Five new journalism jobs found today, including at Mirror and Solent News

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Post requires reporter (up to £23K+benefits). You will have data analytical skills, news reporting and video interviewing experience. You will also source and write news stories, market analysis, interviews and comments (including blogs), besides attending press conferences/industry events.

Location: London Piccadilly, by Leicester Square.

Closing date: March 4.

Digital writer/producer called for. A qualified or experienced journalist with an exceptional track record in digital publishing and superb social media skills, you shall have excellent written and verbal communication skills, along with the ability to shoot and edit video and audio.

Location: Manchester/Chadderton.

Closing date: February 19.

Mirror.co.uk is looking for sport video writer. Possessing a journalistic background and experience of working in a live newsroom, you’ll also be an excellent writer with a passion for sport—particularly football, social media expertise, and extensive knowledge of key football-related accounts.

Location: London.

Closing date: February 19.

Opportunity for reporter at Solent News. You must be an NCTJ-qualified newshound and versatile writer holding one to two years local newspaper or agency experience.

Location: Southampton.

Closing date: March 1.

Trinity Mirror’s Chroniclelive.co.uk seeks Northumberland reporter. Alongside strong digital and social media skills and a senior journalism certificate, you shall have a nose for a story, a full driving licence and a huge contacts list.

Location: Newcastle.

Closing date: February 22.

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