11 new journalism jobs found today

Press Gazette has found 15 new jobs for UK journalists today.

Future Publishing is looking for a production assistant for its in-house editorial production studio. You will be responsible for sub-editing copy and rewriting where necessary.  Job location: Bath.

Digital Camera, a digital-photography magazine of Future Publishing, is hiring an editor.  You should have experience of editing a newsstand magazine title and have proven experience of driving the commercial success of a magazine or website. You will have a good understanding of the digital photography sector and an interest in digital photography. A willingness to work beyond the print title to help deliver brand-specific extensions is essential. Job location: Bath. Closing date: 20 October.

Global Legal Group (GLG), an independent legal publishing house, is looking for a production sub-editor. You will work closely with the editor and senior editor and oversee the production of up to eight titles a year. You will coordinate the submission of material, copy-edit chapters and create the page layout in accordance with in-house style, both for print copies and the web. You may also get the opportunity to produce the newly-established CDR News magazine. You will have a good understanding of QuarkXPress, Adobe Photoshop, MS Word and the English language. A legal publishing background would be an advantage. Job location: London. Closing date: 22 October.

A global provider of energy and metals information is hiring a senior copy editor (£40K plus benefits) to join their central editing desk on to work on the news flow a source of energy news. You will be responsible for ensuring the quality and timeliness of the company’s real-time international news output. The position will also involve some managerial and administrative responsibilities. You should have the ability to edit copy while liaising with colleagues wordwide. You should have experience running or deputising on a busy desk in a newswire. You should also have a working knowledge of energy and commodities markets and industries. Job location: Central London. Closing date: 22 October.

A business information provider seeks an editor-in-chief (£38–42K) to head its portfolio of magazines and websites for the healthcare sector. You will have overall responsibility for the content and editorial of five print titles and five websites and managing the editorial and design team. You will have at least 10 years B2B magazine and online editorial experience and a demonstrable track record of team management. A solid grounding in the healthcare sector is highly desirable. Job location: London.

An energy journalist (£25–26K) is required with a track record of breaking news in the energy sector and a solid contact book of banking and industry sources. The role involves covering both origination stories and news and interviewing senior executives and uncovering exclusive unpublished information on deals.

Spire Healthcare is looking for a web editor (£27K) on a nine-month fixed-term contract. You will manage website content and edit copy for clinical audiences. You should have a minimum of two-years online marketing experience and running campaigns that include search, PPC and email projects. You will have experience of content management systems (ideally Episerver or equivalent) and knowledge of website design skills including HTML coding and use of Adobe design products. Job location: London. Closing date: 2 October.

Bloomberg News is looking for a reporter (projects and investigations) with proven experience in investigative work or project journalism. You will join its business news team to build the global projects and investigations team. You will produce in-depth enterprise stories ranging in style from narrative to explanatory to investigative, working alone or with reporters across beats and national borders. You will be a strong idea generator, systematically proposing subjects that are timely, ground-breaking, require a multi-dimensional project approach and resonate with readers worldwide. You should have proven experience of reporting on finance and market news. Job location: London.

The Morning Advertiser, a pub and drinks title, is looking for a web reporter. You will contribute to its website as well as weekly magazine. You will write on subjects that make national headlines, produce features and diary items and learn how to run a busy website. The role involves updating stories, attending press events, establishing key contacts, interviews, sending out daily newsletters, liaising with advertisers and more. You should have a qualification in journalism with knowledge of social media. An interest in pubs would be an advantage. Job location: UK – south east.

Ancestors, a family-history magazine of The National Archives, is looking for a deputy editor. Responsibilities include subbing articles submitted by freelancers, archivists and readers, proof-reading, adding copy to the magazine’s website, developing future ideas and strategies and undertaking special projects. You will be a journalist wishing to enter the magazine sector or looking for a new challenge. Knowledge of British social history will be an advantage. There may be some opportunity to work from home. Job location: London.

Succinct Healthcare Communications and Consultancy, a medical education agency based in Amersham, is looking for a senior medical writer. You will produce a wide range of written work, from conference write-ups and advisory board meeting reports to research articles and publication plans. You will also edit articles for various publications for submission to peer review journals. You will have previous experience in medical writing, including time in a medical education agency environment. You need to be a science graduate with an excellent knowledge of medical and scientific terminology, the healthcare environment and English grammar. Job location: Buckinghamshire.

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