This role helps to co-ordinate the daily running of the Operation and Operational Team within BBC News. The role is responsible for scheduling staff and technical facilities, helping manage the day-to-day running of the office, providing management information and support, and operating to the appropriate degree of competency across a range of IT tools and systems, including scheduling systems.
Operations Co-ordinators form part of a larger office based admin team, ensuring a smooth flow of information and best practise across the department.
Working alongside the Admin and Operations Management team, you'll primarily be responsible for allocating staff contributing to TV and Radio broadcast operations both internationally and domestically. You'll ensure all activities and information are up to date and accurate in all systems. You'll be an Allocate, ScheduALL or relevant database superuser across the operational community and act as a key user in planning system developments. You'll also support the Operations Manager in the planning and allocation of Operational staff and resources.
The Ideal Candidate
Candidates need to have previously scheduled a rota of more than 20 people. You'll need to demonstrate a good knowledge of the Working Time Directive and our own core conditions of service. Experience of working within a team is essential along with experience of having built a rota, adding leave and adhoc requirements. You must have experience of managing and building relationships with stakeholders.
12 Month Attachment / Fixed Term Contract
About the Company
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