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Website editor sought by evo. You must have an interest in motoring, a nose for a good story, digital expertise with the ability to drive traffic to deliver editorial and commercial objectives, be at ease with social media and eager to keep up to date with the latest media trends.

Location: Wollaston, Northamptonshire.

Auto Express calls for news reporter. You will have relevant journalistic experience with the ability to write quick, concise and easy-to-read stories with a passion for all things motoring. The role involves the latest car-related news, hunting down stories and getting them online fast.

Location: London.

Evo requires sub-editor. With a passion for cars and writing, you will need to manage copy flow, proofread and assist the Production Editor across evo’s platforms including print, website and iPad. You will need to be experienced in production and comfortable in a media environment.

Location: Wollaston, Northamptonshire.

Senior reporter wanted for The Courier. You will be a dynamic reporter with outstanding communication skills and a flair for writing. You must be able to source, investigate and produce excellent stories. Knowledge of newspaper law and the PCC Editors’ Code of Practice is essential.

Location: Angus.

Closing date: September 18.

The Courier desires business reporter. You will have superb written English skills along with a keen interest in sourcing/investigating/generating newsworthy business content. You will use social media to mine stories and promote newspaper content. Shorthand at 100 wpm is a must.

Location: Dundee.

Closing date: September 18.

Production editor needed for Country Walking. You will be an experienced production editor with great editing/communication skills and working knowledge of InDesign and Photoshop. You will polish the work of our writers and designers while delivering a great magazine every month.

Location: Midlands, Peterborough.

Closing date: September 19.

Welwyn Hatfield Times is looking for sports reporter. You must be a qualified journalist, confident with social media, with a valid driving licence, at home with any sport, willing to attend matches and be prepared to write for both print and web.

Location: Stevenage.

Closing date: September 26.

Community editor required for Dereham Times. You need to have a passion for local news, excellent all-round journalistic skills, be a great manager and have the vision to harness the opportunities of the digital age, while still growing newspaper sales.

Location: Dereham.

Closing date: September 19.

Vacancy at Archant for digital editor. With previous proven experience in digital/print journalism, you will create engaging content from scratch, edit existing content and be responsible for growing our online audience. You will also have knowledge of CMS.

Location: Norwich.

Content editor (£27,500-£27,500 p.a.) needed for Trinity Mirror. The role requires excellent written and oral skills and the ability to efficiently research, write and repurpose career/recruitment content for channels such as: social media, advertising campaigns and press.

Location: Canary Wharf, UK.

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