Business Insider UK is hiring a front page editor
Justin Maiman/Business Insider
This person is cool under pressure and comfortable assigning, writing, and editing stories.
This front page editor will:
- Curate the homepage, which involves choosing stories to feature, writing snappy headlines, and choosing thumbnails that pop on our site
- Keep an eye out for breaking news and identify important stories as they develop
- Write and report relevant stories
- Help manage our Facebook and Twitter accounts
- Pull in stories and features from our content partners
- Help to manage and develop a team of reporters
The front page editor has a knack for finding stories that people want to share. They are comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and have excellent communication skills. He or she should have 3-5 years experience in a newsroom, and a background in journalism.
APPLY HERE with your resume and cover letter (no more than five sentences) plus links to your work, if this sounds like your dream job.
Please note this position is based out of our London office, located near the Old Street and Shoreditch High Street tube stations.
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