and discrediting news that exists. I personally think they should defend themselves a little more - they are between a rock and a hard place in many instances of service. I personally experienced visiting someone's home where the issues they were having with their connection was due to a tree root growing into the cable lines which had been their for over 20 years. Things like that cannot be diagnosed over a phone call. It's hard work in the field for sure. Being a part of the corporate side sometimes we're too disconnected from what's happening on the frontline. So I think the size of the organization comes with its complications, but again if you're a working professional looking for an exciting, robust and sexy career, you can comfortably have it here.
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Comcast (Radnor, PA).
I applied through LinkedIn and got a call from an internal recruiter, who was very pleasant and enthusiastic. I passed the initial phone screen and was invited to do an in-depth phone interview with a peer. I spent about an hour on the phone at this stage, answering technical questions and learning about the role. I was subsequently invited to the next stage. I was asked to do a data science project using a dataset they would supply. In retrospect, I should have refused. I spent several hours building a predictive model and putting a PowerPoint deck together, which I presented to the same person who interviewed me. It started to become clear at this point that the person interviewing me didn’t know as much about the technical content as I did; I felt like I was providing free consulting. I was then invited to an on-site interview. The interview lasted about half a day and included around 10 people. One person on the schedule never showed. In general, I found the interviewers arrogant and not very sophisticated. One person had me go through some old-school thought experiments. In the first, he asked me why there are more escalators going up than down in a typical train station. I answered that one correctly, so he then asked me to estimate the number of light bulbs in Philadelphia. He didn’t like my answer on this one and made me guess about how he preferred to answer the question. With other interviewers I got a lot of questions on the predictive modeling process, ranging from data cleaning and feature engineering to favorite algorithms, preventing model overfit, and managing very large feature sets. My sense was that I knew more and had vastly more practical experience in these areas than anyone interviewing me. Nevertheless, I thought o did a good job of being patient and personable and engaging with the process in a constructive way. I never heard back. It has been a complete waste of time all around. Never again.