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Content Producer, Children's Stay Safe

Please Note: The application deadline for this job has now passed.

Job Introduction

BBC Children's is committed to offering the best cross-platform and on-demand service for UK children, providing a trusted environment which is enriching, enabling and relevant to under 16s.  

 

Our content seeks to entertain, inform and empower children, adding real value to their lives.

 

Working within BBC Children’s, Stay Safe aims to be a child-focused multi-platform brand that positively engages young people – primarily 9-12s – with issues around competency, confidence, and resilience in the digital space.

 

For stage 2 of this important project, we are about to re-launch with a new name, a new website, and new branding.  We’ll have a much greater focus on creating bespoke content, and building strong partnerships with well-known, well-loved CBBC brands to help deliver our message. 

 

It is important work, and there is a lot to do.  So we need self-starting, digitally-minded, motivated people to join our team.  

 

Top candidates will have brilliant ideas about how to drive our target audience to engaging, authentic multi-platform content.  They will also have a track record of delivering content across a range of genres.

 

You’ll live and breathe all things digital, and have an understanding of GIFs, memes, short form video and online digital formats. You’ll actively use and understand platforms such as YouTube, Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook and will have an interest in consuming content on these platforms, as well as a track record of making it yourself.

Technical knowledge and experience of digital publishing will also form part of the role.

You’ll have some experience with self-shooting and self-editing skills and/or be great at putting together visual packages using Photoshop or After Effects, similar to the kinds of content you might see on Snapchat Discover or PopJam. You’ll also have an understanding of the BBC Children’s audience, a passion for developing new and innovative content, and the ability to translate that passion into your day-to-day work. 

The production team for this strand will be based in Glasgow, however there will be travel to Salford and other areas depending on filming schedules/workload.

Role Responsibility

To help create, develop and pitch ideas for this important project

To deliver fun, creative content, and tools for our audience in collaboration with BBC brands and Partners.

Be part of the editorial team along with all digital products and strands both on the BBC, on social media channels and potentially partnership platforms.

To help produce distinctive content on a variety of platforms using a range of specialist production skills;

To ensure content reflects our diverse audiences;

To manage the budgets and resources within the agreed parameters.

To work within BBC compliance policies, including Editorial guidelines, referring on matters of potential controversy.

To be accountable for working within the BBC Legal and Health & Safety policies and guidelines.

The Ideal Candidate

Be tuned to developments in the media and specifically digital media sector

Ability to self shoot desirable but not essential.

Have a strong focus on child behaviour and developing trends in the digital space and to use tools to analyse content and platforms and communicate trends and themes effectively.

Keen understanding of child safety and child protection issues

Thorough knowledge of all BBC and industry legal, contractual agreements, guidelines and regulations as they apply to programme making, broadcasting and digital media.

Use new and innovative tools to analyse content and platforms and communicate trends and themes effectively.

Knowledge and experience of working in digital media and social media, and how to exploit new and future technology.

Guarantee the highest levels of safety are adhered to across the project, protecting young users from inappropriate content.

Demonstrable understanding of digital literacy, current child digital behaviours, social media,

Keen understanding of child safety and child protection issues

Creative flair and understanding of children’s media to be able to successfully translate the Stay Safe themes into compelling content

Package Description

Role: Content Producer, Children's - Stay Safe

Grade: 7D

Base: Pacific Quay, Glasgow 

Dates: asap - 31st March 2018

For more information on the role, contact dave.howard2@bbc.co.uk

 

 

 

About the Company

We don’t focus simply on what we do – we also care how we do it. Our values and the way we behave are important to us. Please make sure you’ve read about our values and behaviours in the document attached below. You’ll be asked questions relating to them as part of your application for this role.

The BBC is committed to building a culturally diverse workforce and therefore strongly encourages applications from underrepresented groups.  We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from individuals, regardless of their background.

The BBC is currently implementing a Career Path Framework which will result in employees being aligned to generic job titles and job descriptions. Consequently, successful applicants may be realigned to a slightly different job title shortly after joining the BBC. 

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