Experience Opportunity

Benefits & HR systems Apprentice

Develop a deep understanding of the benefits & HR systems that underpin the smooth running of a large-scale entertainment business, in this entry-level role.

If you are looking for an opportunity to gain work experience and a qualification, then an apprenticeship at Channel 4 might be for you. Our apprenticeships are aimed at school leavers and people who do not have a degree.

Our Apprenticeships are full-time, with four days per week spent working in a C4 department and one day per week completing the formal learning parts of the apprenticeship.

The formal training provided will consist of workshops, tutorials, webinars, coaching and in some cases residential boot camps. The training is dependent on the qualification your apprenticeship offers and will be explained in detail by the training provider before you officially begin the course.

The People Team enable Channel 4 to be a great place to work by building an inclusive culture. Partnering with leaders to ensure people are engaged and inspired to be the best they can be to deliver Future4.

We can only ever be as good as our people and the People Team makes sure we have the very best. The function supports our three core business areas: Creative, Commercial and Operations. Each of these is led by a Senior People Partner, supported by a People Partner.

Our Employee Experience team covers, Reward, Pensions & Benefits, Systems & Governance, Payroll, Data Analytics and also People Operations – where our People Assistants act as the first line of contact with our employees and line managers.

Specialists in Talent, Learning & Development, Talent Acquisition, and all work across all three business areas, supporting the People Partners to ensure that our people are supported, developed, and engaged to enable the channel to continue delivering on its remit. This role sits within the Employee Experience team.

The programme aims to offer opportunities to those currently underrepresented in the TV industry, so we are particularly keen to hear from Deaf and/or disabled people, ethnically diverse people and people from lower socio-economic groups.