Five new journalism jobs found today, including at Press Association, Dow Jones and The Tab

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Communications and Campaigns Manager, UK Trade Association

Managing editor, Spear's

Media officer, City of London

Public Relations Account Manager, MarcoRichards

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Dow Jones requires news editor – wires. You will have a strong grasp of the real-time news needs of business, finance and markets professionals, good managerial skills, excellent motivational and communication skills, and the ability to interact effectively with commercial colleagues.

Location: London.

Closing date: January 15.

Copywriter wanted for Soho House. A natural storyteller, able to develop and run with a narrative, you’ll be writing short and long copy in multiple formats (print and online), and working with various members of the communications and operations teams to develop content, while ensuring it is on brand.

Location: London.

Closing date: January 18.

Press Association needs editorial assistant (BT.com). You shall either be an NCTJ or hold advanced qualification in English or a communications-based subject, have broad knowledge of British news topics and popular culture, experience of writing articles online with SEO savvy, and photoshop proficiency.

Location: London.

Closing date: January 18.

Sub-editor sought by Time Inc. A funny caption writer one minute and a pedantic fact-checker the next, you must be fast, accurate and experienced at working with different house styles, have a good eye for detail, along with superb communication skills.

Location: London.

Closing date: January 18.

Press Association has opening for SEO content editor (BT.com). A highly qualified journalist with great subbing skills, you shall have solid SEO experience for at least one major online content publisher, broad knowledge of British popular culture, excellent understanding of MSOffice, and knowledge of media law.

Location: London.

Closing date: January 18.

The Tab is looking for a national website editor. The position will be based in The Tab’s London office, near Old Street, working closely with our senior editors in New York. The National Editor will initially manage two full-time national reporters, and will commission further stories from our editorial staff of 10 and regular Tab freelancers. 

Localtion: London

Closing date: 31 December

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