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Communications and editorial director

  • Salary: £34,500 – £40,000 (plus 7% pension contribution)
  • Duration: Permanent
  • Hours: Mon – Fri, 10am – 6pm

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The Fabian Society is seeking a new communications and editorial director to lead our communications, publication, digital and media strategy, manage editorial projects and edit our quarterly journal the Fabian Review. This is a hugely stimulating, broad-ranging role at the heart of British politics. The successful candidate will be expected to spot the best new political and policy ideas, edit our publications to the highest of standards, and lead a team with responsibility for every aspect of our communications, brand, print and digital publication and media activity. The post holder currently line manages a media and communications manager and an editorial assistant.

To Apply

Applicants should email to the address below a CV and a covering letter. The letter must set out: (1) how their skills and experience meet the person specification for the post; (2) why they want to work for the society and any other reasons for applying.

Your application should arrive no later than 9am on Wednesday 16 May 2018.

We plan to hold interviews in the week beginning Monday 21 May 2018. Please indicate any times you are not available for interview between these dates when you apply.

Please apply by email with the subject line ‘Recruitment:  Communications and editorial director’

To: recruitment@fabians.org.uk 

For more information, contact Phil Mutero on 020 7227 4903

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