We at Peel Media own and manage MediaCityUK.

We are a small team, so we don’t have a large number of staff positions and those that we do have, will be advertised on this web page.

There are over 200 businesses based at MediaCityUK, all of whom you can find in our occupiers’ directory. When asked, we will share their job opportunities via our Twitter feed – so keep your eyes peeled.


MediaCityUK useful job links

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dock10 is one of Europe’s leading digital media service providers. Operating at the heart of MediaCityUK in Manchester, our clients have access to HD TV studios, digital post-production, cloud media management services and advanced connectivity options. The Technology Operations Department provides technology services to Studios, Media Hub and the MediaCityUK campus. Over the past 3 years there has been a significant increase in our technology infrastructure and services necessitating the need for an additional resource within this area.

Senior Infrastructure Engineer (IT) Technology Department

In this role, you will be responsible for providing support for systems and users across the business, gathering and documenting system/user requirements, evaluating products (third party as well as in-house development) which can be used to build solutions to meet those requirements, setting up lab environments; installing & configuring products and performing POC evaluations, generating architecture and engineering documentation capturing the details for DEV, UAT and PROD implementations, and coordinating the implementations via the appropriate teams. Also, need to generate quality detailed documentation for all operating teams and train them so that they can take over the BAU maintenance functions of the product/solution implementations. 

Other Key Responsibilities

  • Architect and Engineer solutions based on network and virtualization suite of products and solutions: Cisco, Hyper V, Windows Server, HP FlexFabric.
  • Identify areas for improving efficiency and of repeatable processes and develop solutions
  • Completion of tasks within time and cost constraints and ensure that technical and functional objectives are met
  • Interface with management to report on project and program milestones
  • Communicate progress toward daily and weekly deliverables
  • Identify and recommend changes to established practices and policies
  • Mentor support technicians and engineers
  • Assist and deputise for the IT & Network Manager

Skills and knowledge required for the role

You’ll have extensive hands-on experience as an Infrastructure Engineer and will have worked with all of the following products: HyperV, VMWare, Cisco, HP FlexFabric, Windows Server, and Linux. We’ll expect you to have worked with the architecture, design, installation and configuration of these IT infrastructure components in large complex environments, demonstrating your ability to deliver resilient, scalable solutions. In addition you’ll be used to working under pressure often having to multi-task and appropriately prioritizing deliverables against timeframe. A strong understanding of storage and network functions and capabilities is essential. With excellent verbal and written skills you’ll be able to communicate effectively on both a technical and business level.

Simply email your CV and a brief covering letter explaining why you would be great for the role by Friday 24th April 2015 and we’ll be in touch.

External support

Employers located in or providing services to MediaCityUK are able to access recruitment and business support services provided by a partnership of agencies, called the Bridges to MediaCityUK Partnership. The Partnership works with the Peel Group, to provide a ‘one stop’ offer of business support. They can assist with the recruitment of local talent, access to business networks, training and workforce development, familiarisation tours and market intelligence. For more information or to contact the Partnership email:

Skillset Careers is the specialist careers information, advice and guidance service for the UK's creative media industries.

e-skills UK is a not-for-profit, employer-led organisation, licensed by government as the Sector Skills Council for business and information technology.

The Careers Advice Service offers advice on careers and learning.

MediaCityUK Freelancers Network. This is run by a freelancer (not Peel Media).