Five new journalism jobs found today including: The Independent and Campaign

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

Sports journalism lecturer, University of Brighton

Sub-editor, Mail Online

Advertise your job to Press Gazette's 150,000 monthly readers and 50,000 Twitter followers. Contact Rahul Nair rahul.nair@pressgazette.co.uk 0203 096 2261.

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Chief football correspondent wanted for The Independent. You will have excellent knowledge of football and a solid track record of generating exclusive stories, features and columns through contacts at club and international level. Expertise in digital and social media essential.

Location: London.

Closing date: September 4.

FST has vacancy for art director/art editor. You must have experience of editorial and magazine design and shoots, proven client liaison skills, interest in fashion and lifestyle, knowledge of the reprographic process and be a dab hand with Indesign, Photoshop and Illustrator. The job is only freelance/part-time.

Location: London.

Closing date: September 5.

Head of Media sought by Campaign and Media Week. You will be a media savvy, experienced journalist with 3-5 years as a reporter or section editor on respected publications/sites, maintaining important contacts throughout the industry, while writing exclusive stories via fast, crisp, accurate copy.

Location: Teddington, London.

Closing date: September 14.

TMT Finance requires reporter. You shall have proven skills in business journalism, a strong telephone manner, excellent written and spoken English, and open to travelling. Knowledge of French, German or Spanish would be an advantage.

Location: London.

Closing date: September 14.

Third Sector has opening for digital editor. Apart from extensive journalism and managerial experience, you will be reporter and editor with knowledge of online working, CMS, analytics, SEO and social media strategy, and excellent writing and communication skills.

Location: Teddington, London.

Closing date: September 17.

 

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