Paramount is looking for passionate developers to join the Streaming Technology Early Career Development Program!
If you are excited by the idea of applying your technical skills to support the Streaming Organization’s mission of entertaining the planet while using an agile approach to drive growth and innovation across our Pluto TV, Paramount+ and Network Streaming platforms, apply below.
Apply Today! Applications are being considered on a rolling basis through July 31st.
Program roles and placements are available across our diverse teams and include: Front and Backend Development, Mobile & Web Dev, DevOps, Video Engineering, Automated Testing and more.
- Create solutions with a team of engineers developing fast, stable, and reliable apps, Web sites, and/or services
- Write well tested, readable code
- Work with technical and non-technical staff to translate business requirements into technical requirements
- Participate in design and code reviews with other developers, giving and taking feedback
- Learn a large existing code base and add new features to it
- BS or MS in Computer Science, or related software engineering experience
- Early in career with 0-1+ years of academic, professional or internship experience working in a coding setting environment
- Fluency in object-oriented programming/design
- A demonstrated passion for software development in the form of personal projects, volunteer work, etc.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
- Team-player with the ability to work effectively and efficiently with others
- Be a self-starter and possess strong sense of self-motivation
- Experience with cloud providers (AWS, GCP, Azure)
- Experience with Github or other version control systems
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