We prefer to meet you to discuss your current position and skill set, to fully understand why you are looking for a new role.
Once we have an idea of what you are looking for, we use our long-standing relationships within some of the biggest names in global broadcasting and get your CV in front of a select and tailored group of industry decision makers.
Your CV is confidential, it is only released to a client, once you have given us the authority to do so. When a client requests an interview, we give you a full rundown on the company, the role and the people you will be meeting. Therefore giving you the best opportunity to present yourself and shine. Our aim is to match the right person to the right company, we understand everyone is different and it’s not just about skill sets.
We will guide you through the offer stage and make sure you are happy and confident that the role is right, before you start the next stage of your broadcast career.
Contract staff are the life-blood of the Broadcast industry.
We pay our contractors every week (if you wish) so you don't have to wait for your money. I think you will agree this is a unique service.
With our great contacts we can place you with some of the most prestigious clients who are at the cutting edge of Broadcast Media. This ensures you are working with the latest technology and keeping your skill sets up to date in a constantly evolving industry. Keeping you busy with the very best contracts.
Working with us
We have two ways our candidates can choose to work with us, we can’t advise which the best method is for you but we can outline how each method works.
You can choose to work with us as:
- A Ltd Company Contractor directly through us.
- A Ltd Company Contractor or PAYE Employee through an “Umbrella company”.
- Which method you choose is up to you, there is plenty of information online if you want to know more about the different ways of working, and about Umbrella or composite companies. However, please don’t hesitate to contact us if you’d like to discuss it with one of our team in further detail.
*Here are some links to websites that may help you when considering what you’d like to do
How to create an effective CV
Making the right first impression when putting together your CV is not an easy task, and should be done with care and attention to detail. Your CV is your opportunity to sell yourself to prospective employers or our clients and highlight the relevant experience, skills, and qualifications you possess which makes you suitable for a role or vacancy.
*We have different levels of candidates and the following tips are just a basic guide to putting together a great CV.
CV’s should include:
- Personal details (you don’t have to include a date of birth)
- A paragraph on your personal profile and career objective
- Educational and technical qualifications
- Any Professional Qualifications obtained
- Work history and job posts held, in chronological order, with the most recent one first. State achievements (highlight any figures, statistics, or Key performance indicators to re enforce and illustrate your performance and achievements)
- Although important, don’t just describe your duties and responsibilities in detail, highlight your achievements and the positive outcomes/ results.
- Referees contact details for obtaining references (with your permission)
- Hobbies and interests
Top tips for a winning CV
- Your CV should be concise and kept to two to three sides of A4 at the most
- Presentation is important; make the CV as neat as possible.
- Be consistent in the layout, formatting, and use of fonts. Consider using 'bullets' to start sub-sections or lists to break up big chunks of wording or content
- Obvious but worth stating - always check spelling, punctuation, and grammar for mistakes
- Don’t make your CV layout too fancy or complicated in it’s use of templates and graphics
- Use clear concise, positive language. Your CV is likely to be screened for key selection criteria, and the words you use will play an important part in you being considered further.
- Remember to update your CV as it’s needs to be amended and rewritten after each new job, role, or assignment you have undertaken
- Don’t leave gaps in the dates of your work history, explain them.