Researcher - Gaelic
We are looking for Researcher who will work as part of a highly driven production team in developing and producing content for the flagship current affairs programme, Eòrpa.
- To demonstrate awareness of the audience.
- To ensure that BBC output reflects the diverse nature of our audiences.
- Evaluate research in terms of programme aims and intentions and present findings either verbally or in writing to the Producer.
- Work as part of a strong and effective team. Demonstrate judgement on appropriate referral of issues to more experienced members of the production team.
- Assist in filming and post-production of material as required.
- Help deliver to tight deadlines whilst maintaining the highest editorial standards.
The Ideal Candidate
- The Key requirements are a passion for current affairs programmes, fluency in spoken and written Gaelic.
- Knowledge and interest of current affairs, including in a Scottish and in a European context.
- Knowledge of output and trends across all media platforms including social media.
- Strong analytical thinking and the ability to assess complex information to provide accurate and engaging summaries of research.
- Knowledge and understanding of the audience.
Contract: 6 months
About the Company
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The BBC is committed to building a culturally diverse workforce and therefore strongly encourages applications from underrepresented groups. We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from individuals, regardless of their background.
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