The British Broadcasting Corporation, almost always referred to by its abbreviation "the BBC", is the world's largest broadcaster. Unlike other broadcasters in the UK, it is a public service based, quasi-autonomous, statutory corporation run by the BBC Trust.
In common with the public broadcasting organisations of many other European countries, it is funded yearly by a television licence fee charged to all UK households which own a television capable of receiving broadcasts, rather than being underwritten directly by the Government of the United Kingdom.
It’s our goal to become the most creative organisation in the world. In order to make it a reality, we need to keep on attracting the brightest, most creative and talented people. People just like you.
Could you help us deliver the best programmes on television, radio or online? Join our world-class broadcasting team and discover your true potential.
Choosing to work at the BBC is one of the most fulfilling and exciting decisions you can make. After all, you’d be joining an organisation that aims to be the most creative, trusted broadcaster and programme maker in the world.
Building on our six basic values, we’re creating an environment that’s friendly, welcoming and open to change. One that’s as diverse as it is fast-moving, and where challenge and reward go hand-in-hand.
Trust: Trust is the foundation of the BBC, we are independent, impartial and honest.
Audiences: Audiences are at the heart of everything we do.
Quality: We take pride in delivering quality and value for money.
Creativity: Creativity is the lifeblood of our organisation.
Respect: We respect each other and celebrate our diversity so that everyone can give their best.
Collaboration: Great things happen when we work together. Our hours are varied and our dress code relaxed. It’s a million miles away from the standard nine-to-five. Having said that, we’re serious about what we do and we expect you to be too.