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RECRUITMENT / JUL. 15, 2013
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Writing a Job Posting for a TV Producer

A TV producer is responsible for ensuring that a TV show runs smoothly in every aspect. They are also responsible for coordinating writers, performers and correspondents, in addition to overseeing more minor details of a show before it goes to air, such as the fact-checking of credit names and titles.

A TV producer needs to be incredibly thick skinned with the capacity to think on their toes, even in the smallest window of time. They must be driven, motivated and incredibly organised, with the ability to clearly communicate with everyone involved both on and off set. 

If you are searching for a TV Producer for an available vacancy, use the guide below to write a professional and engaging job posting that will reach out to a wide and qualified audience.

Job Description

When detailing the job description you should bear in mind the importance of key words in search engines. When potential candidates are searching for available vacancies, they will search for specific keywords that will help them to generate specific results. Be sure to specify the type of TV producer you seek. Some examples include:

·         Graduate TV producer

·         Television news producer

·         Television producer

·         Producer

Job description

After listing the job title you should move on to the job description. Explain who the individual will report to, what area of production they will be working in and what a typical day will entail. 

Key responsibilities

From here, list the primary and secondary responsibilities of the individual. Focus on keywords such as Production, Media and Television.

Requirements

Detail the level of education you require from the candidate, as well as the amount of experience desired (if any). Here you can also explain the type of hours the successful candidate will be required to work, and, if preferred, their salary and remuneration package.

Application

The application procedure should be clearly explained at the bottom of the advert. Keep this process straightforward (e.g. email your CV, writing samples and references to...).  

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