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1. To provide strategic editorial and liaison support to the channel controllers focusing on the key high profile corporate and divisional projects and initiatives.
2. To be alert to, and where possible resolve, day-to-day editorial quality control, compliance, legal and related issues, ‘troubleshooting’ as necessary.
3. Helping to shape the outward-facing strategy by acting as corporate and speech-writing and awards preparation.
4. To play a key liaison co-ordination role between the Controllers and Genres.
5. Project management as directed.
To provide day-to-day support to the TV Channel Controllers to maximise their time for key creative decision making, and to work with the Controllers to define and shape the editorial strategy of the channels.
Skills, Knowledge & Experience Required
1. Sufficient editorial/production experience (at least at Producer level or equivalent), gained in a broadcast/media environment, to have gained an insight into the Television business and the key editorial, scheduling and talent management priorities of the Channels.
2. A sound knowledge and understanding of issues affecting the broadcasting industry.
3. A sound understanding of the role of Channel Controllers of and of the critical nature of effectively managing both internal and external relationships.
4. Knowledge and appreciation of the principles which drive the commissioning and editorial processes.
5. Experience of project management in a creative environment.
6. Good research and writing skills.
7. Knowledge and experience of exploiting information technology effectively - particularly using standard company software.
8. Able to work effectively with the Head of Multiplatform Strategy.
Editorial Executive job description