MoneySavingExpert.com is looking for a confident and skilled assistant sub-editor, based in London.
Supporting the existing sub-editor, the successful candidate will be responsible for subbing a wide range of content, from MoneySaving guides and product write-ups to news stories and blogs.
The applicant must have excellent sub-editing and proof-reading skills, be able to communicate effectively with writers and editors and have a good knowledge of personal finance and consumer issues.
This position would suit a candidate with about two years’ journalism experience, looking to step up to work for a campaigning and respected consumer website. The NCTJ or other journalism qualification is preferred, but not essential.
Candidates must have:
- The confidence to challenge experienced journalists
- Excellent sub-editing and proof-reading skills
- Meticulous attention to detail
- The ability to communicate effectively with writers and editors, and confidence to ask all necessary questions
- Good knowledge of personal finance and consumer issues
- Online experience
- Familiarity with HTML
MoneySavingExpert.com is proud to be the UK's biggest consumer website, with about 15 million users a month. We are dedicated to cutting your bills and fighting your corner with journalistic research, cutting-edge tools and a massive community – all focused on finding deals, saving cash and campaigning for financial justice. More than 11 million people have signed up to receive our weekly email, which is packed full of deals, loopholes and money-saving guides. We have been able to harness the collective power of our users to get them the best deals from providers. With more than 1.5 million users and about 3 million discussion threads, our forum is an active and passionate community where people help one another to get out of debt, secure better deals and find ways to make the most of their cash.
Find out more about us here: http://www.moneysavingexpert.com
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