Television & Mobile Platforms

The future of connected and mobile TV is in your hands.
The world’s watching.


BBC Future Media is the driving force behind the BBC’s digital and online media. We designed, developed and run the digital services and products that have shaped the entire broadcasting industry globally, such as HD and the BBC iPlayer, and recently the first truly digital Olympic Games. And now we’re going to do it again.

Our ambition is to create the most valued open digital media services in the world. We want to transform the BBC for an interactive, on-demand future and find new ways of reaching audiences wherever they are, with new formats across PC, TV, mobile, tablets and games consoles. Our products are already available on more than 500 devices, and newer, even more exciting integrated connected TV and mobile experiences are just starting to emerge.

All this innovation is being driven by our people – so we take care of them. Besides the opportunity to work with great people on products that really makes a difference to people’s lives, we also offer really impressive benefits – including twenty-five days annual leave, a pension scheme, life assurance, accident benefit, and interest-free season ticket loans. We also offer world-class opportunities to learn and develop inside the BBC. The BBC Training & Development Academy offers outstanding training in all areas of media and broadcasting – so good in fact that it also trains the wider industry. Join us, and you can help create the next generation of our world-renowned digital services, whilst developing your skills with the very latest technologies.

We have the following opportunities in our agile teams in Media City, Salford:

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