NBCUniversal Operations and Technical Services Internship Program Job Description
It’s 11:29 on Saturday night. Lorne Michaels, Executive Producer of Saturday Night Live, stands in front of the Studio 8H stage in Rockefeller Center… Actor Fred Armisen approaches, shakes Lorne’s hand, and takes his place on stage. “5… 4… “. In full make-up as President Barack Obama, the SNL veteran breathes deeply as the stage manager completes the final countdown to air, “3…2…1…” In between the stage manager shouting “one” and Fred appearing on screen, something incredible happens: a signal is seamlessly transmitted from midtown New York City to millions of television sets across the globe – NBCUniversal’s Operations and Technical Services (O&TS) team helps make it happen.
The industry’s best-in-class technology and operations center, O&TS, supports NBCUniversal’s portfolio of broadcast, cable, and film businesses. O&TS includes domestic television production operations, Universal Studio operations, global technical operations, information technology, and media products & advanced technologies.
The NBCUniversal Operations & Technical Services Internship Program is a ten-week paid summer program where students see firsthand how one of the largest media and entertainment companies in the world operates.
As an intern with NBCUniversal O&TS, you will:
- Begin your internship with a 3-day immersion class that introduces you to O&TS.
- Be placed on an assignment (based on your skillset and interest), which provides you with hands-on experience.
- Lead a challenging real-world project from start to finish, allowing you to apply your classroom knowledge to practical situations.
- Create and deliver a presentation to senior management.
- Be paired with a leader in the organization as your mentor: coaching and guiding you in your professional learning and development.
- Gain the skills and network to have an advantage during the application process to entry-level positions within the O&TS organization after graduation.
Join NBCUniversal where we don’t predict the future. WE CREATE IT!
To find out more and apply online, please visit http://www.nbcunicareers.com/internships