Top Jobs of the Week

Wishing it was the weekend already?

Maybe it’s time to find a job that sparks your soul. We’ve rounded up the most exciting, inspiring creative jobs on Hiive.

But proofread your CV and get in quick because these vacancies all expire this week!

Digital Marketing Executive

British Fashion Council

Do you know what makes British fashion the cutting edge? Reckon you could market that to the world? Like a great pair of skinny jeans, you'll be just the right fit for this role at British Fashion Council.

Applications close September 8. Apply here.

Producer - The Pledge


Produce The Pledge – Sky News' weekly straight-talking debate show. A cool head for live TV and encylopaedic knowledge of current affairs are just some of the qualities you'll need to join this media empire.

Applications close September 8. Apply here. 

Creative Director, BBC Sport


Score a job where you get to live and breathe sport every day. You'll have significant experience of editing, production, partner relationships, as well as a passion for all things sport.

Applications close September 10. Apply here. 

Development Coordinator, BBC Writersroom, Northern Ireland


If you're looking to break into media, this position at the BBC is a dream come true. Provide suport for the Writersroom team while organising events and learning from the best in the biz.

Applications close September 10. Apply here.

Young Person's Programme Manager (2 Year Fixed Term Contract)

The Old Vic

Engage and educate the youth of London with this highly rewarding role with The Old Vic. The successful candidate will have experience working with young people and project management.

Applications close September 11. Apply here. 

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Rachel O'Regan

Content Co-ordinator @ Hiive


Rachel O'Regan

Content Co-ordinator @ Hiive

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