Editor, Sports - Future Publishing Ltd - England
This job is located in Bath, England (map)
About The Role
We are looking for an Editor to be responsible for producing an innovative weekly iPad / tablet cycling magazine aimed at the international road cycling scene.
You'll work closely with the editorial teams of Cyclingnews and Procycling to efficiently use and repurpose existing content as well as writing headlines, captions and opinion pieces to give context to the news stories.
You'll already be working in an editorial position in newspapers, consumer magazines or online media. You'll be able to demonstrate excellent communications skills both written and verbally. A good working knowledge of cycle sport is essential, as is a proven ability to hit regular deadlines and work well under pressure, plus flexibility, creativity and adaptability.
What We Can Offer You
In addition to a competitive salary, generous holiday entitlement, comprehensive training programmes and additional benefits, you'll be working for one of the UK's leading sports and cycling publishers in a buoyant and growing sector, whilst being able to combine your passion for cycling within your work.
Future's sports portfolio continues to go from strength to strength. Online our BikeRadar network is bigger than ever following the launch of bikeradar.com and the acquisitions of cyclingnews.com and bikely.com in 2007. The network as a whole now attracts more than 1.3 million users per month. Together with our cycling magazines, Cycling Plus, Procycling, What Mountain Bike, Mountain Biking UK and the Official Tour de France Guide, we reach as many as two million cyclists a month, making us the world's leading cycling publisher.
How To Apply
Please upload your CV and covering letter online by clicking the "Apply" button below, focusing on why you are the right person for the job. You will also need to indicate what salary range you would ideally be looking for.
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