Media Content Producer

Bedrock Learning

Posted 6 days ago

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Location: Remote or Hybrid (Cambridge or Norwich office)

Salary: £26,000 - 30,000 DOE

Type: Full Time

Team: Product Team

Supported by: Director of Product

Who are we and what drives us?

Bedrock Learning is an innovative education technology scale-up, transforming learning through literacy. Our cutting-edge platform teaches and helps hundreds of thousands of users every single day.

We are ranked as the UK’s number one solution in primary and secondary schools, our NPS is market-leading and teachers say that our platform benefits the widest population of school learners. Schools and parents rely on our impactful solutions to improve literacy and transform learner outcomes.

We are committed to each and every one of our customers, whether they’re completing a grammar quiz, reading an impact report or asking us a question via support.

Our inquisitive culture drives our innovation and ensures we deliver maximum value for our users, which makes Bedrock a rewarding and exhilarating place to work.

Your mission

Are you a media content producer who wants to be part of a scaling Edtech business having a massive impact on society? Are you ready to take your place in a team focused on building exceptional content that has a tangible impact on children’s learning outcomes?

What you’ll be doing

Your work will be varied, collaborating with teams across the business to produce media content which makes using our technology fun and effortless, with market-leading appeal.

You will be:

  • Working closely with our editorial team to ensure scripts and artwork are received in a timely manner and in line with our quality standards.

  • Editing and checking audio files.
  • Managing talent, including in-studio direction.
  • Working closely with our marketing team and across the business to assist in producing podcasts and all relevant media asset production .
  • Administrative responsibilities in support of the wider team.

  • Minimum of three years’ relevant experience.
  • Proven track record in delivering media content on time, within budget and to high quality standards.

  • Ability to edit audio to exceptionally high standards.

  • Strong working knowledge of audacity, adobe audition or similar applications.

  • Bachelor’s degree in Media Production, or equivalent practical experience

  • Experience working collaboratively with cross-functional teams.

  • Excellent organisation skills and ability to oversee multiple projects.

  • Meticulous attention to detail.

  • Strong communication skills.
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Improving literacy, we empower students' voices with our intelligent, knowledge-rich curricula at home and school.

Our Working Week

From June 2022 we are piloting a 4 day work week (32hrs) at 100% pay!

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Our Vacation Policy

  • 33 days
  • 52 Fridays
  • 85 days off per year

Our Remote Working Policy

We have a hybrid remote working policy. Some of us work from our offices in Norwich and Cambridge (UK). Whereas other members of our team work 100% remotely from within the UK.

  • Norwich, UK
  • London, UK
  • Cambridge, UK
  • Bristol, UK

Our Employee Benefits

  • Health insurance
  • Flexible working hours
  • Dentalcare
  • Equipment allowance

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