Five new journalism jobs found today, including at Closer and Chronicle

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Homes & Antiques desires deputy art editor. Along with a proven track record of magazine design at an equivalent level within the industry, plus creativity and faultless attention to detail, you shall be proficient in Indesign and Photoshop. Passion for photography is essential.

Location: Bristol.

Closing date: February 18.

Education reporter needed for Trinity Mirror’s Chroniclelive.co.uk. You will have strong digital and social media skills, a senior journalism certificate, solid contacts book, the ability to rope in off-diary stories, awareness of the kind of content that drives audiences online, and a full driving licence.

Location: Newcastle.

Closing date: February 22.

Closer has opening for executive editor. You must have three years’ senior-level editorial experience on a newspaper/magazine producing lifestyle content and celebrity news, managing a team, editing copy to a high standard and working with the art department to craft innovative pages and front covers.

Location: London.

Closing date: February 26.

Reporter required for Pensions & Investments. An experienced enterprise journalist with excellent writing and analytical skills, you should be adept in covering breaking news, understanding complex investment strategy, and operating independently as well as with other team members.

Location: London.

Closing date: March 2.

Position vacant for editor (£40K-£50K). With outstanding communication skills and substantial experience reporting on technology for a B2B media firm, you will write, edit and commission high quality news and analysis concerning enterprise technology (telecoms, IT, mobile, FinTech, etc).

Location: London.

Closing date: March 3.

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