Catalog Modeling Architect

Catalog Modeling Architect


DISH is transforming the future of connectivity. We’re doing it by building the country’s first virtualized, standalone 5G wireless network from scratch. The foundation of a connected world, it’s a network free of the limitations of the past, and flexible enough to satisfy all the social, economic, and transformative needs of the changing world.


As a Catalog Modeling Architect at DISH, you must excel at being decisive, have a holistic mindset of the entire DISH ecosystem, and ultimately understand how all data flows throughout the catalog-driven solution. You will be part of a delivery team that enables the organization to quickly and efficiently bring new products and services to the market.


Responsibilities will vary, but ultimately include:


  • Holistic alignment of catalog-driven solution
  • Determine how data should be generated, treated, and passed across the ecosystem with a customer-centric focus
  • Provide input on effective model changes and their downstream effects on enterprise ecosystems
  • Overall insight into Catalog, CPQ, and Order Management co-dependencies
  • Input into the design and implementation of the entire stack, including outside of catalog, CPQ, and Order Management
  • Provide guidance, implement, and create standards on how best to model DISH products
  • Works with configurators to provide best practices on product hierarchies, templates, and rule definitions
  • Provide guidelines on how to build effective, comprehensive models that are scalable and extensible
  • Troubleshooting assistance with Catalog related issues
  • Provide on-the-job training in Catalog and Catalog Services
  • Liaison between requests for new functionality and implementation team
  • Consider the organization impact of decisions made regarding data modeling




  • 5+ years of implementation experience in data modeling
  • Telecommunications technology experience such as NFV, ONAP, IoT, 5G, SDN
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Functional knowledge of eTOM and Frameworx modeling standards
  • Working knowledge of solution architecture principles