Five new journalism jobs found today, including at The Times, BBC and Telegraph

Promoted jobs

Editor-in-chief, New Milton Advertiser and Lymington Times

Sports journalism lecturer, University of Brighton

Sub-editor, Mail Online

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Chief sub-editor sought by The Times. You must have national newspaper experience, be passionate about accuracy and grammar, able to write sharp headlines and to conform quickly to house style. You will be expected to work on print and digital editions.

Location: London.

Closing date: September 14.

The BBC is looking for multimedia broadcast journalist. You will be fluent in writing, reading and speaking Dari or Pashto and English, have substantial experience as a print/online journalist, capable of accurately translating for varied audiences and media platforms. Good computer skills are essential.

Location: London.

Closing date: September 24.

Night editor wanted for IBT Media. You shall be an experienced editor for a reputable online organisation, have excellent knowledge across a broad range of current event issues, managerial experience, sound knowledge of social media strategy, and good understanding of digital analytics.

Location: Canary Wharf, London.

Closing date: October 2.

Telegraph Media Group is calling for weekend sports news editor. You must have news desk experience in an editorially driven sports department, strong news sense and track record of generating exclusive content, plus knowledge of a wide variety of sports, especially football, rugby union and cricket.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 2.

Writer/sub-editor position vacant at News UK. You are a sub who enjoys writing or a writer with subbing experience, possessing strong grammatical knowledge and a flair for language to write/polish the client pitches presented by Method—News UK’s strategic content agency.

Location: London.

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