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ITV is recruiting to fill apprentice jobs on whole range of hit programmes

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ITV is recruiting to fill apprentice jobs on whole range of hit programmes

Working on a favourite television programme and rubbing shoulders with some of the biggest names in broadcasting would be a dream job for many.

And the dream is about to become a reality for some lucky jobhunters

ITV is hiring for a whole host of different roles with vacancies on various news programmes as well as top shows like Love Island and This Morning, reports the Manchester Evening News.

Many of the roles available are classed as apprenticeships and will be perfect for college leavers or anyone looking to take their first steps on the TV ladder.

Here are some of the jobs that are available to apply for now.

Junior Account Director – Love Island

This is a full-time, permanent role and the successful candidate will be responsible for managing the relationship with commercial stakeholders to deliver bespoke partnerships around Love Island.

ITV Creative Partnerships is looking for someone who has commercial experience of managing clients and running advertising campaigns, plus significant knowledge of effective social and digital content campaigns.

Other key skills include a high level of understanding of the broadcast media environment, including Digital, ability to juggle many projects at the same time and stick to hard deadlines and excellent time and organisational management.

The deadline for applications is Tuesday September 22 and more information can be found here.

Junior Journalist, ITV News Granada

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One of the ITV apprenticeships available is for a junior journalist on ITV News Granada, based in Salford.

Part of the job description reads: “ITV News has been providing award-winning news coverage for more than 50 years.

“And we’re very proud of it. Every day, millions of viewers watch our programmes on-air and connect with us online to get the latest, breaking news from Britain’s most popular commercial broadcaster.”

Successful applicants will learn how to generate and produce news stories for ITV News Granada and digital platforms.

The specifications continue: “By the end of the apprenticeship, which is full time for 13 months, you’ll know how to identify a story, carry out the necessary research and interviews, appreciate more about how to write a story for social media and start to understand the ethics and law in relation to news.

“To be successful, the applicant must demonstrate a clear understanding and passion for the apprenticeship role they are applying for as well as ITV.

“Among other skills and qualities, the candidate must be a team player with a willingness to learn and help out, able to multitask and prioritise responsibilities and an eagerness for learning new skills as you’ll get opportunities to be a part of lots of great new experiences.”

Deadline for applications is Sunday September 20 and more information can be found here.

Production Runner (MultiStory)

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MultiStory Media, part of ITV Studios, creates and produces a broad mix of award-winning shows across factual, entertainment, current affairs and features – including the Tonight programme, Peston and Martin Lewis’ Money Show.

In this apprenticeship role as a production runner for MultiStory, the successful applicant will get an incredible chance to learn the art of TV production from a wide range of people with different specialist skills, to be in a very vibrant team making a wide variety of programmes.

They are looking for qualities and skills similar to the role above.

To be eligible you need to have:

  • lived within the UK/EEA for a minimum of 3 years consecutively
  • have at least a Level 1 qualification in Maths and English (GCSE or equivalent, at grades 4-9/A-D)
  • not completed a degree

The deadline for applications is Sunday, September 20, and more information can be found here.

Production Secretary Apprentice (Daytime)

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This role will include work on shows like Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, This Morning and Loose Women.

The candidate will work within one of the four programme teams to support, coordinate and contribute towards news operations on TV and Online from 6am to 1.30pm every day.

Part of the job application says: “This is a busy but rewarding environment, you’ll be super organised with the ability to work in a highly productive environment with strict deadlines to meet, after all, Daytime curates over seven and a half hours of live TV every day.”

The successful candidate needs to have a keen eye for detail, be a team player with a willingness to learn and help out, enjoy working in a fast paced environment and an eagerness for learning new skills.

The deadline for applications is Sunday, September 20, and more information can be found here.

Factual Entertainment Apprentice (Commissioning)

The role offers support to team PAs, Commissioners and Head of Department with tasks including meeting and greeting guests and ensuring they are well looked after, booking meeting rooms and travel, running general office errands.

It also involves working closely with the Proposals Co-Ordinator in logging proposals, organising clips and monitoring the commissioning email inbox.

They are looking for qualities and skills similar to the role above.

To be eligible you need to have:

  • lived within the UK/EEA for a minimum of 3 years consecutively
  • have at least a Level 1 qualification in Maths and English (GCSE or equivalent, at grades 4-9/A-D)
  • not completed a degree

The deadline for applications is Sunday, September 20, and more information can be found here.

Production Apprentice – Daytime Competitions

Competitions are a big part of ITV’s Daytime schedule.

The job application says: “The successful candidate will be energetic, excited, positive, collaborative, buzzing with ideas, calm, organised and passionate about television and television production.

“The ability to juggle multiple tasks at once is essential and we require an individual who thrives in a creative environment.”

It adds: “You’ll be working on a variety of different competitions and shows, and on four of the biggest daytime shows in the UK & with some of the most famous faces.

“No two days are the same, you could be sourcing props, finding locations, suggesting script ideas, fetching presenter lunches, coffee runs, editing a sizzle reel, dressing the studio & much more.”

The deadline for applications is Sunday, September 20, and more information can be found here.

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