Casual news subs, The Scottish Sun Deadline: 31/01/2008
The Scottish Sun is looking for first-class casual news subs to join the team behind the country's best-selling daily paper.
We want quick, accurate wordsmiths who can turn out brilliantly written copy and top-notch headlines under pressure.
You'll have bags of experience - as well as the enthusiasm, drive and talent to make the grade on Scotland's best and brightest paper.
To apply, email email@example.com
News editor, Press and Journal
Aberdeen Journals is the leading newspaper publisher in the north of Scotland and employs more than 550 people producing a portfolio of quality daily, weekly and free newspapers.
Its flagship title is The Press and Journal, Scotland's best-selling quality newspaper and now the fourth-largest regional newspaper in Britain. Its success has been built on delivering a first-class news service across the north of Scotland via seven daily editions.
We are looking to appoint a NEWS EDITOR to help maintain and develop this unrivalled service.
The successful candidate will almost certainly be working currently as news editor on a daily newspaper, will have an excellent grasp of the political, cultural and geographical landscape in Scotland, and will be looking to take his or her career to the next level.
The position is based at our office in Aberdeen, which is Europe's energy capital and one of the most affluent, go-ahead cities in the UK.
Salary will not be an issue for an outstanding candidate, and other benefits include medical insurance, company pension scheme and a generous holiday allowance.
Aberdeen Journals is committed to a policy of equal opportunities for all staff.
Apply by post ONLY, with an up-to-date CV, to:
Derek Tucker, Editor, The Press and Journal, Lang Stracht,
Mastrick, Aberdeen, AB15 6DF
The closing date for applications is January 31.
Trainee reporter, Helensburgh Advertiser
The Helensburgh Advertiser is looking to appoint a trainee reporter to play an important role within our team of journalists.
We need an ambitious reporter who has passed NCTJ preliminaries, including shorthand, with a great news sense, good writing ability, speed and accuracy and the confidence to work under pressure.
Preferably a car owner, applicants should be able to demonstrate a passion for the job and an awareness of the circulation area.
Written applications should be submitted to:
The Company Secretary, Clyde & Forth Press, Pitreavie Business Park, Dunfermline, Fife, KY11 8QS or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: Thursday 31st January 2008.