Digger has three exciting vacancies in Glasgow.

WANTED: Sub-editor, designer and trainee crime reporter 

Looking for a sub-editor, a designer and a trainee crime reporter for The Digger magazine  in Glasgow.

This is a job for an experienced sub-editor who has a knowledge of crime reporting and media law. The fee is £150 to get the 24 page A5 magazine ready for the printer. The remit includes re jigging copy, writing snappy headlines, crisp kickers and tongue-in-cheek, funny captions.

Grammar essential as you will be scanning for typos, contempt of court and defamation pitfalls. This is really an office position but will accept an exceptional sub doing it remotely.

This is a rare chance to work on a cult magazine which has been profiled in the FT and on BBC. We rarely use lawyers as our journalists know what they are doing.

We are also looking for a designer to draw about 20 pages 10 of which is pure text. You will be using Indesign and the Adobe Creative Cloud suite. We need a designer who makes pages pop out using clever drawing techniques. You must be fast and happy to switch from Indesign to Photoshop to Acrobat and Illustrator.

The drawing of the pages takes place in a piecemeal system so all artwork is ready and proofed by Friday night. You should be able to use the review on Adobe for our journalists and subs to make corrections on the final draft. A good designer can do this in one day and the fee is £150. 

The magazine is also looking for a trainee court reporter salary £25,000. You will be working in the busiest criminal court in Europe helping our team gather news about crime in the area.

We keep an eye on sheriffs, fiscals and the police - because nobody else is! When it comes to crime we are the eyes and the ears of the public.

Come and live in Glasgow, the county's top party town. The city is bustling with pubs, cafes, a thriving cultural scene and jumping nightlife. The city is an excellent commuter hub with two national railway train stations and a well connected bus station as well as an airport 20 minutes away which has regular bus services every 20 minutes from George Square.

If you like excitement, nightlife, partying and meeting new people there is no better place to find the news.

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