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Do you want to come and work at the home of some of the UK’s best loved shows?
ITV in the North makes some of the biggest programmes on TV including Cold Feet, Coronation Street, Emmerdale, 24 Hours in A&E, Judge Rinder, The Voice Kids, Tonight and University Challenge.
This unique event is for experienced Crew, Production Management, Post Production, and Editorial talent, who are interested in joining ITV.
The rapidly growing volume of commissions across ITV’s regional labels (Continuing Drama, Big Talk, The Garden, Man Possessed, Shiver and Entertainment) means ITV is on the lookout for talented people to join its award-winning teams.
There will be sessions with senior editorial executives, the chance to network with creative, Crewing and Engagement, Post Production, HR, Resourcing and Talent Teams and the chance to make sure you’re on our radar for work opportunities with us throughout 2019.
The session has limited availability so, if you’re interested in attending please submit your CV (including industry experience) by 17th January 2019.
Please apply here: https://bit.ly/2UVmP9P
If your application is successful you will be contacted by one of the team offering you a place by 18th January 2019.
We look forward to seeing you in February.
Please note this evening is for mid to senior level entry only.
For entry levels roles such as Runners and Researchers, we offer other avenues to showcase your talent. www.itvjobs.com or ITV Entry Level Careers http://www.itvjobs.com/workinghere/entry-careers Our people are our greatest asset and, as an equal opportunities employer, ITV encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to work both in front of and behind the cameras. Please contact us if you require any additional support to make an application or attend the venue.
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