Production Management Assistant - TV & Media Operations
Reporting to Production Managers, the Production Management Assistant is a key point of contact, providing administrative support to the department in order to ensure the smooth and efficient running of the productions. You need BBC system knowledge, excellent organisational skills, drive, enthusiasm and the ability to slot into an established team.
As a Production Management Assistant, you’ll work in partnership with editorial colleagues to deliver outstanding, distinctive, multi-platform content by supporting the ways to realise editorial ambitions within operational and financial constraints. Providing direct administrative support across the department, you also provide specialist support using production management skills, knowledge and experience. Contributing to a professional pan-BBC production management community, you’ll support the drive for continuous improvement throughout production and contribute to and support a creative and collaborative culture.
The Ideal Candidate
You must have experience of working as a Production Management Assistant or in an administrative role based with a television/media production environment.
You will be able to demonstrate strong organisational and planning skills and manage conflicting demands to meet deadlines. You will work well within teams, be a good communicator, hold good attention to detail when working in a fast paced environment, have experience of BBC systems and have a real can do attitude.
It would be desirable if you had an understanding of OFCOM, providing basic financial and scheduling administrative support.
Grade 3 / Proposed Band B
6 month FTC/ attachment
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