MailOnline, Freelance Travel Journalist
- London (Central), London (Greater) (GB)
- Competitive plus benefits
- Closing date
- 3 Jun 2023
- Job Type
- Full Time
- Nationals, Online, Travel / Tourism, Digital
- Digital Journalist
MailOnline, the world's largest English-language newspaper website with over 200 million monthly unique visitors globally, is looking for a talented journalist to join the London team on a freelance basis.
Suitable candidates will be experienced online reporters with an impressive track record of finding and breaking exclusive stories of national and global interest. They will be working on the travel desk, producing strong news articles as well as creative features.
Applicants must be able to deliver vibrant, clean copy to very tight deadlines and must be able to work self-sufficiently and generate their own stories for this office-based digital role.
Prior experience in online publishing is essential, as is an NCTJ qualification.
The above list is not exhaustive and constantly evolving, based on the needs of the business. Out of hours availability and a high level of adaptability are essential.
Staff benefits include 24/7 in-house gym, annual travel season ticket loans, company cab service, private healthcare, and many more.
Please apply by sending an up-to-date CV, a note about yourself and why you’d be perfect for the team.
Any applications received without a CV will not be considered.
Do you have the talent and energy to be part of our successful team?
MailOnline is the planet’s biggest and best loved English language news website, reaching over 225 million unique monthly visitors. MailOnline is seriously popular and we are proud to be number one.
With four editorial hubs in London, New York, Los Angeles and Sydney, it’s read all over the world offering a magnetic mix of news, entertainment, celebrity buzz, pop culture and female lifestyle as well as amazing images.
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