Five new journalism jobs found today, including at ITN and BBC

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Sub-editor, Mail Online

The Hull Daily Mail is recruiting two senior reporters.

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Position vacant for reporter/journalist (£23K). Possessing good written and verbal communication skills and knowledge of CMS, you will generate ideas for stories and features, conduct interviews, attend seminars, plus research and write news stories and features across the financial lending portfolio.

Location: UK.

ITN Productions is looking for digital editor. You must have an instinctive understanding of digital media and experience of working with different audiences as well as client management experience. You must also be bold, creative and not afraid to tell stories in a different and digitally-relevant way.

Location: London.

Closing date: September 18.

Picture editor sought by BBC Gardeners’ World. You’ll be responsible for day-to-day output of the picture desk ensuring photography standards are maintained and brand strategy is met. You will also label and store still images as well as video content.

Location: Hammersmith.

Closing date: September 22.

Sainsbury’s magazine has vacancy for senior sub-editor. You shall be a superb sub-editor who’s a whiz with InDesign, possess an eagle eye for detail and also be involved in meetings and expected to write copy for the magazine and the blog as required.

Location: London.

Closing date: September 25.

Content editor, art editor and sub-editor vacancy at The River Group. Along with consumer or content marketing experience, you are a highly-creative content editor, art editor or designer looking for a new creative outlet or a sub-editor obsessed with accuracy and editorial excellence.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 4.

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