Studio Researcher – DOI 2025

Lifted Entertainment (part of ITV Studios) are looking for a Studio Researcher to join the team, for the returning series of Dancing on Ice.

THE ROLE:

STUDIO RESEARCHER: 

For the Studio Researcher role, the candidate would ideally have some previous experience working in fast turn-around live / studio based entertainment shows. The role itself could include (but not be limited to); briefing on screen talent, assisting the studio Producer, being organised and confident at forward planning and producing gallery paperwork. 

LOCATION: LONDON / BOVINGDON

DATES:  Approx 25th November 2024  – 9th March 2025

TO APPLY

Please email [email protected] with the heading Studio Researcher DOI 2025 in the subject title, and include the following in your cover email: 

  • Updated CV & Contact details
  • Confirmation of availability 
  • how you meet the Criteria
  • Please include where you saw the advert

Lifted Entertainment is committed to increasing the diversity of its workforce and we strongly encourage applications from candidates from all backgrounds. ITV strongly encourages applications for this role from Deaf, Disabled and neurodivergent people. As a Disability Confident Leader, if you meet the minimum criteria for a role and you have declared that you are disabled, your application will go to the next stage of the process  (although there may be a few exceptions where we are not able to take all eligible candidates to the next stage due to the volume of applications). 

We’re happy to discuss any support/personalisation you may need during the process, as part of our reasonable adjustments. Find out more about applying with a disability here: https://www.itvjobs.com/blog/joining-itv-with-a-disability

Thank you and best wishes 

Please note: Whilst we would love to reply to everyone, we can only contact those who are shortlisted so please do not email or message our team directly as we will be unable to respond. We are also only able to give feedback to those interviewed unfortunately due to volume. This has also been advertised in various places including on both Facebook and Talent Manager so no need to apply more than once

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