The Times, Sub-Editing Training Programme - News, Sport & Features
We are looking for candidates to join our two-year training programme based in London.
Successful candidates will be able to demonstrate a passion for words and production journalism and will need a strong interest in current affairs, sport and culture.
You will be trained as a sub-editor across our print and digital platforms, learning how to produce polished, accurate copy and clear, succinct headlines in house style and to tight deadlines.
Applications close at 11:59pm on Sunday 5 May.
To apply you must have:
- The right to work in the UK and a degree (2:1 or above)
Please complete the application form below to upload one document, ideally a PDF, that contains:
- A cover letter that explains why you want to join The Times (max 500 words)
- Your CV
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