Intern Consumer Entertainment Technology

Join the leader in entertainment innovation and help us design the future. At Dolby, science meets art, and high tech means more than computer code. As a member of the Dolby team, you’ll see and hear the results of your work everywhere, from movie theaters to smartphones. We continue to revolutionize how people create, deliver, and enjoy entertainment worldwide. To do that, we need the absolute best talent. We’re big enough to give you all the resources you need, and small enough so you can make a real difference and earn recognition for your work. We offer a collegial culture, challenging projects, and excellent compensation and benefits.

Would you like to be part of the exciting future of entertainment and add your talents to those of an amazing team?

Get your first commercial experience developing cutting-edge technologies at Dolby!


  • You will become familiar with Dolby technologies in consumer entertainment devices.
  • You will contribute to improving quality of software that enables next generation of Dolby technologies at home.

Learn a great deal and have some fun!


  • Create and maintain QA environment as well as write and execute test.
  • Create and adapt existing test automation scripts.
  • Analyze test results to ensure that the product functions per requirements.
  • Report issues through a formal bug tracking system and work with the engineering team to help isolate, debug, and resolve issues/bugs.
  • Setup, configure, and maintain audio and software test labs and test environments.
  • Stay abreast of industry SQA tools and best practices.

Qualifications and personal skills:

  • Studies in acoustics, sound engineering, maths, physics, electrical engineering or computer science.
  • Good English spoken and written communication skills.
  • Interest in audio field.
  • Programming knowledge would be a plus.

Please, add the following clause:

“I hereby authorize Dolby to process my personal data included in my job application for the needs of the recruitment process (in accordance with the Personnel Protection Act 29.08.1997 no 133 position 883)”.


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