BBC Paid Trainee Scheme 2019 in the United Kingdom is open for applications. The Journalism Trainee Scheme runs in England, Scotland and Wales. You only need to apply to one location for your application to be considered for all. During this 10 month scheme, you will undertake training while working alongside news teams in online and digital, radio and TV news. These placements will offer you hands-on experience involving researching, writing and broadcasting news.
Does this sound like you?
Are you a non-graduate or school leaver with a genuine interest in journalism? If you have less experience then the Digital Journalism Apprenticeship scheme may be a better fit for you, find out more here.
You will be required to complete an application form. The form consists of questions that will allow you to tell us about your experience, how you can help BBC to better reach the audiences and your ideas for a story. This is followed by a series of questions, which will give an insight into how you would behave in certain work scenarios as a journalist at the BBC.
After the closing date on 7th February 2019, your application will be reviewed and if they like you will go through to the next stage. This stage is a video interview and you will be asked to answer one or more questions.
The successful candidates at the video interview stage will be invited to an assessment center day which takes in late May. The scheme will begin in September 2019.
You will have the opportunity to let them know if you have a disability both on the application form and before your assessment.
With the exception of our specialist placements which are location specific, trainees cannot choose a particular location when they apply. Should you be selected, you will, however, be able to state a preference at the interview stage.
When applying you need to be flexible about where you live, as well as your working hours. Working at the BBC is not a Monday to Friday nine-to-five job
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