Six journalism jobs found today, including at Mail Online, Press Association and Times Educational Supplement

Promoted jobs

Transport correspondent, Press Association

MailOnline editors' programme

Senior writer, British Medical Association

Press officer, Stevenage Borough Council

Sub-editor, Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum

Account manager/brand advisor, Pajama

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Job Spy listings

Hearst magazines need weeklies picture editor. Experienced photo journalist with a history of working on a mass market consumer publication, In-depth knowledge of the market, Excellent commercial awareness, Outstanding creativity.

Location: London.

Closing date: August 6.

Opportunity for reporter (science/healthcare). Science degree and demonstrable experience in science, medical or healthcare publishing, Strong writing and editing skills, and the ability to tailor content to specific audiences, Great communication skills, attention to detail, good time management.

Location: London.

Closing date: August 6.

Commissioning editor (£28K-£30K) sought. Editorial experience within legal or B2B publishing, Commercially astute with a strong track record as a commissioning editor, Excellent communication and relationship building skills, exceptionally high editorial standards, highly organised.

Location: London.

Closing date: August 7.

SCM world is calling for content editor (up to £35K). You will need to have an excellent command of written English, grammar and punctuation, laser-like attention to detail and be passionate about instantly comprehensible, jargon-free communication, strong interest in big business is essential.

Location: London.

Closing date: August 6.

Sub-editor wanted at TES. excellent news sense, originality and keen awareness of the audience of TES, You will be a confident copy editor who strives for accuracy and has the ability to rewrite where necessary, while retaining the author’s voice and keeping the original meaning intact. You will leave no stone unturned when it comes to fact-checking and legal issues, impeccable grasp of English grammar, Knowledge of legal issues related to libel and copyright law is essential.

Location: London.

Closing date: August 6.



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