Journalism Coordinator (BBC Learning English)
BBC Learning English is a world leader in using international broadcasting to teach English and is part of the BBC World Service. The department provides free resources in 12 languages to EFL learners and teachers worldwide on our website bbclearningenglish.com as well as via partners around the world. Learners also engage with our products via our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube pages.
As Journalism Coordinator you will assist with the production of new content. You will support the production and delivery of English language teaching multi-media content - focusing on the Mandarin and Africa production teams.
You will have good knowledge of internal and external content management systems, be social media savvy and comfortable using various software packages like Photoshop and FTP.
You will also undertake a range of programme or newsroom administration, including booking and work to tight deadlines while demonstrating a good knowledge of BBC policy.
The Ideal Candidate
Native knowledge of Mandarin (simplified) in all forms
Good working knowledge of English in all forms
Knowledge of various social media platforms (especially within China) and experience in uploading content to these platforms and responding to users’ comments
Good technical skills (experience of content management systems and, preferably, ability to be able to edit audio/video)
Working knowledge of software packages that include picture editing and FTP
Grade: 4 / Proposed Band: B
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