We have a rare opportunity for a high-calibre and enthusiastic graduate to take up a new role and join our dynamic and rapidly expanding media company based in central London.

TVF Media is a young and progressive company operating in many media areas, including interactive digital media, medical communications, television programming, post-production and the arts. Operating at the cutting edge of technology, developing new and unique solutions both for our clients and ourselves, IT is at the heart of TVF and its capacity to grow and deliver successful projects. The candidate we are looking for will be exposed to every facet of the technological fabric of the group.

During an intensive three-month training period you will gain a detailed knowledge of our network and the systems we operate. You will start in IT maintenance, but will quickly move into project and development work. From server hardware maintenance, to editing the Windows UX, to the IT provision at the world’s largest ideas and music festival, you will become conversant in the various technologies employed across our divisions. We are unusual in that we prefer to develop our own systems in-house rather than deploying commercial off-the-shelf packages. Therefore, an interest in and aptitude for both hardware and programming is essential, as the successful candidate will learn about every element of what it takes to build and run a bespoke IT infrastructure for an award-winning media company.

All candidates should have an excellent educational background, with a minimum 2.1 from a top university. A degree in computer science would be an advantage but not essential if you can show interest and aptitude – you may have developed your own software, or have other examples of your inventive approach to the current computing landscape. Linux experience is also desirable.

If you are keen to pursue a career in IT and have a desire to take on high-level responsibility early in your career, please apply now!

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