The BBC Content Division is responsible for commissioning, producing, scheduling and broadcasting the content of all the BBC’s Television channels. We are currently looking for an outstanding PA within our Factual Commissioning team. You will be playing a pivotal role within the business, assisting our teams to deliver outstanding content that strives to enrich people’s lives with programmes and services that fulfil the BBC’s original remit to inform, educate and entertain.
Supporting multiple stakeholders, you will provide professional and well organised administrative, secretarial and PA support at a senior level in BBC Content. You’ll act as the first point of contact for senior managers, creating a positive impression for both internal and external contacts.
You’ll effectively manage complex diaries, assisting managers in making each day as effective as possible and you’ll ensure that they are in the right place at the right time with the right information. You’ll also be required to contribute to ad hoc projects as necessary and to proactively assist managers in meeting their business objectives.
You will act as a key champion of change in the division, demonstrating a proactive approach including exploring how new technology and ways of working can contribute to team and divisional objectives. You’ll be a key part of a cohesive and supportive team of PAs and Team Assistants in Content, working collaboratively to ensure that the needs of the business are supported.
Are you the right candidate?
We’re looking for someone with substantial secretarial and administrative experience at a senior level with demonstrable experience of effectively managing complex, consistently changing diaries for multiple stakeholders. This experience will have been gained in a television production or similar media-related organisation.
You’ll need to be able to handle confidential information with tact and diplomacy as well as being a quick learner of office systems and procedures. You’ll relish being part of a collaborative team and have excellent communication and influencing skills, unafraid to approach people at all levels of seniority. You’ll need to be highly driven, extremely pro-active and organised and be confident when juggling multiple tasks and conflicting priorities. Just as important will be your passion for the BBC and your excitement at being part of a team that’s creating some of the most diverse and admired programming in the world.
Please note interviews for this role will be on Wednesday 28th Feb and Thursday 1st March 2018.
Grade 4 / Proposed Band B
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