Ten new journalism jobs found today, including at Women's Health and Legal Week - Press Gazette

Ten new journalism jobs found today, including at Women's Health and Legal Week

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Vacancy for senior editor (£32,429-£40,021) at Kew. Having excellent editorial skills and experience in website design and development, you will plan/edit/approve content, develop and monitor web analytics, and lead and manage the editorial team (including the intranet).

Location: Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew.

Closing date: November 17.

3D World is searching for production editor. You'll have proven experience in the production process of a newsstand magazine, excellent command of English, great time management, organisational and editing skills, a keen eye for detail, and knowledge of Adobe InDesign.

Location: Bath.

Closing date: November 21.

Managing editor required for Macmillan. You must have publishing background (ideally ELT) or educational experience, knowledge of publishing processes for print and digital, related technologies and systems, apart from strong organisational, editorial and negotiation skills.

Location: Central London.

Closing date: November 24.

Apple magazine desires commissioning editor. With fantastic communication, writing and subbing skills, and an eye for detail, you'll also have commissioning experience, understanding of core Mac and iOS issues, along with fantastic knowledge of all things Apple.

Location: Bath.

Closing date: November 27.

News editor called for by Legal Week. You’ll be a business journalist with a good contacts book, editorial experience (including solid experience of business or legal reporting), an understanding of potential legal risks, while ensuring high levels of accuracy. 

Location: London.

Closing date: November 30.

Papercrafter magazine needs deputy editor. You shall research and generate inspiring, entertaining and accurate copy while sourcing eye-catching images. Proof, sub and prepare for publication while ensuring that all copy is picture perfect.

Location: Colchester, Essex.

Closing date: December 6.

Situation vacant for financial reporter (£20K-£24K). You will be an experienced journalist able to work independently researching and generating news and features, proofreading and uploading online stories, while possessing a strong network of contacts all the time.

Location: Croydon.

Closing date: December 8.

In-house senior editor (£50K-£55K) wanted. You will be a skilled writer with technical aptitude, a background in journalism, and experience of writing on financial topics, ideally across Africa and EMEA Sub-Sovereigns. European languages would be beneficial, especially French.

Location: London.

Closing date: December 10.

Women’s Health is hunting for website editor. Having an awareness of the latest health and fitness trends, you'll work with the editorial team creating engaging, relevant, witty and web-specific content, be responsible for social media, and closely work with the commercial team.

Location: London.

Closing date: December 11.

Digital editor (c. £46,500) sought. You will have an excellent journalistic style of writing, good knowledge of finance—conveying complex messages concisely, strong editorial judgment, social media experience, plus expertise in developing and executing web strategies.

Location: London.

Closing date: December 11.



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