Press Gazette Journalism Job search: Total passes 100

Press Gazette has found 15 new journalism jobs today, which brings the total number of jobs found since we launched our new Journalism Jobs search to more than 100.

An Oxfordshire-based company is looking for a web content editor (£15 per hour) on a three month contract with a view to a contract extension. Key skills needed are HTML, knowledge of image creation, manipulation and optimisation (Photoshop, Fireworks or similar), XHTML and CSS. The successful Web Content Editor should have experience of writing for the web.

Hearing Times Ltd., a 16-page newspaper for deaf and hearing-impaired communities, is hiring an assistant editor to write, edit and commission news and features. You will have journalism and media background with good reporting and feature-writing skills. You should have knowledge of InDesign and Adobe suite and be an experienced Mac user. Job location: Surrey. Closing date: 15 October.

A healthcare organisation is looking for a senior medical writer (£40–50K) to be based in Oxford. The role involves producing high quality medical writing, editing and proof-reading. You will also be involved in confirming specification for each project, undertake research in the therapy area, liaise with clients and provide journal recommendations to the account team. You should have good research, planning, writing, editing and proof reading skills. Company will consider a London-based person, if they can work out of Oxford at least one day a week.

An international medical information and communications company is looking for two medical writers (£25–35K) to write, proof and edit a range of communications as well as liaise with the client and internal account teams. Job location: London.

A publishing company is looking for a features writer for its B2B title Speciality Food and consumer title Great British Food. You will have some editorial experience and know the art of juggling many projects at once. You will assist the editor by writing features and regulars, prepare news copy, conduct interviews, travel on press trips and key exhibitions and represent the magazines at trade shows. You need to have a good grasp of English language, excellent telephone manners and be passionate about food. Job location: Colchester.

Marketing Week, the weekly magazine covering the marketing industry, is hiring a features writer to join its four-strong features team. With the magazine’s focus on features and analysis, this is a key position not suitable for a junior/first jobber. Knowledge of the marketing industry is desirable but knowledge and understanding of the business world is essential. Job location: London. Closing date: 7 October.

Checkout, an Irish grocery retail sector magazine, is looking for a journalist to join its editorial team. You will have two years of news/business reporting experience, preferably both with magazines and newspapers. A journalism qualification is desirable but not essential. Job location: Dublin, Ireland.

NewNet, an online news magazine for the renewable energy, clean technology and sustainability sectors, is looking to hire a magazine journalist with a strong background in production and sub-editing to work on a newly launched magazine title. The role involves taking responsibility for the magazine’s production every month, as well as sourcing features and other content, including interviews with leading figures in the industry. You will have background in magazine journalism along with experience of all stages of magazine publishing and knowledge of InDesign.

Little Red Marketing Ltd. is looking for a full-time assistant editor to work in-house for its three publications – Fencing and Landscaping News, The Farmersmart and Inspired Neighbourhoods – which is currently run on behalf of Bradford Council. The ideal candidates must have experience working on trade magazines along with a good understanding of the farming community. The role requires a lot of travel. Job location: Bradford. The salary package includes company car and pension.

Fow, a global news service for exchange-traded derivatives, seeks a graduate reporter eager to build a career in financial journalism. The successful candidate will receive training and gain rapid experience of writing news, analysis and features. You should have a keen interest in financial markets and be able to write about financial technology. Knowledge of derivatives is not essential.

Airfinance Journal is looking for a graduate trainee reporter to write news and features about the global aviation finance market. You have to source stories and have an interest in current affairs and finance. You should be confident both on the phone and face-to-face. You should have a sound knowledge of current affairs and geography, and be able to produce breaking news and analysis pieces on a daily basis. The journal will provide six-month training.

EuroWeek, a weekly newspaper focusing on the global capital markets, is recruiting trainee reporters. The position would suit self-starting graduates eager to build a career in financial journalism. Candidates should have a genuine interest in business and financial affairs. Knowledge of foreign languages such as German, Italian, Arabic, Japanese, Mandarin or Korean would be an advantage.

Metal Bulletin, a publication on the steel and metals industries, is looking for graduate trainees for its news team in London. Successful candidates will contribute to its live news service and flagship magazine. Knowledge of more than one language and some experience of journalism would be an asset for this role. Training will be provided.

Euromoney, a magazine covering international capital markets, is hiring trainee journalists. You should have an interest in the financial markets, be able to pay close attention to detail, have an ability to work under tight deadlines and show initiative to go out into the market and sniff out good stories.

Euromoney’s Legal Media Group is recruiting trainee journalists. The role involves coordinating international research process for a number of publications, surveys and market reports; arranging and conducting in-depth interviews (face-to-face and by telephone) with senior-level lawyers and general counsel of large corporates; and writing informative and analytical editorial about the legal market in a number of countries, based on the results of the research conducted. You should have strong academic record, outstanding writing skills and a genuine interest in business journalism. Knowledge of the legal and financial markets, fluency in a foreign language and experience in handling large-scale research projects would be an advantage.

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