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Ten new journalism jobs found today, including at the Mirror and Bloomberg

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Baku magazine seeks editorial assistant. You should have an interest in travelling and contemporary art/fashion, the ability to write in-house copy, and be an excellent admin person—making travel arrangements, chasing PRs and supporting editors and fashion teams.

Location: Cavendish Square.

Deputy editor wanted for Sailing Today. you’ll be an experienced journalist and a first-class sub with a flair for writing and wide knowledge of boating including design, construction, navigation, etc. You will also be CMS and social media savvy.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 24.

Global Radio is calling for content editor (£22K-£24.5K). You will have outstanding writing, subbing and communication skills gained in a fast-moving news environment, excellent news sense with a track record in breaking online news, and experience editing and publishing video.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 26.

Content editor required. Your job shall be to create, write,  gather, harvest, proofread, edit and display content (print and online), lay out, revise and confirm pages, upload content to the website, plan ahead, and write bills for newspaper sales.

Location: Bristol.

Closing date: October 22.

Vacancy for medical writer. You must be able to present ideas/concepts through the spoken and/or written word, be able to write clearly in a variety of communication settings and styles, contribute to brainstorming based on the brief and the client’s strategic objectives.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 16.

Urban Outfitters is hunting for assistant content manager. You must be editorially savvy with a keen eye for detail, a strong digital background and a focus on online user experience. In addition, you will need to be incredibly organised and able to project manage effectively.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 19.

Assistant web editor (£12.6 per hour) sought by Michael Page. You will have experience in content creation and management including writing, proofreading and editing, CMS and MS Office applications, with keen eye for detail and good numeracy skills.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 16.

Government news web producer required for Bloomberg. Responsible for producing multiple early morning newsletters, you will write concise headlines and synopses, decide on story selection and positioning, and examine government databases, etc. to find relevant links.

Location: London.

Closing date: October 18.

Mirror has opening for online news writer. You will have strong news sense, outstanding editing, writing and subbing skills, excellent communication, good eye for what content works best online and why, sound legal knowledge, and up-to-date SEO knowledge.

Location: Manchester.

Closing date: October 17.

Chambers and Partners is hunting for freelance journalist (£400-500 per day). You will be required to head a new team of writers to create a news and features section. Content must be fairly short and punchy, with controversial subjects and useful ‘lessons’ drawn.

Location: London.



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