Assistant Content Producer, BBC Children's Website Team
CBeebies and CBBC are committed to delighting, surprising and inspiring children across the UK. BBC Children’s is a market leader for the 2-12 years age group and is dedicated to delivering high quality, diverse content, that helps extend the ‘learning through play’ philosophy for CBeebies and the ‘laugh yourself smart’ appear for CBBC. BBC Children’s forward-looking approach marries the best of linear programming with highly engaging multi-media interactivity, which means you’ll be working at the cutting edge of the media industry.
BBC Children’s interactive live website team is looking for a flexible, creative and highly motivated Assistant Content Producer to join them. You will have the opportunity to develop a broad set of skills within a team which encourages innovation and is looking to push the boundaries, pioneering more integrated ways of working across different media.
The Ideal Candidate
You will need to bring a fresh approach and new ideas to become a key member of our talented and diverse team. A genuine interest in developing integrated creative content for the parent, child and family audience is required, as well as proven experience in writing creative copy and the ability to work in different tone of voices for different audiences and platforms. You’ll need a proven background in digital content and/or live site maintenance with a sound working knowledge of web platforms, apps, social media content, video production, multimedia production processes and (interactive) software, as well as experience of Photoshop and Content Management Systems in a professional capacity.
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