Five new journalism jobs found today, including at the Telegraph, GQ and Glamour

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The Telegraph is calling for news reporter. You must have news desk experience at a regional, national or international level, a background in breaking news stories, and familiarity with digital storytelling techniques. Knowledge of SEO and self-publishing is crucial.

Location: London.

Closing date: January 28.

Advance content writer needed for gazettelive.co.uk. A qualified journalist, you will have strong digital, social media, writing and video skills, and produce the kind of features which our readers love to share.

Location: Middlesbrough.

Closing date: January 29.

GQ is looking for associate style editor. Alongside previous experience as a fashion journalist, you shall be brimming with ideas for style stories, have a vast contacts book, superlative eye for trends, flexibility to go to fashion shows for GQ twice a year and great networking skills.

Location: London.

Opening for editor-at-large at Ferrari Magazine. Armed with working experience across print and digital in the luxury publishing sector and a huge book of contacts within the luxury goods industry, you will commission and write articles, liaising with clients all the while.

Location: London.

Glamour desires deputy picture editor. You shall possess high-end picture research skills and previous experience in shoot production and commissioning, apart from the ability to upload content to develop our online voice through strong edits of images.

Location: London.

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