EOI - x2 Researchers (1x Cbeebies /1x CBBC)
The BBC is the leading Children's broadcaster in the UK. We are proud of the award winning content we make across all platforms – television, online, radio, apps, YouTube, social media and more. BBC Children's is committed to offering the best cross-platform and on-demand service for all UK children, providing a trusted environment which is enriching, enabling and relevant to the under 16's. Our content seeks to entertain, inform and empower children, adding real value to their lives.
The Discovery team own BBC Children’s relationship with the audience. We cover everything from Presentation to publishing on our TV Channels, CBeebies and CBBC, as well as iPlayer. We oversee Children’s digital platforms for 0-16s, including Newsround and our suite of CBeebies apps for our youngest audience, as well as our growing YouTube portfolio and social media channels. We’re responsible for working closely with programme makers, Design & Engineering and the wider BBC to ensure our brilliant content and products reach as big an audience as possible.
Presentation provides hosted links for the CBeebies and CBBC Channel using a mix of presenters to bring our output to life for children up to the age of twelve.
Please specify if you are interested in CBeebies or CBBC on the top of your CV.
The successful candidate will be working as an integral part of the wider Presentation team on the development and production of content for CBeebies or CBBC.
Are you the right candidate?
Reporting to the Presentation Producers this role is ideal for someone who has some research experience but is keen to expand their skills and knowledge of television production while developing their script writing abilities
You will have the ability to create and innovate content ideas for Presentation from concept to delivery for the CBeebies/CBBC audience. You will also have a good knowledge and understanding/experience of working in a studio and of the BBC's Editorial Policy.
The successful candidate must be able to confidently work with children of all ages.
12 weeks FTC/Attachment
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