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Which?, Money Journalist

London - Hybrid working (5-8 days in the office per month)
Closing date
20 Sep 2021
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Division: Content

Department: Money Content

Location: London - Hybrid working (5-8 days in the office per month)

Job type: Permanent, Junior Level

We are looking for a journalist who will use their expert understanding of what makes a good story to pitch, research and produce money content that will empower UK consumers and, ultimately, leave them with more pounds in their pockets. *You will need to submit a cover letter for your application to be considered.*

You probably know that Which? reviews washing machines. But did you know it also publishes Which? Money, the UK's best-read personal finance magazine, and campaigns on financial issues from fraud to disappearing ATMs?

We're the independent consumer voice that influences politicians and lawmakers, investigates the issues most important to UK consumers, holds businesses to account and makes change happen. As an organisation we're not for profit and all for making consumers more powerful.

What you'll be doing:

As a journalist with a nose for a story and an eye for the most engaging way to tell it, you'll be responsible for producing industry-leading news, advice and investigative features for, Which? Money and Which? magazine.

You don't need to have written about personal finance but you do need to be interested in it. We don't hang around and you'll need to be comfortable creating fresh content at speed and high volume.

You'll be working on everything from credit cards and loans to pensions and investment, and will work collaboratively to bring these topics to life across a variety of platforms, including video, audio, newsletters and social media.


What we're looking for:

  • Experience of writing content for online and possibly print
  • Strong understanding of producing successful digital content, including SEO
  • Sound research and journalistic knowledge
  • Ability to identify trends and stories and turn them into compelling multi-channel content
  • Numeracy skills – you'll need to be comfortable working with data
  • Networking skills
  • Understanding of how to adapt a story to suit a particular audience
  • Ability to manage your own time, juggle multiple projects and monitor the performance of your content on an ongoing basis
  • Clear, concise, informative and grammatically correct writing skills with great attention to detail


What we offer:

We want you to do great work and enjoy it in a workplace that respects and empowers you. In 2019 we were a runner up in the medium-sized organisation category for Britain's Healthiest Workplace, and we signed up to the Time to Change employer pledge that protects staff against mental health discrimination. We're also a Stonewall-accredited employer.

If you work at Which?, you can expect a supportive team structure, the tools to grow and develop, and the knowledge that you're helping make consumers as powerful as the organisations they deal with.

We really believe in getting the best out of our people and enabling a healthy work/life balance. We offer a hybrid working policy, meaning you can split your time between working from home and being based at our modern, friendly, central London office.

Our excellent benefits include 28 days' annual leave, private healthcare, and an award-winning pension scheme, not to mention all the usual things you'd expect from a great employer: flexible working, Cycle to Work, season ticket loan scheme, etc. We even have access to a private section of Regent's Park, perfect for lunchtime strolls.


Next steps:

Let us know what makes you stand out from the crowd by sending us a short covering letter and your CV. If this sounds like your ideal role, then we want to hear from you.

Applications open until Monday 20th September 2021.

At Which? we value diversity and we're committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. We want to receive applications from all regardless of age, gender identity, disability, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief, race or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, transgender status, social economic background. We believe that a diverse workforce helps us to understand and create a positive impact for consumers. We want to ensure that everybody can apply and be part of our recruitment processes, and therefore when required we make reasonable adjustments to accommodate our candidates.


We’re committed to making sure our application process is accessible to everyone who would like to apply for any of our vacancies! Please reach out to if you need us to provide an alternative application method to support your accessibility needs.


Working at Which? is all about balancing your expectations with ours – and that applies to everyone who works here. So what does this mean in practical terms? First of all, we’ll expect you to channel your ambition into growing our business and increasing our influence. We’ll also rely on you to stand up for what you believe in and have the courage to make the right calls.

In return, we’ll give you plenty of diverse opportunities at a company that’s growing, some great benefits and, most importantly, the chance to change peoples’ lives for the better. In short, if you can make a real difference to consumers and our members, we’ll make a real difference to your career. That way, everyone wins.

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