Vacancies

Operating across six countries worldwide, we’re always on the lookout for the most talented team members. If you’re looking for a challenging and rewarding career in broadcast and entertainment, check out the opportunities below.

If there are no suitable roles but you’d like us to consider your CV in the future please contact us for freelance and permanent roles.

Countries
All countries
Cities
All cities
London,
UK
Manchester,
UK
Watford,
UK
Watford,
UK
London,
UK
Paris,
France
Melbourne,
Australia
Sydney,
Australia
Sydney,
Australia
Sydney,
Australia
Sydney,
Australia
Sydney,
Australia
Los Angeles,
USA
Los Angeles,
USA

Applying to Gravity Media

Our industry thrives on talent and we are always looking for people who can help us deliver the service for which we’re known. If you’d like to join us but you don’t see the right opportunity available now, please send us your resume and outline your area of interest.

Unfortunately we cannot acknowledge all speculative applications personally, however we will contact you directly if a job becomes available that we feel matches your skillset.

We welcome all applicants and are committed to providing a welcoming, supportive, and flexible working environment.Any job application submitted to us will be assessed using criteria based on the knowledge, skills and experience required for the relevant position. No applicant will be treated less favourably than another applicant on grounds of national origin.

If you require a VISA to work at one of Gravity Media’s worldwide bases, then some of those will require Gravity Media sponsorship, which we are licensed to provide.

Usually, your first interview will be with the hiring manager, enabling us to find out more about your experience and you to understand more about working life at Gravity Media. This first stage interview will give you an understanding of the role expectations and will afford you the opportunity to gain more of an insight of what we do here at Gravity Media on domestic and international levels.

A second interview is usually held with a departmental head and the hiring manager and focusses in more detail on the role you’ve applied for. There may be relevant role tasks set to help assess your skills and understanding of the role.

Within a few days of your interview, HR will follow up with a phone call to let you know if we’re able to move forward with your application.

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