What I do at ITV is I provide, as commercial research manager, support for our commercial sales effort here and that means providing research support and analysis for the sales teams here in order for them to put the best case possible for developing revenues for ITV. Working at ITV is great because we have a company that not only has commercial interests, if you like, in terms of advertising, but it's also got studio interests - it's a dynamic company today, very forward looking and it has, shall I say the spirit of enterprise and it's a lot of talented and interesting people here, and it's constant variety and challenges and every day is different.
At ITV, we’re 100 per cent behind giving young people the opportunity to earn while they learn. So modern apprenticeships are right up our street. We’ve already had a number of people successfully complete our Apprenticeship programme, and many of them have gone on to secure great roles within our business.
We support apprenticeships in Creative & Digital Media and Business & Administration, and our next round of recruitment will take place in June 2013 for a September start.
Our schemes are 12 months long and have lots to offer, starting with a training allowance. We also make sure our apprentices get all the support and guidance they need to take their career to the next stage. And that’s all on top of gaining a nationally-recognised qualification.
If you’re interested in learning more about a modern apprenticeship, then register with the National Apprenticeship Service and keep a look-out for announcements on our official Twitter feed, @ITVCareers and here on our careers site for when applications open.
We're proud to be a ‘two-tick’ disability symbol holder, meaning we’re recognised for our support and retention of talented individuals with disabilities. This support, naturally, extends to anyone on our Apprenticeship programmes and we’ll do everything we can to make sure you have the support and adjustments you need to get the most out of your time with us.