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12 days ago

VOD Inventory Manager

Sky Greater London

- Develop thorough understanding of Sky’s digital suite of Ad Products, Ad Revenue streams and relevant advertising revenue metrics - Monitor trends… Sky

12 days ago

Proposition Manager

Sky London, England

One of the key pillars of Sky’s success has been its on-going investment in its diversified product range including its Home Communications offerings… Sky

12 days ago

Senior Systems Integration Developer

Sky London, England

The Systems Integration team make use of Continuous Integration and Test tools to bring together the software components delivered by many teams… Sky

12 days ago

Analyst - NOW TV

Sky London, England

As an analyst, you’ll be drawing on your know-how to enable effective business change, mentoring others, and challenging the team and our… Sky

12 days ago

Strategic Inventory Manager

Sky London, England

Our Sky Media team, based in Victoria, Central London, is the Advert Sales Division of Sky and the largest media sales house in the world. We are a… Sky

12 days ago

Retail Account Manager - NOW TV

Sky London, England

NOW TV is currently in a rapid growth period as we expand our product offering and the routes to market in which we operate. As part of this… Sky

12 days ago

MI Reporting Analyst

Sky London, England

At Sky IQ we’re experts in consumers; understanding what they want to hear about from brands, how they like to interact and what makes them tick… Sky

12 days ago

Application Developer - C /Qt (or similar)

Sky London, England

As a C /Qt Developer, you’ll be drawing on your know-how to deliver high quality features quickly. You will be encouraged to help solve the problems… Sky

27 days ago

Senior Commercial Manager

Sky London, England

The Senior Commercial Manager is responsible for the commercial strategy and performance of the products, managing the latest view process for high… Sky

19 days ago

Customer Experience Leader (Sales) - Osterley

Sky London, England

It's a simple enough question. But, as a natural leader, you know the answer isn't always so straight-forward. Ensuring that your team get it right… Sky

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    Current Employee - Consultant  in  Brentford, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Consultant in Brentford, England (UK)

    I have been working at Sky full-time for less than a year


    I've worked for about 5 other FTSE 100 companies in the UK, benefits are excellent, facilities are also good (in the Osterley campus). My salary is in the upper quartile for my industry/sector/job category (I've done salary analysis in previous jobs). A leadership team that seem to really care about their people and invest back into your well-being (Paid team away days, lots of little perks here and there). Culture in the team is fantastic with dynamic, hard-working and passion to succeed. OK- The commute to Osterley is tricky but I went into this with eyes wide open and did alot of research into travel times, options, carparking restrictions etc before accepting the job and as long as you know what you are getting yourself into with travelling to Osterley it's absolutely fine (E.G Driving for an hour in heavy traffic to Osterley is much better than standing on a packed train for an hour and cheaper!).


    There are the odd senior players in the business protecting their own and taking credit for new innovative ideas (But this is normal in a large organisation). There is some politics within teams so again as long as you approach your role with eyes open, know your strategy with how you want to achieve something and use the influencers around you to forge the path - navigating through the politics is alot easier than some larger organisation's I've worked with. Flexible working policies aren't quite as good as what is claimed on the Work for sky website, seems there is an expectation you come into work 28 out of every 30 days which in this day and age with Lync phones/video/screenshare as well as fast internet - is behind the times compared to other organisations (EG In my role I could do 80% of it remotely so would be nice to have maybe a 1 day a fortnight working at home).

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    Might help if people have clear performance/pay related objectives around completing projects to a high quality. (IE I've seen many cases where people want to "lead" projects but the projects are either highly unsuccessful OR ineffective in achieving their objective). We all need to develop and not all projects will be successful BUT I've seen alot of things delivered poorly and there seems to be no accountability which results in many projects being started but alot of them not contributing to driving the business forward.

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