The Walt Disney Company – Summer 2021 Internship Position (Remote)

Automation Developer Intern, Enterprise Tech – Remote Summer 2021

Job Description

­As part of Disney Enterprise Technology, you will position yourself at the center of an exciting, multi-faceted Company. We partner directly with all of the company’s businesses, including ESPN, ABC, Pixar, Marvel, Lucas, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, 21st Century Fox, National Geographic, Searchlight, and Disney Consumer Products.

You work side-by-side with industry leaders in your field of study. Imagine building upon the skills you’ve learned in the classroom through real-world hands-on work experience. When your extraordinary talents, our renowned legacy, and the promise of an even brighter future unite, just imagine the stories you could be part of!

Responsibilities

In this internship, you will design, develop, implement, and test technical solutions based on business requirements; and document technical design specifications and test scripts. Working with WorkFusion, you will support business units across the enterprise. We need your problem-solving skills to efficiently identify and resolve issues that arise during the design, testing, and maintenance processes.

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