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The Sun is looking for managing editor. Armed with great leadership skills and experience in crisis management, you will be an out-of-the-box thinker having strong understanding of compliance and regulatory issues bolstered by superb editing skills.

Location: London.

Closing date: February 29.                                 

Commissioning editor required for BBC Radio 4. Alongside interest and knowledge of the Arts (UK and international) and strong editorial experience in Arts programme-making, you must have excellent communication and organisation skills.

Location: London.

Closing date: March 4.

The BBC has vacancy for content producer. Your excellent editorial instincts, journalism/social media background, and strong headline writing and picture editing skills shall help you spot and publish a great story, while also making you react to breaking news on the homepage.

Location: Salford.

Closing date: March 7.

Production editor sought for Cyclist. The role requires excellent writing and editing skills, expert understanding of InDesign, and a passion for cycling. Furthermore, you shall be responsible for magazine production as well as managing the digital editions.

Location: London.

Opportunity for graduate journals publishing assistant. You must have office/administrative experience, effective and accurate communication skills (verbal and written), and a high standard of computer literacy (MSOffice), apart from good organisation and interpersonal skills.

Location: Oxford.

Closing date: March 17.

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