The Sunday Times, Freelance Sports Digital Production Sub-Editors

News UK
03 Dec 2018
30 Dec 2018
News UK
Job Type
Full Time

The Sunday Times Sports Desk is recruiting tablet and website sub-editors to prepare print-ready copy for publication on its digital platforms.

Successful candidates will be expected to work on Saturday afternoons and evenings, working casual shifts of 8 to 10 hours on a rota. Candidates must be willing to work past midnight. There is no writing or reporting involved in the role.

Experience of InDesign and Photoshop would be an advantage. A good knowledge of sport is essential. Selected candidates will be invited in for an introductory training/trial session of 2-3 hours during the week. The successful applicants will then be invited back for more intensive on-the-job training on Saturdays.

To apply for the position, please complete the application form below with a CV and a brief letter explaining how you believe you could contribute to The Sunday Times Sport digital edition.


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