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More than 8 million customers, a world leader in digital TV, phenomenal year – on-year (year on year what?), state of the art technology….yes, Sky’s a pretty impressive organisation. But right now we’d rather talk to you about our people.

People with a passion for entertainment. A passion for innovation (is this a new sentence?) and a passion to be the very best at what they do

After all, those people have made us what we are: a unique business that’s driven by imagination, inventiveness and enjoyment.
 

Where we are
  • Middlesex
  • Fife
  • West Lothian
  • Harrogate
  • Field Based
What we do

British Sky Broadcasting is the operator of the UK’s largest digital pay television platform and a leading broadcaster of sports, movies, entertainment and news

Here at Sky, we truly value the diversity of our people. After all, our audience is made up of all ages, backgrounds and beliefs, so shouldn’t our workforce be made up of an equally wide mix of individuals? We think so, because the differences- between us make us what we are: one of the most creative companies in the world.

We are always on the look out for talented and creative people to join the nation’s number one entertainment choice. If you’d like to play your part, visit

British Sky Broadcasting fully supports the right of all people who work with us and for us, to be treated with respect and dignity

We are committed to ensuring that no one is subjected to less favourable treatment because of their age, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, race, religious beliefs, marital status or working practices

www.sky.com/jobs If you’re tuned-in, inviting, irrepressible and fun we would love to hear from you.

 
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