Five new journalism jobs found today, including at London Review of Books and Scott Trust

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Global Reader’s editor required for The Scott Trust. Along with experience in a fast-paced digital/print newsroom environment and a thorough understanding of journalistic codes, you will regularly write columns addressing readers’ concerns and suggestions.

Location: King’s Cross, Central London.

Closing date: November 5.

Sage is searching for publishing editor/commissioning editor. You shall be an IT savvy journalist with previous experience in journals publishing, strong communication, liaison and project management skills, a willingness to travel, plus contract negotiation skills.

Location: London.

Closing date: November 9.

Production sub-editor called for by Shephard. You must have experience in a commercial publishing or media environment, excellent communication, proofing and subbing skills, firm command of the English language, and familiarity with Adobe InDesign, MS Office and other CS graphics packages.

Location: Chiswick Homefields, London.

Closing date: November 20.

Ten Alps Publishing has opening for community editor.With good communication skills, knowledge of WordPress and two years experience as a social media lead/community editor or deputy, you will be setting the social media strategy here for the editorial team while increasing content visibility.

Location: Victoria, London.

Closing date: November 23.

Digital editor wanted at London Review of Books. Besides three years’ experience writing, editing and maintaining online content, you will also select and integrate images, videos, etc. when appropriate, ensuring consistency and quality of digital copy across all areas of the business (including retail).

Location: London.

Closing date: November 26.

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