[Job] Alzheimer’s Society vacancy, Reporter 3d/wk, ??13k, clos 6 Sep #scicomm jobs

This is a three day per week job with an actual salary of ??13,048.20 (ie not pro rata).

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Alzheimer’s Society

Location: Tower Hill, London
Closing Date: 06 Sep 2010
Salary: ??13,048.20 (actual)
Hours: 3 days a week

Alzheimer’s Society is the leading care and research charity for people with dementia and their carers. Our national members’ magazine, Living with dementia, is published monthly in print and online. It keeps members up to date with the work of the Society and provides much-needed support and advice to people affected by dementia.

The Marketing and Publishing team needs a part time reporter to assist the Editor with editorial content for the magazine and website. Specific responsibilities include sourcing stories and writing them to tight deadlines, commissioning photography and providing some administrative support.

The reporter will liaise with internal staff across England, Wales and Northern Ireland and need to be in regular contact with people with dementia and carers.

The successful applicant will ideally have passed the NCTJ [National Council for the Training of Journalists] preliminary exams, including 100wpm shorthand, and have at least one year’s experience in a journalistic role. Enthusiasm and an interest in dementia will be particularly welcome. 

For further information, please download the Information Pack and Application Form below (from the link above). 

No CVs or agencies please.

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