BBC Careers Hub

The BBC has a wide range of amazing career opportunities for internal and external candidates. The BBC Careers Hub is the new recruitment system which allows you to build your own career profile easily, search for relevant roles and utilize our resources section which includes videos, podcasts and tools to support candidate applications and learn more about the BBC.

It enables us to hire the right talent for the right roles, and helps us communicate more effectively via social media and our own new forums and groups.

The BBC Careers Hub has a number of innovative features that make job hunting easier:

  • Use your careers profile to promote your skills and experience
  • Build a portfolio and upload content to showcase examples of your work
  • Search and apply for vacancies effortlessly from your career profile page
  • Update, search and apply from your smartphone
  • Upload multiple CVs to highlight different skills and experience
  • Access to a wide range of videos, podcasts and tools to help you prepare for and get the job you want
  • Connect with other BBC employees

You can create a profile quickly from scratch or automatically using your CV, LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter profile.

To get access to all internal job vacancies, please make sure that you use your bbc.co.uk or bbc.com email address when you register for a Careers Hub profile. If you haven't already, create your own profile and take a look around the BBC Careers Hub.

If you have an application that is currently in progress in the former system, you can still check its status:

Login to Internal BBC jobs

If you have any questions or require any support in creating a profile or using Careers Hub phone our Recruitment team on 0800 082 8080 or have a look at the frequently asked questions below.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How has the recruitment process changed?

The BBC is using a new recruitment system, the BBC Careers Hub, to enable faster and more effective hiring.

I’ve recently applied for a job, how does this affect me?

If you've applied for a job at the BBC, your current application will not be affected, however if you would like to apply for any future roles, you’ll need to set up a careers profile in the Careers Hub.

Check your application status in the old system

What is a careers profile?

At the heart of our new BBC recruitment process is your careers profile. Your careers profile is a bit like an online CV and is similar to your LinkedIn profile (if you have one) and includes details of your skills, experiences, work history and contact details. You can update your careers profile any time you like to show new skills you have developed, courses you have attended or projects you have worked on. You can even upload examples of your work to your careers profile as part of your creative portfolio.

How do I access the Careers Hub?

Visit the BBC Careers Hub

How do I create my careers profile using Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn?

You can register via Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn by clicking on the button on the left hand column on the Careers Hub login page. When registering via social media you will be asked to give Careers Hub access to your account and then it will retrieve details such as your name, address and phone number. Registering via LinkedIn is a quick way to import your career history into your careers profile.

Once Careers Hub extracts information from your social media account, you will be asked to verify that the information uploaded is correct. You can change any information you wish to and remove entire sections of your Career or education history by clicking the ‘remove section’ buttons on the right hand side. You will also be prompted to fill out any unfilled mandatory fields before you save your changes.

To get started visit the BBC Careers Hub

How will my social media details be used by the BBC?

Careers Hub allows you to use your existing Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn password and career information to set up and access your careers profile. Creating your career profile this way does not give the BBC access to your social media account or private information.

How do I create my careers profile from scratch?

Enter your name, email and password in the new users registration area and click the green ‘I agree. Create my account’ button.  To get started visit BBC Careers Hub

How do I create my careers profile using my existing CV? 

Another way to register with Careers Hub is to enter your name, email and password and click the ‘Upload a CV to create your profile automatically’ button. This is a way to quickly populate your profile to make you more searchable by keywords from your CV. You will be asked to specify which file is your CV and Careers Hub will extract information it recognises as relevant.

Once Careers Hub extracts information from your CV, you’ll be asked to verify that the information uploaded is correct. You can change any information you wish to and remove entire sections of your career or education history by clicking the ‘remove section’ buttons on the right hand side. You will also be prompted to complete any empty mandatory fields before you save your changes.

To get started visit BBC Careers Hub

How does the BBC use my careers profile?

Your careers profile is used by BBC recruiters when they are looking to fill a position. They will match your skills against the requirement of the job, so please keep your skills up to date.

How do I find current vacancies?

Once you have created your careers profile, Careers Hub will automatically match your skills against our vacancies and will suggest jobs that you may be interested in. You can also search for current vacancies. From the Careers Hub, you can email or share by social network any jobs that we advertise to friends, colleagues or other people.

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