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Could you be our new website editor?

New member of our volunteer editorial team wanted

February 12, 2012
1 min read

Red Pepper’s website is becoming an increasingly important part of the way our magazine works. We’re now looking for a volunteer editor to be the driving force behind making it a real resource for the left. You would join our existing collective of five volunteer editors, but with specific responsibility for the website. If you have a thoughtful approach to left politics, some experience of writing, editing or journalism, a passion for changing the world and experience of organising to bring that about, we want to hear from you.

The position is one of real responsibility, with the opportunity to help shape the future of Red Pepper. We would like to particularly encourage women and those from ethnic minority backgrounds to apply. Closing date Monday 19 March.

To find out more, download the job description and person specification (pdf).


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