Commercial Operations Trainee Scheduler

Recruiter
ITV
Location
London
Salary
Competitive
Posted
14 Sep 2017
Expires
20 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Trainee Commercial Operations Scheduler x2
Fixed Term Contract- 12 months
London, Grays Inn Road


ITV is the biggest commercial television network in the UK. Behind every famous face, there are hundreds of others, all doing their bit to make things happen. We love telly, we're passionate about content and most importantly we understand our audiences. As a growing international company, we're commercially minded and have a global focus. We're all about pushing the boundaries and being innovative.

We have a fantastic opportunity for a Commercial Operations Scheduler to join the ITV Commercial Operations Team. You will be responsible for ensuring commercial information is full, accurate, and incorporated into the schedule to the required time-scales.
Broadcast Scheduling is a key development in the future of ITV so your excellent organisation skills, ability to work to deadlines, computer literacy and attention to detail will be highly beneficial.
Although not essential, to be considered for this opportunity; ideally you will have experience in the following:

  • Previous experience in commercial trafficking and knowledge of Landmark
  • Chasing and Scheduling rotation instructions for commercials upon receiving a sales booking
  • Reconciling commercial information by matching rotation instructions from an Agency to a sales campaign
  • Monitoring and Uploading emailed instructions from agencies
  • Validating the commercial schedule against Agency requirements
  • Resolving any consequent problems or errors
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Ability to work accurately under pressure
Closing date: Friday 22nd September 2017

Our people are our greatest asset and, as an equal opportunities employer, we welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds to work both in front of and behind the cameras.

"ITV, where creativity, diversity and collaboration put us right at the heart of popular culture."