BBC Research & Development is offering you the chance to build the next generation of broadcasting tools. Our platform (IP Studio) provides a flexible backend for capturing, storing and processing broadcast content. However, it is nothing without great front-end tools for both production and engineering teams.
You can read lots more background about our work on our blog
We are building a new team of software engineers specifically focused on creating high quality front-end applications for our IP Studio platform.
Day-to-day, you’ll need to make sure the code you write is high quality, has good test coverage and is easily deployable.
The Ideal Candidate
We’re interested in your experience of:
- Working with agile tracking tools (e.g. Jira) and continuous integration (e.g. Jenkins).
Experience of one or more of the following is desirable but not essential:
- Working with HTML5 canvas and Video elements.
- Deploying applications in a range environments, e.g. bare-metal Linux servers to public cloud.
- Use of configuration management tools such as Ansible, Chef or Puppet.
This role is initially being offered as a 12-month fixed-term contract.
Location: We are offering this role either in London W12 or Salford Quays M50.
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. This re-alignment will not affect the terms and conditions of the appointment.