Shoot and Edit Producers and Audio Producers - (BBC World News Talent Pool ) - Freelance PAYE
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BBC Learning English is looking to widen its pool of freelancers to work on existing content and new projects. In particular, the department is looking for:
Shoot and Edit Producers and Audio Producers with demonstrable interest in short-form and newer styles of productions to create innovative video and audio content.
The Ideal Candidate
Essential Criteria for Shoot and Edit Producers and Audio Producers
- Good working knowledge of British English
- Experienced in self-shooting and editing a range of creative video or audio formats; experience with short-form and social media formats preferable
All opportunities offered, as a result of appointment to this talent pool, will be on a Freelance PAYE basis.
Appointment to the Talent Pool will not entitle candidates to a permanent contract in the BBC, those will have to be applied for in the normal way, and neither does it guarantee work. However, it may lead to consideration for broader freelance opportunities across BBC News.
If you already have a current staff contract with the BBC (continuing or fixed term), you won’t be eligible to apply.
Any work offered with the BBC will be conditional upon you having the right to work in the UK.
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