We are seeking a features editor to organise and write for our three titles in the recycling and waste management sector.

The post also involves writing news items and features for the market-leading recycling news and information site, letsrecycle.com and helping with our content newsletters.

With recycling and sustainability on the national and international agenda, the post offers you the opportunity to develop or extend your skills in the environmental publishing sector.You will be able to get involved in our events, ranging from conferences to exhibitions and awards.

You should have a minimum of two year's experience as a journalist with a high standard of written English to help with copy editing and proof reading. A journalism qualification and education to degree level is preferred.

The ideal candidate will be an excellent writer, able to interview people from across the recycling industry to produce lively and readable articles. You should have an ability to develop contacts through regular conversations, over the phone and in person. Good time management skills will be helpful as will a flexibility in approach to meet a range of deadlines.

We are based close to London's Waterloo station. You will be working in a friendly, highly-respected and successful business, with salary dependent on experience and a company pension.

Apply to:

Please send a covering letter, CV and some work examples or links - with features editor in the subject line - to steve.e@letsrecycle.com

Apply to:

Mr Steve Eminton
Publishing Director
Environment Media Group
Elizabeth House
39 York Road
United Kingdom

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