UKTV has been at the forefront of branded television for over 25 years, entertaining the nation with programmes they love. Its leading brands - Dave, Gold, W, Drama, Alibi, Eden and Yesterday - span comedy, entertainment, natural history, factual and scripted drama, and are delivered to audiences through UKTV Play, Freeview, Sky, Virgin Media, BT, TalkTalk, YouView, Freesat and Amazon Fire. The broadcaster is a significant investor in British creativity and is committed to working with new and established writers, directors and programme-makers.
UKTV is part of BBC Studios, the UK’s most-awarded production company, a world-class distributor with international branded services, and a commercial subsidiary of the world’s leading public service broadcaster, the BBC.
Working at UKTV
UKTV is a creative and open environment, where everyone is encouraged to bring their authentic self to work. It is a collaborative atmosphere where we face everything together as a team, and endeavour to bring out the best in everyone. We passionately talk about TV all day long and it is this passion for both our content and our people, that makes working here a truly unique experience.
We offer 26 days paid holiday every year, plus bank holidays on top. You will also have the option to buy additional holidays or sell surplus ones. You will also get your birthday off as additional paid leave.
Health and Wellbeing
We offer a range of benefits to support all our employees with their Health and wellbeing. From discounted gym memberships to employee assistance programmes, we have you covered. You can opt in to private medical insurance, sign up for instant GP access, (via an app), dental cover and we have mental health first aiders embedded in our teams.
Work Life Balance
We understand the importance of life outside of work which is why we can be flexible on individual circumstances and we welcome and consider every flexible working request.
“As one of the largest broadcasters in the UK, we are committed to reflecting our audience and the diversity of the society we live in. To be truly inclusive, it’s crucial that we hire and develop people with a disability whether that is physical or hidden, and ensure that they are supported and empowered to be their authentic selves and do their best work at UKTV. “