Ink, Deputy Editor - Danish / Swedish / Norwegian
Ink is the global leader in connecting with travellers. We write, design and produce inflight magazines for more airlines than any other company in the world, as well as reaching a captive audience of hundreds of millions of travellers each year via Targeted Advertising (TAD) on confirmation emails, check-in emails, print-at-home & mobile boarding passes and onboard entertainment systems.
We are proud to work with over three dozen airlines, producing media in 13 languages and selling advertising in over 100 countries. Our clients include Air Macau, Bangkok Airways, easyJet, Eurostar, Germanwings, Gulf Air, Jetstar, Ryanair, Tiger Airways, TurboJET (the ferry from Hong Kong to Macau), United Airlines, PrivatAir and Wizz Air, plus many more.
We own the Airline Retail Conference (ARC) in Europe and Asia-Pacific, the China Travel Retail Conference in Shanghai, and we produce the Airline Passenger Experience Media Platform in association with APEX, the Airline Passenger Experience Association.
We are ranked 7th in the Investec Hot 100 Real Business List 2012 for high performance companies.
For more information see www.ink-global.com
About the creative team
Ink has changed the travel media industry by creating products that are beautifully designed, entertaining and unique. Our in-house teams do everything from interviewing celebrities to writing editorial spreads and reviews, photographic shoots, and layout and design. With over 100 awards, our work continues to be recognised throughout the world.
About the role
Ink, is looking to hire a deputy editor for a recent magazine launch. Applicants must have an excellent knowledge of Scandinavia and be fluent in one of Danish/Norwegian/Swedish, as well as English. You should also have some experience at editor level on a travel/lifestyle/leisure title. Digital and social media experience is a experience is a plus. The position is based in London
The successful candidate must have a very strong editorial background, with experience in newsstand titles. The position is client-facing so you must be articulate and persuasive. It is also necessary you have an understanding of publishing commercials.
Taking complete control of the magazine, from managing the team, to ensuring that the title hits new creative boundaries
Ensuring that the magazine is not only on-brand but works hard for the airline in terms of marketing and commercial objectives.
Constant monitoring of European focused newspapers, magazines, websites and blogs to keep abreast of what’s going on in the relevant destinations.
Cultivating a body of freelance writers and photographers, and maintaining regular contact in order to solicit ideas for content for the magazine.
Fast moving environment for a market leader in a growth sector
Coaching and development programmes for all employees
International travel opportunities
Significant earning potential