How to get jobs in Discovery Channel

Human Resources Flexible Staffing Group (FSG) is the in-house staffing agency of the Discovery Channel. It recruits Discovery’s Contingent Worker (CW), and Independent Contractor (IC). It also works on finding the most fitted person for short term projects and internships. Team FSG specially recruits workers for temporary jobs. Thus, it always hunts for fresh talents.

The application process:

Those who are in search of short term jobs, may quickly follow the below mentioned steps and apply.

• Mention your preferred domain of job in the subject line area. This will help in quick identification of your area of interest and your CV will immediately saved accordingly.

• Also write your location clearly in the subject line

• Mail the resume to Flexible_Staffing_Group@discovery.com

Team Flexible staffing will help in getting temporary jobs in US.

After you have mailed your resume you will have to wait for a day or two. The HR Executive with his team of efficient staff regularly monitors the resumes. Once your resume suits a job requirement, you will be contacted immediately. Then face the interview, get through it and join a temporary job in US.

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