The Interns is an exciting new television series providing a life-changing opportunity for participants seeking to win a paid appointment at a prestigious, UK-registered international humanitarian aid charity. Over the course of eleven pre-recorded episodes, contestants will be judged over a series of tasks, with at least one candidate leaving the process during each episode. All candidates will receive a reference acknowledging their achievements during the series.
To apply, please get in touch with “The Interns:” and your name as the subject line, explaining why you think you’d be suitable for the show, and including:
· An up-to-date CV
· Photographic ID
(no attachments over 200Kb, please)
APPLICATIONS CLOSE THURSDAY 3RD MARCH at noon, GMT.
You will be notified by no later than Saturday 5th March if you have been invited for interview. Interviews will take place in Wakefield, West Yorkshire on Tuesday the 8th March, during regular office hours.
You will be required to sign a completed contributor release form before the interview. You may also be required to attend a further meeting for no longer than half a day on Friday 11th March.
If selected for The Interns you will need to be available for filming on the following 11 dates:
· Tuesday 15th March
· Tuesday 22nd March
· Tuesday 29th March
· Tuesday 5th April
· Monday 11th April to Friday 15th April (inclusive)
· Tuesday 19th & Wednesday 20th April
British Muslim TV is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications for The Interns from applicants of any background or faith. However, please note that in order to be considered for The Interns you must reside in and have the legal right to work in the UK, and be aged eighteen or over. Participating as a contestant in The Interns is strictly voluntary, with lunch and travel expenses being provided for which terms and conditions apply. Due to the anticipated number of applicants, we are unable to provide feedback in relation to the decisions made during the selection process.
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