Remarkable Television (makers of Pointless, Richard Osman’s House of Games, The Wall) are looking for a junior question writer to join our question writing teams. This is part of a training scheme to increase opportunities for people with disabilities in the television industry, we’re very excited to announce that we have an 8 week junior training opportunity available for a successful applicant to develop their skills and contacts as part of a creative television entertainment team.
This role can be based in either our London or Glasgow office, but can be flexible between it being based in the office and working remotely. Start and end dates are flexible but would start around February 2020. Work days and hours can be discussed at interview.
We are happy to look at entry level trainees with no experience of television production or look to help people already working in the industry to try working in another area.
All we require is that applicants have a love of quiz & gameshows and have a flair for writing fun and interesting questions.
To apply : please send a cv to the following email address: email@example.com
And send us what you think would be the perfect set of Answer Smash questions for Richard Osman’s House of Games and the questions you’d like to see on The Wall in the future.
Applications will close on Monday 27th January. Interviews will take place either in our London office or over Skype depending on your preference. Salary will be paid at the national living wage.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Are you the right candidate?
- You have a real enthusiasm for entertainment shows
- You are creative, full of question ideas, determined and resilient
- We are an inclusive employer and our office is accessible but please let us know if you have any specific access requirements as part of your application.
Disabilities are recognised by the Equality Act 2010: “A person has a disability if they have a physical or mental impairment, and the impairment has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities. This definition includes impairments or medical conditions such as Cancer, HIV or MS.”