Operations is a function in the Finance & Business division comprising Technology, Distribution & Archive; Workplace, Business continuity and Safety; Procurement and the Project Management Office (PMO). Together these teams support the working environment and policies of staff in the BBC and ensure staff have the tools available to do their jobs.

BBC Operations is a diverse group made up of the following four key areas who support the smooth running of the BBC:

Workplace, Business Continuity and Safety

Workplace is responsible for managing the BBC’s estate. Safety ensures the well-being of all staff and audiences who visit BBC productions and buildings. BBC Safety also incorporates the Business Continuity team who coordinate the BBC's response to emergencies across the Corporation in order to keep the BBC's key services to the public on air and online.

Technology, Distribution and Archive

Provide the technology and services to enable content to be delivered to our audiences 365 days of the year. It does this by supporting the wide-ranging technology needs of BBC staff across content and business divisions in the UK and abroad, through managing distribution and transmission of our services and by digitising and maximising the use of the archive. It is also responsible for anticipating future trends to ensure the BBC is equipped and agile.


Responsible for supplier engagement and aim to deliver value for money, simplify processes, raise service levels, reduce risks and develop successful internal and external relationships.


A fantastic place to work"

Richard Lee Graham, BBC Worldwide

The Project Management Office help to deliver projects across the BBC and promote the personal and professional development of staff working in project roles.

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