Ten new journalism jobs found today, including at CNBC, Trinity Mirror and Reuters

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Market-leading international entertainment industry publisher, C21Media, is looking for a senior layout sub/section editor to join its London-based editorial team.

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CNBC International is recruiting desk and show producers. The role requires passion for business news/current affairs, live television experience, contributing to editorial discussions, book interviews, writing and producing high-quality stories, as well as outside broadcast.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 19.

Market reporter needed by ICIS. Being an experienced journalist with good analytical and communication skills (written and oral), you will report on weekly prices, write in-depth analyses/magazine articles, as well as report through video bulletins, podcasts and social media.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 24.

Reporter/senior reporter wanted. You will be a news-hungry journalist having previous experience in B2B journalism/local newspaper/news agency along with high level of written English (preferably in the financial sector).

Location: London.

Closing date: October 26.

Vacancy for deputy editor at Trinity Mirror. You will be financially literate with experience of commissioning and creating engaging content using text, graphics, video and interactives, and also have strong understanding of web analytics, SEO and major social media platforms.

Location: Canary Wharf.

Closing date: October 16.

Thomson Reuters requires a correspondent. Along with strong writing skills and relevant financial reporting experience, you will have a track record of breaking news, excellent analytical skills, knowledge of investment banking, and sound communication and interpersonal skills.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 11.

Opening for Aviation-Defense reporter at Bloomberg. You shall be a real-time journalist, covering the earnings and press conferences of companies on the beat, and write regular enterprise stories on industry trends and market developments.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 11.

KPMG is looking for a writer. You will be a creative writer, able to translate difficult business concepts into accessible language, write across a range of different formats, have strong interviewing skills, and experience of working in an editorial environment.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 11.

Producer sought by Reuters TV. You will have solid news judgment, experience of video and multi-media production, ability to write video scripts in English to a high standard, and also strong visual story-telling and video editing skills.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 11.

Position vacant for technical editor at Bechtel. You will have superb written English (US and UK) and interpersonal communication skills, as you will be editing and proofreading various business and technical content for the infrastructure business. Knowledge of MS Office/InDesign is a plus.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 11.

Zoo magazine is hunting for features editor. You will lead ZOO’s insightful weekly features section and be expected to contribute ideas and negotiate deals for cover shoots. An ability to network with PRs, models, freelancers and press agencies is a must.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 27.

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