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DISH Network is an American television and entertainment provider established in 1980. Serving more than 12 million households and business customers, it is one of the largest paid TV providers in the U.S. They offer on-demand videos, sports channels, regional and global channels, as well as internet streaming. At the moment, their team consists of 16,000 employees working in different fields of work in both full-time and part-time positions. If you want to become a part of the DISH team, apply for an open position and start your DISH career.


DISH offers excellent benefits to its employees including:

  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Supplemental Life Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • 401(k) Plan
  • Stock Options
  • Performance Bonus
  • Maternity & Paternity Leave
  • Vacation & Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Sick Days
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Family Medical Leave
  • Employee Discount
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Company Social Events
  • Mobile Phone Discount
  • Job Training
  • Tuition Assistance

We currently have 44 open positions across 28 locations spread over 50 states.


Englewood, Colorado, U.S.




More than $10B


Media, News and Publishing


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Frequently asked questions about DISH

How much do you make working for Dish?

Salaries at Dish vary depending on the job. For example, the average hourly pay for a Customer Service Representative is $13, $ 14 for an Inventory Specialist, $15 for an Installation Technician, while a Field Service Technician makes an average of $16 an hour.

How much do Dish Network sales reps make?

The average yearly salary for an Inside Sales Representative at Dish is $26,091, while a Territory Sales Representative makes an average of $58,686 a year.

Do Dish employees get free service?

Yes, Dish employees are eligible for free service. That includes a Dish TV package with 250 channels and premiums.

Does Dish Network Pay weekly or biweekly?

Dish employees are paid on a biweekly basis (every two weeks).

Does Dish Network do drug tests?

Dish Network will drug test applicants in the hiring process. After that, there is a chance to get tested under reasonable suspicion of drug use and if a workplace accident occurs.

How long is the Dish hiring process?

According to Dish employees, the hiring process typically takes about one month. The interview process usually includes one phone interview and at least one on-site interview.

How to apply for a job at Dish?

To apply for a job at Dish, check out a job of interest. Once you’ve found one, press the “Apply Now” button next to open positions or click the “See more jobs” button to see similar positions near you. You can search by location, market type, work type, or keyword. After that, just follow further instructions.

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DISH awards and recognitions

Some of the company awards and recognitions include: 



  • Global 2000, Forbes Magazine


  • Training Top 125, Training Magazine
  • Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards: Gold, Silver, and Bronze, Brandon Hall Group
  • Fortune 250, Fortune Magazine


  • Ranked #1 in Customer Satisfaction, J.D. Power and Associates

DISH cares

We Focus on Improving Our People, Our Communities, and Our Planet. DISH Cares is dedicated to the communities where we live and work. We leverage our technology and talented workforce to make a positive impact in the communities where we live and work.

DISH reviews



Rating - Job Title



Senior Account Executive

Denver, CO - January 23, 2020

Good company to work for!

Upbeat environment, great technology, great people. Sales department allows flexibility of schedule and accomodates changes where necessary. Sales targets are a challenge to achieve.


Sales Associate

Thornton, CO - March 5, 2020

Big talk, no game

When you go through training, they promise you the moon and stars. They flaunt all the money you will be making, they bring in dozens of people to give testimony of this fact. Once out of training, you quickly realize that the higher ups at dish love to over-promise and under-deliver. With their ever changing commission structure, steady money is difficult to earn. Do not recommend.


Advanced Technical Support Agent

Remote - March 4, 2020

They are always trying to advance and be better

Curiosity, Adventure are just 2 of the main focuses at Dish. The job is not hard. Yes, there are metrics, they are everywhere! They change as needed. If you want to succeed here you will. The only thing I do not like is that it is HIGHLY probable that you will be scheduled to work both weekend days at some point for the 3 months that each schedule lasts. They are also working on fixing this w/Flex scheduling. The hardest part of this job is working through changes that don't seem to work until they are fixed, changed or dropped. It is a remote team - I think it used to be better when we had more consistent teammates but the remote atmosphere isn't bad.


DNS Technician

Houston, TX - March 4, 2020

very productive at work and helpful

great company to work for very hands on training facilities that are very intriguing and intellectual that gives you all the characteristics that allow you to perform in the field



San Jose, CA - March 4, 2020

Great place to work

Awesome job and I would still work there but The high laters were too much of a phobia for me. The culture was great all my managers and co-works were a pleasure to work with.


Customer Service/Retention

Harlingen, TX - March 3, 2020

decent work place

overall great job with decent compensation for what you do. would definitely return if given the opportunity to do so. definitely recommend if you are interested in customer service


Inventory Control Specialist

Arlington, TX - March 3, 2020


I wouldn't work for them ever again. A lot of pressure for a small pay check. technician destroy the vans I was In charge of keeping clean and organized. one good thing is you do get free tv but really isn't worth it.


Shrink wrapper

Denver, CO - March 2, 2020

Pretty good work environment

Regular warehouse work. Gets a little dizzy shrink wrapping so many pallets. I got placed there by PRIMESOURCE staffing. Weekly pay. Decent hours. 13+/hr


Customer Service Representative (CSR)

Hilliard, OH - March 2, 2020

Good work environment

Work day is full of calls that are back to back, once you get out of training. You first be a CSR Representative, then you will go into tech training to troubleshoot with customers over the phone. Good pay, high call volume.


Customer Service Representative

Bluefield, WV - February 29, 2020

Productive and fun place to work

DIsh has really good benefits, and job opportunities. They have a fun environment, and really help to work with you on achieving your goals. Great pay.


Field Technician/Specialist

Madison, WI - February 29, 2020

Fun place and great money

Enjoyed my time at this definitely recommend it's a fun experience working there although the company I worked through known as WeConnect had something against me not sure if it's because of my immigration status etc they just wouldn't rehire me



Summerville, SC - February 29, 2020

Loved everyone I worked with on daily basis in office

I enjoyed the four day work week and friendships I made here. Some of the homes that we would go to are terrifying but for the most part the customers were friendly and excited to see you arrive. I very much enjoyed this job until the metrics required to get bonuses got to be outrageous and they started forcing us to meet sales goals to justify our jobs as technicians. Force selling in the field when you have a busy route of actual work to be done was ridiculous. I had a great FSM (manager) who made everything a lot more enjoyable there.


Account Resolution Specialist III

Englewood, CO - February 27, 2020

tense, anxious workplace with often unrealistic metric expectations

There are some exceptions but generally speaking Dish talks the talk about employee support and a happy work environment but as a company does not walk the walk. Dish (call center management) is often very quick to terminate employees without following federal guidelines. Example: employees can easily skip all lower level disciplinary steps and be moved immediately to final written notice with no retraining or followup discussions. Supervisors can be hard to find for assistance. As stated above there are some exceptions but those few supervisors are so busy assisting other teams agents that it is nearly impossible sometimes to get the help employees need from their own supervisor.


Business Operations Analyst II

Englewood, CO - February 26, 2020

Great employee culture, but...

Employees are taken care of. On site cafeteria, resource groups, and company picnics. That said, there are countless meetings that could be handled with emails and micro-management is rampant throughout.



Amarillo, TX - February 26, 2020

High Morale and fun environment

The work environment was fun and relaxed while striving to do our best. There was some arguing but it was always worked out in the end. I enjoyed working in teams the best.


Senior Account Executive

Denver, CO - January 23, 2020

Good company to work for!

Upbeat environment, great technology, great people. Sales department allows flexibility of schedule and accomodates changes where necessary. Sales targets are a challenge to achieve.


Technical Support

Hilliard, OH - February 26, 2020


Everyone was really nice and thoughtful as soon as I started working there. There are plenty of opportunities for advancement and management roles. Working there was really wonderful.


Staff Systems Administrator

Englewood, CO - February 25, 2020

Fast-paced and intense work environment. Co-workers are amazing.

A large corporation with the culture of a mom & pop shop with rapidly adjusting corporate priorities. This leads to a tremendous amount of opportunity to learn new things and take on new responsibilities. The corporate culture is challenging, but the people I worked with were wonderful people and willing to help each other.


Dish Network Technician

Amarillo, TX - February 25, 2020

Great place to work lots of benefits and work is remote

Great place to work little money but has awesome Benefits with a flexivle work schedule there are a lot of perks and incentives with a low stress work invironment


Dish Network Account Manager

Tulsa, OK - February 24, 2020

Productive work place

Great place to work, great environment flexible work schedule and awesome pay, the job had no difficulties that we're not able to be overcome. Thanks.


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