Five new journalism jobs found today, including at Good Housekeeping and Mail Online

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Editor-in-chief, New Milton Advertiser and Lymington Times

Sports journalism lecturer, University of Brighton

Sub-editor, Mail Online

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Managing editor required Publicis Blueprint. You’ll be a fantastic sub-editor and a super-efficient organiser able to write consumer-friendly copy across multiple platforms.

Location: London.

Closing date: September 11.

Barclays is seeking deputy content editor. You shall have a keen eye for detail, experience in writing about investments and other areas of personal finance, and an understanding of digital publishing, including social and video.

Location: London.

Closing date: September 18.

Senior commissioning editor needed for Good Housekeeping. You shall be a great writer, editor and an experienced interviewer who can handle sensitive real life stories with skill and empathy, and confident in commissioning well known writers, including writing detailed briefs.

Location: London.

Closing date: September 27.

The Marine Professional has opening for industry reporter. Having a background in B2B journalism with preferably a marine or STEM background, strong news/feature gathering and writing skills, you will be comfortable with technical subject matter and conducting interviews with senior industry figures.

Location: Imperial Wharf, London.

Closing date: October 1.

Journalist – Mandarin speaker called for by MailOnline. Along with fluency in Mandarin and English and the ability to generate strong headlines and engaging, original content, you will also have a strong interest in international news, keen eye for photographs and solid production skills.

Location: Kensington, London.

Closing date: October 1.

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