Graduate Opportunity

UX Design Degree Apprenticeship Scheme

Start Date: January 2022

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What to expect on your apprenticeship

This is your chance to join our team of innovative and supportive UX designers. Get involved with the insight, imagination and regular research we use to create incredible experiences for people across the world.

You’ll work on real projects with senior members of the User Experience and Design team, as well as technical and editorial teams from across the BBC. You’ll gain unparalleled experience, as you get involved in user research, information architecture, content analysis, interaction design, visual design, prototyping and much more.

Working in Technology at the BBC

The most exciting thing about being a techie at the BBC, is that the work we do matters to millions of people!

What are we offering?

  • A salary of £14,400 per year (pro-rated), plus London Weighting (£4,682 at fixed rate) for those individuals who have London as their primary work base.
  • 25 days holiday a year with an option to buy or sell days to suit you. As well as national bank holidays, you’ll also get an extra day-off between Christmas and New Year.
  • Gold-standard industry training delivered by the BBC Academy from specialists and senior BBC and freelance production staff.
  • A mentor to support and guide you during your training.
  • A defined contributions pension scheme and discounted dental, health care, gym and much more.

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Opportunity Overview

  • Ongoing
  • £14,400 pro rata + benefits
  • All grades
  • Salford, Greater Manchester and London
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Disciplines accepted...

  • Computer Science
  • Hardware
  • Information Technology
  • Software
  • Systems

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