Thursday, September 17, 2009

Entry-level writer @ fashion magazine

BODY Magazine, which describes itself as "the leading intimate apparel industry magazine," seeks a news writer/editorial trainee for both its print and web editions. Position is based in New York City.

"This position calls for a lot of writing, therefore, the ability to write quickly and accurately is required," the ad states. "Working knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop and website posting and design required. $23K plus weekly bonuses earns up to $28K per year + benefits."

E-mail resume and cover letter to: magazinejobs@gmail.com.

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Monday, March 9, 2009

Trainee reporter @ U.K. newspaper

The Argus, a 41,000-circulation daily newspaper based in East Sussex, is seeking a trainee reporter. Hurry and apply -- the deadline is Tuesday, March 10.

Applicants should "have all the NCTJ qualifications, including 100 words per minute shorthand, and be ready to hit the ground running."

E-mail your resume and a cover letter to News Editor Lee Gibbs at lee.gibbs@theargus.co.uk.

Location: East Sussex, England, United Kingdom

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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Trainee reporter @ British newspaper

The Echo, a daily newspaper covering south Essex, seeks a trainee reporter for its Southend office.

"The Echo is a great paper for any journalist to start their career," the ad states. "It covers a fantastic news area and has a good newspaper sales record ... The company is committed to providing ongoing training and career development."

Job comes with "competitive salary," 5 weeks vacation plus bank holidays and pension plan. Deadline to apply is February 27. Download application forms online.

Location: Essex, England, United Kingdom

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Trainee reporter @ Scotland newspaper

Berwickshire News, a small newspaper located in Northumberland, Scotland, seeks a junior/trainee reporter.

The reporter will cover a wide range of news and sports stories. "You must be able to work under pressure and to deadlines, while at the same time producing bright and accurate copy," the ad states. "You also need to be able to work under your own initiative, as well as part of a small team. Knowledge of Scots law and the Scottish local government system would be an advantage."

Deadline to apply is March 6. To request an application form or e-form, call Jayne Hume on 01289 306677 or e-mail jayne.thomson@tweeddalepress.co.uk.

Location: Northumberland, Scotland

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