Journalist, BBC Look East (Cambridge)
We are looking for an energetic journalist to join our regional TV team based in Cambridge. BBC Look East in Cambridge is the newest regional half hour programme and we are a small team. That means you’ll get plenty of opportunities but you’ll need to be flexible in supporting your colleagues. Don’t expect two days to be the same!
Are you the right candidate?
You may not have fully developed your television skills but you will passionate about telling stories that matter to our audience and the diverse communities across the area. You will be based with the planning team in Cambridge but you’ll be expected to find stories across the region in Luton, Milton Keynes, Northampton Bedford and Peterborough.
The successful person will be highly ambitious and full of creative ideas. You’ll have experience of producing original content on either TV, radio, digital or social. You’ll be open to new ways of telling stories and comfortable filming on your mobile phone.
Important Application Information
As part of the application questionnaire we would like you to upload a link to a short film you've made that would be suitable for our audience in the East of England. It shouldn’t be longer than 90 seconds and we’d like you to film it on your phone. We are looking for an original idea that shows off your creativity.
We will also ask you in the questionnaire for examples of any stories you have uncovered and had broadcast/published.
Contract: Full-time (35 hours)
Continuing, permanent role
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