Press Gazette has found twelve 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 an internal communications officer (£22K). You will update and edit handbook for field team, ensure adherence to house style guidelines, and advise SEBM and Head of Communications on internal communications strategies. You should have an understanding of MLA sector and relevant work experience in public sector. Job location: Birmingham. Closing date: 30 October.
Museums Libraries Archives Council is hiring a publications web editor (£30K) on a six-month contract. You will be a lead contributor of editorial content for the MLA website and ensure maintenance of standards for the quality of external publications and MLA Website. You will also maintain and update image library. You should have an understanding of MLA sector and relevant work experience in public sector. Job location: Birmingham. Closing date: 30 October.
British institute of facilities management is looking for a communications assistant (£23 – 25K). You must have experience/knowledge of writing/editing, e-commerce and project management. Job location: Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire. Closing date: 26 October.
Metro is hiring a sub-editor. You will be a down table sub on another national title looking for a change of scene, a freelancer who wants to exchange the uncertainty of shifts for a permanent role or a senior player on a regional newspaper who wants a bigger challenge. You will have to process a high volume of stories at pace. Job location: London. Closing date: 28 October.
The Tweeddale Press group is looking for a deputy editor for the Galloway and Carrick Gazettes. Your main responsibility will be producing copy for and overseeing the production of the Carrick Gazette. You will have great news sense, with a proven track record of producing copy for a wide range of stories. A flair for design and a thorough working knowledge of QuarkXpress would be an advantage. Job location: Girvan. Closing date: 30 October.
The Citizen and Gloucestershire Echo is hiring a sports writer/sub-editor to work across both its daily titles and on its website. You must have a passion for sport and provide exclusive eye-catching copy for print and on-line. Design skills will be a distinct advantage and you should be a fully qualified sub. Job location: Cheltenham. Closing date: 30 October.
Morrisons magazine is seeking an experienced deputy editor to assist the editor and managing editor in all aspects of the magazine, online magazine and special projects. You will have broad experience in customer publishing with excellent editing, client handling and management skills. A keen interest in food and food magazines is essential. Job location: London.
Morrisons magazine is hiring senior sub-editor to join the editorial team and work across the magazine, online magazine and other projects. You will have brilliant subbing skills with attention to detail, and possess skills for writing attention-grabbing headlines, sells and punchy copy. You should have experience of working on a busy title, preferably a monthly. Job location: London.
Consumer Choices, an Ofcom-accredited comparison website is hiring a content writer. You will be responsible for producing a broad range of content for the company’s comparison sites. The role will focus on mobile phone and other communications content including broadband. You will have 2 or more years experience working as a journalist. Job location: London.
The Caterer Group is looking for a content manager. You will be responsible for managing the delivery of high-quality daily rolling content on Caterersearch and all weekly content in Caterer and Hotelkeeper. As well as controlling the delivery of content across media, the content manager is responsible for driving editorial and commercially-led initiatives (campaigns, guest editorships, roundtables). Job location: South East UK.
IDG, a technology media company, is looking for a reporter to join its team, writing for two of its flagship UK online titles, ComputerworldUK and Techworld. You will have relevant journalism experience or a graduate or post graduate journalism qualification, online skills and a keen interest in technology. You will be responsible for generating news leads, writing news stories and analysis and blogging. Job location: London.