BBC R&D works at the forefront of broadcast and media technologies. Our research work focuses on research and development activities on a 1-5 year timescale. We are the lead partner in 2-IMMERSE; a collaborative project co-funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Research Programme. Partners in the project include broadcasters, producers, rights holders, technology companies and universities that are developing four prototype experiences involving live performance and sport. The project’s ambition is to deliver technology enabling services ‘to immerse’ audiences in shared and personalised multiscreen experiences.
We are looking for a talented web developer to join BBC R&D’s Future Experience Technologies (FXT) team based in Salford for a fixed contract of twelve months. The FXT team focuses on the research and development of new user experiences and tools that will revolutionise media production. Our team is responsible for the design, development and delivery of web-based multi-screen user experiences for the 2-IMMERSE MotoGP, Football and Theatre service trials.
The Ideal Candidate
You’re enthusiastic, curious and full of ideas. You keep up to speed with the latest design trends and technology developments. And you’re constantly fascinated by what people really need, and how we can create the right experience to give it to them.
- Experience of building web applications using modern frameworks and design patterns
- Responsive design
- Experience of using RESTful web services
- Strong HTML5/CSS3 skills
12 Months FTC
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