Timeline has launched a fourth intake of its Graduate Engineering Development Programme for positions commencing in October 2021.

Timeline is looking for a group of enthusiastic graduates to train alongside their highly knowledgeable engineering teams for a variety of roles. The successful candidates will join the Timeline team, based at one of the following locations: the company’s Broadcast Centre in Ealing, West London, on Outside Broadcasts, Greenford, West London or at BT Sport in Stratford, East London.

The vacancies now open to applicants are: Graduate Vision Engineer, Graduate Camera Assistant, Graduate RF Broadcast Engineer, Graduate Media Systems Engineer, Graduate Master Control Room Engineer

During the two-year development programme, successful candidates will undertake secondments to other departments, giving them the opportunity to expand their knowledge and develop practical skills.

Adam Bevis-Knowles Timeline’s Head of Graduates comments “As a Graduate Trainee, you can expect to put all the theory you have learnt at university into practice within an innovative organisation that will put you at the forefront of new and exciting developments in broadcast technology and prepare you for a career in the industry.”

Graduates will work directly alongside Timeline’s skilled engineers, getting hands-on experience on-site at outside broadcasts and on studio productions for Timeline’s major broadcast clients. Timeline also offer graduates a mix of internal and external training, and they will be supported by a dedicated mentor for the duration of the scheme to aid their development and specialist training.

To find out more visit: http://www.timeline.tv/graduate-programme/ – applications close on 10th September 2021. Timeline will be holding assessment days for shortlisted candidates from 20th September, with an anticipated start date in October.


Jon Creamer

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