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Internship - Legal Regulatory

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O3b Networks Washington , DC 20319

Posted 4 months ago

Where others see barriers, we see opportunities.

Do you enjoy supporting customers realizing breakthrough value? Do you stay attuned to your customers' needs and visions? Do you like to work openly and supportively together with your colleagues and customers? Our work involves many different minds and skills, it can't be done alone.

It's a great time being SES.

SES is the world-leading satellite operator providing end-to-end communication solutions. SES leads across new technologies in video, enterprise, mobility and government

We are a team of people coming from all across the globe who work together to make a real difference in the world.

  • We help to bridge the digital divide by connecting millions of people on the African continent.

  • We make it possible for people to stay connected while flying 10km up on a commercial airplane. We provide extensive satellite coverage of all of the world's seas and ocean regions via our dedicated mobility beams

  • We distribute 7,400 channels to more than 1 billion people in 317 million homes.

  • We work together with our partners to develop new standards that transform how people consume and enjoy entertainment.


  • Legal Regulatory

USA - Washington DC

SES seeks a paid intern ($18.00/hr) to work in its Regulatory group for the fall

  • Mid August to end December 2018

You should have:

  • at least two years of relevant post-graduate education
  • strong oral and written advocacy skills
  • relevant class or work experience
  • demonstrated industry interest is a plus

The internship will offer :

valuable experience in the complex international law and regulatory requirements of a global broadband satellite communications company (see for more information).

The internship will include opportunities to develop a range of legal research and writing skills as well as the chance to provide input and creative ideas on regulatory and policy matters.

Assignments will include:

research and comparison of international communications laws and regulations in multiple countries related to matters such as spectrum sharing; universal service; smallsats and non-geostationary satellite regulations; frequency allocations and use; Internet regulation and law; and communications law rulemakings.

  • This internship will be located in downtown Washington, DC, USA.

  • Time period is roughly Mid

  • August-Dec, and full-time (40 hours) is preferable, but there is flexibility and other hours can be discussed.

We offer you

  • A diverse workplace. For SES, diversity is more than a question of gender or race; we welcome different minds and different skills.

  • An exciting internship opportunity in a fast moving and fascinating industry. Our technology is launching into space on the next generation of rockets.

  • Opportunities to further grow and develop in a global and growing company; we believe life-long learning is key to bring the best of SES worldwide.

SES is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Internship - Legal Regulatory

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O3b Networks