About the job
BBC Studios are looking for an experienced Performance Producer to help create a number of large-scale performances for the live shows of next year’s Eurovision Song Contest. We are looking for a Producer who is used to working with Creative Directors to shape eye catching, memorable performances.
As host broadcaster the BBC will work in partnership with the European Broadcasting Union to deliver The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 to an audience of over 160 million across the world. Involving thousands of people, hundreds of delegates and over 40 acts, Eurovision 2023 is a major event in the BBC’s broadcast calendar. This is a great opportunity to make your mark on a TV event that will be watched by millions.
The BBC is committed to delivering a unique event which recognises and celebrates Ukraine’s victory, as well as British culture and the values of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Working and collaborating with BBC Studios Eurovision Head of Show & the Creative Director, the successful candidate will oversee all aspects of the production of the live show performances, from lighting and screen content through to music and logistics,
Are you the right candidate?
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to work on this iconic event, and to be considered you must have the expertise and relevant credentials.
The successful candidate will be highly organised and have an excellent understanding of all aspects of performance producing.
Demonstrable and extensive experience of collaborating with Creative Directors to arrange live performances or events is key
Relevant experience could be in television production, live events or stage productions.
Contract type: 7-Month Freelance Contract
Dates: Oct/Nov 22 – May 23
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