J'ai travaillé chez BBC en Contrat Permanent (Pendant plus de 3 ans)
I absolutely loved working there. The people were smart, cared about what they did, and there was truly a sense of "we're in this together" for many of them. Working there was certainly one of the highlights of my career, but in retrospect, the greatest benefit was having "BBC" on my CV. It definitely offset the mediocre salary (to be fair, the salaries are largely a result of public perception and pressure).
I am a senior software engineer with a strong CV and right from the start at the BBC, it was clear that they were struggling with software. The "Forge" project has been great to set standards, but a disaster in terms of implementation. They claim to be Agile and follow Scrum, but no one has a clue what Agile really is. There are also many employees there who are just going through the motions and waiting for retirement because, why not? They get shuffled from group to group like a hot potato because if you've been with Auntie long enough, you can't be fired.
There's a "sense of mission" for the BBC, but for individual projects? Not really. Many people have no idea how their work fits into the big picture and constantly being told we have to work with older tools "just because" is a frustration.
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J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 2 semaines. J'ai passé une entrevue à BBC.
Phone interview, followed by full day of assessments team building and solo interview. ?They also covered expenses for travelling to Manchester. Staff were friendly and casual easy to approach. We also met previous graduates
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