Five new journalism jobs found today, including at BBC, Schools Week and Trinity Mirror

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BBC Partner Hub requires broadcast journalist. You will be an experienced radio journalist with international news exposure (including writing stories and working in a newsroom) and knowledge of the US news landscape and agenda. You will also need excellent interpersonal skills.

Location: London.

Closing date: January 29.

Deputy editor called for by Schools Week. Your love of words must combine with the organisational skills of a military commander and an intense joy of social media. Along with the sub-editor you will package stories by creating perfect headlines, re-writing and style-checking.

Location: Greenwich, London.

Closing date: January 29.

WalesOnline wants video editor. You shall have a journalistic background with an awareness of legal issues around filming and editing, a passion to create standalone videos, confidence and experience in filming on smartphone/video cameras, and editing skills across Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut or similar.

Location: Cardiff.

Closing date: February 4.

Deputy news editor desired by mirror.co.uk. Alongside experience on a major news organisation, outstanding editing, writing and subbing skills, and excellent communication, you will have a good eye for what content works best online and why, and a strong news sense coupled with SEO savvy.

Location: Canary Wharf, London.

Closing date: February 6.

Vacancy for TV journalist (£15K). Passionate about working for TV with a nose for news and some TV experience to boot, you must have a Level 4 or equivalent professional qualification in journalism or a related subject and also be an excellent communicator.

Location: Grimsby.

Closing date: February 5.

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