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Wanted: News and features journalist, Mortgage Solutions and Your Mortgage

  • 10/09/2014
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Published by AE3 Media, Mortgage Solutions is the market leading quality business-to-business mortgage title, delivering multi-media news-driven coverage and events for financial intermediaries and industry professionals.

Your Mortgage, available on the news stand, is also a leader in its field for consumer coverage of the mortgage market and host of the celebrated Your Mortgage awards.

The strengths of both titles lie in fast-paced editorial reactivity and creative digital and print coverage.

The Role

Working between the two titles, but predominantly for Mortgage Solutions, AE3 Media is looking for a driven reporter and features writer with strong digital technology skills to join its team in central London.

Reporting to the editor of Mortgage Solutions, the right candidate has at least 1-2 years’ journalism experience, excellent news-sense, and the flair, confidence and personality to build contacts quickly.

The role offers training in film and video hosting and welcomes journalists with solid social media skills ready to learn more and the initiative to lead editorial projects when the role demands.

The consumer and B2B role is offered at an exciting time for AE3 Media, a start-up company supported by years of sector experience and a raft of ambitious plans.

To apply please send a CV and brief covering letter to:

Victoria.Hartley@ae3media.co.uk, group editor, mortgages at AE3 Media.

 

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