Here are 11 journalism jobs found via Press Gazette’s latest trawl of various jobs notice-boards and employers’ own recruitment sites. To view our archive of journalism jobs listings click Journalism Jobs.
A company based in East Midlands is looking for a senior sub editor (£25-28K) to work on various publications. As well as running the subs department, you will need the ability to work fast and accurately. Apart from proofreading, you will also write headlines and magazine style picture captions when required.
A managing editor (£50-75K) is required to work for a consumer publishing company covering a range of subjects. You will be responsible for the portfolio of titles, and manage the entire publishing process. This role would suit a senior editor, managing editor or publisher, or even a successful editor who is looking to take their next step up. Job location: London.
A healthcare title is looking for a sub-editor (£21-24K). You will be working across a range of publications, sub-editing copy and using InDesign, Photoshop & Illustrator to correct and layout. You will also speak to authors directly, and arrange some articles. You must either be working within the healthcare or medical sector, or have a proven background within life sciences from a BSc or equivalent qualification. Job location: London.
An international communications company is hiring a medical writer (£40-50K). You will provide writing, editing and proofreading services to account teams. You will also undertake research in the therapy area and liaise with clients. You should have good writing/editing/proof-reading skills. Job location: South East – Oxfordshire.
Laboratory News is looking for a staff writer. You will engage readers from a broad range of scientific backgrounds. As well as generating news and features, you will also be responsible for sub-editing the work of others. You should be a science graduate with knowledge of all aspects of science. Experience of writing for a publication would be an advantage. Job location: Croydon. Closing date: 12 October.
Bury Free Press is hiring a senior reporter. You must be a forward thinking, well-organised team player with excellent attention to detail. You must also have the ability to quickly turn around everything from front page splashes to down page nibs, as well as knowing when and how to use on-line and multimedia skills to get the most from a story. Applications from trainee reporters will also be considered. Job location: Bury St Edmunds. Closing date: 19 October.
The Leicester Mercury is hiring a political reporter. The job involves working as part of a two-strong team covering Leicester City Council and Leicestershire County Council. You should have a comprehensive understanding of local and national politics, be able to make excellent contacts and interpret agendas. You should have experience working in the relevant field. Job location: Leicester. Closing date: 12 October.
A publisher of local newspapers across Berkshire require a commercial advertising feature writer to work within the advertising department, producing copy for their feature and classified pages. You will have experience in advertising features and knowledge of In Design and subbing/design layout. You should have your own vehicle. Job location: Slough. Closing date: 13 October.
The Haverhill Echo is looking for senior reporter. You must be a forward thinking, well-organised team player with excellent attention to detail. You must also have the ability to quickly turn around everything from front page splashes to down page nibs, as well as knowing when and how to use on-line and multimedia skills to get the most from a story. You should be very keen on both news and sport. Job location: Haverhill. Closing date: 23 October.
Warrington Guardian is looking for a sports journalist to produce exclusive off-diary stories for several of its Cheshire titles. You will work on several titles and websites working alongside the group sports team based in Warrington. You will have a working knowledge of Quark Express and a flair for eye-catching page design. You should ideally hold the NCE. Job location: Warrington. Closing date: 19 October.
Cabinet Maker magazine, a weekly interiors retailing magazine, is hiring a features editor with NCTJ training to join its team. Able to spot a good story, you will be producing features for the magazine and subbing news pages. You should have three-five years’ experience on a magazine/daily/weekly newspaper and knowledge of InDesign. Experience writing for the interiors furnishing market would be an advantage. Job location: Cambridge. Closing date: 30 October.