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
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: email@example.com.
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).
Rio Ferdinand Foundation
Project Worker (Employability and Enterprise)
The Rio Ferdinand Foundation is looking to recruit a Project Worker, specialising in Employability and Enterprise to support the delivery of the Big Lottery Reaching Communities Fund in Salford however this will develop in to areas across Greater Manchester. Working with partners and young people to implement and help enhance delivery of our sports and arts based social inclusion programme, to develop their employability skills. The role will include meeting and exceeding key performance indicators set out in the project plan.
Follow the link for more info and details on how to apply: http://rioferdinandfoundation.com/5284/we-are-recruiting-a-new-project-worker-in-salford/
Sport for Development Media Internship
The Rio Ferdinand Foundation is looking to recruit a paid Intern to help deliver a Big Lottery Funded Reaching Communities programme in Salford. However, this will develop in to other areas across Greater Manchester. Working with partners and young people to implement and help enhance delivery of our sports and arts based social inclusion programme, developing their employability skills. A key focus of this role is producing content around the programme for all communications, marketing and digital media outputs. The role will include meeting and exceeding key performance indicators set out in the project plan.
Follow the link for more info and details on how to apply: http://rioferdinandfoundation.com/5298/new-sport-for-development-media-internship-opportunity-with-rff-in-salford/
dock10 Technical Services Operator Media Hub
Reporting to a Lead Editor your position will be within our team of skilled Tech Services Operators. You will be required to ingest media, transcode, perform playouts, route feeds around the facility, manage file transfers, perform media uploads and edit material when required by our clients. Your role is vital in ensuring all media within our facility is carefully managed so our clients have the best possible experience working with us. You’ll need to have an understanding of all tapeless formats and knowledge of Avid editing software is crucial while Avid Interplay experience would be advantageous. You will have gained at least 18 months experience dealing with tapeless workflows whilst working in a full end to end post production facility, and are very keen to develop a career in post production.
Simply email your CV and a brief covering letter explaining why you would be great for the role to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 29th January 2016 we’ll be in touch.