Sub-editing skills are essential but these roles are broad-ranging and will include both feature writing and news reporting. Candidates with the right capabilities may aspire in due course to take on the editorship of one of our global textile industry journals.
We need good all-rounders, preferably with experience of magazine or newspaper production. Textile industry knowledge will be helpful but not essential.
The roles will involve:
- Assisting editors with magazine planning and production
- Identifying, sourcing and writing features and news for magazines, event publications and the web portal www.wtin.com
- Monitoring and maintenance of web content
- Maintenance of social media communications
- Live reporting at textile industry events around the world
- Excellent writing and sub-editing skills
- Ability to work to several deadlines at a time
- Ability to work independently and in a pro-active manner
- Creativity in ideas and problem solving
- Understanding of social media
The role will be based at our central Leeds offices and will suit a journalist with 3 or more years experience in a relevant professional role. Salary £20k + dependent on experience.
World Textile Information Network (WTiN) is a global provider of textile news, analysis and technical intelligence, whose beginnings can be traced back more than a century.
Our www.wtin.com portal stands alongside a range of market-leading magazines that include: Digital Textile, Future Materials, International Dyer, Knitting International, Nonwovens Report International, Textile Month International, and Twist.
How to apply
Applicants should e-mail their CV and a covering note explaining why they should be considered to:
World Textile Information Network Ltd
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or please click the "apply online" button below
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