Five new journalism jobs found today, including at City AM and the Courier

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Features editor, The Courier

Journalism lecturer, University of Derby

Transport correspondent, Press Association

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Senior writer, British Medical Association

Sub-editor, Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum

Account manager/brand advisor, Pajama

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Job Spy listings

Senior researcher/writer (£23K-£30K) called for by Which?. You shall have excellent research and writing skills, keen knowledge of tech products and issues, as well as strong project management and analytical skills.

Location: London.

Closing date: July 26.

City A.M. is hunting for deputy night editor. You must have high levels of literacy and numeracy, an eagle eye for detail, the ability to write clean, accurate copy, and possess strong editorial judgement. The shift is from 4pm to 12:30am.

Location: London.

Closing date: August 6.

Editor (£38K) wanted for The Parent Zone. You will be an experienced web and/or print journalist with a passion for good writing, accuracy, social media and the issues that affect families.

Location: Islington, London.

Closing date: August 20.

City A.M. wants banking reporter. With the ability to write clean, accurate copy ready to print while building up a list of banking contacts, you will also be passionate about the latest developments in banking, business and financial news.

Location: London.

Closing date: August 6.

Press officer (up to £35K) required for LV=. Along with excellent written, organisational and interpersonal skills, you shall possess attention to detail, good news sense and the ability to speak confidently to the press.

Location: London.

Closing date: August 20.

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