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  • Posted: May 26, 2022
    Deadline: Jun 8, 2022
  • The BBC World Service is the world's largest international broadcaster, broadcasting radio and television news, speech and discussions in 29 languages to many parts of the world on analogue and digital shortwave platforms, Internet streaming, podcasting, satellite, FM and MW relays. It was announced in November 2016 that The BBC World Service will start broa...
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    Production Co-ordinator, The Natural History Unit Development Team

    Job Introduction

    BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit (NHU) is the leading producer of wildlife programming, creating award-winning content with a world class reputation. 

    Our output ranges from ambitious landmarks (Green Planet, Dynasties, and the forthcoming Frozen Planet II) to children’s programming (Deadly Dinosaurs and Andy’s Adventures), as well as ground-breaking adventure, formatted, presenter lead, feature docs and event programming such as Endangered for Discovery, The Year The Earth Changed for Apple TV+ and the BAFTA winning Springwatch for the BBC. 

    We are looking for a Production Co-ordinator to work within the Natural History Unit Development team. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain budgeting and scheduling skills that are key for a production management career path.

    Role Responsibility

    The successful applicant will play a key part of the NHU Development team, working closely with the Production Managers and the editorial team to help feed into budgets across a number of different genres and clients. You will be instrumental in supporting a large production team, helping with the day to day management of the team and resources.

    Are you the right candidate?

    • Extensive experience of setting up International and UK filming, across different genres and formats in order to help produce accurate budgets
    • Delivered a range of productions on time and on budget
    • Good working knowledge of end-to-end multi-platform productions with an understanding of the technology used
    • Able to manage interpersonal relationships effectively and work collaboratively within a diverse team
    • Proven track record of being organised and responsive in fast paced environments
    • Experience of working with co-producers would be desirable

    Method of Application

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