Press Gazette has found seven new jobs for journalists today. To view the daily archive of our journalism jobs search click on Journalism Jobs.
Museums Libraries Archives Council is looking for web editor (£30K). You will be an expert and flexible communicator, who value straight forward messages. You will enjoy working in a team of seven people, who deploy the full range of communications tools, working from two locations. You should be strong in writing and producing copies for the website and print. Job location: Birmingham. Closing date: 30 October.
British Transport Police is hiring web editor (£23-25K plus London allowance) on a one year fixed-term contract. You will be responsible for content, development and management of the site and e-applications. You should be a great writer, an excellent editor and a sound judge of content. Job location: Camden, London. Closing date: 23 October.
Royal Mail’s Stamps & Philatelic unit is looking for an editorial research manager (£39,422). You will work with designers, photographers, illustrators, writers, journalists and broadcasters to create an extensive portfolio of stamp products. You need to be an experienced editor with a proven track record of copy-editing and managing editorial processes within a reputable magazine, periodical or publishing house. Job location: London. Closing date: 25 October.
IHS is hiring sub-editor (£18-22K). You will be responsible for editing/rewriting content as appropriate, checking copy for consistency and style, laying out news pages and occasional features in InDesign and choosing and processing extracts of stories for the front page. You should be educated up to degree-level. NCTJ or equivalent qualification is essential. At least one year’s experience of sub-editing and InDesign would be an advantage. Job location: Coulsdon, Surrey. Closing date: 5 November.
The South East Target series is looking for a reporter to join its editorial team. You will generate content across a broad spectrum, developing contacts within the varied communities and take responsibility for a specific title’s content while reporting to the community editor. You should be NCTJ qualified or a reporter already with some newsroom experience. Job location: Sleaford/Boston. Closing date: 23 October.
The East London Guardian series, a collection of London weeklies, is seeking a reporter to join its team. You will have a passion for news and for getting it first. You should be able to turn around everything from front page leads to down page nibs. You should also be pro-active, with a proven track record in obtaining excellent off-diary stories. Job location: Epping/Waltham Forest. Closing date: 20 October.
A trade magazine is hiring a pub and bar editor. You have overall responsibility for managing or generating all content output relating to the hotel sector. You will write, commission and edit news, blogs, landing pages, analysis and features for Caterersearch and Caterer and Hotelkeeper, according to the group’s content agenda. You will be an experienced journalist with a proven ability to deliver agenda-setting content across print and online publications. Job location: London.