Which? Money, Deputy Editor
Which? is the largest independent consumer organisation in the UK. Besides offering expert reviews and advice on almost everything under the sun, our campaigns have driven some of the biggest positive changes for consumers over the past 60 years.
With independence and impartiality at the heart of everything we do, all the profits made from our business go towards the work that we do campaigning on behalf of all consumers. We believe our unique position and clear values give our customers the fairest way to get the advice they need across all areas of their lives.
Which? Money is the UK's bestselling personal finance magazine, helping more than 55,000 readers to manage their finances with confidence, while holding the industry to account where we uncover sharp practice. The magazine works hand in hand with our online money advice and interactive tools, and our money helpline which offer readers 1:1 financial guidance from a team of independent experts.
Which? Money is also unique. With no advertisers to keep sweet, we are completely independent. Our unbiased reviews of everything from big banks to online investment brokers ensures readers get an honest opinion and impartial recommendations about the services they use to get the most from their money.
As the most trusted voice in personal finance, our award-winning investigations go undercover to publish on the companies letting customers down. From banks that unjustly reject fraud claims through to insurers that charge rip-off fees, we help our readers to challenge unfair treatment - and our work regularly achieves change for UK consumers more generally.
Are you looking for a role where you can really make your mark and add value? Are you looking for a role where new ideas are embraced and hard work is rewarded? We want to hear from you!
We are looking for a bright, creative and innovative Deputy Editor to join the Which? Money team in Central London.
What is on offer?
A highly competitive salary + market leading benefits including 28 days annual leave, an interest-free season ticket loan, life assurance, and a pension scheme that increases to 11% after you've been here for a year. You'll also get the chance to develop your career. And you can work every day knowing that you're playing your part in making consumers as powerful as the organisations they deal with.
What will you do?
- Brief, commission and edit features for Which? Money magazine. You will be as comfortable editing one of our award-winning investigations as you are a straightforward advice feature. You will regularly generate new ideas and be able to develop pitches from in-house and freelance writers to publish content that our readers love.
- Pitch in and produce content, too, by writing features and news stories as required in print and online.
- Take responsibility for designated sections of Which? Money magazine, and associated digital outputs, ensuring they achieve commercial targets for acquiring, retaining and satisfying customers.
- Help us achieve multi-channel content wins. Your experience will allow you to identify innovative ways to publish our content digitally and reach new audiences, while your enthusiasm will let you inspire our team of writers.
- Collaborate with the money helpline to identify emerging financial issues that can be addressed though magazine and digital content.
- Support the editor in the day-to-day running of print and digital content outputs. Organisation and attention to detail will be key in making sure the production cycle runs smoothly.
To do this role
- Similar experience, ideally within personal finance
- Excellent writing skills
- Experience of commissioning in-house and freelance writers
- Knowledge of InDesign and CMS systems
- Proven track record of digital success and producing multi-channel content
- Strong grasp of SEO principles and social channels
- Experience of commissioning or writing impactful investigations
To apply for this role, click 'Apply' and attach your CV and an example of some recently published work by Monday 14 January 2018.
We will shortlist with a view to interviews being held in the second half of January.
Unfortunately due to the high level of applications we receive, it is not always possible to feed back individually. If you haven't heard from us within 14 days after the closing date, please assume that you have been unsuccessful and we wish you the very best in your future career search.
At Which? we value diversity and we're committed to creating a versatile culture where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures and believe that a diverse workforce helps us to understand and effectively tackle consumer detriment.