Internship Opportunity at Comcast for ISOM Majors

Comcast Internship Program – Junior Analyst

This opportunity is suitable for an undergraduate student ($12-18/hour)

General Overview of Position:

  • Work with the BIS Release and Configuration team to ensure quality deliverables

Specific Position Responsibilities & Duties:

  • Responsible for tracking requirements and code changes at certain stages in the BIS SDLC, from Intake to SOAK
  • Assist with Delivery and Change Management metrics generation
  • Assist with tasks related to infrastuctural project planning for ESP and OM platforms
  • Assist with research and information aggregation for SLT impact analysis reports
  • Generating artifact deployment reports from Config Manifest UI
  • Responsible for updating ESP environment endpoints
  • Excellent communication and writing skills
  • Ability to strive in a fast paced environment and work independently

Qualifications/Skills Required

  • Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, MS Project and Visio
  • C++, Java or other programming languages
  • SQL exposure
  • Wiki page development
  • Exposure to scripting
  • Exposure to Java application server
  • Can do attitude

Majors Preferred:  ISOM, BS Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering
Minimum GPA: 2.5
Name & Title of Responsible Supervisor:  Rita Pinkard
Anticipated Start Date:   5/1
Duration of Assignment:  5/1 – 8/30
Hours per week: 40
Location: Herndon, VA

Contacts:   Vu Trieu: or Rita Pinkard:

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Mary Byerley works for the School of Management in the Office of Academic and Career Services. She has been with George Mason University for 15 years.

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