Five new journalism jobs found today, including at Trinity Mirror and Citywire - Press Gazette

Five new journalism jobs found today, including at Trinity Mirror and Citywire

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Trinity Mirror is looking for digital writer/producer. You will be a qualified journalist or have an exceptional track record in digital publishing, while also possessing excellent verbal and written communication skills, superb social media skills, ability to shoot and edit video/audio, and a full driving licence.

Location: Manchester.

Reporter (£20K-£25K) wanted for Citywire. Armed with good understanding of economics and passion for multimedia, you shall write compelling features or breaking news for our flagship magazine, and possess the creative skills to bring technical subjects to life.

Location: Vauxhall, London.

Dezeen desires design editor. Alongside a track record of breaking exclusives and major news plus covering top international events, you must be able to turn out a lively, immaculate copy, aided by an eagle eye for punctuation, spelling and grammar, and speedy and accurate writing and editing skills.

Location: Hoxton, London.

Closing date: March 5.

European staff writer (up to £24K+benefits) sought by Waters. In order to produce daily, weekly and monthly editorial in multiple formats such as news, analysis, features and opinion, you shall have good communication, interviewing and writing skills, and ideally a journalism degree.

Location: London, West End, Piccadilly Circus.

Closing date: March 8.

Opening for associate editor-in-chief/senior magazine editor (£38,411 p.a.). Apart from knowledge of journal production and superb proofreading and editing skills, you’ll be responsible for commissioning and writing news/articles for the website.

Location: London.

Closing date: February 29.



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