9 new journalism jobs found today

Press Gazette has found nine new jobs for journalists today. To view the daily archive of our journalism jobs search click on Journalism Jobs.

Love It! magazine is looking for a celebrity editor. You will join the magazine in London to head the showbiz desk and be involved in the exciting plans for the magazine as it pushes into 2010. You must have experience in a similar role on a magazine or newspaper.

Job location: London

Closing date: 7 April

Love It! magazine is looking for a features editor. You should have a passion for real life stories. Experience in a similar role on a magazine or newspaper feature desk is required.

Job location: London

There is a requirement for market reporters (£26-28K). You will produce high quality price assessments and market analysis as well as daily news. You will have a strong business/financial reporting background with ideally market reporting experience within commodities. European language skills would be beneficial.

Job location: London

There is an opportunity for a sub editor (£20-22K) to work across daily newsletters and a market leading weekly financial consumer magazine. You will experience editing and rewriting business information and will also have an interest in the stock market.

Job location: London

There is a requirement for a personal finance journalist (£23-25K). You will have experience within the B2B and/or consumer sector. You will have covered personal finance, which could include any of the following topics; credit cards, mortgages, loans and so on.

Job location: London

There is an opportunity for mid-weight writer (£30K). You will write and edit magazines, ezines and associated collateral mainly for the internal communications sector. You will be NCTJ qualified or have an equivalent qualification.

Job location: London

Aberdeen Evening Express is looking for a Holyrood reporter. You should be able to mix with politicians and officials. You will be a senior reporter.

Job location: Aberdeen

Closing date: 9 April

Hertfordshire Mercury is looking for a journalist. You will have good news sense and organisational skills, possess proven managerial experience and have the commitment and desire to play a major role in the continued development of our print and web offerings.

Job location: Hertford

Closing date: 6 April

The Telegraph & Argus is looking for a chief reporter. You will lead a team reporting the district for both the T&A and its sister website. You will be NCE-qualified and have at least two years’ experience as a senior reporter on a regional daily or as a chief reporter or news editor on a weekly paid-for. Knowledge of online journalism or multimedia skills will be an advantage.

Job location: UK

Closing date: 7 April

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