Could you be Red Pepper’s next co-editor?

We’re seeking a co-editor to share commissioning with Hilary Wainwright and take overall responsibility for editing three issues per year. As well as excellent writing, editorial and commissioning skills and experience, a creative commitment to our politics is essential. A good knowledge of international and domestic politics, communication skills, an ability to work under pressure […]

January 10, 2009 · 1 min read

We’re seeking a co-editor to share commissioning with Hilary Wainwright and take overall responsibility for editing three issues per year. As well as excellent writing, editorial and commissioning skills and experience, a creative commitment to our politics is essential. A good knowledge of international and domestic politics, communication skills, an ability to work under pressure and to deadline are also important. As is a willingness to work mainly on a voluntary basis with expenses (Red Pepper is fund-raising to pay editors).

For more information/an informal discussion, call our office 0207 281 7024 or send your CV plus covering letter to fiona[at]redpepper.org.uk. Closing date for applications 27 February 2009



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