Good Morning Britain, Producer - Features | 12 Month FTC
Are you a producer or journalist who thrives on the buzz of working within a live news environment? Do you have an abundance of ideas for TV programme content? Can you inform, entertain and enthuse our audience as they begin their day?
ITV’s Breakfast show, ‘Good Morning Britain’ is seeking a motivated, hard-working and experienced Producer to join the shows Features team.
The successful applicant will have a passion for producing eye-catching television and enjoy exciting creative challenges.
The role will focus on securing and producing guests for our really engaging topical debates, you will also need experience in making VTs and producing live OBs.
The successful applicant will have a proven journalistic ability, as well as a creative flair and be well organised. You will generate ideas and demonstrate excellent editorial judgement. You must be able to work to tight deadlines and be able to turn stories around at short notice.
You will need to be able to demonstrate a knowledge of social media as a source of stories and guests and have a strong contacts book.
Good Morning Britain is a close-knit team where the ability to work well together is vital.
So, if you thrive in a fast paced environment where no two days are the same and you possess the journalistic skills that will match our ambition for the programme, then we’d love to hear from you.
GMB is on air five days a week. In this role you will occasionally have to travel and work outside office hours, early mornings, late nights, weekends and bank holidays which will be returned to you in Days off in Lieu (DOIL).
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Closing date for applications: Tuesday 28 May 2019
ITV strongly encourages applications for this role from candidates with a disability and as a Disability Confident employer we are committed to offer an interview to disabled candidates who meet the minimum criteria for the role.
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