Five new journalism jobs found today, including at Newsweek, Archant and Telegraph

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Sports writer and sub-editor, Press Association

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Opportunity for copy editors (£18K-£22K). Apart from sub-editing or copy-editing experience, you must have the ability to cope with short deadlines, write great headlines and above all sport an eagle's eye for errors. A solid knowledge of law is also essential.

Location: Weymouth & Newport.

Closing date: February 19.

Rugby editor wanted for Kicca. You'll have two years’ experience as a journalist, flexible and fizzing with ideas, with thorough knowledge of rugby and a passion for sport in general. You must have also worked with video and be at home on all social media platforms.

Location: London.

Closing date: February 21.

Newsweek Europe needs social media assistant. Alongside substantial experience producing content for a digital news outlet, you shall have a flair for writing and extensive knowledge of social media/SEO where you cover live events and breaking news on the sites.

Location: Canary Wharf, London.

Closing date: February 22.

Spark commissioning editor sought by The Telegraph. An out-of-the-box thinker with strong commercial experience, you will also have excellent organisational, client management and communication skills, plus solid commissioning knowledge, SEO savvy and editing skills.

Location: London.

Closing date: March 19.

Archant London requires head of magazines. With a strong sales background ideally within the media or magazine industry, you must have experience in managing large sales teams, strong digital advertising knowledge, media/publishing background, and outstanding communication skills (written and verbal).

Location: Remote.

Closing date: February 18.

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