Five new journalism jobs found today, including at East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star

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Senior editor wanted for East Anglian Daily Times/Ipswich Star (£20K-£24K). An NQJ-accredited senior journalist/equivalent, you will have two years’ newspaper reporting experience, excellent news judgement plus writing, organisational and communication skills, besides good knowledge of Suffolk and north Essex.

Location: Ipswich.

Closing date: August 20.

East Anglian Daily Times/Ipswich Star seeks content manager (£25K-£32K). An NQJ-accredited senior journalist/equivalent with two years’ newspaper or newsdesk experience, you will be an excellent newshound, who knows Suffolk and north Essex well, and has good organisational/communication skills.

Location: Ipswich.

Closing date: August 20.

Copywriter needed for s1jobs. You must be a journalist with similar experience and knowledge of Public Relations, Literacy or Media Studies, superb proofreading, grammar and fact checking skills, social media and IT savvy, bolstered by excellent communication skills – both written and verbal.

Location: Glasgow.

Closing date: August 20.

Vacancy for journalist – publishing. You shall have one year journalism experience, good organisational skills, superb attention to detail, keen interest in science and technology, and excellent writing skills. You shall also keep up to date with the latest news and innovations.

Location: London.

Closing date: September 3.

Deputy editor – energy (£35K-£45K) desired. Apart from being a qualified and experienced energy journalist, you will write articles, edit copy and coordinate a team of journalists, have at least four years’ news-writing experience, and a real understanding of energy markets, politics and economics.

Location: London.

Closing date: September 3.

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