Senior Online Editor

Location: London, United Kingdom

Department: Risk.net

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

The Company

Incisive Media is an award winning information provider, serving a wide range of financial, business technology and professional services markets globally. An entrepreneurial and creative, digital-facing organisation on the cutting edge of media.

Risk and Risk.net  are  leading brands in financial information publishing in the world. Our content is focused on risk management in the markets for complex financial products, such as derivatives.

 

The Position

  • The Online Editor will have the key role of co-ordinating the flow of editorial content from our journalists to our website and to our news app.

 

The Candidate

  • Experienced editor.
  •  Worked with journalists to improve their output of high-quality financial information in a readable and accessible form. 
  • The role will involve liaison with our specialist editors and our digital technical staff, and therefore we are seeking someone who is used to working co-operatively as well as authoritatively.
  • Ideally have worked for an online publisher or wire service and must have extensive knowledge of the markets that we cover.

 

The Package

The role offers a highly competitive salary, bonus and comprehensive flexible benefits including a contributory pension scheme. 

 

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