Scottish nationals interested in media, with a desire to learn and a real understanding or experience of the issues facing Scotland’s many different communities can apply for a yearlong training program.
The BBC seeks applicants from Scotland for its 2013 apprenticeship program based in Glasgow.
The apprentices will receive UK£9,000 (about US$14,397) to work with the BBC, STV and independent production companies for one year making radio, TV and online content for all kinds of output and programs.
Duties include admin support and office duties, as well essential tasks like taking tapes and equipment from one location to another. Possible tasks include booking travel, arranging meetings, helping to make content and more.
Applicants must be at least 18 and have basic math, English and IT skills to apply. Submit applications by April 13.
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