Looking through pages and pages of journalism jobs or tying to gain some valuable journalism work experience? There are plenty of websites out there which can help make that search easier.
From LinkedIn to the BBC careers page there are lots of different ways to look for journalism jobs.
So here are some of the places we recommend for finding the journalism job that is right for you…
This first site is excellent for all kinds of journalism jobs ranging from work experience to full-time roles.
With its handy tags system you can filter exactly what type of jobs you want to see so no need to sift through loads of part-time jobs if that’s not what you’re looking for.
Jobs with some of the country’s biggest media organisations can be found there such as The Daily Mail and the BBC.
The site also offers helpful advice if you’re thinking of going freelance so it really does have something for everyone.
Have a look at all the jobs they have listed here: https://www.journoresources.org.uk/journalism-jobs-internships/
Read about our work with Journo Resources here: https://newsassociates.co.uk/news-associates-and-journo-resources-team-up-to-help-aspiring-journalists/
For the very latest jobs in all things media it’s tough to top Media Beans.
Posting the latest roles every day this website is great if you want to get your application in nice and early.
Plus there are jobs on the site from all parts of the country so whether it’s London or Glasgow, Media Beans will certainly have something you’re interested in.
Have a look at their latest jobs here: https://mediabeans.io/
This website is great for jobs across journalism with a whole load of different sectors covered.
Cision is arguably the best website of the lot if you want to filter exactly what type of journalism you want to get involved with.
The site is also great for other kinds of media jobs so it is definitely one to keep an eye on.
Check it out here: https://www.cisionjobs.co.uk/
We’ve already talked about the importance of LinkedIn and it is a great place to find a whole host of roles.
Their filter system means you can look for a job that exactly matches what you want. So whether it’s work experience in Manchester or a graduate scheme in London, LinkedIn will have a journalism job that you can do.
Their Easy Apply feature on certain jobs means that is as simple as a few clicks and your application is sent off.
Have a look at LinkedIn’s latest journalist jobs here: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/search/?keywords=journalist
News UK and Reach PLC
Sometimes the best thing to do is just go straight to the place you want to work.
If you would prefer to work at a regional paper then Reach has roles available at the likes of The Daily Record and The Liverpool Echo.
Check out News UK’s career page here: https://www.newscareers.co.uk/
Check out Reach’s jobs site here: https://jobs.reachplc.com/jobs
Which journalism jobs website works best for you? Let us know in the comments.