INS News Agency, Reporter
INS News Agency is looking for reporters to cover the biggest stories across the South East for the national Press.
If you want to cover court cases, crime scenes, inquests, investigations and doorknocks around one of the UK's biggest and wealthy patches, then this is the role for you.
INS is looking for reliable, agile, hard-working and tenacious reporters to go out each day and land the best scoops ahead of fierce competition. Successful reporters will be offered a unique chance to develop the skills and portfolio for the next level of their career.
The agency has been at the forefront of the biggest stories for the biggest newspapers. In recent months, this has included the Surrey train stabbing murder, Andover house explosion, the teenage international bomb hoaxer in Luton - and, of course, the notorious Ross From Friends thief.
We write for, and work on behalf of the UK's leading publications including the Mirror, the Times, Daily Mail, The Sun, Daily Telegraph, Metro and Express as well as their online counterparts.
You should have the NCTJ-diploma, 100wpm shorthand and a full clean driving licence.
If you want your name in the nation's biggest newspapers and long for a job that is exciting, fast-paced and crucially, one that isn't a 9-5, Monday to Friday clock-watching routine, please apply to Editor Neil Hyde by completing the application form below, or if you want to discuss the role, call the Newsdesk on 01189 440600.