Five new journalism jobs found today, including at Wall Street Journal and Elle

Promoted jobs

Sub-editor, Mail Online

Features editor, The Courier

Journalism lecturer, University of Derby

Transport correspondent, Press Association

MailOnline editors' programme

Senior writer, British Medical Association

Sub-editor, Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum

Account manager/brand advisor, Pajama

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Job Spy listings

Legal affairs reporter wanted by PaRR. You are a seasoned journalist with a law degree and/or a substantial record of legal or business reporting, plus the ability to generate off-diary stories on a range of complex topics.

Location: Victoria, London.

Closing date: August 16.

WSJ's Heard on the Street is calling for special writer. You will be an experienced corporate reporter/columnist with a background in finance who can write clearly and accurately authoritative analysis of news at companies around Europe.

Location: London.

Closing date: August 20.

Managing editor (up to £40K) required for Undercurrent News. You must be a qualified journalist with good writing, proofing and editing skills, business news, IT and social media savvy, along with good organisational and management skills.

Location: London.

Closing date: August 20.

Hungry Tiger is hunting for art director. Alongside a creative portfolio showing luxury/aspirational shoot direction and editorial experience, you will have Indesign and Photoshop skills, e-commerce experience, and strong presentation skills.

Location: London.

Closing date: August 22.

Web editor desired for Elle UK. A talented journalist, digital editor and writer, with a keen eye for detail, you will be experienced in editing commercial websites, have confident communication skills, and excellent knowledge of web publishing.

Location: Kensington, London.

Closing date: August 22.

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