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Reporting to: Head of Production
Term: 3 months
Hours: 4/5 days per week
Media Trust background:
You will be working in our bright and friendly office, which is located in West London (close to BBC Television Centre and Westfield Shopping Centre). At Media Trust we believe in the power of media to change lives. We work with the media industry to empower charities and communities to have a voice and be heard.
This is achieved by:
Our corporate members include A+E Networks, adam&eveDDB, AMV BBDO, Arqiva, Ascential, BBC, BBH, Bloomberg, Bristows, BT, Camelot, Channel 4, Dentsu Aegis Network, Discovery, dmg media, Endemol Shine UK, ESI Media, Facebook, Fujitsu, Global, Google, Guardian Media Group, Havas, Hearst Magazines UK, Internet Advertising Bureau UK, ITN, ITV, Next15, Olswang, Saatchi & Saatchi, Sky, Starcom MediaVest, Talon Outdoor, TBWA, Telegraph Media Group, Time Warner, Trinity Mirror, Twitter UK, UBM, UKTV, Viacom International Media Networks, Virgin Media, The Walt Disney Company UK & Ireland, Weber Shandwick and WPP.
We have an award winning production unit which makes films for the charity, not for profit sectors and broadcast. It is a dynamic and creative team which creates high quality content for large and small organisations including Macmillan Cancer Support, The Princes Trust, universities and the public sector.
We are looking for a recent graduate or someone looking to build experience to support the Head of Production in meeting the Post Production requirements of Media Trust. You will gain an invaluable insight into Post Production as we deliver content to our clients and the Community Channel.
Productions is a tightly resourced team and you may be asked to carry out duties not specified in you role brief or occasionally work flexible hours if needed.
How to apply:
First download and complete the Equal Opportunities form then email your CV and a covering letter describing how your skills and experience match our requirements, together with the completed Equal Opportunities form to email@example.com with the name of the role you are applying for in the subject heading.
We have a number of volunteers working on a range of projects across the organisation. Each volunteer has a specified role and line manager. Media Trust volunteers have a track record of moving into interesting paid opportunities in the media and charity sectors. Recent volunteers are now working in organisation such as Two Hand Productions, Dow Jones, Comic Relief and Media Trust.
The Media Trust values diversity and is an equal opportunities employer
Registered Charity no. 1042733