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Iguacu seeks content editor and writer (up to £26K). With interest in international affairs and excellent attention to detail, you will write and edit compelling copy, while switching effortlessly between different forms of writing/editing—be it press release, video script, newspaper article, or blog post.

Location: London.

Closing date: July 9.

Bilingual art director (German speaking) desired by Ink. You will have seven years’ experience as magazine designer/art director, excellent knowledge of Creative Suite, a talent laden contacts book, and experience with co-ordinating/art directing shoots and commissioning illustrators.

Location: London.

Closing date: July 8.

Daily Mail’s Femail wants commissioning editor. You must be an experienced copy editor who can handle anything from light-hearted fashion-led dress-ups to crime investigations, searing polemics to securing top celebrity interviews, with a bursting contacts book to boot.

Location:  Kensington, London.

Closing date: July 9.

Private equity reporter required for Dow Jones. Apart from an interest in finance, you shall have an instinct for a story, plus great writing and communication skills. 

Location: London.

Closing date: July 10.

Ink has opening for bilingual deputy editor. You must have two years’ editorial experience plus feature writing in magazines, the ability to speak and write German, be articulate and persuasive, and ensure the highest quality of copy, while overseeing the proofing and production.  

Location: London.

Closing date: July 8.

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