Seven new journalism jobs today

Press Gazette has found seven new jobs for journalists today. Click here to view the daily archive of our journalism jobs.

Fast Bikes, the dedicated sportsbike magazine, is looking for a deputy editor. You will devise, organise and write road tests and features along with subbing content for the magazine. You will be required to represent the magazine at riding launches and other press events internationally. You will have proven journalistic skills, drive and creative flair combined with excellent magazine craft. You will have a strong interest in sportsbikes, hold a full unrestricted motorcycle licence and have a high level of riding ability.

Archant Suffolk is looking for an experienced sports reporter for the East Anglian Times and Evening Star. Its sports team covers Roy Keane’s Ipswich Town and Aidy Boothroyd’s Colchester United, but it needs someone who can help it to expand its coverage of other sports for print and online.

You will need three to five years’ experience on a daily or weekly newspaper, and ideally have undertaken senior sports desk duties, including standing in for the sports editor. Full NCE qualifications or equivalent are essential.

Closing date: 6 November

BBC English Regions is hiring 12 political reporters (circa £26,000 plus Flexibility Allowance) to take the lead on political coverage across radio, television and online output. This is an addition to local news teams across England and an opportunity for experienced journalists with understanding of local and national politics and how it affects people’s lives locally.

Closing date: 2 November

Reuters new financial television service is looking for a market specialist in commodities and energy (C&E). The successful candidate will bring his/her deep understanding of commodities markets to screen, appearing on-air and shaping coverage by working with Reuters text reporters, television producers, and columnists.

The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund is looking for an experienced writer/editor (£27,918-£34,122). Working with the communications manager, you will develop effective and persuasive learning and communication materials, regularly update the editorial content of the fund’s website and contribute towards the production of the annual Review.

Closing date: 11 November 

The College of Occupational Therapists is looking to recruit an assistant editor (£22,555 – £25,062) for its peer-reviewed international monthly journal, British Journal of Occupational Therapy, published in print and online.

Candidates will have a background in academic publishing, preferably in the health and social care field.

Closing date: 5 November

An experienced publisher/managing editor is needed to be responsible for the profitability of a large portfolio of English-language lifestyle titles in Dubai.

You must have a very strong track record across editorial, marketing, circulation and sales and have been a managing editor or senior editor within a publishing company working across a portfolio of consumer titles. This is a very senior position. Must be prepared to relocate to Dubai.

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