Press Gazette has found 10 new journalism jobs today including Telegraph, Radio Times and Money Observer

Promoted jobs

Faculty communications officer – University of Essex

Senior legal writer/ editor – Shelter

Internship – Hanover

Account executive and senior account executive, financial and professional services – Hill + Knowlton

Associates director, issues and crisis – Hill + Knowlton

Senior account manager/ account director – Hill + Knowlton

Editorial director, medical knowledge group – Hill + Knowlton

Associate director, retail and leisure – Hill + Knowlton

Account manager – Siren Communications

Copyeditor/ assistant production manager (part-time) – British Medical Association

Copyeditor/ assistant production manager (12 months FTC) – British Medical Association

Features/ analysis writer (part-time) – British Medical Association

Senior writer (part-time) – British Medical Association

Social media manager – British Medical Association

Account manager, sports sponsorship and marketing – Hill + Knowlton

Account manager, energy and industrials team – Hill + Knowlton

Account director, energy and industrials team – Hill + Knowlton

Media and campaigns officer – FBU

Senior consultant – Hanover

Account director, Head of Healthcare – Hanover

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Job Spy listings

Immediate Media Co is seeking an editor for 220 Triathlon. You will be an experienced editor within a consumer specialist magazine with strong knowledge of triathlon and good grasp of multi-sport.

Job Location: Central Bristol

UNICEF has an opportunity for an editor (£29,945-35,076). You will have experience of project managing editorial and print processes in a communications context. You will also be proficient in using Microsoft Office, along with Adobe InDesign and other creative suite software.

Job Location: London

Closing Date: 17 April

FT is seeking a deputy editor for Pensions Week. You will have relevant journalism qualification or experience with knowledge of pensions and investment. You will also be able to build contacts with theUK pension schemes and industry figures.

Job Location: London

Interactive Investor is seeking a deputy editor for Money Observer. You will be an experienced investment writer within consumer or intermediary website/magazine.

Job Location: London

Immediate Media Co is seeking a senior writer for RadioTimes.com. You will have experience as a writer on a commercial website, magazine or newspaper with extensive contacts within the entertainment industry. You will also have strong knowledge on CMS and social media.

Job Location: Brook Green, Hammersmith, W6

Telegraph Media Group is looking for a digital luxury writer (£ 22k + benefits). You will have at least 2-3 years writing experience, preferably for luxury sector. You will also have basic Photoshop skills with extensive industry contacts. Digital experience would be a plus.

Job Location: London

Yahoo! is seeking a writer for Movies. You will be educated to degree level with experience as a writer within movies journalism, preferably in online and/or print. You will also have NCTJ qualification and knowledge of using CMS and SEO with good understanding of Photoshop and social media.

Job Location: London

There is an opportunity for an editorial assistant. Ideally, you will have experience in B2B publications with excellent communication skills and keen eye for detail.

Job Location: Hertfordshire

Closing Date: 18 April

There is an opening for an energy industry reporter (£30-40k). You will be an experienced journalist/editor with excellent editing, writing and commissioning skills. Experience of the energy sector would be an advantage.

Job Location: Greater London

There is a vacancy for a staff writer (£30-35k). You will have a degree from a top tier university and/or a journalism qualification with at least two years experience producing and researching finance content backed up within consumer finance industry.

Job Location: London

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