Seven jobs for journalists including: Daily Record, Evening Express and Evening Telegraph

Evening Express seeks a content editor. You shall possess good newsdesk experience as a senior reporter, with the ability to gather compelling interviews and videos and also produce Aberdeen-based quality articles.

Location: Aberdeen.

Closing date: April 1.

Dailyrecord.co.uk is calling for a commercial writer. A qualified journalist equipped with knowledge and interest in SEO, you will also have digital writing experience and a clean driving licence. Expertise in motoring writing is an advantage.

Location: Glasgow.

Closing date: April 14.

Evening Express has an opportunity for a digital and print reporter. You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, 100wpm shorthand speed, keen eye for detail, up-to-date knowledge of newspaper law and IPSO regulations, full driving licence and social media savvy.

Location: Aberdeen.

Closing date: April 1.

Position for a sub-editor at the Evening Telegraph. You will possess HND (or equivalent) level/relevant newspaper editorial expertise, apart from great editing and proofreading skills. Awareness of IPSO and the Editors’ Code of Practice alongside knowledge of InDesign would be an asset.

Location: Dundee.

Closing date: April 8.

Kent on Sunday has a vacancy for a senior reporter. Besides skills to handle breaking news stories, you must be comfortable writing 1500-word in-depth news articles. You must also have proven expertise on local newspapers as well as NCE qualifications/equivalent. Full valid driving licence with a car is essential.

Location: Ashford.

Closing date: April 8.

Trinity Mirror is looking for a sport social media editor. Equipped with excellent communication skills, you shall articulate ideas clearly, analyse data and identify trends. You shall also have experience of covering live sports events apart from breaking news from social media. Editing expertise would be an asset.

Location: London.

Closing date: April 21.

Sub-editor wanted for Hearst Weeklies. In addition to good command of English, previous experience on a weekly magazine and clear and concise communication skills, you will have InDesign experience and knowledge of digital publishing. awareness of media law is desirable.

Location: London.

Closing date: April 23.

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