10 new journalism jobs found today

Press Gazette has found 10 new jobs for UK journalists today. Click here to view our daily archive of journalism jobs vacancies.

A provider of information on gas prices in the global liquefied natural gas market is looking for a deputy editor (£30–35K). The role involves breaking LNG news, writing in-depth features and analysis and taking a leading role in coverage of short-term LNG markets. Existing knowledge of the global LNG market is expected. Job location: London.

A publications company is looking for a chief subeditor (£25-28K) to work on its magazine. You will run the subs department and manage a team of two. You must have previously worked in a similar role within magazines. Previous experience in journalism/communications would be an advantage. Job location: Derbyshire.

A charity is hiring an assistant editor (£27K) to join its in-house team. You will be responsible for writing and editing news and features across publications and websites. You will develop and maintain online presence for all the publications. Job location: London.

Financial News is looking for an associate editor. The role principally acts to commission and edit longer-length analysis and features on private equity as well as write a piece per week and occasional news stories, usually related to the features. Job location: London. Closing date: 28 October.

Financial News is looking for a hedge funds editor. The role will involve financial news coverage of the hedge fund industry. You will generate and execute ideas for articles on the hedge fund industry and its external relations. You will also lead the newspaper’s breaking news on hedge funds and generate the hedge funds page each week. Job location: London. Closing date: 28 October.

The Westmorland Gazette is looking for a senior reporter to join its team based in Kendal covering news in the South Lakeland, Furness, Eden and the North Lancashire area. Job location: Kendal. Closing date: 19 October.

KM Group is hiring a video editor to compile the twice-daily news bulletins on its Kentonline website. Responsibilities include working closely with a small multimedia team of radio/video/online journalists, training a deputy from scratch and help drive the multimedia news agenda. Job location: Medway, Kent. Closing date: 12 October.

‘Trends in Ecology & Evolution’ is hiring an editor to cover maternity leave for 12 months. The job involves acquiring, managing and developing editorial content, making use of a network of contacts in academia and exploiting information gathered at international conferences. Job location: London.

Mergermarket is hiring an energy correspondent. The role involves covering both origination stories and news, interviewing senior executives and uncovering exclusive unpublished information on deals. You will have a track record of breaking news in the energy sector. Job location: London. Closing date: 12 October.

dealReporter, a news service run by the Financial Times group for the hedge funds, prop desks, fixed income investors and ECM deals, is looking for a financial journalist. The role will involve breaking news on investment grade companies lining up and refinancing existing credit facilities. You will have a track record of breaking news on corporate loans and a solid contact book of banking and industry sources. Knowledge of European languages particularly German would be a plus. Job location: London.

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